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Indiana May Ban State Business With Huawei

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana may ban state and local governments from buying phones from two Chinese companies. A 2018 law bans federal agencies from using Huawei or Z-T-E phones because they give the companies access to all your

Legal Weed Is Big Business In Illinois

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The state of Illinois is making big money on the sale of recreational marijuana. Dispensaries across the state sold nearly $40 million in recreational pot last month. The Illinois Department of Revenue reports that

Making Sure Indiana Poultry Is Safe And Healthy

INDIANA – More than 400,000 chickens were killed in Indiana in 2016 because of the bird flu. On “Bird Health Awareness Week”, the United States Dept. of Agriculture, says you’re affected by bird diseases and they can

Vigo School Board Will Study Sex Education

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – At Monday night’s Vigo County School Board meeting, sex education was a main topic of discussion. While some parents see no problem with the current curriculum, others want a review and improvements. Monday

Person Killed In Weekend Accident On I-70 Identified

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Authorities have released the identity of the person killed in a weekend crash on I-70. The Vigo County Sheriff and Coroner’s Office has identified the person killed as 32-year-old Ashley Williams of Marshall,

Two Year Old Drowns, One Other Child Hospitalized

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Sunday afternoon around 2:00 p.m., Vigo County Deputies were called to a possible drowning on south Daniel Street in southeastern Vigo County. Deputies and Riley Fire Department personnel found that two children, ages

Convicted Killer Sentenced To 55 Years

TERRE HAUTE, Ind  – On Monday, Vigo Superior Court, Division 1, Judge John Roach sentenced Dylan Morgan to a fifty-five years in prison. The 22 year old Morgan was found guilty of murder and altering the scene

New Law Will Require Water Testing In Schools

INDIANAPOLIS – Your child’s school would have to test the water fountains for lead under a bill headed for the Senate floor. The House has already passed a nearly-identical bill to require lead testing. About two-thirds of