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Friday Morning Fire Called Suspicious

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A Friday morning fire in Terre Haute is being called suspicious. Firefighters were called out to 1424 South 9th Street just after 8:00 a.m. No one was home at the time and no

Pedestrian Killed In Early Morning Accident

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Around 4:10 a.m. this morning the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office and other emergency services were called to US 150 in Shirkieville, which located in Northwestern Vigo County, on the report of a car/pedestrian

UPDATE: Missing Child And Mother Found Safe

*******UPDATE******** Mother and child have been located and are fine. An officer has physically seen and spoken with them. _________________________________________________ PREVIOUS STORY: A Statewide Silver Alert has been declared. The Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the

Victim Identified In Sullivan Police Shooting

SULLIVAN, Ind — Thursday afternoon an autopsy was conducted on the woman involved in a standoff with police on Wednesday the Days Inn Motel on SR 154 in Sullivan. Police say that 49-year-old Leslie Shayne Miller of

New Trial Date For Accused Killer

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A Vigo County Judge has changed the trial date for a Terre Haute man charged with the murder of a Terre Haute woman. Kenny Pitts, Jr.’s trial was to start on December 10th

Vermillion County Police Bust Teen Alcohol Party

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – Last Saturday (10-6-18) around 1:00 A.M. Vermillion County Police r conducted a traffic stop on two suspicious vehicles at the intersection of Lake Rd and S. Bud Dr. just south of St. Bernice.

Former County Commissioner Faces More Charges

VIGO COUNTY, Ind.  – A former Vigo County Commissioner that was already on house arrest is now facing more charges. On Wednesday, Terre Haute Police arrested 62 year old David Decker for allegedly picking up and taking

Fall Color Show Could Begin Soon

NASHVILLE, Ind. –  State forestry officials say this week’s cold snap should finally spark vivid fall colors in Indiana’s forests and woodlands. The state Department of Natural Resources says recent unseasonably warm weather had delayed the arrival