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Mayor Gives Annual City Update

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – On Wednesday morning Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett gave his annual city update at the Meadow Banquet Center. Multiple topics were covered including, a Vigo County Casino and possible uses for revenue from

Sullivan Diner Fire Ruled “Undetermined”

SULLIVAN, Ind.  – The cause of a Sullivan County diner fire has been ruled undetermined. The Old 41 Diner on North Section Street in Sullivan was destroyed last Wednesday.   Even though the cause of the fire

Proposals Would Put Cameras In Work Zones

INDIANAPOLIS – A proposal to allow camera-generated speeding tickets in work zones is stalled in committee, but INDOT plans to roll out other new safety measures in work zones next year. Governor Holcomb’s has told the highway

Pro-Choice/Pro-Life Rally Held At Statehouse

INDIANAPOLIS — Two rallies, one pro-life and one pro-choice crossed paths on the way to the statehouse on Wednesday afternoon. Each side wanting to be heard. “We’re fighting, we’re fighting for access to reproductive healthcare,” said Sam

Hands-Free Bill Headed To House Floor

INDIANAPOLIS – The bill to make you put down your phone while driving is headed to the House floor, with a vote possible next week. A ban on cell phones while driving was first proposed in Indiana

Indiana Sen. Mike Braun Talks About Impeachment

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The president will be acquitted, said Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.), joining senators Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and Steve Daines (R-Montana), for a brief news conference during a lunch break in the impeachment trial of Pres. Trump. “I