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  • Terre Haute Air show adds acts, including F-22 RaptorTerre Haute Air show adds acts, including F-22 Raptor

    Tickets are now on sale for the Terre Haute Air Show, which has scheduled new acts to a lineup that already includes the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels.

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  • More performers announced for 2018 Terre Haute Air Show - Wthi - WTHITV.comMore performers announced for 2018 Terre Haute Air Show - Wthi - WTHITV.com

    WTHITV.comMore performers announced for 2018 Terre Haute Air Show - WthiWTHITV.comAdditional performers have been announced for the Terre Haute Air Show in August.Additional Performers Announced For Terre Haute Air Show - WtwoMyWabashValleyTerre Haute Air show adds acts, including F-22 Raptor | Local News ...Terre Haute Tribune Starall 3 news articles »

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  • Vigo County Jail Log: Jan. 16, 2018 - Terre Haute Tribune StarVigo County Jail Log: Jan. 16, 2018 - Terre Haute Tribune Star

    Vigo County Jail Log: Jan. 16, 2018Terre Haute Tribune StarDylan L. Cheesman, 19, 2200 block of South Center Street, Terre Haute. Booked 2:45 a.m. Battery resulting in bodily injury, criminal trespass, driving while suspended, false informing, possession of paraphernalia and operating a motor vehicle without ...and more »

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  • Another two-hour delay for Vigo County School Corp.Another two-hour delay for Vigo County School Corp.

    Vigo County School Corp. will again be on a two-hour delay Wednesday morning because of inclement weather.

    Tribune Star / 3 h. 48 min. ago
  • Nestle selling US candy business for $2.9 billionNestle selling US candy business for $2.9 billion

    Swiss food and drink giant Nestle is selling its U.S. candy business to Italy's Ferrero for about $2.9 billion in cash. Ferrero will take over iconic chocolate brands Butterfinger and Crunch bars, as well as the sugary Nerds, SweeTarts and FunDip.

    Terre Haute News / 6 h. 5 min. ago
  • State health agency: Number of Indiana flu deaths has doubledState health agency: Number of Indiana flu deaths has doubled

    State health officials say the number of flu-related deaths in Indiana this season has doubled to 50 as of the first week of 2018.

    Tribune Star / 6 h. 33 min. ago
  • Felling will seek GOP nomination for 43rd Indiana House seatFelling will seek GOP nomination for 43rd Indiana House seat

    Terre Haute City Attorney Eddie Felling has become the first Republican to enter the race for 43rd District Indiana state representative.

    Tribune Star / 8 h. 4 min. ago
  • Indian tribe with 3 Michigan casinos opening 1st in IndianaIndian tribe with 3 Michigan casinos opening 1st in Indiana

    This photo taken Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, shows the gaming room inside the new Four Winds Casino Resort in South Bend, Ind. The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is set to open the casino on Tuesday, Jan. 16, joining three other casinos it already operates nearby in southwestern Michigan.

    Terre Haute News / 8 h. 25 min. ago
  • 10 Things to Know for Tuesday10 Things to Know for Tuesday

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today, Jan. 16. The president tweeted that Dick Durbin misrepresented what he had said about African nations and Haiti and, in the process, undermined the trust needed to make a deal on immigration. A teenage girl escapes the home in Perris and alerts police where she and her 12 brothers and sisters were locked up in filthy conditions, and "appeared to be malnourished."

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  • Man dies in Parke County sawmill incidentMan dies in Parke County sawmill incident

    A Tangier man has died after being injured at the Montezuma Saw Mill on Monday.

    Tribune Star / 10 h. 57 min. ago
  • Truck overtuens at I-70 / US41 entrance rampTruck overtuens at I-70 / US41 entrance ramp

      One of the heavily-traveled interchanges in the area was blocked for a while Monday after an accident. It happened whyen a truck overturned at the eastbound entrance ramp at US 41 and I-70. Police say the driver took the turn a little too fast and lost control. The truck was carrying a load of bricks. It ended up on its side, but the driver suffered only minor injuries.

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  • Sullivan dispatcher helps woman having babySullivan dispatcher helps woman having baby

    When you've had your job for 18 years, it's not often you get to do something for the first time,. But that's what happened yesterday to one 911 dispatcher in Sullivan County. Eric Cox knew he'd be getting some serious calls Monday, what with the weather and road conditions. But the emergency call he got wasn't weather-related. instead, it was about a woman who had unexpectedly given birth in the shower. The woman had been to the hospital earlier, but was sent home when they said it wasn't time for her to deliver yet. Dispatcher Cox talked the family though the first aid procedures as the amubulace was en route. Matthew Vest, the young man whose appearance prompted the call, is doing fine, as is his mother.

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  • Rose-Hulman receives $1.1M donationRose-Hulman receives $1.1M donation

    Rose-Hulman gets a million dollar donation from an alumnus. A 1.1 million dollar donation, to be specific. It came from Richard Conn, and will go to the department of computer science and software engineering. The donation will go toward increasing the diversity of the student body and faculty and expanding the computer science curriculum. it's an expandinfg field. According to the school, there are more job openings in computer science and software engineering than there are graduates to fill them. The computer science and software engineering major is the second largest major at Rose-Hulman.

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  • Oh, babyOh, baby

    SubmittedMonday surprise: Sullivan County 911 dispatcher Eric Cox expected weather-related calls Monday morning, not one where a woman had just given birth to her newborn son - at home. SubmittedMonday surprise: Sullivan County 911 dispatcher Eric Cox expected weather-related calls Monday morning, not one where a woman had just given birth to her newborn son - at home.

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  • New location chosen for Swope's Mardi Gras partyNew location chosen for Swope's Mardi Gras party

    Enthusiasm and interest for an annual fundraiser for the Swope Art Museum has prompted a change of venue and date. The Mardi Gras party is now set for 8 to 11 p.m. Feb. 9 at The Terre Haute Brewing Co.

    Terre Haute News / 20 h. 2 min. ago
  • Oh, baby! Dispatcher knew he'd handle lots of calls — but not a special deliveryOh, baby! Dispatcher knew he'd handle lots of calls — but not a special delivery

    With snow and cold causing slippery roads Monday, Sullivan County 911 dispatcher Eric Cox fielded a slew of weather-related calls that included slide-offs, fender-benders and other emergencies.

    Tribune Star / 21 h. 3 min. ago
  • Speaking up: MLK Jr. Day guest Quiñones tells Rose-Hulman audience: Talk back to injustice, racism, intoleranceSpeaking up: MLK Jr. Day guest Quiñones tells Rose-Hulman audience: Talk back to injustice, racism, intolerance

    John Quiñones, host of ABC’s popular “What Would You Do?” television show, says it’s important for people to speak up when they witness injustice or something they know is not right.

    Tribune Star / 21 h. 3 min. ago
  • Cost to battle opioids in Indiana could be $250 millionCost to battle opioids in Indiana could be $250 million

    The mounting financial costs of Indiana's opioid battle may never lead to a clear victory but will prevent some families from paying the ultimate price for drug misuse, officials say.

    Tribune Star / 21 h. 5 min. ago
  • Man faces burglary charges in two breakins -- one while older resident was in her houseMan faces burglary charges in two breakins -- one while older resident was in her house

    A Sullivan County man arrested Sunday is accused of breaking into two homes, including the home of an elderly woman.Kyle R. Wilson, 24, of Sullivan faces charges of two counts of burglary while armed with a deadly weapon, both level…

    Tribune Star / 21 h. 5 min. ago
  • Winter playing havoc with school days, roadwaysWinter playing havoc with school days, roadways

    Wintry weather, and a wind chill advisory, were again prompting school delays and closures today.As of Monday evening, the Vigo County School Corp., St. Patrick’s School and schools in Vermillion and Parke counties were to be on a two-hour delay,…

    Tribune Star / 21 h. 6 min. ago
  • Police urging all drivers to use "extreme caution" while travelingPolice urging all drivers to use "extreme caution" while traveling

    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. People throughout the Wabash Valley are waking up to a blanket of snow.

    Terre Haute News / 1 d. 2 h. 51 min. ago
  • Alumnus Leaves Rose-Hulman $1.1-Million Bequest to Increase Diversity in ComputingAlumnus Leaves Rose-Hulman $1.1-Million Bequest to Increase Diversity in Computing

    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology alumnus Richard L. Conn's interest in impacting computer science education and the field of computer science has resulted in a $1.1-million bequest to the institute's Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering.

    Terre Haute News / 1 d. 7 h. 36 min. ago
  • Vigo County Jail Log: Jan. 14, 2018Vigo County Jail Log: Jan. 14, 2018

    The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcementSaturday and Sunday, based on jail records. Charges are recommended by arresting officers but are not final until the Vigo County prosecutor reviews the case and files official charges.

    Terre Haute News / 1 d. 10 h. 6 min. ago
  • Truck catches fire in snow driftTruck catches fire in snow drift

    A vehicle stuck in a snow drift catches fire in Vermillion County early Saturday morning. Deputies say 19 year old Brandon Hehmann of Kingman was headed east on on County Road 1650 North, about a mile east of the Pilot station. He told deputies he got stuck in the drift. He said he noticed flames on his truck when he tried to remove it. The Perrysville Volunteer Fire Department put out the fire. There were no reported injuries.

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  • Filmmaker runs 51 miles to raise support for movieFilmmaker runs 51 miles to raise support for movie

    If you were driving through or around Casey, Illinois Saturday, you may have seen a man running in the cold. He ran and ran and ran.. a total of 51 miles. Colin Bird said he kept asking himself "What have I gotten myself into?" What was he doing? He was raising support for his movie, Sojourner, to be filmed in his hometown of Casey. It will honor the life of his late father. The 51 miles he covered represent the 51 years of his father's life. The film's web site describes Sojourner as "a faith-based romantic comedy" about "a small town girl grown into world adventurer, who finds herself on a journey back home, with a secret that could dismantle the community who raised her. 

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  • Wild in the winter: It's not always a good thing to feed the crittersWild in the winter: It's not always a good thing to feed the critters

    Photo submittedDNR says don't feed the squirrels, which can lead to property damage and make them reliant on humans. The Herald Bulletin A downy woodpecker visits one of the feeders at the Mounds State Park Nature Center on Tuesday.

    Terre Haute News / 1 d. 14 h. 51 min. ago
  • Ice cream bars recalledIce cream bars recalled

    The Food and Drug Administration wants you to check your freezer for ice cream bars being recalled over listeria concerns. Fieldbrook Foods Corporation is recalling its orange cream bars and chocolate coated vanilla ice cream bars sold at several retailers, including Kroger, Meijer, Save-A-Lot, Aldi, Dollar Tree, and other stores. The FDA says the ice cream bars were sold under several store and name brands. So far, no illnesses have been reported. Customers can return the bars for a full refund. A full list of stores and affected brands is available HERE.

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  • Lunsford: A case of deja vu all over againLunsford: A case of deja vu all over again

    I wasn't the only person who thought of the infamous "Blizzard of '78" as we shivered our way through last week's replay of the Ice Age. As several of my friends and neighbors suffered with croaking furnaces, frozen water lines, and dead car batteries, I imagine they were thinking about it too, that is if they're old enough to remember the great storm.

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  • Wabash Valley under winter weather advisoryWabash Valley under winter weather advisory

    Several counties in the Wabash Valley have been put on a winter weather advisory for tonight into tomorrow afternoon. See the full advisory below: a WHAT...Snow expected.

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  • State seeks nominations for century, half-century business awardsState seeks nominations for century, half-century business awards

    The state of Indiana is accepting nominations for the Governor's Century and Half Century Business Awards, which honor Hoosier businesses that have remained in operation for at least 100 or 50 years, respectively, and have demonstrated a commitment to serving the community. Gov. Eric J. Holcomb will recognize award winners and present a commemorative certificate during a ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse in the spring.

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  • Alzheimer's Association expands services to Terre Haute - Terre Haute Tribune StarAlzheimer's Association expands services to Terre Haute - Terre Haute Tribune Star

    Alzheimer's Association expands services to Terre HauteTerre Haute Tribune StarThis year, the Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter expanded its Care Consultation services to six new locations throughout Indiana – in addition to the consultations currently held at the Alzheimer's Association chapter offices in ...and more »

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  • The Macy's Terre Haute location is in the closing process, that will change your shopping options at the local store - WTHITV.comThe Macy's Terre Haute location is in the closing process, that will change your shopping options at the local store - WTHITV.com

    WTHITV.comThe Macy's Terre Haute location is in the closing process, that will change your shopping options at the local storeWTHITV.comRecently, we told you that the Macy's location at Honey Creek Mall will close in March. Posted: Jan. 12, 2018 6:29 PM. Updated: Jan. 12, 2018 10:41 PM. Posted By: Staff Report. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email ...Terre Haute man faces federal robbery chargesTerre Haute Tribune Starall 16 news articles »

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  • Loudermilk to run for House seatLoudermilk to run for House seat

    Terre Haute Arson Investigator Norm Loudermilk will run for State Representative from the 43rd District. Loudermilk served 20 years on the Terre Haute City Council. He says he wants to take his knowledge on local government to the state level. He spoke about about Indiana's priorities addressed by Governor Eric Holcomb, such as school funding, the opioid crisis and taxes. He says his experience in government, and his service in the military, and in law enforcement make him the right man to tackle those issues. The 43rd House seat is currently held by Representative Clyde Kersey, who is retiring at the end of his term.

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  • City Council okays $4,000,000 loanCity Council okays $4,000,000 loan

    The Terre Haute City Council is taking a Tax Anticipation Warrant Loan. It'll allow the city to get four million dollar loan, to pay for upcoming expenses. The loan will be paid back after tax revenue and grants from the federal government are received. Mayor Bennett told the council he hopes to close on the loan, in February. The council also approved a three percent salary increase for wastewater treatment employees, pending approval by the Sanitary Board. The council also changed its meeting schedule. It will now have two regular meetings each month. Public comments will be allowed at both meetings.

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  • Tanning in salons could be banned for anyone under 18Tanning in salons could be banned for anyone under 18

    Tanning salons would be off-limits to minors if a bill the Senate is considering becomes law: The bill does allow exceptions for certain medical procedures. Four years ago, legislators banned kids under 16 from tanning parlors, and required 16-and-17-year-olds to have parental consent. Dermatologist Carrie Davis says every exposure to tanning beds increases your risk of skin cancer, and says the state should do the same thing it does with cigarettes and limit them to adults, with no parental exception.

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  • Chicago-area murder victim was Terre Haute native - Terre Haute Tribune StarChicago-area murder victim was Terre Haute native - Terre Haute Tribune Star

    Terre Haute Tribune StarChicago-area murder victim was Terre Haute nativeTerre Haute Tribune StarVanLandingham lived in Terre Haute for many years and attended Dixie Bee Elementary and Honey Creek Middle school before attending high school at Culver Girls Academy in northern Indiana. Her family later moved to Kansas. Her parents are Shannon Penny ...

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  • Crews unearth human skull at Terre Haute construction site - WTHITV.comCrews unearth human skull at Terre Haute construction site - WTHITV.com

    WTHITV.comCrews unearth human skull at Terre Haute construction siteWTHITV.comNews 10 has learned crews were digging at the former Icon Property Building on 1st Street on Thursday. Posted: Jan. 11, 2018 5:03 PM. Updated: Jan. 11, 2018 7:10 PM. Posted By: Staff Report. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter ...and more »

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  • Cloverdale woman dies in pondCloverdale woman dies in pond

    One woman is dead after her vehicle plunged into a pond in Putnam County. It happened at US 231 and County Road 1300 South, shortly after The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from someone who reported being run off the road by another vehicle in the area of this event. Officers of the Indiana State Police, Cloverdale Police Department and Putnam County Sheriff's Office tried to rescue the woman. They broke out a window and pulled her from the car, then tried and revive her. She was later pronouced dead at the hospital. The Putnam County Coroner identified the victim as 56-year-old Lavada Anne Boyette of Cloverdale. An autopsy is scheduled for this (Thursday) morning.

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  • Clay County man charged with attemped murderClay County man charged with attemped murder

    Sheriff's officials say a Clay County man was intoxicated when he barricaded himself in his home and began making suicidal threats. 45-year-old Michael Conley of Knightsville reportedly fired several shots inside the house during a three-hour-standoff. He also reportedly fired at officers, and taunted them to shoot him. He finally surrendered without incident. He was checked out at the hospital, and then was taken to the Clay County Justice Center to be held for a mental evaluation. Prosecutors say Conley will be charged with seven counts of attempted murder, and one count of intimidation while armed with a deadly weapon.

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  • Sunday alcohol sales proposals moving through state houseSunday alcohol sales proposals moving through state house

    Lawmakers at the state house in Indianapolis were talking Sunday alcohol sales Wednesday, in both chambers of the legislature. The Senate version of the Sunday alcohol sales bill was approved in committee by a vote of 9 to zero. Both the House and Senate versions of the bill would allow alcohol sales in grocery, convenience, liquor and drug stores from noon to 8pm. The authors of both bills say they expect action sometime next week. Liquor stores have fought Sunday sales for years, predicting as many as a quarter of Indiana liquor stores could go out of business. But they did an about-face last fall to join supermarkets in supporting it, while supermarkets abandoned their push to be allowed to sell beer cold. Crown Liquors' John Sinder, the chairman of the Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers, says the business is consumer-driven, and liquor store customers said they wanted to be able to purchase alcohol any day of the week. One of the companies on hand to show its its support for the bill was Kroger, which operates close to 100 supermarkets stores in Indiana, as well as other specialty grocery stores under other brand names.  

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  • 'We're all united' Terre Haute to host Day of Racial Healing - WTHITV.com'We're all united' Terre Haute to host Day of Racial Healing - WTHITV.com

    WTHITV.com'We're all united' Terre Haute to host Day of Racial HealingWTHITV.comDuley, a teacher and Terre Haute native, has created groups catered to diversity and equality. Within the last year and a half, Duley and others from Central Christian Church created the Social Justice League. The group, made up of 15-20 people, meets ...Terre Haute North seeks Polaris Award nominations for outstanding PatriotsTerre Haute Tribune Starall 18 news articles »

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  • Vincennes wants to expand connectivityVincennes wants to expand connectivity

    Vincennes wants to tech-up the city's downtown. Officials want to upgrade the free wi-fi, and add public charging stations, and ports for electronic devices. Currently the Wi-fi coverage is inconsistent. and does not have a defined range. In the downtown area, the Riverwalk and parks would get the proposed updates. 

    WIBQ / 6 d. 10 h. 40 min. ago
  • Citizens want details on assessmentCitizens want details on assessment

    A large crowd turned out at the Vigo County Commissioners meeting, asking for public disclosure of an independent needs assessment for the Vigo County Jail. The last needs assessment was done in 2005. The commissioners are working with members of the council to hold interviews for potential contractors. County Attorney Michael Wright says that as long as the vendors agree to their proposal being made public, the county will publish them. The assessment will put the county one step closer to finalizing a plan for the jail.

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  • Former City Engineer announces he will run for Mayor of Terre Haute in 2019 - WTHITV.comFormer City Engineer announces he will run for Mayor of Terre Haute in 2019 - WTHITV.com

    WTHITV.comFormer City Engineer announces he will run for Mayor of Terre Haute in 2019WTHITV.comI spent most of my early career as an engineer for the city of Terre Haute. In 1999 I earned my Professional Engineer's license, and thereafter worked as City Engineer for three different mayors. During my time there, we modernized the department ...Goodwin, former city engineer, to run for Terre Haute mayorTerre Haute Tribune StarTerre Haute Businessman Announces Bid For MayorIndiana Public Mediaall 6 news articles »

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  • Local business expanding and bringing Terre Haute a new pop up restaurant - WTHITV.comLocal business expanding and bringing Terre Haute a new pop up restaurant - WTHITV.com

    WTHITV.comLocal business expanding and bringing Terre Haute a new pop up restaurantWTHITV.com... pop-up restaurant in Terre Haute. You'll find it at the Sycamore Farm on Poplar Street. The Butler's Pantry Food Company runs the restaurant. You may know the business from its catering operation. The owner says this seasonal restaurant allows the ...Terre Haute Macy's to CloseMyWabashValleyall 12 news articles »

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  • Terre Haute man arrested for reckless driving - Terre Haute Tribune StarTerre Haute man arrested for reckless driving - Terre Haute Tribune Star

    Terre Haute man arrested for reckless drivingTerre Haute Tribune StarA Terre Haute man was arrested in Vermillion County early Friday morning for traveling nearly double the speed limit on Indiana 63. Abdulaziz Saleh Alowais, 34, of Terre Haute, was arrested after Vermillion County Sheriff''s Deputy Brian Fagg observed ...

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