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  1. Indianapolis woman gets 10 years for bilking immigrants

    08.18 / 23:10 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to stealing money from immigrants for green cards and other documents they never received. Judith Palma was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to 17 felony counts of theft. Prosecutors alleged she stole more than $274,000 from about 170…
  2. Indiana district to dismiss students before Monday’s eclipse

    08.18 / 23:10 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    CLARKSVILLE, Ind. — A southern Indiana school district has opted to dismiss classes before Monday’s solar eclipse because school officials fear the eclipse glasses they purchased won’t protect students’ eyes. Clarksville Community School Corporation officials decided to dismiss students before Monday’s partial solar eclipse begins so that students can view the eclipse under parental…
  3. Police board fires Indiana officer after hit-and-run crash

    08.18 / 23:10 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    CROWN POINT, Ind. — A police merit board has fired a northwest Indiana sheriff’s officer charged in a hit-and-run crash after last year’s Gary Air Show. The Post-Tribune reports that the Lake County Sheriff’s Police Merit Board on Thursday voted to fire Lt. Guy Mikulich effective immediately. The board previously found the 38-year-old guilty…
  4. Indiana teen charged as adult in crash that killed 2 sisters

    08.18 / 23:10 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    FRANKFORT, Ind. — Central Indiana authorities say a 17-year-old girl charged with reckless homicide was traveling in excess of 100 mph when her car spun out of control and crashed into a rural home, killing two young sisters who were inside. The teen was charged Friday with 10 felony counts, including two counts of…
  5. US senator from Indiana condemns Charlottesville violence

    08.18 / 23:10 dailyjournal.net Dailyjournal.net - Indiana (IN)
    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — A U.S. senator has visited a Holocaust museum in western Indiana to speak out against the violence in Charlottesville. Republican U.S. Sen. Todd Young of Indiana condemned the “hate, bigotry and violence” as he spoke at a luncheon for Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce members Thursday, the Tribune-Star reported .…