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EPA Begins Cleanup Of Site In Shelburn

SHELBURN, Ind. – Crews from the Environmental Protection Agency is working to clean up hazardous materials at the former Hagen Manufacturing site in Shelburn. The company did plastics molding research and design along with manufacturing. The EPA

Not Guilty Of Attack

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A Danville, Illinois, man was found not-guilty of charges in connection with violent attacks at a house on Woodlawn Avenue in Terre Haute in January 2017. 24-year-old Edward Wright was identified as a

Pioneer Oil Drills 4th Well On ISU Campus

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Crews are drilling for oil again near Indiana State University campus near 10th and Chestnut. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources allowed Pioneer Oil four production wells. Crews are currently drilling the fourth

Holcomb Says No Tolls In Indiana Highways

INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb says he won’t impose new tolls on Indiana’s interstate highways while in office.   Holcomb was required by the 2017 law to provide the tolling plan.   On Thursday he sent

Slick Roads Made For Dangerous Morning Commute

INDIANA – It was a slick and dangerous drive to work for many drivers across central Indiana this morning. Freezing rain created dangerous driving conditions and slick roads. The Putnam County Sheriff’s office, Indiana State Police, other

Nasser Announces Run For Mayor

      TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Democrat Terre Haute City Councilman Karrum Nasser announced his candidacy for Terre Haute mayor Wednesday. The primary election will take place May 7th next year. In addition to the mayor’s office, all

New Overpass Could Open Soon

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The intersection of 25th and Margaret Avenue is set to reopen on December 5th. Then on December 14th officials hope to have the Margaret Overpass complete and ready for drivers. After the overpass