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It Will Soon Be Legal To Grow Hemp In Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS —  A bill legalizing hemp in the Hoosier state is on the way to Governor Eric Holcomb. Hemp, a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant, was long considered a “controlled substance” under federal law. That changed

Lawmakers Pass New State Budget

INDIANAPOLIS  — Indiana lawmakers approved a new state budget Wednesday as they wrapped up this year’s legislative session. The House and Senate party-line votes came as Republicans touted the spending plan as a responsible one that makes

Barricade Suspect Surrenders Peacefully

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A barricade situation on North 13th Street in Terre Haute has ended peacefully Wednesday afternoon. Police went to a home in the 800 Block of North 13th 1/2 Street to serve a felony

ISP Make Statement On Suspect Photo

DELPHI, Ind. — Indiana State Police have released a statement clarifying information about a newly-released sketch of a man suspected of killing two teenage girls in 2017. The statement Wednesday said that the sketch police released Monday

Police Look For Suspect In Theft Case

FARMERSBURG, Ind – Farmersburg Police are asking for your help in finding a suspect in a theft case. The theft happened on Tuesday (4/23) this week around 11:00 am. This individual is also wanted for aggressive driving

Indiana Traffic Fine Amnesty Bill Approved By Lawmakers

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents with suspended driver’s licenses or unpaid traffic fines will have the chance to have the fees they face cut in half. An estimated 185,000 drivers could be eligible for the penalty reductions. Legislators

You Can Dispose Of Old Meds This Weekend

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana officials say unused and unwanted prescription drugs can be safely disposed of Saturday at most State Police posts and other participating sites. People can conveniently and anonymously drop off any unused, expired or unwanted