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New Class Of Troopers Graduate From Academy

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Thursday the 78th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy completed their graduation ceremony in the Indiana State Capitol Rotunda. After the commencement address the oath of office for the 54 new state police officers was

City Council Says NO To Rezoning For Jail

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – After a nearly four hour meeting the Terre Haute City Council voted to deny a request from Vigo County Commissioners to rezone the old International Paper property to make way for a new

Threat At Terre Haute South Not Credible

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  – A threat against Terre Haute South High School was unfounded according to school officials. Vigo County School Superintendent Rob Haworth said that there was a safety concern that was generated from heightened awareness

Terre Haute To Receive Over $13 Million For New Overpass

GARY, Ind. – Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb, Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Joe McGuinness, railroad industry leaders and local officials gathered Thursday in Gary to announce the awarding of more than $121 million in one-time, state matching funds

One Dead And One Hurt In Hunting Accident

DAVIESS COUNTY, Ind. – One person is dead, and another is hurt after they got caught in an oil well in Daviess County. Police say that 40-year-old Mervin Dale Knepp and 18-year-old Joseph Wagler were coyote hunting

Jasper Mayor Steps Down To Take Job With Sen Braun

JASPER, Ind – Jasper, Indiana Mayor Terry Seitz announced his resignation Thursday morning so that he can accept a senior staff position with U.S. Senator-elect Mike Braun. Seitz was elected to his current term in November 2011.

Troopers Receive Blankets From Rockville Organization

PARKE COUNTY, Ind — The Indiana State Police Putnamville Post received a generous donation from a local church group. The Rockville Christian Church’s “Women In Service Group” donated blankets to the Putnamville State Police Post to be