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Motorists Encouraged To Share The Road With Farmers

INDIANAPOLIS – With temperatures on the rise, more farmers will be out in their fields, which means slow-moving farm equipment will soon be on Indiana roadways. To keep motorists and farmers safe this planting season, several state agencies

Drug Take Back Day This Weekend

INDIANA – On Saturday, April 28th, 2018 the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is sponsoring the 15th nationwide “Prescription Drug Take Back” initiative.  The “Take Back” initiative seeks to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft through proper disposal of prescription drugs.

DCS Over Budget

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Child Services has gone over budget by $284 million with two months left in this fiscal year. State Budget Director Jason Dudich says the Family and Social Services Administration and Medicaid

School Protest Causes Concern

SULLIVAN, Ind. – A protest at a Sullivan County School causes a disruption according to school officials. News 10 reports that there was a small protest was organized at Sullivan High School on Wednesday staged by those

INDOT Plans Road Work In Spencer

SPENCER, Ind.—The Indiana Department of Transportation is planning excavation operations at the State Road 46-U.S. Highway 231/S.R. 67 on the east side of Spencer to start on Friday (APRIL 27).  Beginning at 4 a.m., traffic at the Fletcher-Morgan Street

Brazil Police Investigate Weekend Shooting

BRAZIL, Ind. – Brazil police are investigating a shooting that happened early Sunday morning. Officers say that the owner of a home on North Ashley Street said that 36-year-old Raymond Morris kicked in the front door of

Semi Collieds With INDOT Truck In Vermillion County

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Tuesday morning around 8:30 Indiana State Police and the Vermillion County Deputies were called to a tractor-trailer versus INDOT vehicle crash in the northbound lanes of State Road 63 at the Interstate 74