• Creator
  • Bavender, Chris; Rankin, Randy; Kinley, Jennifer; Champlain, Stephanie
  • Description
  • Seven cars from a Norfolk Southern Corporation train derailed in Muncie, Indiana. No one was injured.; A new law will require that all restaurants in the state of Indiana have at least one employee certified in food handling. The law will take effect on January 1, 2005.; The boil-order for the Town of Hagerstown, Indiana has been lifted. All four of their water mains that broke on December 22, 2004 have now been repaired, and their water suppl... more
    Seven cars from a Norfolk Southern Corporation train derailed in Muncie, Indiana. No one was injured.; A new law will require that all restaurants in the state of Indiana have at least one employee certified in food handling. The law will take effect on January 1, 2005.; The boil-order for the Town of Hagerstown, Indiana has been lifted. All four of their water mains that broke on December 22, 2004 have now been repaired, and their water supply has been deemed to be uncontaminated.; Five women in Richmond, Indiana have created the Mothers' Bank, an organization offering interest-free loans to working single mothers from the area.; The Better Business Bureau of Central Indiana advises residents not to conduct business with Beneficial Health Group, a credit card company that has earned the BBBCI's lowest possible ratings.; Weather.; A local boy is one of two winners of an essay contest sponsored by Republican Richard Lugar, Senator from Indiana, and the Indiana Farm Bureau. His prize will be an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. less
  • Format
  • Digital video; Color images