Four children in and around Madison County were tortured to death by their loved ones before they died. Three boys and a girl – all toddlers – were bruised, battered and bloodied in the hours, days and sometimes months before their tiny bodies would fail them.
A month after being hired by the Anderson Police Department, a former Alexandria school resource police officer was placed on paid administrative leave while the Indiana State Police investigated allegations of child molestation.
As the Vigo County School Corp. looks at continued enrollment loss, with some schools at just 50 percent capacity, both redistricting and school closings are options that are on the table, Superintendent Rob Haworth said Tuesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A future demographic study, facility study and referendum may clear the way for three new school buildings for Greater Clark County Schools.
Indiana University Kokomo unveiled a special historical marker at the Seiberling Mansion Monday, in honor of Indiana University’s bicentennial and IU Kokomo’s 75th anniversary.
After providing an hour-long glimpse into a pioneering career in serial homicide investigation, author and retired FBI agent John Douglas had some simple advice Monday night for the nearly capacity crowd at Tilson Auditorium, many of them Indiana State students.
A local legislator and an area business are supporting state legislation that would allow trucks to specifically carry heavier loads of masonry products on Indiana highways.
The Vigo County School Corp. coordinator of safety and security, Travis Chesshir, is reaching out to area state legislators to try and get tougher legislation aimed at students who bring fake or toy guns into schools.
GEORGETOWN — Despite placing two officers on leave last week, the Georgetown Town Council reaffirmed its stance that it does not intend to eliminate the Georgetown Police Department at Monday's crowded council meeting.
The Anderson Civilian Review Board has delayed for at least one month a decision on making a recommendation on a complaint filed against Police Chief Tony Watters.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The River Ridge Development Authority gave final approval on Monday to the transfer of 106 acres at the commerce center to the city of Charlestown.
A motorist not only stopped her car to confront a man who was beating a woman holding a small child, she told the woman to get in her car while she called 911, police said.
No criminal charges will be filed in a Vigo County case involving possible alteration of a public document in a Terre Haute City Council primary race.
This Week's Circulars
SHIPSHEWANA [mdash] Wilbur R. Lambright, 88, Shipshewana, died at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, at his residence. He was born Feb. 20, 1931, in LaGrange County, to Edward J. and Polly (Slabach) Lambright. On Dec. 11, 1952, in LaGrange County, he married Wilma Carolyn Lehman; she survives. S…
VALPARAISO [mdash] Della "Gerry" Rodman, 83, Valparaiso, died Friday, Sept. 13. She is survived by her brother, James (late Jacqueline) Rodman; nephew, James (Pamela) Rodman Jr.; niece, Kristin Rodman; great-nephew, Nathaniel Baker; and great-nieces, Emily Rodman and Amy Rodman. Gerry is als…
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