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Some Progress In The Fight Against Opioids In Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS  — An Indiana drug abuse commission has found that the state is making some progress in the fight against the opioid epidemic. The Indianapolis Business Journal reports that the Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse’s report

AG Curtis Hill Wants More Money For His Office

INDIANAPOLIS  — Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill wants lawmakers to increase his budget by about $5 million.   Hill has been criticized by some lawmakers for spending $300,000 on office renovations and a van with his name

Clinton Business Destroyed By Sunday Night Fire

CLINTON, Ind.  – A Sunday night fire has destroyed Valley Pro Construction at 440 North 9th Street in Clinton. No injuries were reported, and a cause has not been determined. The fire that may have started in

Sunday Fire Destroys Terre Haute Home

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A home in northwest Terre Haute was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. Fire crews were called out just after 7:30 to 4th Street and Elizabeth Avenue which is just off of Highway

Left Lane Law Results in Drug Arrests

PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind —Friday afternoon around 2:30, an Indiana State Police Trooper was working along Interstate 70 and noticed a vehicle traveling in the left lane eastbound near the 40 mile marker traveling 57 mph in a

Police Look For Suspect After Chase And Crash

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A police chase ended with a crash south of 1st and Poplar Streets. It all started a little after 2:00 Saturday morning when Vermillion County police tried to stop a driver for speeding.