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21 Years In Prison For Robbing Disabled Man

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A Terre Haute man was sentenced to 21 years in prison Friday after pleading guilty in a violent assault on a disabled man. 42 year old Jon Marshall pleaded guilty last week to

ISU Board Of Trustees Approves Higher Tuition

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The Indiana State University Board of Trustees approved a new tuition and fees schedule and operating budgets at its meeting Friday.   Tuition for an in-state full-time undergraduate student will increase 1.65 percent

Election Law Changes Could Greatly Slow Results

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – Changes  in Indiana election law could greatly slow down results. News 10 is reporting that Vigo County Clerk Brad Newman said that two initials must now be on every ballot. One Republican and

CASA Needs Volunteers

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – There is a need for CASA volunteers in Vigo County. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates. Volunteers look out for and represent the interests of children. As of Friday, CASA says the

Penske To Receive Presidential Medal Of Freedom

INDIANAPOLIS–The Presidential Medal of Freedom is one of the nation’s highest civilian awards. President Trump announced Thursday he will grant that honor to Indycar team owner Roger Penske. It honors civilians who have made “an especially meritorious