A bizarre morning for residents in Knightsville.
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It might be February, but it again certainly doesn’t feel like it today.
An unusually warm February feels nice, but it might not feel so nice when you’re shelling out more money later this year.
Some dogs and cats from the Terre Haute Humane Society are on their way to what hopefully turns into a forever home.
The Terre Haute Police Department building was a work site Thursday.
Vermillion County is one of the longest counties in Indiana and that distance could mean the difference between life and death.
Many of the minor problems we showed you at the Terre Haute Police Department Tuesday have been repaired.
A small fire outside the Terre Haute Police Department last week brings to light some issues on the inside.
Students at Indiana State University prepare to hold a candlelight vigil in the name of unity.
Zak Alqoraish is from Saudi Arabia which isn’t impacted by the ban, but understands what it means for the countries that are.
Aches, fever, sore throat, those are just a few of the long list of symptoms that come along with the flu.
It was a full house Thursday as Terre Haute residents got to sound off on the proposed casino.
It’s for a stretch of area along state road 46 that is being designated a commercial hub.
Many heated Terre Haute City Council meetings took place in the fall of 2016.
It’s that time of year when many start to get sick.
This time last year Brianne Jerrels with Greene County Economic Development was talking about high unemployment rates.
Honoring the service of our military veterans is the mission of one local group.
Mayor Brian Wyndham stood before a crowded room Tuesday afternoon. All to update the citizens of Brazil with what happened in 2016.