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Man Recovered From Private Sullivan County Pond

DUGGER, Ind – Indiana Conservation Officers responded to a call about an unresponsive man found in a private Sullivan County Pond. Around 5:30 Thursday afternoon, 69 year old Michael Reynolds, of Dugger, was recovered from the water

Former Commissioner Appears In Court On New Charges

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  – A former Vigo County Commissioner that was arrested last month on charges of possession of meth and domestic battery is now facing additional charges. David Decker was arrested again for an incident that

Terre Haute City Council Approves Rezoning

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Thursday the Terre Haute City Council unanimously approved rezoning to allow construction of up to 78 duplex condominiums on the north side of Poplar Street between Fruitridge Avenue and Adams Boulevard. The developer

Fallen Officer Honored Two Ways Thursday

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The memory of fallen Terre Haute Police Officer Rob Pitts was honored in two ways Thursday. The Breakfast Optimist Club’s presented Kevin Artz Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award to officer Pitts

More Trouble For Former Vigo County Commissioner

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  – A former Vigo County Commissioner that was arrested last month on charges of possession of meth and domestic battery is now facing additional charges. David Decker was arrested again for an incident that

City Council Likely To Consider New Condos

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A housing project that was tabled in May will go before the Terre Haute city council tonight. The proposal calls for close to 80 condominiums near the Deming Park area, but area residents

Fennell Now In Federal Prison

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  –  A Terre Haute man who was to turn himself into federal prison officials Wednesday is now in custody. Former Vigo County Schools employee Franklin Fennell was to report to the federal prison in

Holcomb Signs Food And Beverage Tax

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  – Governor Eric Holcomb has officially signed the 1% food and beverage tax for Vigo County. Now it’s up to the County Council to approve it. If passed the $10 restaurant bill would be