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City Finances Looking Better

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – At last night’s Terre Haute City Council meeting the city’s financial consultant Umbaugh and Associates reported that the financial picture is looking better. The consultant, Paige Sansone said that the city is headed

Murder Charges Filed Against Terre Haute Man

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A Terre Haute man accused of shooting and killing another man was in court Thursday. Police say that 20-year-old Dylan Morgan shot and killed 18–year-old Gage Eup at a home on Cleveland Avenue last

Aldi Is Hiring

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – If you are looking for a job, a growing company would like to talk to you. Aldi’s is looking to fill more than 150 positions in stores across Indiana and northern Kentucky. The

Traffic Stop Leads To Counterfeit Money And More

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Just before 6p.m. Wednesday (8/8/18) Indiana State Police stopped a passenger vehicle on Interstate 74 near the 4 mile marker. The officer clocked the car at 87 miles per hour in a posted

Clinton PD Mourns Loss Of Retired K9

CLINTON, Ind – The Clinton City Police Department is morning the loss of their Retired Clinton City K9 Officer Piper. The department says that Piper began her career with the Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department and ended her

Clinton Man Arrested On Meth Charges

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Vermillion County Police Officers arrested 35-year-old David W. Filchak of Clinton at his home at 4th and Elm Streets Wednesday. He faces charges of Dealing and possession of Methamphetamine and paraphernalia.  During the

Hoosier Graduates Think College Is Worth It

INDIANA – More than 85 percent of graduates from 12 Indiana public and private colleges say they were satisfied or extremely satisfied with the education they received, according to the results of the second Gallup-Indiana Graduate Satisfaction

JAG Indiana Expanding, Plans To Add 250 More Programs

INDIANAPOLIS –  Indiana’s award-winning Jobs for America’s Graduates program, which helps high school students achieve success through graduation, will be expanding in the upcoming school year as part of Governor Eric Holcomb’s goal to add 250 more