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One Killed And Two Hurt In Jeffersonville Explosion

UPDATED   JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.—One person was killed and at least two were injured in an explosion that was likely caused by natural gas early Sunday morning in Jeffersonville. The explosion occurred on at a house on Assembly

How They Voted On The LGBTQ Discrimination Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Indiana’s Susan Brooks, is one of eight Republicans who voted in favor of the Equality Act, which bans discrimination against people based on their sexual orientation. The bill would have to pass the Senate and be

Search Warant Leads To The Arrest Of Two In Rockville

ROCKVILLE, Ind -Parke County Deputies and Rockville Police Officers served a search warrant at a residence in Rockville Thursday. Officers found pills and paraphernalia. Police arrested 33-year-old Richard West and 30-year-old Kayla Burks on charges of Possession

Tanoos Files With Indiana Court Of Appeals

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Lawyers for former Vigo County School Corporation Superintendent Dan Tanoos have filed appeal papers with the Indiana Court of Appeals. Tanoos and his attorneys want the court to dismiss three counts of bribery filed

Clay County Shelter Asking For Help

CLAY COUNTY, Ind.  – The Clay County Humane Society is in a tough sport after having to take in 19 animals in the last 48 hours. In some cases more than one animal is sharing a cage.

Indiana K-9 Program Graduates Seven Out-Of-State Teams

INDIANA  – A ceremony held Thursday on the south lawn of the Indiana Statehouse recognized the graduation of seven K-9 teams from the DNR Division of Law Enforcement’s K-9 Resource Protection Program. The seven graduating teams represented