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Program Helps You To Quit Vaping

INDIANA  – The State of Indiana has announced a new partnership called “This Is Quitting” to help teens and young adults quit vaping. State leaders say they use a three-pronged approach that focuses on prevention, education, and

Indiana State Police Working To Reduce Human Trafficking

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind  – January is Human Trafficking Awareness month and the Indiana State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, along with our partners at the Illinois State Police, Michigan State Police, and Ohio State Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Division

Two Arrested For Theft In Vermillion County

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Vermillion County Deputies were called to the Clinton Walmart about two people who reportedly had attempted to steal over $1400.00 worth of merchandise but were unsuccessful. Wal-Mart employees shared that information with Tractor

Eva Education Day In Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Monday marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a Nazi concentration camp in Poland during the Holocaust. Among the survivors freed that day: Eva Kor. She went on to become an Indiana treasure.

ILEARN Likely Won’t Be Used To Judge Teachers

INDIANAPOLIS – It’s looking more likely Indiana will stop using ILEARN scores to judge teacher performance. The House voted unanimously last week to repeal a rule requiring ILEARN scores to be part of teacher evaluations. But until