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Three Local Schools Make Four-Star List

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announced today the 2017-2018 Four Star Schools. Created by IDOE, the Four Star Schools designation recognizes great schools in Indiana. “Receiving designation as a Four-Star School reflects academic excellence

I-70 Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrest

PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind – Thursday (3/9/19) afternoon just before 3:00 p.m., an Indiana State Trooper noticed a car driving slowly in the left lane of westbound Interstate 70 near the 44-mile marker.  The driver of the vehicle

AG Curtis Hill Makes It Easier To Report Clergy Abuse

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind –  Attorney General Curtis Hill says that his office is providing an online form enabling individuals to more easily report instances involving alleged abuse by clergy. The form may be found at the Attorney General’s homepage at www.in.gov/attorneygeneral/.

Child Hurt, But It Wasn’t Bullying

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – What at first appeared to be a case of possible bullying of a local middle school student is a little clearer. Jennifer and Branden Norman told News 10 that their 6th grade daughter,

One Injured In Vermillion County Crash

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – On Thursday (3/7/19) around Noon Vermillion County Deputies were called to a two-vehicle crash with minor injuries. Officers say that a car driven by 86-year-old Marlene Stevenson of Hillsdale failed to stop at

Terre Haute Man Sentenced For Arson

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A Terre Haute man was sentenced in court Thursday on arson charges. Last March 26-year-old Terrence Dockery admitted to setting fire to a towel in a residence at 17th and Eagle in Terre