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Carlisle Woman Convicted Of Dealing Drugs

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind –  A Carlisle woman faces up to 12 years in prison after being convicted of drug dealing. 49 year old Amanda Schmidtz was convicted on October 31 in Sullivan Superior Court and the jury

First Flu Death Of Season Reported

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind  — Indiana health officials say the state has recorded its first influenza-related death of the 2018-19 season. Flu season typically runs from October through May. State Health Commissioner Kris Box said Friday, “We don’t typically

Suspect In Shooting Found And Arrested

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Vigo County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to 3742 E. Beulah Ave in North Terre Haute Wednesday on the report of a woman who had been shot. Police say that at this time they

Jail Zoning Big Topic At Council Meeting

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – At last night’s Terre Haute City Council meeting the council discussed and tabled a resolution concerning rezoning of the former International Paper property for a new county jail and sheriff’s department office. Councilman

One Person Killed In Halloween Night Crash

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. –  Terre Haute Police continue to investigate a fatal crash that happened around 9:30 Halloween night near 3rd and Franklin Streets. Police say a vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed on

Police Ask For Help In Finding Robbery Suspects

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Terre Haute Police continue to search for two men who robbed a local mini-mart. Last Friday morning (10/26/18) around 2 a.m. police say that two black males walked into the Phillips 66 mini-mart

Grant Money To Help Address Critical Workforce Issues

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind –The Indiana Department of Workforce Development awarded the Western Indiana Workforce Investment Board Inc. a $59,396 performance grant to help address critical workforce issues in the region. It plans to use the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity

Salvation Army Needs Bell Ringers

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Salvation Army in Terre Haute is getting ready for its annual bell ringing campaign. November 16th through December 24th, volunteers will be out ringing bells and collecting your donations. Your money will