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Crime Still Doesn’t Pay

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A Vigo County man is facing charges after police say he led them on a chase Monday morning around 11:00 a.m. Terre Haute Police tried to stop 38-year-old Donald Murray for disregarding a

Former Vigo School Official Released From Prison

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A former Vigo County School Corporation employee is out of prison. Investigators say Franklin Fennell and Frank Shahadey stole thousands of dollars through contracts involving the Vigo County School Corporation. According to online

Gas Prices Are Back Up, Why?

INDIANA – If you’ve spent any time at the gas pump over the last week or two, you’ve probably noticed that gas prices have increased. A lot of that has to do with OPEC and the coronavirus.

Poll Hours Will Not Change

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s earliest-in-the-nation poll closing time will stay that way. Indiana and Kentucky are the only states to close the polls at six o’clock. A Senate committee rejected Democrats’ proposal to add two hours of voting

Criminal Code Proposal Dies In Legislature

INDIANAPOLIS – A proposal to slow down changes to Indiana’s criminal code is dead for the year. Indianapolis Senator Mike Young’s bill would have required any new crimes or any sentencing changes to be reviewed by a

Purdue Freezes Tuition, For The 9th Time

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Tuition is staying put for a ninth year in a row at Purdue. President Mitch Daniels announcing over the weekend he and university leaders will not be raising tuition again. That means students

Ground Breaking For New Clinton Fire House

CLINTON, Ind. – Ground was broken Sunday on a new fire house for Clinton firefighters. Groundwork is already underway on the new plot off of 3rd and Mulberry. The entire project will cost a little more than $1