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More Than 1,800 Sycamores Participate In Commencement

TERRE HAUTE, Ind –  More than 1,800 students crossed the commencement stage Saturday and became graduates of Indiana State University. Of the 2,404 students who were eligible, 1,397 undergraduate and 462 graduate students signed up to participate

Terre Haute Police Find Murdered Mans Car

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – Terre Haute Police have found the missing vehicle belonging to homicide victim Robert Olson. Olson was found dead in a home on 18th street last Friday. It is believed that he was shot

Terre Haute Man Sentenced For Robbery

TERRE HAUTE, Ind –  A Terre Haute man was sentenced in court for a July 2016 armed robbery in West Terre Haute. 29-year-old David Bell was sentenced to nine years in prison and 11 years for being

EpiPen Shortage

INDIANAPOLIS – EpiPens deliver a shot of epinephrine to someone having an allergic reaction and can save the life of someone with severe allergies. There is a nationwide shortage of EpiPens, EpiPen Juniors and several other kinds

Request For Garnishment Filed Against Shahadey

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – An application for garnishment has been filed in U.S. District Court against former Deputy Sheriff and Vigo County School Corporation employee Frank Shahadey. He admitted to felony charges of wire fraud and theft

Opposition To DNR Recommended Hunting Changes

INDIANAPOLIS – An Indiana Department of Natural Resources official has recommended adjusting two proposals regarding bobcats, raccoons, opossums and coyotes that have been met with fierce opposition.   One proposal would create a bobcat hunting season, while

Lawmakers Begin One Day Special Session

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers are back at the Statehouse today for a one day special session. The goal is to take action on a handful of bills that died in March when Republicans brought the year’s regular