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Bicknell Police Officer Fired

BICKNELL, Ind. – The Bicknell Board of Works has voted to dismiss one of the Police Department’s officers. Indiana State Police said in March of 2018, troopers received information that Kevin Carroll may have shared information about

Family Says Wrong Body Is In Dillinger’s Grave

INDIANAPOLIS — Two relatives of infamous gangster John Dillinger say they have evidence that the man buried in Indianapolis’ Crown Hill Cemetery isn’t him. Mike Thompson and Carol Thompson Griffith, Dillinger’s niece and nephew, got permission from

Autopsy Shows Child Died Of Blunt Force Trauma

PARKE COUNTY, Ind – More details have been released in the investigation of a fatal crash that happened Monday on Mecca Road. Parke County Sheriff Justin Cole said Wednesday that an autopsy was conducted at the Marion

Counterfeit Money Found In Casey

CASEY, Ill – Police in Casey, Illinois are investigating over $9,500 of counterfeit $100 Bill’s. The fake money was found on the roadway on East Washington Street in the town. Police said in a Facebook post that

Nearly $5,000 Found In Bag Donated To Goodwill

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – An employee of a Goodwill store in Terre Haute found almost $5,000 in a donated travel bag. Wabash Valley Goodwill managed to locate the donor and returned the money. The donor gave Goodwill

Vigo County Parks Department Want Your Ideas

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – The Vigo County Parks and Recreation Department is asking for your ideas as they work to develop a comprehensive master plan. A meeting has been planed for Wednesday, August 7, 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. at

Making Money For College Go Farther

INDIANAPOLIS– Outside of tuition, discretionary college expenses can start to add up. Butler University teachers say parents and students need to have an open conversation about money before the child leaves home. The goal should be having