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How Safe Is Your Vote

INDIANA — “Is my vote safe?” Many Hoosiers are asking this question as he get closer to both local elections in cities and towns across as the state as well as the presidential election coming up next

Nearly 70,000 Gamers Attended GenCon

INDIANAPOLIS – GenCon has left town till next summer, after setting some records along the way. Nearly 70-thousand gamers attended the four-day game convention, the equivalent of the entire population of Lafayette passing through the convention center.

Offenders Help To Clean Parke County Roadways

ROCKVILLE, Ind – Motorists traveling the highways of Parke County, from early April to the end of July may have noticed bags of trash and debris neatly placed at regular intervals along the sides of the roadways.

No Injuries Reported In Early Morning Cayuga Crash

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Vermillion County Deputies were called to a single vehicle crash around 6:30 a.m. this morning on S.R. 234 in Cayuga. Officers say that 27-year-old Luke Shafer of Westville, Illinois lost control of his

Arson Suspect In Saturday Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — The Terre Haute Fire Department was called out Saturday to a fire at an abandoned house at the corner of North 4th Street and 6th Street. No injuries were reported. Arson is suspected. 

INDOT To Begin Chip And Seal Work On US 36 This Week

PARKE AND PUTNAM COUNTIES – The Indiana Department of Transportation says that chip seal preservation is scheduled to begin on or after Monday, August 5, weather permitting. Work is scheduled to begin on U.S. 36 between Rockville

ISP Trooper Honored At National Conference

ORLANDO, Fla – From July 29th – August 1st 2019, the Motor Vehicle Criminal Interdiction (MVCI) association in conjunction with the federal Drug Interdiction Assistance Program (DIAP) hosted its 29th annual conference in Orlando, Florida. This national networking and intelligence