A Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputy injured while responding to a deadly fire has credited a fellow officer for saving his life.
It uses an open space concept and student tutors to teach kids math.
It happened just before 4 a.m. on E. Washington Street at N. Oxford Street.
Throughout the high school football season, students competed to have the best school spirit and student section in central Indiana.
The investigation began when police got a call for a welfare check around 3:30 a.m. last Friday morning.
Vaughn Wamsley was severely injured in an accident as an undergraduate at Indiana University.
A nine-year-old girl got the surprise of her life Tuesday.
Police said an internal audit by Twin Mills officials found that more than $19,000 in cash and $3,000 in checks were not deposited.
Scott Tolzien and Stephen Morris stood together in the corner of the end zone at Tuesday’s practice.
Police are finding more and more of these devices on ATMs and gas pumps.
The children were found to be missing teeth, malnourished, dehydrated, in diapers and unable to talk.
The shooting occurred at around 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.
The Flora United Methodist Church held a prayer vigil at 7:00 p.m. to pray for the family and community.
The move comes after 21 states sued to stop the implementation of the new regulation.
At this point police believe the shooting to be accidental.
Last year the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration endorsed seat belts but the recommendation didn’t come with funding.
Police say 25-year old Garret Mack pulled into Rickers gas station and overdosed with the vehicle still in drive.