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After One Week Of Sports Betting, How’s It Going?

STATEWIDE–There is “tremendous excitement” from people in Indiana when it comes to sports betting. That was the message from Matthew Bell, CEO of Casino Association of Indiana when he spoke to Inside Indiana Business Monday. He was

Knowing How To Detect And Treat Melanoma

INDIANAPOLIS–Before 2011, a diagnosis of melanoma might have meant a death sentence. That has changed, thanks to advances in treatment. But, you should still be aware of how to prevent and detect melanoma and other skin cancers,

Rose – Hulman Is Number 1 Again

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, has for the 21st consecutive year has been ranked as the top of U.S. engineering college focused on bachelor’s- and master’s-level education.   The latest No. 1 ranking, released Monday (9/9/19),

Some Indiana Schools Among The Best

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Several Indiana colleges and universities are among the best in the country, according to the new rankings from U.S. News & World Report. The rankings are based on several factors, like graduation rate and

Police Look For Purse Snatching Suspect

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Terre Haute Police are looking for a suspect in a recent purse snatching. THPD Detectives are seeking of the women in the pictures She allegedly stole the purse of an elderly victim in

Kroger Recalls Tuna Steaks

INDIANAPOLIS — If you recently bought yellowfin tuna steaks at a Kroger store in Indiana, you might need to throw them away. Yellowfin tuna steaks from the seafood counter or seasoned yellowfin tuna steaks in store-prepped styrofoam

Brown County Leaf Cam Is Back On Line

BROWN COUNTY, Ind. — Fall is almost here and the Brown County Leaf Cam is back online. The camera is perched atop a cabin near the town of Bean Blossom. It provides a panoramic view of the

One Killed When Hit By CSX Train

CLINTON, Ind – One person was killed when hit by a train Sunday morning in Clinton. It happened around 5:30 a.m. on the CSX track near Main and Vine Streets. The name of the person hit has

Trib-Star Says They Are Moving

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – In Sunday’s edition of the Tribune-Star, Editor Max Jones told readers that the paper would be moving to another location in Terre Haute. The paper has been headquartered in downtown Terre Haute at