Local News

2019 Indiana Missing Children Poster Contest

INDIANA – The Indiana State Police is proud to partner again in 2019 with the U.S. Department of Justice in promoting the National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest.  In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 25th as

Moody’s Likes Indiana’s Balanced Budget Amendment

INDIANAPOLIS  — Moody’s Investors Service is applauding Indiana voters’ ratification of a constitutional amendment that obligates the General Assembly to pass balanced budgets. Moody’s called Indiana’s new mandate “credit positive” in its Weekly Credit Outlook that regularly

Rose Hulman Hosts Math Competition, TH South Does Well

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Carmel High School mathletes scored commanding victories across the board at Saturday’s Rose-Hulman Mathematics Competition, marking the tenth consecutive year the school has won the multi-state competition. Carmel’s Kevin Liu, a senior and

Fewer Students Coming To The U.S.

UNDATED  — Fewer fewer international students are heading to U.S. colleges according to a new report from the Institute of International Education and the State Department.. The number of newly arriving foreign students fell by 7 percent

Home Heavily Damaged By Late Sunday Night Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – Terre Haute Firefighters were called out around 11:30 Sunday night to a fire on Locust Street. No one was hurt, but reports are that three pets died. A cause remains under investigation. The

One Man Escapes Saturday Night Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – Terre Haute Firefighters were called out around 11 p.m. Saturday night to a house fire on Sixth Street. One man was home at the time of the fire but woke up and was