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More Drownings This Year

INDIANAPOLIS  – Indiana authorities say people are drowning at a higher rate this year than last year. So far this year there have been a reported 34 drownings in public waterways this year which exceeds last year’s

Indiana Food Banks Receive State Funding

INDIANAPOLIS — Food banks around Indiana have some extra money to help Hoosiers that are hungry. Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch announced Wednesday a total of $300,000 in state funding was distributed to 11 Indiana food banks. Almost

County Computers Infected With Malware

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – Vigo County government computer systems were attacked by malware Tuesday morning. Vigo County Commissioner Brendan Kearns said that the attack came in the form of an email sent to an account in the

Mistrial Declared In Burglary Case

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A mistrial has been declared in the case of a Terre Haute man accused of burglary. Jason Cunningham is accused of breaking into a home earlier this year and faced charges of burglary,

Vermillion County Woman Arrested For Animal Cruelty

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Wednesday morning Vermillion County Deputies arrested 38-year-old Charlene Williams on four counts of animal cruelty. The warrant stemmed from an investigation that began last Thursday (7/18/19) when officers were called with a tip