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Improperly Discarded Cigarettes are Leading Cause of Unintentional Grass Fires

June 28, 2012
Improperly Discarded Cigarettes are Leading Cause of Unintentional Grass Fires

  06/29/12 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and Indiana State Police are reminding Hoosiers that proper disposal of cigarettes and safe handling of fireworks is critical to avoid accidentally starting a fire. “Two-thirds of Indiana’s counties have issued burn bans and numerous jurisdictions have placed restrictions on the use of fireworks because dry...
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REMEMBER SAFETY TIPS WHEN VISITING COUNTY FAIRS

July 5, 2011
REMEMBER SAFETY TIPS WHEN VISITING COUNTY FAIRS

07/06/11 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) and the Indiana State Police (ISP) remind all Hoosiers to remember basic safety tips to ensure everyone enjoys their time at the county fair and the many other local festivals and carnivals that are part of Indiana’s summertime tradition. General Safety Tips Pay attention to weather...
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DRIVERS ENCOURAGED TO CHECK TRAVEL ADVISORY MAP BEFORE HITTING THE ROADS

December 13, 2010
DRIVERS ENCOURAGED TO CHECK TRAVEL ADVISORY MAP BEFORE HITTING THE ROADS

12/14/10 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is encouraging all motorists to check the statewide travel advisory map before venturing onto roadways. The map is continually updated with travel warning, watch and advisory information as reported by each county. The map is available at http://www.in.gov/dhs/files/travel-advisory-map/.  “It’s important that motorists are aware of any...
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CANADIAN EARTHQUAKE SERVES AS A REMINDER OF EARTHQUAKE THREATS IN INDIANA

June 24, 2010
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06/24/10 While some Hoosiers felt the earthquake that occurred earlier this afternoon in Ontario, Canada, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security reminds all citizens that the state is also exposed to a serious threat of earthquakes along the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) and the Wabash Valley Seismic Zone (WVSZ).   The New Madrid...
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