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Long Time Sheriffs’ Lieutenant Passes Away

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – The Vigo County Sheriff’s Department announced Monday the unexpected passing of retired Lieutenant Ron Chickadaunce. Died early Sunday morning in Regional hospital where he was recovering from injuries sustained in a fall earlier

Suspect In Weekend Shooting Identified

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Indiana State Police continue to investigate the deaths of Terre Haute Police Officer Rob Pitts and the homicide suspect. Officers Pitts and the suspect who has now been identified as 21-year-old Christopher Wolfe

Parke County Man Arrested On Meth Charges

PARKE COUNTY, Ind – Sunday afternoon around 2 p.m. Parke County Police were called to Mecca on a domestic violence case. Officers arrested Nicholas Lee Tarvin for Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Paraphernalia. Tarvin is held

Parke County Man Accused Of Stealing Firearms

PARKE COUNTY, Ind –  Parke County Deputies have arrested a Rosedale man for allegedly stealing several fire arms. Back on May 1st deputies took a burglary report on Lambert Ave. west of U.S. 41. This past Saturday

Health Officials Warn That Tick Season Is Here

INDIANAPOLIS –  Indiana health officials are urging people to take precautions against tick bites now that warmer weather has arrived. The small, blood-sucking creatures can transmit several diseases that cause fever and flu-like symptoms. The Indiana State

Trump’s Indiana Rally Will Move To Larger Venue

ELKHART, Ind.  – An expected large crowd means that President Donald Trump will be going to a larger venue than first planned for his northern Indiana campaign rally.  It happens just two days after voters decide the

Casket Found At Construction Site

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – More human remains were found at the construction site for the Riverfront Lofts which is the former ICON building on First Street in Terre Haute. Construction crews uncovered an entire intact coffin that

Conviction Upheld

TERRE HAUTE Ind. – A Terre Haute man convicted of murder and sentenced to 90 years in prison will stay in jail. The Court of Appeals decided to uphold the conviction and sentence Friday. Phillip Evans was