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Illinois Joins Lawsuit Over SNAP Benefits

CHICAGO – On Thursday Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul confirmed that the state had joined a multi-state lawsuit over proposed Trump administration rules on food stamps that could cause hundreds of thousands of Americans to lose benefits.

Indiana Unemployment Stays The Same For December

INDIANAPOLIS, – Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.2 percent for December and remains lower than the national rate of 3.5 percent. The monthly unemployment rate is a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicator that reflects the number of unemployed people

Linton Man Convicted Of Murder

  LINTON, Ind. – A jury has convicted a Linton man has been convicted of murder and four other charges. Linton police arrested Andrew Damron for the murder of Scott White. White was stabbed to death in

State Rep Wants To Eliminate Plate Stickers

INDIANAPOLIS – One Indiana law maker wants to eliminate those stickers on your license plate that shows that you paid your yearly fee. Representative Doug Gutwein (R-Francesville), says the state spends over $6 million a year to

Dugger Schools Close Due To Illness

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. – Dugger Union Community Schools are closed until next week. The reason is due to illness. The junior and senior high schools along with the elementary school are all in the same building. On Monday

Gov Holcomb Signs Off On Spending Plan

INDIANAPOLIS — On Wednesday Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed off on a plan for spending $291 million in unexpected state tax revenue on college campus construction projects. Republicans in the state legislature denied Democratic attempts to direct

Homicide Investigation Continues In Greencastle

GREENCASTLE, Ind – Police in Greencastle are continuing their investigation into a suspicious death. Officers were called to 107 East Berry Street around 11:00 p.m. Tuesday night. Police are treating the death of 44 year old Melissa

Bill To Put Cameras In Work Zones Moves Forward

INDIANAPOLIS—There could soon be cameras in some work zones across Indiana to catch drivers going too fast. On Tuesday, a state Senate committee passed a bill that would do just that. Drivers’ penalties would arrive at their