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Federal court officials are starting early to fill an anticipated vacancy in one of the bankruptcy judge positions for the Southern District of Indiana. The successful applicant will fill a position open in October 2014 when Chief Judge James K.
Bomb wave kills 45 in Iraq A string of attacks across Iraq, including a coordinated wave of evening bombings in Baghdad, killed at least 45 people Monday as al-Qaida claimed responsibility for a recent spate of rare suicide attacks in the relatively
A federal grand jury has indicted a Mount Vernon, Ind., woman for operating a multistate methamphetamine operation from her home...District Court at Evansville, Dawn Davis, 44, was the organizer and leader of a conspiracy to manufacture and
43 a.m. , updated August 21, 2013 at 9:43 a.m. Federal law enforcement officials have arrested Evansville resident Floyd M...Attorney's Office confirmed that Thompson is postmaster of the U.S...Officers arrested Thompson at the post office in
The parents of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer have asked a federal judge to allow their lawsuit to go forward against three young men who were with their daughter in the hours before she disappeared. The parents of missing Indiana
A local postal worker accused of stealing from personal mail processed in Evansville will face a criminal charge, federal officials said Wednesday...Gauer has been charged with theft of mail by a postal employee, according to a federal criminal
A federal grand jury has indicted an Evansville man on charges stemming from the March robberies of a convenience store and a pharmacy...Nalley, 39, faces two charges of obstruction of commerce by robbery...Attorney Todd Shellenbarger, who is
Indiana is known as an "export state" where it is easy to illegally obtain firearms, Joseph Hogsett, U.S. District Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, said Thursday. That is especially troubling given Indiana's status as an "import state"
FoxNews.com An atheist organization claims Indiana's marriage statute is unconstitutional because it doesn't allow nonbelievers to be married by their own leaders, but state officials say the group is divorced from reality. The New York-based Center
Five Evansville men and one from Princeton, Ind., are among 10 defendants arrested this weekend for conspiracy to import large quantities of marijuana from Mexico to Southwestern Indiana and other parts of the U.S...Attorney for the Southern District