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The Indiana Farm Bureau says farmers aren’t the only ones who will benefit from a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada.

The new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement would replace the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Among other things, it could give U.S. farmers better access to the Canadian dairy market in a year where Indiana farmers have been especially hard hit.


The Allen County Superior Court Judicial Nominating Commission has identified three potential candidates to replace retiring Civil Division Judge Stanley Levine.

Gov. Eric Holcomb will have to choose between Allen Superior Court Magistrate Jennifer DeGroote and attorneys George Sistevaris and Andrew Williams.

Levine announced his retirement, effective at the end of 2018, a few months ago. He joins Allen Superior Judge John Surbeck of the Criminal Division in departing the bench.



A federal judge says the Indiana Department of Correction can’t enforce a policy that stipulates inmates only receive mail on lined, white paper while a lawsuit challenging the rule makes its way through the courts.

The judge granted the preliminary injunction earlier this week.


  Embattled Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill says he’s pleased with the investigation into allegations that he groped four women earlier this year.

C-SPAN's Pedro Echevarria interviewed Hill live Thursday morning as part of the state capitals tour of the U.S.

Red River Waste Solutions

Fort Wayne’s troubled garbage collection and solid waste management provider Red River was again a focus of discussion during City Council’s meeting Tuesday night.