A northern Indiana city has jettisoned more than 100 obsolete ordinances, including a restriction that made it illegal to spit on the sidewalk.
The expansion will double the number of veterans it can treat from about 3,000 to about 6,000.
Some worry what a Ringling Bros. finale means for the future of the circus, but the circus is very much alive in Indiana.
The report claims several veterans had their painkiller prescriptions curtailed without an in-person consultation.
A more than 100-year-old coal-fired power plant in Peru is set to be razed after the city-run facility was permanently decommissioned last year.
Residents of Peru are fighting against the Department of Natural Resources, which is ordering them to pay thousands of dollars for dam repairs.
Dams in the Hidden Hills subdivision in Peru are falling apart, and residents disagree with the Department of Natural Resources over who should maintain them.
A group of residents just north of Peru is scrambling to come up with thousands of dollars for dam maintenance and repair.