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Thursday Storms Cause Damage Across Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Severe storms caused damage across central and southern Indiana Thursday and left more than 56,000 electricity customers without service. Duke Energy reported more than 50,000 customers without service Thursday evening, including more than 15,000 in

Terre Haute Sears Store NOT On Closing List

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The Sears store in Terre Haute’s Honey Creek Mall was not on the list of stores being closed released Thursday afternoon. Sears said that they are continuing their efforts to streamline the Company’s

Marshall, Indiana Building Collapses

MARSHALL, Ind – A building located on the corner of Main St and S.R. 236 in Marshall, Indiana collapsed this morning. Demolition of the remainder of the building will begin soon. Officials say that they believed that

Congressman Bucshon Hosting Job Fair Today

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – U.S. Congressman Larry Bucshon is hosting the annual Terre Haute Job Fair on Thursday, May 31at ISU’s Hulman Center. The first hour from 1 P.M. to 2 P.M. will be for veterans only.

Accused Killer Waives Extradition

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – An accused killer will be headed back to Terre Haute by the end of June. Kenneth Pitts, Jr. is accused of killing Alice “Anita” Oswald in November last year. He has been on

Casey Man Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Crime Charges

CASEY, Ill – A Casey, Illinois man charged with predatory criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse has pleaded not guilty. 60 year old Gary Finney is a former youth football coach is alleged to have