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VETERINARIAN ABUSE ACCUSATIONS
INDIANAPOLIS — A state veterinary board has put a northern Indiana veterinarian’s license on probation for two years due to violations related to medications and surgical tools. The Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners, however, decided early Friday after a multi-day hearing that there wasn’t enough evidence to find Jennifer Perusek guilty of animal cruelty or fraud. SENT: 130 words.
— — INDIANA FISCAL CLOSEOUT: State officials say Indiana closed out the fiscal year that ended in June with about $1.8 billion in its savings account despite continued lackluster corporate income tax collections. UPCOMING: 130 words.
— PURDUE-DATA BREACH: Purdue University is tracking down more than 26,000 prospective students to alert them that their names, birthdays, and Social Security numbers were inadvertently sent to the parent of one student applicant. UPCOMING: 130 words.
— WABASH RIVER-BODY: Indiana authorities have identified a body found in the Wabash River as that of an Illinois man who drowned when he apparently tried to swim across the river earlier this week. UPCOMING: 130 words.
ATLANTA — The Atlanta Dream hosts the Indiana Fever in a WNBA game at McCamish Pavilion. UPCOMING: 150 words. Game starts at 7 p.m. EDT.
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