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Lead poisoning-related case increase anticipated once reporting standards increase

In preparation for the new law, the Tippecanoe County Health Department requested a new state-funded position to address lead-poisoning cases.

 

Purdue looks to 'play free and play loose' at Big Ten baseball tournament

Purdue's offense has been a strength all season but the Boilermakers will need their pitching to step up during the Big Ten tournament

 

Purdue women's golf 12th at NCAA Championships, wrapping up coach Devon Brouse's career

Women's golf coach Devon Brouse's final team at Purdue finished 12th at the NCAA Championships in Scottsdale, Ariz.

 

Wabash's new distribution network opens door for growth

Greater portfolio offerings, more seamless digital systems and market-leading value prepositions are some of Wabash's greatest focuses.

 

McCutcheon students clean up Romney Meadows as service project

Students representing McCutcheon's football team, Students in Action and the Only Human Club came out as a way to help support their community.

 

How IU basketball's lineups may look with Trayce Jackson-Davis back and new blood arriving

Trayce Jackson-Davis' decision to withdraw from the NBA draft means all of IU's scholarships are filled for 2022-23. Here's how its lineups may look.

 

Despite Indiana governor's veto of banning transgender girls in school sports, it will be law

Indiana lawmakers overturned Gov. Eric Holcomb's veto of HB 1041 banning trans girls from playing school sports, meaning the ban will become law.

 

Coroner's office looking for family of Cecilia Davis

Tippecanoe County Coroner's Office is asking for help to find 63-year-old Cecilla Davis' next of kin.

 

'A broken system' leaves tens of thousands of adoptees without families, homes

For tens of thousands of children in the U.S., their 'forever family' doesn't last long. USA TODAY investigates: Why do adoptions fail?

 

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