Year in Review: Shonna Majors appointed director of community violence reduction
Indianapolis doesn’t get a bad reputation nationally since it’s smaller than other cities such as Baltimore and Chicago, but crime and violence have been on the forefront of issues facing the community for years.
Hancock County resident takes bigger rank in ISP
PENDLETON — A Hancock County resident has been promoted to oversee all law enforcement operations at the Putnamville, Indianapolis and Pendleton districts of the Indiana State Police.
Tony Delello is the new Pendleton District Commander and has been promoted to the rank of captain.
Three new troopers report to Putnamville post
Three new probationary troopers reported for duty Tuesday at the Indiana State Police Post in Putnamville.
They are three of the 54 new troopers reporting to their districts of assignment following graduation from the 78th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy on Dec. 13.
Experts: Key to stopping mass shootings is understanding mindset of killers
Mental health professionals and mass shooting experts in the Greater Cincinnati area are saying the key to figuring out how to stop mass shootings will come through understanding the mindset of the killer.
RANDOM 'SOMEONE COMPLIMENTED YOU!' TEXT MESSAGE GONE VIRAL. IS IT A SCAM?
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI)- A text message has some people concerned. The message says someone has given you a compliment and provides a link to read it.
Helen Irvine says she has received a suspicious text message about three to four times within the last week.
Meet the new kid on the block
Hello everyone, I am your new Program and Public Relations Director at your LifeSpan Center. Now that the butterflies and jitters of starting a new job are gone, let’s talk about the whirlwind of a journey that brought my family and I back to Central Illinois.