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Committee Examines Bee Keeping And City Chickens

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A Terre Haute City Council committee held a meeting Thursday evening to discuss changes to animal care rules. The goal is to update rules regarding outdoor pets and even beekeeping. The committee has

Indiana DNR Encourage “Spring Aboard” Boater Education

INDIANA – Indiana Conservation Officers are again partnering with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) to encourage boaters to “Spring Aboard” and enroll in a boater education course. Working in partnership with states, online

Storms Leave Thousands Across The State Without Power

INDIANAPOLIS — Storms packing high winds, hail and possible tornadoes have swept across Indiana Thursday, leaving thousands of power customers without service. The National Weather Service issued several tornado warnings, mostly in southern Indiana, but none were

ISU Fundraising ‘Give to Blue Day’ Sets Record

Terre Haute, Ind – Indiana State University Sycamores were called upon to support and donate to the school during its inaugural Give to Blue Day on Wednesday.   Nearly 1,700 donors from Terre Haute to Australia, contributed

Portions Of Indiana Abortion Law Unconstitutional

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal appeals court has ruled portions of a 2016 Indiana abortion law are not unconstitutionally vague and has reversed an injunction blocking them. The 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 Thursday that

New Illinois Tobacco Law On Pritzker’s Desk

SPRINGFIELD, Ill.  — A prohibition on tobacco sales to those under 21 is now on Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s desk. The sponsor is Democratic Sen. Julie Morrison of Deerfield. Her idea is to prevent teenagers from picking