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WASHINGTON, D.C. — DeMotte businessman Tim Belstra, of Belstra Milling Co., represented the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) at the historic signing Jan. 15 of the U.S.-China trade agreement in the White House.

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RENSSELAER — Citing the discovery of additional information during a three-year investigation by the Jasper County Prosecutor’s Office and the Rensselaer Police Department, Judy Moore, 72, formerly of Rensselaer, will again face a charge of murder of her stepmother.

REMINGTON — The Remington Police Department's John Schuezrenhofer presented Officer Mike Powell with an Award of Merit to an officer who he says continues to exhibit outstanding service to the public.

RENSSELAER — The Indiana State Bar Association and Null Volunteer Lawyers, Inc., will provide a free “Talk to a Lawyer” event on Monday, Jan. 20 at the Jasper County Community Services building in Rensselaer.

Boeing said Tuesday it now projects the 737 Max won't get Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) clearance to fly until mid-year, about three months further out than previously expected. "We are currently estimating that the ungrounding of the 737 Max will begin during mid-2020," Boeing said in a statement, after it informed the FAA and airlines Tuesday morning. "We acknowledge and regret the ...

BEIJING - The U.S. and China haven't set a timetable for the next phase of their trade negotiations, according to an official directly involved in the talks. The focus for now is on implementing the phase one deal, Ning Jizhe said Tuesday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Ning is the deputy head of China's top economic planner, the National Development and Reform ...

It took the Federal Bureau of Investigation about two months to unlock the Apple iPhone 11 that was seized from Lev Parnas, the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani. The Justice Department on Tuesday rebuffed allegations by a lawyer for Parnas that the government had delayed turning over the information extracted from his phone to "frustrate" his ability to comply with requests for the data ...

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Two years after the U.S. Supreme Court removed legal barriers to sports betting, California voters could be asked in November to join 14 other states in allowing legal wagers on athletic contests, creating a lucrative industry worth billions of dollars and intense competition among rival gambling interests in the state. On Tuesday, a coalition of 18 Native American tribes ...