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Huntington Revving Up For Natures Fuel

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) – It's time to start pushing dirt on a new facility in Huntington that's slated to bring 160 jobs to the area.Full story

Cucumbers recalled in 9 states over salmonella fears

A North Carolina company is recalling thousands of cucumbers that could be contaminated with salmonella. Full story

Ancient ear bones make for unheard-of finding

What defines a mammal? Well, to some researchers it's a few tiny ear bones. Full story

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