CLARKSVILLE — River Heritage Conservancy’s plans for Origin Park will mean big changes for Clarksville, and the town is working to adapt its vision to align with plans for the sprawling park.
This week is the third anniversary of the day Deputy Jacob Pickett was killed in the line of duty. Through 2020, those accused of the murder have been sentenced, but the loss still affects Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen. Whenever a law enforcement officer is lost across the nation, Nielsen writes a personal note on special stationary depicting Pickett’s funeral to the family and leaders of the department.
Nearly one year after the first COVID-19 case was identified in Indiana, more than one-third of the state’s population qualifies for the COVID-19 vaccine.
A 31-year-old Kokomo woman faces a charge of reckless homicide after investigators say she was high on methamphetamine before her 4-month-old baby was found dead in a Miami County residence.
The Indiana Department of Transportation will be transitioning from merging early to merging late with more widespread use of zipper merges in work zones this construction season.
Four days after her brother was charged with child molesting, Evelyn Thimothus closed her day care facility, where the incidents are alleged to have happened.
A former Rosedale trucking company owner will be the coach and his family the owner of the Terre Haute Sharp Shooters, one of four teams in the new semi-professional Hoosier Hardwood Basketball Association.
As she waited to pick up her daughter Tuesday afternoon, Cherie Strange said she's glad Vigo County School Corp. middle school students are attending classes in person four days a week. "I think it's time," said Strange, who waited in a parking lot for her daughter, a student at Woodrow Wilson.
INDIANA — A former Silver Creek High School teacher has lost his teaching license after an investigation into allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior with students. Some of the incidents were reported to have happened nine or more years ago.
NEW ALBANY — A request to use the New Albany Riverfront Amphitheater for a May concert was rejected Tuesday, as city officials said they’re still determining how to proceed with allowing public facilities to be used for large events.
A bill clearing the path for renewables in Indiana at the request of the businesses community has split both major parties and pitted local counties against the bill’s erosion of “home rule.”
Indiana State University will serve as official host of the Indiana Convention Center practice site for all 68 teams in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament, according to an ISU news release.
Indiana State University is gaining some welcome, but unexpected attention, compliments of an internationally-known South Korean band member wearing a sweatshirt with the ISU seal. Never mind the sweatshirt says "Indianana" State University.
Monday marked the launching of Rumi Gifting, a Terre Haute-based gift boxing company. "We specialize in curated, customized and corporate gifting. We are focusing on the meaningful and thoughtfulness of gifting," said Alex Allen, co-owner.
Elwood's city council voted to pay members of the Elwood Police Department $200 each if they take the COVID-19 vaccine.
The two weeks in the middle of February either tested your patience with the weather and/or your winter contingency plan! I think I had personally gotten a bit too used to milder winter weather over the past few years and was more concerned about mud control and saturated soils than wintery monstrosities that started reminding me a bit of the winter of ’78. In reality, it wasn’t that bad, but the mixture of snow and ice in layers and extremely cold temperatures certainly tested your preparations.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Recent rainfall caused flooding and road closures in Southern Indiana over the weekend, and this week, flooding from the Ohio River is expected in the area.
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