The current vacant building that sits on 7th street in Downtown Terre Haute is being brought back to life.
The Bayh College of Education held student teaching mock interviews on Friday afternoon.
Volunteers and workers watched as parts of the building were taken down.
When police arrived on the scene of the shooting, the victim told police he was in a verbal argument with a man named Joshua Fields.
A former downtown car lot makes way for a new, or a not so new place to eat.
A local non-profit organization held its annual dinner to honor those who help kids in the community throughout the year.
Driver taken into police custody
You might recognize Barry Petersen from the CBS National News.
Judge Michael Rader found himself back before television cameras on Thursday, calling a news conference to clear up what he called “misinfor…
One public library in the Wabash Valley has designed a program aimed at getting a different crowd to turn the page on an educational summer …
If you noticed long lines at Jimmy John’s on Thursday..well, there was a good reason.
Most cities across the United States had a red light district. Terre Haute was no different. Well…maybe it was a little different. That wa…
Thursday’s practice centered around a make believe bombing at an air show…or another outdoor event.
It’s been a staple of the Terre Haute community for several decades. This time of year area families’ look forward to diving in the Deming P…