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INDOT Job Fair Looking For Snow Plow Drivers

INDIANA – The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a statewide hiring fair on Tuesday, September 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (all times local) at eleven locations around the state to recruit candidates for more

Jail Plans Displayed At Public Forum

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – A public forum was held Wednesday evening to show area residents what a proposed new Vigo County Jail would look like. Only about 20 residents attended the two-hour event at the AMVETS Post

Terre Haute Man Charged With Child Molesting

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A Terre Haute firefighter has been arrested on charges of child molestation. 46-year-old Rodger Plunkett allegedly performed sex acts with two minor children when they were age 7 and younger. The children did

Police Called About Suspicious Package

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Police and the Indiana State Police Bomb Squad were called out to downtown Terre Haute last night (9/4/19) on the report of a suspicious package near 4th and Ohio Streets. A passerby told

Hulman Center Renovation At The Half Way Point

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – Work continues on Hulman Center in downtown Terre Haute. The facility built in 1973 has seen some minor updates over the years but this is the first major and complete renovation. Officials say

Vigil Held For Murdered 10 Year Old Girl

GAS CITY, Ind. — Hundreds showed up for a vigil in downtown Gas City Wednesday night to honor the life of Skylea Carmack. Skylea, just 10-years-old, was found murdered late Tuesday night and her body had been

CODA Reaches Fund Raising Goal

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – Last month the Council On Domestic Abuse known as CODA said they would be forced to end residential services if they did not reach their goal by September 14. Several local businesses and