Local News from Wednesday, June 12th, 2019
Prosecutor: HVL Couple Allegedly Created, Sold Illegal Steroids
The investigation began when federal agents intercepted a shipped package containing steroid compounds.
Sleepy Driver Overturns Car On US 50 In Ripley Co.
The accident occurred around 6:13 Monday evening.
Two Injured In US 421 Head-On Crash Tuesday
A medical helicopter responded to a crash on U.S. 421 near Versailles Tuesday afternoon.
Mom, Supporter Of Milan Sports Teams Dies Unexpectedly
Kristy Sams, who was involved with a number of teams and sports organizations in Milan, died Saturday.
Indiana Farmers Still Behind But Making Progress On Planting Crops
Consistent rain has prevented Indiana farmers from getting corn and soybean plants in the ground this spring.
Batesville Woman Jailed For Attempting To Deal In Meth
The drug deal was allegedly set in motion by an inmate in the Ripley County Jail.
Smoking, Casino Tax Impact, Port Prospects On The Menu At Post-Legislative Luncheon
Three southeastern Indiana lawmakers shared their reflections of the 2019 Indiana Legislative Session during an event in Lawrenceburg Tuesday.
Indiana Entering 100 Deadliest Days For Teen Drivers
Statistically, Memorial Day through Labor Day is the deadliest time for teens on the road.
Franklin County Will Consider Change To Public Safety Tax
The public safety income tax could be adjusted by Franklin County Council at a public hearing this month.
Stolen Trailer Located 17 Years Later
A recent VIN check led to the discovery that a small box trailer was reported stolen in 2002.
Fuel Scam Artist's Restitution Reduced From $98K Down To $35K
Steve Linville, a former fuel delivery driver for a Ripley County co-op, is still in prison.
Dillsboro Public Library Photo Contest
The Dillsboro Public Library has been selected to host a traveling Smithsonian exhibit, "Crossroads: Change in Rural America," which highlights the changing landscape in rural America. Since 1900, the percentage of Americans living in rural areas dropped from 60 percent to 17 percent, yet the vast majority of America’s physical landscape remains rural.at Dillsboro Public Library
Escape Challenge comes to the Dearborn County 4-H Fair
Have you experienced an Escape Room? The Dearborn County Jr Leaders participated in an Escape Room experience last summer and fell in love with the challenge and the competition.at Dearborn County Fairgrounds
Crossdock Development wants to construct a $10 million building - they and the Dearborn County Redevelopment Commission hope - for a future employer.
Find out how business-friendly your legislator's voting record was this year.
The Knights were the only team in the field to put all five members on the all-conference team.
The top players in the conference are being recognized for great 2019 seasons.