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Two-Way Street Proposal Tabled For Now

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Some one-way streets in downtown Terre Haute will stay that way for a while longer. On Monday, the city council’s Planning, Zoning and Improvements Committee agreed not to make a recommendation to the

Another Store Closes At Honey Creek Mall

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Another store has closed at Honey Creek Mall. Osterman Jewelers has closed. Osterman is owned by Signet Jewelers which also owns, Kays, Zales, Jared and at least four other similar stores. There are

Weight Limit On Select Parke County Roads

PARKE COUNTY, Ind – The Parke County Board of Commissioners has placed a weight limit on several county roads. President Jim Meece says that a 5-ton limit will be in effect on all posted gravel and select

No Real Plan Yet On Increasing Teacher Pay

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind — Indiana Statehouse Republicans have yet to come up with more than modest proposals toward their goal of boosting Indiana teacher pay. Education advocacy groups says nearly $660 million is needed to boost average teacher

NIPSCO To Add Three Wind Farms To Northern Indiana

MERRILLVILLE, Ind. — Northern Indiana Public Service (NIPSCO) is planning to add three wind farms in an effort to gradually shift from coal-fired power to renewable energy. NIPSCO says the northern and western Indiana farms will generate

Davies County Man Dies After Falling Through Ice

WASHINGTON, Ind.  — Authorities in Davies County say a 55-year-old man has died after falling through ice while fishing. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says Roger L. Williams of Loogootee fell through ice Friday. He was

Death Investigation At Sullivan County Jail

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind – Indiana State Police are conducting a death investigation at the Sullivan County Jail at the request of Sheriff Clark Cottom. Police say that the 46-year-old female was arrested by the Sullivan City Police