For Gloria Wetnight and the staff at Area 7 Agency on Aging & Disabled, changes could be on the way if federal funds get cut for the service…
Preparation is the name of the game today as Hoosiers participate in not one, but two statewide tornado drills!
This week marks 21-years since a massive winter-storm put the brakes on spring.
It has been said the good things we build end up also building us. For Gary Gardner, the things he has built are a little on the small side.
The spouses of State Legislators visited the campus of Indiana State University on Tuesday morning.
A man who previously ran for public office is accused of impersonating a police officer.
West Terre Haute Water Works reports they will be flushing fire hydrants starting April 3.
One person was injured after a Monday morning accident near Honey Creek Mall in Terre Haute.
An 18-year-old former Attica Jr.-Sr. High School student is now charged, after admitting to police he posted threats on social media concern…
We’re in that time of year where sports are overlapping. The college basketball season is winding down and baseball season is almost here.
For a sixth year in a row, Purdue University will not increase tuition.
Signage, cameras and funding — the talking points for the Delphi Trail Safety Task Force Monday night.
You don’t have to go far to hear conversation about a new jail in Vigo County, the discussion is everywhere.
The Vigo County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man who’s previously run for public office.
Sunday morning after 1:30, Terre Haute Police were responding to a shots fired and stabbing report in the parking lot of the Dew Drop Inn. P…
Dairy Queen welcomed the first day of spring with free ice cream!