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Project To Renovate Old YMCA Moving Forward

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A project to turn the old YMCA downtown into an apartment complex is moving forward with a few changes. On Wednesday the Wisconsin-based Commonwealth Companies received approval from the Terre Haute Board of

Bethesda Gardens And State Come To Agreement

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – According to online court records, The State of Indiana and Bethesda Gardens have come to an agreement. Due to that consent decree, a court hearing set for tomorrow will not happen. The state

Clinton K9 Ivan To Receive New Protective Vest

CLINTON, Ind – The Clinton City Police Department’s K9 Ivan will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from the non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Ivan’s vest is sponsored by

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