If you’re purchasing counterfeit items, Lynch says you could put yourself at risk.
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City council and the mayor met Tuesday night to discuss general questions and concerns about the proposed budget for 2017.
A Colorado man, Chuck Corry, is tired of his Trump signs being damaged and stolen.
Gov. Mike Pence said Sunday that he and Donald Trump will abide by the “will of American people” on Election Day.
Hazell’s firing comes one day after the Boilermakers lost 49-35 to Iowa on Homecoming.
Trinity Gay died at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, the coroner’s office for Fayette County said in a statement.
Over the years, Ivy Tech’s event has raised more than $70,000 for scholarships.
Indiana State Police have responded after being accused of voter suppression.
This is the first ASI Acceptance Walk in Western Indiana.
Lately, things are different. Walk inside the dog kennel buildings and you’ll notice the silence and empty cages.
It’s the site of the former International Paper Company that closed down in 2007.
Monday begins night one of three for construction crews to demolish the I-70 westbound bridge deck.
“I’m constantly told you can’t save them all,” she said, “Well no, I can’t, but I’m sure giving it the best I can.”
Sunday was the Hope For Brionna 5K at Fairbanks Park.
A devastating fire happened Friday at the Light House Mission on Wabash Avenue.
The city is embracing 150 years, and what better way to bring it in than with an Old Fashioned Day Celebration?
It happened at the intersection of Wabash and Barton Avenue.
Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said Jacob Hall died about 1 p.m. Saturday.