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Penske To Receive Presidential Medal Of Freedom

INDIANAPOLIS–The Presidential Medal of Freedom is one of the nation’s highest civilian awards. President Trump announced Thursday he will grant that honor to Indycar team owner Roger Penske. It honors civilians who have made “an especially meritorious

Indiana Unemployment Holds Steady For May

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s unemployment rate remains at 3.6 percent for May, and the national rate also stands at 3.6 percent. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number

Are You Insured For Damage From Fireworks?

INDIANAPOLIS – As Independence Day celebrations kick off in a couple weeks, the use of fireworks will likely increase. The Indiana Department of Insurance is warning Hoosier homeowners and renters that accidental damage caused by fireworks that

Two From Brazil Face Charges Of Child Neglect

CLAY COUNTY, Ind – Two people from Clay County are facing felony charges of neglect of a dependent after two infants suffered multiple injuries. A year-long investigation by Indiana State Police revealed that the two children suffered

Accused Child Molester Makes Court Appearance

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A Terre Haute man appeared in court Thursday on a charge of rape, 16 counts of sexual misconduct with a minor, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. 41-year-old Michael Courtland South allegedly sexually abused

Clark County Home Destroyed By Thursday Night Fire

CLARK COUNTY, Ind. – A Clark County home was destroyed by fire Thursday night. Crews from the Marshall Fire Department and the Martinsville Fire Department were called to 1554 East National Road in Marshall. Fire fighters found

Survey Asks For Your Opinion On Trains

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Most people in Terre Haute have an opinion about trains and many are not good. The Federal Railroad Administration wants to hear from you about the problems you encounter at the tracks. There