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5 things to know for Sunday in Indiana

Gusty, rainy weather expected for Sunday, a Michiana man who evaded police for 7 years was finally caught and three other stories to know for Sunday.
Posted on Nov. 16, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.

1. Strong winds, storms to linger over Michiana throughout Sunday

Sunday will likely be wet and windy, according to predictions by the National Weather Service.

About three-quarters of an inch of rain is expected to fall and gusts of wind could reach 50 mph. The NWS issued a wind advisory, effective until 10 p.m. Sunday.

2. St. Joseph County Man arrested after 7 years on the run

A 30-year-old man accused of several counts of child molestation was arrested Saturday after 7 years on the run, reports The Truth's news partner WNDU.

Indiana State Police and the U.S. Marshal Service found Terry Wayne Waugh, Jr., at a motel room in Steuben County.

3. Father of Carmel running back dies during semi-state game

The father of running back Shakir Paschell died during Carmel's football game against Penn, reports The Truth's news partner WNDU. The man suffered a medical incident and was pronounced dead at a hospital a short time later.

Paschell scored the final touchdown for the Greyhounds. They won 28-13 and will advance to the 6A State Finals.

4. Nix hits comedic stride as well as athletic one

Notre Dame's nose guard Louis Nix played a little prank on the media Saturday, highlighting the well-developed sense of humor reporters have come to expect over the past three years.

Notre Dame beat reporter Rachel Terlep also writes about Nix's latest prank and begs the question of whether Nix's hint about hanging around for a fifth year is another joke or a serious possibility.

5. Goshen working on hushing train whistles on 9th Street

Upgrades to railroad crossings on 9th Street could mean trains won't have to blast their whistles as they chug past.

Goshen is working on making 9th Street a "quiet zone" so that trains would only have to blow their whistles twice while passing through that section of the city.




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