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Financial Markets Are Volatile, Experts Day Don’t Panic

INDIANAPOLIS–You shouldn’t panic and start selling your stocks just because of the market volatility created by the reaction to coronavirus, says retirement expert Bill Demaree, known in Indianapolis “Your Retirement Guy”. He says the best advice is

Notre Dame Shifts Classes To “On-Line”

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame is the latest university in Indiana to cancel classes because of the coronavirus. The university in South Bend announced in a series of tweets Wednesday that beginning March 23, and through

Four More Positive For COVID-19 In Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Four more people in Indiana have tested positive for COVID-19, the Indiana State Dept. of Health said Wednesday. Three people in Johnson County and one person in Howard County tested positive for the virus, ISDH

More Charges Filed Against Man Shot By Police

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Indiana State Police say that more charges have been filed against a Terre Haute man shot by city police. 37-year-old Jeremy R. Ross was shot Friday, March 6, during a traffic stop. Terre

Vigo County Schools Make Plans “Just In Case”

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Vigo County school officials are making plans “just in case” the coronavirus would cause a school cancelation. In a release Wednesday, the corporation said that their attitude is “Prepare, don’t panic.” Yesterday administrators

Indiana Sets Another Record For On-Line Betting

LAS VEGAS — The Super Bowl helped Indiana’s retail and online sportsbooks post a February that saw another monthly record. And with March Madness ahead and new online casinos launching, Indiana is positioned to weather the launch

Terre Haute College Student Accused Of Rape

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A college student from Mitchell, Ind. is accused of rape on a Terre Haute campus. 20-year-old Terry Wayne Slone III allegedly raped a woman at the Sigma Nu fraternity house at Rose-Hulman Institute

Legislators Debate CBD Regulation

INDIANA – When the Indiana legislature debated making CBD consumption and sale legal in Indiana, one of their main concerns was that the level of THC in the oil, the psychoactive element in hemp, was so low

Indiana State On Campus Classes Will Continue

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Indiana State University issued a statement Tuesday that said for now classes on the Terre Haute campus will continue. In a press release the school said that they are working hard to prepare