Thursday, December 18, 2014

Breathe easy shirt

South Bend Uniform Company has sold thousands of shirts printed with the slogan “Breathe easy, don’t break the law.” The slogan mimics the “I can’t breathe” mantra of those protesting Eric Garner’s death.

Emily Pfund

Posted at 8:21 a.m.
Winter snow 2014

Indiana has created a free mobile app that provides users with county travel status updates and alerts directly to their phones.

Posted at 7:04 a.m.
Beacon of Light award

In a new column, Marshall King looks back a big change one day in 2000.

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Here’s what you missed on the Truth Radio 1340 Early Edition on Thursday, Dec. 18.

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