Government, Police & Fire
Safety device on big rig trucks is causing sleep loss among residents near the highway.
Police Chief Rich Wooten has a close eye on the situation.
Break-ins of unlocked vehicles account for 80 percent of the activity in the annual report.
The city's finance committee floated some suggestions this week about the city could cut spending.
If you sneak up Dielman on your way to McDonald's, you might start missing the 1952 Wabash Railroad caboose.
Government, Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
Crew raised $1,800 by selling pink t-shirts to the public.
Police & Fire
Fire broke out at a home in the 6400 block of Cecil Avenue at 4 a.m.
Mail fraud carries a maximum penalty of 20 years and a fine of up to $250,000.
Woman pronounced dead at the scene, two men die at area hospital.
Police & Fire, Schools
The district has 125 two-way radios; more than 200 surveillance cameras in place and extensive planning to protect students and staff alike.
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