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Vermillion Leaders Talk About County Jail Problems

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. – Vermillion County continues to look for answers to address jail overcrowding. The problem is not currently serious, but leaders want to get ahead of the problem before it does become serious. Sheriff Mike

Slight Delay In SR 59 Project

CLAY COUNTY, Ind.  – A slight delay in a road project in Clay County. State Road 59 just north of Brazil closed in early July and it was supposed to reopen on Monday but INDOT officials say

ISU President Says Employees Will Receive Raise

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Indiana State University President Deborah Curtis has announced that most employees will receive a pay increase and they will not have any health insurance premium increases next year. Effective Jan. 1, employees will

New Leader Named For Indiana National Guard

INDIANAPOLIS — A new leader has been named for the Indiana National Guard, a month after his predecessor resigned under pressure following claims that he retaliated against a staffer for reporting his alleged affair with a subordinate.

THPD K9 Pitts Receives New Protective Vest

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Terre Haute Police Department’s K9 Pitts has received a donation of body new body armor. The vest is bullet and stab protective and is made possible thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit

Identity Of Victim In Fatal Fire Released

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – More information has been released in an overnight fatal fire. Firefighters were called out around 12:30 a.m. to a home at 2945 Fort Harrison Road. Investigators say that 76-year-old Vernon Matlock was smoking