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Tariff Effects On Indiana

WASHINGTON, D.C.–If you work in agriculture, or in any of the businesses that export goods from Indiana to China, you could see some negative impact from the new 25 percent tariff on Chinese imports. That’s because Indiana

One Killed In Fiery Crash On I-69

DAVIES COUNTY, Ind – Indiana State Police from the Jasper District were called to a single vehicle fatal crash on I-69 near the 68 mile-marker Wednesday evening. Troopers say that 43 year old Heather Niemeier, of Evansville

ACLU Says Too Many Are In Indiana Jail

INDIANA – The Indiana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union wants to lower the number of people in jail. According to a new report from the ACLU, Indiana’s imprisonment rate grew 18 percent between 2000 and

Rollover Crash On I-70

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Traffic was tied up on I-70 before 11 a.m. when an east bound semi-truck went off the highway and landed on its side at the 10-mile marker. Indiana State Police Public Information Officer

Kor And Several Others To Be Honored As Living Legends

INDIANAPOLIS—The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) has announced that Angela Ahrendts, Dan and Beth Elsener, Eva Kor, and Peyton Manning are being recognized as its 2019 Indiana Living Legends. This year’s class of Living Legends will be honored

Brazil Woman Released From Jail, Told To Get A Job

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A Brazil, Indiana woman who is accused of setting off fireworks inside of a Terre Haute apartment has been released on her own recognizance. Elizabeth Moore is charged with arson and criminal recklessness.