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  CARMEL, Ind. - Officials at one of Indiana's largest high schools say sports locker rooms have been cleaned after two students were found to have the staph infection MRSA.

Central Indiana high school cleaning after skin infections

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:02 AM

  Speedy Challah Muffins Spirals

Speedy Challah Muffin Spirals

Updated: 9/1/2013 05:54 PM

  Limani Port of Greece now open in St. Charles; Niche's Allagash beer dinner pairs Maine brews with home-cooked delicacies; Prairie Grass celebrates mushroom month.

Dining events: Limani brings Greek delicacies to St. Charles

Updated: 9/3/2013 04:49 PM

  Dave Anderson, owner of Famous Dave's BBQ based in Plymouth, Minn. on Monday accepted the first-place trophy at the 25th annual Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off in Sparks, Nev.

Famous Dave's wins Best in West rib cook-off in Nevada

Updated: 9/3/2013 11:23 AM

  OAK FOREST - Bats are active this time of year, increasing the possibility of human exposure to the rabies virus.

Health officials: Avoid rabies by avoiding bats

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:13 AM

  MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin Assembly Republicans are scheduled to vote on a new majority leader to replace Scott Suder, who left office on Tuesday to take a job with Gov. Scott Walker's administration.

Kramer, Knudson vie for Wisconsin Assembly majority leader post

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:13 AM

  BELLEVILLE, Ill. - A suspect in the carjacking and killing of an 85-year-old grandmother has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder charges.

Suspect in killing of grandmother pleads guilty

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:13 AM

  LA CROSSE, Wis. - A Minnesota man was sentenced to life in prison without release Tuesday for the shooting deaths of a western Wisconsin photography store owner and his teenage son last fall.

Man gets life for killing father, son in La Crosse

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:13 AM

  MADISON, Wis. - The Wisconsin State Patrol is visiting high schools around the state to talk to teens and the dangers of texting and driving.

Wisconsin State Patrol tackles texting while driving

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:13 AM

  A U.S. judge based in Chicago is the new president of the Federal Magistrate Judges Association.Sidney I. Schenkier recently began his term and will serve for one year.

Chicago judge to head national association

Updated: 9/4/2013 07:13 AM

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