We're only a month out from Election Day and there are some major concerns that some absentee ballots may not be counted.It's not a problem that many absentee voters would notice; a small box in the corner signed by election officials.But, those signatures are missing on hundreds of already mailed ballots and there is concern about the problem being fixed in time.
In a news release, the White House confirmed Tuesday that President Barack Obama's visit to the Tri-State later this week intends to highlight the progress made on economic recovery. Part of the trip will include a stop to Millennium Steel, a highly profitable and successful minority-owned company in Princeton, Ind. Local economic leaders said even though the President is stopping at just one business, the President's potential message could speak highly of the entire region's economy.
A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday.
Brad Byrd sits down with his former colleague Shelley Kirk, who is a co-chair for this year's Race for the Cure, to discuss this year's race and her own battle with breast cancer.
On Thursday, September 25, the Indiana Section of the American Water Works Association will host the Annual Water for People benefit concert.
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