When Becky and Brad Gregory contacted a vendor to request transcripts for their daughter, Ann, so she could spend her senior year at Muncie Central High School with her friends, they were told they couldn’t be released because it was Indiana Virtual School that paid them.
Joshua James Steele said Monday that he's sorry for taking Jalynn Harman’s life and that he'll have to live with the memory of that night for the rest of his life.
GOSHEN — A third suspect is jailed for his alleged role in a burglary that cleaned out a local landlord to the tune of reportedly close to half-a-million dollars.
NAPPANNEE — Husband and wife, Brent and Ashley Reed, both fourth-generation farmers, have enjoyed farming together for the past seven years on their 120-acre farm near Nappanee.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville man who was sentenced to 120 years in prison in April for 20 counts of child molestation has filed an appeal to his sentence.
LIGONIER — A LaGrange man is jailed on accusations he was intoxicated when he severely injured a former West Noble High School coach in a hit-and-run crash Friday.
One of the things I am always looking to do as a history teacher is to sprinkle in as much current events content as I can. As I wrote a few weeks ago, we are all in the same River of History as every person who came before us and all who will come after us.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jury selection has begun in the five-year-old case of a man accused of stabbing, mutilating and consuming organs of his ex-girlfriend in 2014.
GREENTOWN - Last month, law enforcement officers responded to a house in Greentown, in which a man fired off 10 rounds inside the residence after hallucinating that someone had broken into his home.
In the span of three defensive snaps Saturday night, Kemoko Turay flashed all of the skills that make the Indianapolis Colts so excited about his potential.
Though he comes from an esteemed local family that include his grandfather’s brother, James Warner, founder of the annual Thanksgiving dinner, Bradley Warner got himself into a little legal trouble as a teenager when he got caught stealing from his employer.
This Week's Circulars
Stephanie Ann Kimball, 59, of Terre Haute, formerly of Paris, Illinois, died August 17, 2019, at her residence. Visitation 4 to 6 p.m. CDT Thursday at Templeton Funeral Home, Paris. Memorials to Heart to Heart Hospice or charity of your choice.
- Man convicted of killing WTH teen dies in prison
- Sandy Hook mother to visit Sullivan High
- ISU students, parents have mixed emotions on move-in day
- Vigo County Jail Log: Aug. 14, 2019
- After 5-year absence, choir returns to West Vigo High School
- Health ed facility at ISU finishes $64M upgrade
- Vigo County Jail Log: Aug. 18, 2019
- Patriots release QB Danny Etling
- Vigo County Jail Log: Aug. 16, 2019
- Vigo County Jail Log: Aug. 15, 2019