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A Vigo County jury on Monday handed a 16-year total sentence to a a Terre Haute man who pleaded guilty last fall to narcotics charges involving Xanax-laced candies consumed by local school children.

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Three world-class professional bicyclists are slated to transform sections of Griffin Bike Park to an elevated skill level destination; each will create unique challenge areas in the 300-acre park, about seven miles south of Terre Haute.


Indiana State University's Faculty Senate, working with the administration, has formed a committee that will analyze program costs and sustainability with an eye toward potentially shifting resources to areas of greater need.

The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement Friday, Saturday and Sunday, based on jail records. Charges are recommended by arresting officers but are not final until the Vigo County prosecutor reviews the case and files official charges.

Crews resumed searching the Ohio River for the bodies of two missing children, including a 6-year-old boy who police say died when his mother tried to abandon him at a park and drive away but he grabbed for a door and was dragged.

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More than 8,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the first two days of a vaccination clinic at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, state health officials announced Sunday.


A new executive order from President Joe Biden directs federal agencies to take a series of steps to promote voting access, a move that comes as congressional Democrats press for a sweeping voting and elections bill to counter efforts to restrict voting access.


Senior Noah Thomas helped Rose-Hulman usher in its first spring football season ever — delayed from the fall because of concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic — with a 52-6 HCAC victory over Defiance on a chilly Saturday in front of a limited crowd at Cook Stadium.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — An exhausted Senate narrowly approved a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill Saturday as President Joe Biden and his Democratic allies notched a victory they called crucial for hoisting the country out of the pandemic and economic doldrums.

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