SAPULPA, Okla. (CNN/KTUL) - It's a spelling error in a place where you don't want to see one.
A sign at an Oklahoma school system's administration building is turning some heads. That's because it has the word "schools" misspelled.
Neighbors say the sign has been misspelled for months. It is unclear if it was an installation error or a prank, but either way some folks don't find it a laughing matter.
"It's sad for our schools, because our schools are wonderful. And so, I'm going to call the schools tomorrow and see if they can get that taken care of," said Anna Vest, former school employee.
A Chicago man who pleaded guilty but mentally ill to murder in the New Year's Day beating death in northwestern Indiana of his former wife shortly after their divorce has been sentenced to 50 years in prison.
Crews from a northeastern Indiana fire department had to rush to put out a blaze at the home of their assistant chief.
A judge has sentenced a northern Indiana teenager to 65 years in prison for the fatal drive-by shooting of another teen.