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Home Destroyed By Sunday Night Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A home in Terre Haute was destroyed by a fire late Sunday night. It started around 11:30 at the home located at 1615 Poplar Street. The home was fully engulfed when fire fighters

Vermillion County Traffic Stop Leads To Two Arrests

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Friday night (12/28/18) officers working Operation Pull Over noticed a vehicle driving northbound on State Road 63 driving slowly and crossing multiple lanes of traffic. Police stopped the vehicle at SR 63 and

Sen Head Wants To Increase School Bus Safety

LOGANSPORT, Ind.  — A state senator plans sponsoring a bill aimed at improving the safety of Indiana’s school buses. Sen. Randy Head says the bill’s provisions will include allowing school districts to petition for slower speed limits

Holcomb Still Opposed To Legalizing Marijuana

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says he remains opposed to efforts to legalize medical or recreational marijuana in the state, even though voters in neighboring Michigan approved a November ballot initiative legalizing the drug’s recreational use. 

It Appears That Honey Creek Mall Is For Sale

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – It looks like the Honey Creek Mall in Terre Haute could be up for sale. News10 is reporting that according to an article in  ‘Commercial Real Estate Direct ‘, CBL Associates, the current

Red Kettle Campaign Falls Short By $25,000

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign goal has fallen short by $25,000 this Christmas season. Officials say that you can still make end of the year donations can be made through January. The