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The number of fungal meningitis cases is on the rise across the nation and here in Indiana. State officials have now confirmed that eleven Indiana cases of fungal meningitis are linked to a tainted back pain medication. A total of 7 people have been killed in Maryland, Michigan, Tennessee and Virginia. No deaths have been reported here in Indiana. The rare fungal meningitis cases are linked to a steroid produced by a specialty pharmacy in Massachusetts.
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For the first time in his career, Indianapolis native Ed Carpenter will sit on the pole next Sunday for the start of the Indianapolis 500. He‘ll be joined on the front row next Sunday by rookie Carlos Munoz and Marco Andretti. EJ Viso, rookie AJ Allmendinger and Will Power will start in row two. Last [...]20.05.13
Ball State University junior Allison Jacob was crowned the 2013 500 Festival Queen Saturday. Purdue sophomore Bailey Farrer of Royal Center and IUPUI senior Marlie Mathis of Greenwood were selected as Court Princesses. Jacob received a 25-hundred dollar scholarship to apply toward her education. She will also wear a jeweled crown in all of her [...]20.05.13
A Muncie mother and son have filed suit against local basketball legend Bonzi Wells. They say allege, two years ago, he kicked in the front door of their northeastside home, threatened them and later battered the man. The lawsuit was filed by attorney Trent A. McCain, a former legal associate of the late Johnnie Cochran, [...]