Local News

Rail Crossing Work This Week

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A road closure could cause some delays for Terre Haute drivers. The intersection of Locust and 10th Streets has closed the railroad crossing the area. That crossing will be closed until November 27th.

Missing Greene County Teen Found Safe

According to police, Keara Devae Analiece Wickline has been located and is safe.   GREENE COUNTY, Ind – Greene County Police are searching for a missing teen. Sheriff’s Deputies say that 14-year-old Keara Devae Analiece Wickline, was reported

US Army Looks To Social Media To Help With Recruiting

INDIANAPOLIS  — U.S. Army recruiters in Indiana and other Midwestern states where recruitment has consistently fallen short are exploring other recruitment tactics as they try to convince young people to enlist. Col. Eric Lopez, of the 3rd

Old YMCA To Be Turned Into Apartments

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The old YMCA in downtown Terre Haute could soon see new life. On Thursday, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority board reportedly authorized $500,000 from its development fund and over $800,000 in

Salvation Army Kicks Off Red Kettle Campaign

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – The Salvation Army of Vigo County kicked off its annual Red Kettle Christmas Campaign on Friday at Honey Creek Mall. Susan Linden, the local Salvation Army’s new envoy, said that the local organization

Tax Credits Help Owens Hall Project Move Forward

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – The Sisters of Providence have been awarded tax credits from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority to repurpose Owens Hall as low-income housing, The renovation of Owens Hall will create 64 affordable

Sheehan Appointed To Terre Haute City Bench

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A new city judge has been appointed for Terre Haute by Governor Eric Holcomb. Matthew Sheehan replaces Chris Wrede who resigned August 9th. Sheehan received a Bachelor of Science from Indiana State University