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Sen Donnelly Talks Trade In Vigo County

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly was in southern Vigo County Monday afternoon to talk with area farmers about their concerns and the about the looming trade war. Donnelly said that he told the president

Blanford Man Clocked At 124mph

VERMILLION COUNTY, Ind – On Monday morning just after 8 a.m. Vermillion County Police clocked a black Volvo traveling northbound on State Road 63 just north of Elanco at 124 miles per hour. 26-year-old Stephen Tyler Wilson,

Trial Date For Man Facing Child Porn Charges

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A trial date has been set for a Terre Haute man accused of downloading child pornography. 21-year-old Jacob Sparks was arrested back in March and faces man felony charges for allegedly downloading sexually

Police Ask You Not To Call 911 About Fireworks

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Fireworks can be fun for some but not for others. While they may be irritating the Terre Haute Police Department reminds you that they are mostly legal. TH-PD public information officer Ryan Adamson

Inmates Try To Push Lawsuit Forward

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – Inmates that are suing Vigo County over jail conditions have filed a motion for summary judgment. The motion claims the county is deliberately indifferent to the fact the jail conditions violate inmates’ constitutional

Police Look For Flasher

OWEN COUNTY, Ind. – Police are looking for an accused flasher. Authorities say that 45-year-old Brian Scott Ashcraft of Camby, Indiana exposed himself in front of children at McCormick’s Creek State Park on Saturday. He also allegedly

3rd Street Paving Project Starts Next Week

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) says that the resurfacing project on U.S. 41 through Terre Haute will begin on or after Monday, July 9, weather permitting.   White Construction Co. was awarded this

Duke Energy To Pass Along Tax Savings To Customers

PLAINFIELD, Ind. — Duke Energy’s Indiana customers will receive approximately $142 million in annual savings on their electric bills from the new federal tax law if a proposed settlement with consumer groups is approved by state utility regulators. Duke Energy, the Indiana Office