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Casino Bill Passes Senate, Now Moves To House

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two bills that would allow a casino to locate in Terre Hate have passed the Indiana Senate. On Tuesday, Senate Bills 66 and 552 were passed. The bills not go to the House where

Tanoos Hearing Postponed Until March

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – A court hearing that was set for today for former Vigo County School Superintendent Dan Tanoos has been postponed. The judge in the case has set a new hearing date for March 27

Citizens Group Gets Answers To Questions About Jail

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – A member of Citizens for Better Government gave county commissioners a list of questions last week and on Tuesday, the commissioners gave written answers to those questions. Those questions deal with the process

Sullivan County Man Arrested After Domestic Dispute

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. – A domestic dispute in Sullivan County ended without injury Tuesday afternoon. It started Tuesday morning at a home just east of Hymera on 8277 East 750 North. Authorities say that 29-year-old Joey Lee

DePauw To Cut Over 70 Positions

GREENCASTLE, Ind.  — DePauw University is cutting 56 full-time administrative positions and 17 part-time jobs as part of a restructuring for the Greencastle liberal arts school. Officials say that no faculty or academic programs are being eliminated. Board

No Injuries In Tuesday Afternoon House Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Terre Haute firefighters were called out Tuesday afternoon around 2 p.m. at 1532 Locust Street. A cause has not yet been released. No injuries were reported.     photo courtesy Terre Haute Fire

Parke County Load Restrictions Lifted For Now

PARKE COUNTY, Ind – Parke County Commissioners say that “Effective immediately, we are lifting the load limit restrictions on county roads”. Commissioners did says that: 1. Roads are still very rough and precautions must be taken. 2. After next

Purdue Moves To Block Some Streaming On Campus

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.  — Purdue University is moving to block Netflix and other popular streaming services in classrooms. The move the school says is an attempt to focus on academics while reducing the university’s broadband usage. The