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Gov. Holcomb Signs Hate Crime Law

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind  – Indiana’s hate crime bill is now a hate crime law. Governor Holcomb signed the bill into law 22 hours after the Senate voted to pass it. The law gives judges the option of imposing

Marathon Gas Pipeline Leak East Of Brazil

CLAY COUNTY, Ind. — 300 barrels of gasoline were spilled from a Marathon pipeline in Clay County Tuesday. According to a Marathon spokesperson, the spill was discovered early Tuesday morning from the RIO Pipeline that runs from

There Is Still A Possibility Of A Cigarette Tax Hike

INDIANAPOLIS – Health activists are making a last-gasp effort to push a cigarette tax hike through the legislature: Legislative leaders have said there’s no enthusiasm for a cigarette tax hike, and the proposal hasn’t even gotten a

Coffee Pot Being Blamed For Tuesday Fire

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  – A faulty coffee pot is being blamed for a Tuesday morning fire on West Goshen Avenue in Northern Vigo County. New Goshen firefighters were called our around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Nobody was

Local Illinois Election Results

PARIS, Ill. – In the Illinois Consolidated Election yesterday, the mayor of Paris, was elected to another term. Incumbent Craig Smith defeated challenger Daniel Briseno with 68% of the vote. This will be Smith’s fifth term. In

Rose Hulman To Dedicate New Kremer Innovation Center Today

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A new engineering design and laboratory building – the Kremer Innovation Center – is providing opportunities for Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology students to enhance their hands-on, collaborative educational experiences. Fabrication equipment, 3D printers,