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  • Ivanson, Alyssa; Bormann, Colleen; Wolfram, Andrea; Thomas, Joe; Decker, Amanda
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  • Authorities in New Castle, Indiana are investigating the deaths of four kittens in a garage fire in New Castle, Indiana.; Authorities in Muncie, Indiana are investigating whether a house fire that destroyed a porch in Muncie, Indiana was an act of arson.; The Muncie Hope House in Muncie, Indiana will be able to remain open, thanks to a wave of last-minute donations. MHH works with recovering drug and alcohol addicts.; The Muncie Public Library... more
    Authorities in New Castle, Indiana are investigating the deaths of four kittens in a garage fire in New Castle, Indiana.; Authorities in Muncie, Indiana are investigating whether a house fire that destroyed a porch in Muncie, Indiana was an act of arson.; The Muncie Hope House in Muncie, Indiana will be able to remain open, thanks to a wave of last-minute donations. MHH works with recovering drug and alcohol addicts.; The Muncie Public Library's John F. Kennedy Library branch may be moving from its current location on McGalliard Road to a new location on North Wheeling Avenue. MPL has received an offer to purchase the Kennedy Library's current location from a real estate company. MPL has been planning to renovate the Kennedy Library for years.; Weather.; A McDonald's restaurant has re-opened in Newcastle, Indiana after undergoing a high-tech redesign. The restaurant now includes wireless internet access, updated computer systems, a fireplace, and new playground equipment.; Charlie's Coffee Shop in Richmond, Indiana has erected a toy train display to celebrate the 2005 holiday season. The trains are an annual tradition at Charlie's Coffee Shop. less
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  • Digital video; Color images
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