An ambulance, fire truck and helicopter swarmed a Scott County school campus as the school district and first responders prepared for something that has become the unfortunate norm for schools across America.
A 15-year-old Scottsburg High School sophomore is facing felony intimidation charges after allegedly sending an anonymous text about a bomb in a school locker, leading to a building evacuation and a search for the phony bomb.
Thursday afternoon, police received 911 calls about a pickup truck driving recklessly on I-65 North near Jeffersonville. Callers said the driver and passenger were also hanging out the windows, making obscene gestures towards other drivers.
The lawsuit filed against Scott County School District 2 and the Sheriff of Scott County claims Sean Small was subjected to a search, handcuffed, arrested and held in jail without probable cause or reasonable suspicion.
Since taking office Jan. 1, Jerry Goodin has been busy, partnering the Scott County Sheriff’s Department with county leaders, as well as judges and prosecutors, to come up with a plan to make big changes at the jail.
The visitation for Sgt. Ben Bertram began Monday afternoon at Charlestown High School. Bertram, a Charlestown police officer, was killed Wednesday night when he crashed into a tree during a high-speed chase with a suspect.
Hoosiers are renewing a call for a hate crime law in Indiana after a Carmel synagogue was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti. Nazi graffiti was spray-painted on a wall outside the temple. The act of vandalism is uniting many in the Carmel community and state-wide through a renewed push for a hate crime law in Indiana.