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  • ISP searching for elderly Scottsburg man

    STATEWIDE–Tommy Dale Allman, 78, has been declared officially missing by Indiana State Police. Allman was traveling to visit family and was last heard from this morning at 7:33 a.m. when he was en route from Scottsburg to Columbus. He is 5’7” and weighs 240 pounds; has balding gray hair and blue eyes. He was ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-04-24
  • Wear denim to support sexual assault awareness

    COLUMBUS, Ind.–It’s not quite Casual Wednesday, but it’s a good day to wear denim for a good cause. Turning Point Domestic Violence Services is encouraging the community to wear denim and raise awareness for sexual assault. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Denim Day got its name after ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-04-24
  • Alliance for Substance Abuse Progress marks one year

    COLUMBUS, Ind.–Wednesday night, the city of Columbus and Bartholomew County will come together to mark the one-year anniversary since the launch of the Alliance for Substance Abuse Progress. The one-year community progress report will take place at 6:30 at The Commons. Topics will include Treatment Expansion, The Hub and enhanced Recovery ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-04-24
  • Former Bartholomew Co. schoolteacher pleads guilty

    COPYRIGHT: Pavel Ignatov COLUMBUS, Ind.–A former Bartholomew County schoolteacher has pled guilty to child molestation. The Bartholomew County Prosecutor Bill Nash says that Bruce Giggy and his attorney filed a plea agreement in Bartholomew County Superior Court in which he admitted guilt for three of five counts of molestation brought against ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-04-24
  • Two scams reported by savvy residents

    COPYRIGHT – Samantha Craddock JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind.–Thankfully, no one lost money or personal information, but two would-be victims’ reports of scams have brought law enforcement one step closer to catching the scammers. Johnson County Sheriff Doug Cox says two recent incidents of fraud have been reported to his department. In both ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-04-24