LaPaz and Lakeville, Indiana; Friday; May 8, 2015

LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School Pond and Prairie Study Area.

LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School Pond and Prairie Study Area.


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Michiana Daily News Update

Today’s High 83 Low 65 Mostly cloudy this morning with thunderstorms developing this afternoon.

Subtropical Storm Ana first named storm of 2015 hurricane season

Additional Tornadoes, Flooding Feared for Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas

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Lt. Col. Christine Mau, 33rd Operations Group deputy commander, puts on her helmet before taking her first flight in the F-35A on Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., May 5, 2015. Mau, who previously flew F-15E Strike Eagles, made history as the first female F-35 pilot in the program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Marleah Robertson)Meet the First Female F-35 Fighter Jet Pilot

U.S. News

Barack Obama marks 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany’s defeat

Obama hits his 50th state: South Dakota

Justice Department Plans Investigation of Baltimore Police at Mayor’s Request

Here’s why a flyover in DC is a such a big deal

Teacher Appreciation Day 2015 Freebies: 12 Places To Get Free Food, Stores

Mom has cops arrest 10-year-old for disrespecting teacher, not doing homework

Video Shows White Officer Kicking Black Man in Face

Hillary Clinton Raises $3 Million In One-Day Trip to L.A.

WATCH LIVE: Jeb Bush delivers Liberty University commencement speech at 10

Man on mission to build tiny houses for Los Angeles homeless

San Francisco DA investigating 3K possible wrongful convictions in racist texting

Vermont Republican senator to face sexual assault charges

Anti-Muslim activist says she has no regrets about cartoon contest (+video)

Missing Detroit Man’s Niece Says Stranger Answered Door At His House

$7.5M bond for suspect in Cleveland quintuple homicide

Deaths – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Zeki Alasya, 72, Turkish actor and director, liver disease.

Jerome Cooper, 68, American jazz drummer, cancer.

Denise McCluggage, 88, American racing car driver and journalist.

Craig Gruber, 63, American rock musician (Rainbow, Bible Black, Raven Lord), prostate cancer.

WWII D-Day hero Walter Moss and teenage sweetheart die hours apart

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World News

Someone stole $1 billion from Moldova. That’s an eighth of its GDP

Norwegian, Philippine envoys among six killed in Pakistan helicopter crash

Motley Mix of Players Challenge Polish President in Election

Yemen conflict: Saudis warn border civilians to leave

Burundi president registers to run for third term as tensions simmer

Al Qaeda leader claims group behind Charlie Hebdo attack was killed by US drone

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NINTENDO - Mario and Luigi take the field at Sun Life Stadium before the face-off between Florida State and University of Miami on Nov. 15, 2014. The two video game icons were in town to show football fans Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and the forthcoming Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Nintendo of America is bringing these all-star brawling games to college campuses across the country this fall as a part of the College Tailgate Tour.(Photo By Jeff Daly/Invision for Nintendo/AP)Nintendo characters and games coming to Universal theme parks


The GOP attack on climate change science takes a big step forward

Progress spacecraft burns up in Earth’s atmosphere over Pacific Ocean

Russian spacecraft falls to Earth

Oregon science teacher arrested for teaching science

Mercury’s mysterious magnetic past goes back 4 billion years, study finds

On Saturn’s Moon Enceladus, Water Vapor Erupts In Giant Curtains: Study

Solar Flare 2015: NASA Captures Biggest Burst This Year, How Will Earth Be


American doctor declared free of Ebola finds the virus in his eye months later

Can’t sleep? 4-7-8 breathing technique claims to help you nod off in 60 SECONDS

Four things to keep in mind before, during and after your workout

Listeria found in Blue Bell ice cream plant in 2013

Being 25 and Dealing With a Mother Who’s a Stroke Victim


Is Facebook to blame for making us more polarized? No, we are. (+video)

Uber bids on Nokia’s map app

Every built-in Apple Watch app, ranked

Business & Finance

​Employment report: US added 223000 jobs in April

U.S. Stock Futures Rise After Jobs Report

Whole Foods wants millennials’ money, even if it has to charge less

Syngenta rejects Monsanto’s $45 billion takeover offer

Candy maker Mars backs labels for added sugar

From Passion To Profit: How To Make Money Doing What You Love

Don’t Sleep on Content Marketing

Nike says it will locate manufacturing in U.S. with an approved trade pact

Obama to Launch Pacific Trade Pact Defense at Nike Headquarters

ST PAUL, MN - MAY 7: Brad Richards #91 and Bryan Bickell #29 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrate a goal by teammate Patrick Kane #88 as Ryan Suter #20 and Ryan Suter #20 of the Minnesota Wild look on during the third period in Game Four of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 7, 2015 at Xcel Energy Center in St Paul, Minnesota. The Blackhawks defeated the Wild 4-3 to sweep the series. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)Blackhawks hold off Wild to finish sweep

NBA playoffs

Cavs’ Shumpert improves, status unknown

Wall uncertain with multiple fractures

Clippers’ Paul works out, status unclear

Stanley Cup playoffs

Canadiens rout Lightning to avoid sweep

Goal-starved Rangers on brink vs. Caps

Fan brought gun to Lightning game



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Arrieta, offense can’t get on track in defeat

White Sox quieted by Tigers’ Lobstein

Maddon: Cubs aren’t too far behind Cards

A-Rod hits 661st home run, passes Mays

Seattle arena gets OK to move forward

Belarus beats US for first time

Brady avoids specifics in discussing deflate-gate

Deflate-gate: Serious Cheating Or Just Cutting A Corner?

The legacy of cheater Tom Brady won’t be ruined by Deflategate

Mayweather calls off rematch, calls out Pacquiao

Mayweather-Pacquiao memes entertain more than the actual fight

UF hires Michael White as men’s hoops coach

Cowboys sign undrafted OL La’el Collins

Rory McIlroy: Jordan Spieth’s achievements spurring me on

Astros rally with 3 runs in 9th to beat Angels

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Outrageous sexism in Hollywood exposed in new blog

Kourtney Betrayed! Scott Disick’s Serial Cheating On Kourtney Kardashian

Mad Men: “Lost Horizon”

Mad Max: Fury Road: Mel Gibson will not return to the franchise as it would be

With ‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ director George Miller tops his action classic ‘The

ASAP Rocky ‘Everyday’ Feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel, Mark Ronson Drops At Red

Jimmy Kimmel won’t compete against David Letterman’s final show

Fans delighted as ABC renews ‘Scandal,’ ‘Agent Carter’ and more

Misc. News

Arkansas veterinarian operates on dog that ate 23 bullets

Police: Man pepper sprays himself during robber attempt

Austrian empress’s potty fetches thousands of euros

No offense to royals: Monkey in Japan keeps name Charlotte

Couple found guilty of having sex on Florida beach

Study: Millennials are having less sex than Baby Boomers, but are more tolerant

aaaWWII-era planesWorld War II-Era Planes to Perform Historic Flyover of National Mall


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