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The New Hampshire Union Leader, a conservative-leaning newspaper, has endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden for president, despite its century-long history of backing Republicans. In backing Biden, the newspaper endorsed its first Democratic candidate in over 100 years.
We're in the thick of it now. Nebraska moves forward quickly after its 52-17 loss Saturday at Ohio State.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are threatening to sue The Lincoln Project over billboards the organization erected in New York City's Times Square. CNN's Brianna Keilar and Alexandra Field report.
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- Daily arrest log - Oct. 22
- R. Kelly's attorneys allege federal prison officials 'allowed' beating by Hammond gang member
- Daily arrest log - Oct. 19
- Three Indiana cities ranked among nation’s best for small-town living
- Ho. Co. one of only eight counties to receive 'blue' COVID-19 score
- A list of Trump’s successes
- Cadillac smashes through Dolton home's brick wall
- Martino's Italian villa for sale: Kokomo staple serves Kokomo for nearly six decades
- Kokomo Internal Medicine Practice Joins Community Physician Network
- ‘This is going to be a long haul': Local taverns close for the winter
- Kokomo-Con draws comic fans in for 11th year
- Three things to watch when Green Bay Packers face Houston Texans
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- October Coupons 2020
- 100 colleges whose grads go on to earn the most
- Get ready for Badgers season with a position-by-position breakdown of Wisconsin's roster
- Gallery: Recent arrests booked into Porter County Jail
Central Indiana homes are a little safer after 1,557 pounds of medication were collected at Community Health Network drug take-back events.
Indoor service will be banned at bars and restaurants in suburban Cook County, beginning at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- At a time when college students and campuses struggle to cope with impact from the coronavirus pandemic, a prominent higher education researcher finds fraternity and sorority members benefit from significantly more engagement than non-members, according to the North American Interfraternity Conference. The study also shows greater gains in learning and more satisfaction with their college experiences.
Public Health Madison and Dane County said 57 COVID-19 cases are identified as being associated with UW football. The dates of those positive tests range from early June when UW allowed student-athletes back on campus to Monday, with 15 new cases reported in the past 40 days.