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Terre Haute Regional Airport Planning For The Future

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Terre Haute Regional Airport is planning its annual capital improvement program. The top priorities are runways, taxiways, and airport lighting. Officials also want to add aircraft rescue and firefighting equipment possibly in

Plea Deal For Brazil Man After Drug Deal Gone Bad

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – A Brazil man was in Vigo County Court Thursday where he pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct as part of a plea deal. 20-year-old Dylan Jackson was originally charged with aggravated battery

Ivy Tech And McDonalds Team Up To Offer Free Tuition

INDIANA – An alliance was started between McDonald’s and Ivy Tech Community College Thursday morning to make college more affordable and offer training for the future workforce. It’s called the McDonald’s Archways to Opportunity education program. It

Blood Donations Needed

INDIANA – If your blood type is Type O the American Red Cross is in need of your help. They say there’s a national shortage of both O-positive and O-negative blood. They have less than a three-day

Legislator Wants To Kill Tampon Tax

INDIANAPOLIS — Women who buy feminine hygiene products, such as tampons, pay a tax on those products every time they buy them. State Rep. Carey Hamilton (D-Indianapolis) wants to get rid of that tax, saying it’s a

Proposal Would Keep Indiana Polls Open Longer

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana is the first state to close its polls on Election Day. Legislators could vote to change that. Indiana’s polls close at six p-m local time. The only other state to close that early is