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City Of Sullivan Awarded $325,000 In Settlement

SULLIVAN, Ind.  – The City of Sullivan has been awarded $325,000 in a lawsuit against Floyd-Hunter Environmental, LLP. According to a post on their Facebook page. The post said Sullivan received several fines from the state for

Police Add Extra Patrols For Labor Day Holiday

TERRE HAUTE Ind. –  Indiana State Police will be increasing patrols starting today (8/30/19) and will be concentrating their enforcement efforts on impaired drivers, distracted drivers and for those drivers and passengers not buckled up. Last year during

New Features For Google Maps

NATIONWIDE – With the Labor Day travel rush about to get underway, Google is out with some new map features. Molly Vandenburg, a Google technology expert, says the updated Google Maps can help people with both Labor

Jasonville Police Chief Retires

JASONVILLE, Ind. – A Wabash Valley police chief has retired. Jasonville Police Chief Jim Gadberry said Thursday would be his last day with the department. Gadberry has been in law enforcement for 22-years, with another six serving

Indiana Is Paying More In Medicaid Costs

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s Medicaid enrollment is shrinking, yet costs are going up. Last fiscal year’s Medicaid enrollment was Indiana’s lowest in three years, yet spending was up 800-million dollars. That’s a seven-percent increase, and the state’s Medicaid

Police Name Suspect In Tuesday Police Chase

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. – The man sought by police after a Tuesday night pursuit in Sullivan County has been identified. The Farmersburg town marshal spotted the man, Dustin McKim of Sullivan County driving a truck. McKim was