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Police Look For Vandals Who Knocked Over Tombstones

MARTINSVILLE, Ill. – Officials in Martinsville, Illinois are looking for those responsible for knocking over 31 tombstones in the city cemetery on Sunday. The stones were either snapped in half or pushed off their bases. Local officials

Deputies Look For Inmate Released By Mistake

VIGO COUNTY, Ind –  Today (Tuesday 9/17//19)  the Vigo County Sheriff’s Department reported that on September 5th an inmate of the Vigo County Jail was released without a court order  by mistake. Vigo County Jail personnel discovered the

Toy Gun Near School Causes “Lockout”

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A Terre Haute elementary school was placed on lockout for a short time Tuesday morning. There was a report of a suspicious person in an alley near the rear Franklin Elementary School around

Sec Of Education Says ILEARN Waiver Likley

INDIANAPOLIS – The Secretary of Education says Indiana’s request for a mulligan on this year’s ILEARN results shouldn’t face any federal roadblocks. Governor Holcomb and state school superintendent Jennifer McCormick have said it wouldn’t be fair to

State Road 234 Closing Monday For Repairs In Cayuga

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces State Road 234 will close in Cayuga at 7 a.m. on Monday, September 23 for repairs to the railroad crossing located in town. The roadway is scheduled

General Mills Recalls Some Gold Medal Flour

INDIANA – General Mills has issued a voluntary recall for certain five-pound bags of its Gold Medal Unbleached All-Purpose Flour because of possible E. coli contamination. The flour has a best-by date of Sept. 6, 2020. General Mills

Special Prosecutor Will Not File Charges In Election Case

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Special prosecutor, Ann Smith-Mishler says that no criminal charges will be filed in connection to the election case of Tess Brooks-Stevens. Smith-Mishler said, “Upon review of the documentation received from the Indiana State