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A Different Way To Pay For Higher Education

INDIANAPOLIS – With presidential candidates debating different versions of free college tuition, some schools are addressing student loan debt a different way. “Income share agreements” apply the old employment-agency model to higher education. You don’t owe tuition

Would You Like To Be A State Trooper? Here’s Your Chance

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for the 80th Recruit Academy.  Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as an Indiana State Trooper must apply online at http://www.in.gov/isp/2368.htm.  This website will provide

Two Arrested After Passing Unmarked State Police Car

PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind – Sunday afternoon (10/27/19) 1:00 p.m., Indiana State Police stopped 21-year-old Spencer S. King, of Plainfield, for driving 71-mph in a 55-mph zone when he passed a trooper in an unmarked patrol car. Police

Robinson Business Will Stay Open

ROBINSON, Ill. – It now looks like a Robinson, Illinois business will not close but will stay open. It looked like Tempco Production Company would be closing by the end of he year. Employees had said that

USS Indianapolis Now Officially Part Of The Navy Fleet

BURNS HARBOR, Ind.–The U.S. Navy commissioned its new USS Indianapolis combat vessel at a northwestern Indiana port on Saturday. (You can watch the ceremony by clicking the link below:)   It’s the fourth military vessel carrying the

No Injuries In Saturday Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – No injuries were reported in a Saturday evening fire near 25th and Hulman Streets. It started around 7:00 p.m. Firefighters said the fire started in the basement and there was heavy smoke, but