SOUTHERN INDIANA – $8,729,600.
The success of legalized sports betting in Indiana has surpassed the expectations of casino owners and legislators in its first two months and provided gaming officials with optimism that a new revenue stream will prove to be a boon for the state’s casinos and local governments alike.
A Vigo County judge Thursday set a pretrial date for suspended Terre Haute firefighter Rodger Plunkett, who faces five charges of child molestation.
A new federal online reporting form is available for people to report imposter scam calls, but Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger cautions residents about the importance of not becoming a victim in the first place.
Fall Creek Township Trustee Fred Gaskill is working with the towns of Pendleton and Ingalls in an effort to consolidate fire protection services amid declining tax revenues.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Dozens of current and former Jeffersonville Red Devil baseball players gathered at Don Poole Field on Thursday to mark the beginning of the facility's transformation.
A federal judge late last night blocked four scheduled federal executions, two of which were set for early December at the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute.
Wearing her crown and Miss Indiana sash, Miss Indiana Tiarra Taylor was principal for a day at Sugar Grove Elementary. After a little girl finally got her picture with Miss Indiana, Taylor asked her, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" The little girl responded, "You."
There were more than 50 nominees, which were then narrowed to the 12 recipients for the fifth annual 12 Under 40 awards, sponsored by the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce and the Tribune-Star.
Brookville — “Do you Know What Your Kids Know?,” a discussion about addiction trends sponsored by Purdue Extension, Stayin’ Alive and the Franklin County Community School Corp., was Nov. 11 at Franklin County Middle School, Brookville.
Anderson and Madison County's economy has recovered from the last recession, according to an economics professor at Ball State University.
Clayton Whitson, a former member of the Madison County Council, will be named the new CEO of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, board chair Kris Zinszer confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
The Gilead House is scrambling to raise $130,000 in the next two months to pay for a new sprinkler system in order to comply with state code and allow the nonprofit to continue operating as a women’s shelter and recovery center.
The Vigo County School Corp. was well-represented at the Red for Ed rally on Tuesday at the Statehouse, with teachers joining others from across the state in carrying signs, marching around the capitol building and chanting in support of public education.
An advocate for the American Lung Association said Vigo County may be the first entirely smoke-free casino in Indiana due to strong smoke-free workplace laws in both Vigo County and Terre Haute.
Many in Terre Haute are mourning Guille Cox, whom they described as not only a brilliant man and calming presence, but a visionary who could see needed outcomes and help people and institutions reach them. Cox died Monday evening at the age of 73.
This Week's Circulars
ELKHART [mdash] Harold L. Weaver, 94, of Elkhart, died Friday, Nov. 15, at Hubbard Hill Estates. Arrangements are pending with Hartzler-Gutermuth-Inman Funeral Home.
- Millersburg man killed in three-vehicle crash
- Goshen Hospital surgical patients potentially exposed to infectious diseases
- Amish Acres closing at year's end
- Nappanee farming incident claims two children's lives
- POLICE NEWS: Charges filed nearly a year after horse euthanized
- Community 'sad,' 'shocked' by Amish Acres closing
- Machete-wielding woman in mask robs Shipshewana hotel
- Ceremonial ribbon cut for The O; opening date not set yet
- POLICE NEWS: Drivers cited on different counts after crash injured four
- Names released of boys struck, killed in Nappanee farm incident