Indiana State Police confirmed that remains found in Cedar Grove belong to Katelyn Markham.
Truzak: In the spirit of being fair-minded, I've watched the news analysis about Hillary and Kaine from CNN and MSNBC. On only a matter of minutes, the bias secretes through the TV screen like . . . well, I'll let you use your imagination. You can literally hear the commentators gushing with excitement and anticipation while discussing Hillary, and exuding genuine concern and apprehension about whether Kaine is the winning choice. But no worries. The drama is only allowed to linger for a moment before they reassure their audience that Hillary's search was exceedingly thorough, and she is such a serious candidate, she had to be certain that her VP could fill her shoes as P, should it become necessary. Rather than objective reporting, I repeatedly hear such bias as "What will this mean for US?", or "What can WE expect?" or "How will she put OUR minds at ease?" So much hope. Gone is the dispassionate references to Republicans and what THEY must accomplish during THEIR convention, and how it will be received outside THEIR convention hall in the rest of America. Republicans are a minority, after all, so who can predict how THEY will be perceived by the majority. The switch has been flipped, and rather than being attack dogs and doing fact-checking, the Pravda media are now happy cheerleaders, always giving Hillary the benefit of the doubt, breathlessly extolling the virtues of one or both of THEIR candidates. If any of these "professional" commentators and analysts were in my high school freshman journalism class, they would have all failed. Yet, despite the bias and predictable cheerleading, not to mention the outright propaganda, disinformation and malpractice, there is still great entertainment and laugh lines, such as when Kaine encouraged the audience to hang in there, saying "I know things are tough right now!" Really? So I'm not the only one feeling it. What a relief! But wait - can someone remind me who has been president for the last seven-and-a-half years? The next laugh line will be when Hillary tells her sycophant followers that she and Kaine are the outsiders who will bring the change necessary to improve their hopeless lives, and how Pravda will run with that fact throughout the entire convention. I wait in breathless anticipation for that whopper. So Hillary, here we are now, entertain us, 'cause you sure as heck can't govern worth a . . . well, I'll let you use your imagination to fill in the blank.