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Goodwin Plans To Run For County Commissioner

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Former Terre Haute mayoral candidate Pat Goodwin announced Tuesday he intends to run for the District 2 Seat on the Vigo County Board of Commissioners. In a Facebook post Goodwin said he would

Two Indiana Cities Make The Orkin Bed Bug List

INDIANAPOLIS–Two cities in Indiana are on a list that most people consider gross and undesirable. Indianapolis is 9th worst in the country for bed bugs, said a study by Orkin. That’s up five spots from last year.

Giving Voice To Indiana Retailers

INDIANA – Smaller retailers in Indiana need to have more of a voice at the statehouse. That’s the message from the new Executive Director of the Indiana Retail Council. Melissa Coxey was named to that position earlier

Stolen Guns Returned To Rightful Owners

VIGO COUNTY, Ind – Indiana State Police say that after an in-depth investigation by Trooper Brad Fyfe, the owners of stolen firearms discovered back on January 10th, have been located. Police say that the owner was grateful

Terre Haute Man Faces Charges After Tuesday Night Fire

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – A Terre Haute man after allegedly interfering with firefighters Tuesday evening. 50-year-old Wayne Burton apparently lived in the home and was arrested on charges of arson, disorderly conduct and obstructing a firefighter’s duty.

More Information On Police Stand-Off Monday At KFC

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – More information has been released about a standoff situation earlier this week at the KFC in North Terre Haute. Vigo County Coroner Dr. Susan Amos reports that 44-year-old Ronnie Arndell died of stab

Holcomb Lays Out Plans In State Of The State Address

INDIANAPOLIS – For a second straight year, Governor Holcomb is proposing to free up money for teachers by paying down pension debt. In his State of the State address, Holcomb announced he’ll ask next year’s legislature to