The Centers for Disease Control report that in the past year alone, 10-percent of students in grades nine through 12 in Indiana have experienced some form of dating violence, meaning been hit, slapped or hurt by their significant other.
That's why Vigo County's Council on Domestic Abuse has a program that goes into the high schools to present a program to 9th graders called Eyes Wide Open.
This teaches teens what to look for and what to do if they're in this situation.
But what should you, as a parent or guardian, watch out for?
"If they notice a big change in the demeanor of their child. If they notice that their children are starting to become withdrawn, or if they want to do nothing with their friends and only want to spend time with their chosen partner, that could be a sign," said Gwen Tucker, executive director of CODA in Vigo County.
CODA said the biggest thing a parent or guardian can do is to keep an open line of communication with their child.
Besides talking about unhealthy relationships, CODA also talks about how to look for healthy relationships.
If a student does need help or has questions, they can always go to a school counselor or can call CODA's 24-hour hotline at 1-800-566-CODA.
Firefighters were called to blaze at a two story house at around 6:30 Thursday morning.
One Atlanta based law-firm says it has a reward for anyone with answers in an Edgar County Arson.
A new tuition plan for St. Patrick School will extend its in-parish tuition discount to all parishes in the Terre Haute Deanery.
Winter temperatures are here and continuing to drop! Wednesday was slated to be the coldest this year.
It's going to be the coldest night of the year. One thing to keep in mind - when the weather gets this cold, it can be dangerous to you.
A Terre Haute man found not guilty of manslaughter and guilty of battery.The jury handed down the verdict Wednesday afternoon.