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Small Indiana Wineries Ask For Rule Change

INDIANAPOLIS  — Small wineries in Indiana want to change the rules in how they sell their products.   The Indianapolis Business Journal reports that those wineries are lobbying lawmakers for access to a permit that would allow

Many Saved From Puppy Mill Find New Homes

LOOGOOTEE, Ind. – Dogs rescued from a Martin County puppy mill are finding new homes. Several dozen animals were rescued from a puppy mill a few weeks ago. Many of them were taken to the Martin County

Vermillion County Crash Results In Minor Injuries

CLINTON, Ind – Just before 7 a.m. Thursday (2/21/2019) morning, Vermillion County Deputies were called to a two vehicle accident at the intersection of State Road 63 and State Road 163. Deputies say that an SUV driven

New Baby Giraffe At The Indianapolis Zoo

INDIANAPOLIS —In the late evening hours of Feb. 11, the Zoo welcomed the birth of a reticulated giraffe, the first female for the Zoo since 2000. Named Makena (ma-kay-nah), which means “happy one” or “abundance” in Swahili,

Casino Legislation Continues To Make Progress

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.  –  Legislation that would allow a casino to be built in Terre Haute is making its way through the state house. Senate Bill 552 passed two Senate Committees unanimously and will now move on to

College Goal Sunday This Weekend

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at 39 sites in Indiana to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday. The event is set for 2

THPD To Provide Facebook Local Alerts

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. The Terre Haute Police Department is partnering with Facebook to provide a new feature called “Local Alerts”.  Local alerts enable the THPD to provide the community with time-sensitive, essential information. The posts will be