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Indiana Unemployment Rate Continues To Go Down

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s unemployment rate continues to drop to 3.2 percent for September and remains lower than the national rate of 3.5 percent. The last time Indiana’s unemployment rate was lower than 3.2 percent was December 2000. Indiana’s labor force had a net decrease of 2,722 over the

Tanoos Appeal Continues

VIGO COUNTY , Ind – The appeal of former Vigo County School Superintendent Dan Tanoos continues. His defense attorneys have filed their final brief before the Indiana Court of Appeals in their mid-case challenge of bribery charges.

Local Attorney Takes Job With Trump Campaign

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Local Terre Haute Attorney Jim Bopp Jr. has accepted a position with the Trump campaign. Bopp Jr. will act as “special counsel for strategic and campaign finance law advice.” The first note of

ISU Student Faces Sexual Battery Charges

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – A Marion man is being held in the Vigo County Jail on a felony charger of sexual battery. Indiana State University Student 21 year old Marcus Smith appeared in court Friday and was

THPD To Be Featured On A&E’s “Live PD”

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — The rumors have been confirmed. The Terre Haute Police Department will, indeed, be featured on the A&E hit show “Live PD.” The Terre Haute Board of Public Works approved a contract between the

Three Arrested After Wednesday Crash At Mini-Mart

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – The Vigo County Sheriff’s Department has released more information about a Wednesday evening crash at a local mini-mart. Police they were called about a driver leaving the scene of a crash. They caught

Problems With Your Verizon Service? You’re Not Alone

WABASH VALLEY – Some Verizon wireless customers had issues making calls and sending texts on Thursday morning. A major outage affected Indiana and the Midwest. The outages started around 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday. Verizon is working to