A Megabus heading from Chicago to Atlanta crashed near Edinburgh early Monday morning, injuring more than a dozen people on board and causing a miles-long traffic back up on Interstate 65.
The plane diverted course at 10:36 p.m. and landed at FWA at 10:55 p.m. after pilots reported smoke in the cockpit.
The manager of Dupont Estates said no one was in the mobile home when a vehicle hit a utility box, flipped over and crashed into a home.
When an officer pulled over the vehicle, the driver was under the influence of a narcotic. Police are still looking for the other racer of a silver Mustang.
Clinton will be restricted to two lanes between Wayne Street and Washington Boulevard all next week.
The City Water Department has opened up Crescent and State after a water main break closed the area for more than five hours.
Anthony Dager, 26, New Haven, is facing six felony charges for an April 4th crash that killed three people.
A pickup truck driver was arrested after allegedly hitting a motorcyclist while drinking and driving in Grand Rapids early Tuesday morning.
Authorities are rolling out a federally funded initiative aiming to crack down on seatbelt violators in rural areas of Knox County.
The scene was cleared by 12:30 p.m. but was utterly confusing for all parties involved.
Poinsette Drive will be closed to through traffic while city utilities work on a storm line installation project.
Some lanes on Clinton and Rudisill were closed for a short time following the Wednesday morning accident.