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  • Franklin robbery under investigation
    FRANKLIN, Ind. — Franklin police are investigating a report of a strong arm robbery at the McDonalds on King Street. Police say around 7:50 p.m. Monday the seller was meeting a possible buyer at that location in order to sell a firearm. When the buyer and another male arrived they struck the ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-06-28
  • Four car crash injures three in Columbus
    COLUMBUS, Ind. —  A four vehicle crash injured three people Monday in Columbus. A report from the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department says a car driven by Ryan Mitchell, 18, of Dupont was eastbound in the 4800 block of East State Street at 3:35 p.m. when he crossed the centerline. Mitchel struck ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-06-28
  • Connersville woman implicated in Nigerian scam
    CONNERSVILLE, Ind. — A Connersville woman has been arrested in connection with a scam that has ties to Nigeria. Police allege more than $2.5 million was moved through the home of Fay Santillanes, 67. She has been charged with money laundering, defrauding a financial institution and theft. Police say people from Nigeria ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-06-28
  • Bicentennial torches taking shape
    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Students at Purdue University have begun the assembly process for the 18 flagship Indiana bicentennial torches. The flagship torches are made with ultra-lightweight aluminum-lthium and the smaller pieces were made with a 3D printer. The torches weigh about five pounds and are about two feet tall. They feature ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-06-28
  • Stay cool and save money
    COLUMBUS, Ind. — While the heat is on outside, Duke Energy officials want you to know how to stay cool inside. Make sure your home is properly weatherized. Seal cracks, windows and doors that allow cool air to escape. Consider closing curtains or blinds to keep direct sunlight out. Make sure your ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2016-06-28