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Early Morning Accident Leaves Some In The Dark

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – An early morning crash left some resident in the dark. The accident happened around 3:45 a.m. at Center Street and Voorhees in Terre Haute. Three utility poles were damaged. No injuries were reported.

Give The Gift Of Blood For Christmas

INDIANA  –  Holiday travel and weather are obstacles for the Red Cross this time of year. This holiday season is known for the spirit of giving, but the American Red Cross says this season usually results in

Gas Prices Heading Down

INDIANA –  Gas prices are heading down as we get closer to Christmas. That’s good news if you are driving to your Christmas destination this week. The cheapest gas in Indiana is in the northwestern part of

Search Is On To Find Who Shot Bald Eagle

BEDFORD, Ind. — A bald eagle shot and killed in Lawrence County has conservation officers looking for whomever did it. In a Facebook post, the Indiana DNR says they found a bald eagle alive but suffering from

Indiana Unemployment Rate Steady, Lower Than The Nation

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind  – Indiana’s unemployment rate stands at 3.2 percent for November and remains lower than the national rate of 3.5 percent. The monthly unemployment rate is unchanged from October. Indiana’s labor force had a net increase

Age To Buy Cigarettes And E- Cigs Likely To Go UP

INDIANAPOLIS – It appears the legal age to buy cigarettes and e-cigarettes is going up. But Indiana’s taxes on those products won’t be, at least next year. Governor Holcomb had announced a push to raise the age

Lilly Foundation Second Largest In The Nation

INDIANAPOLIS  –   A new analysis shows that the Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment is now the nation’s second-largest private charitable foundation in the nation. The Lilly Endowment was founded in 1937 with gifts of Lilly stock by three members

Kittens Found In Baby Box

CARMEL, Ind. — The Carmel Fire Department issued a reminder to residents Friday afternoon that the Safe Haven Baby Box at Carmel Fire Station 45 is intended for newborn babies, not animals. The reminder came after the