Get ready to put your orange on! This Friday, you will want to make a point to wear orange.
Construction work is changing the landscape on Cherry Street in downtown Terre Haute.
Indiana State University wants to continue the conversation about unity.
Park officials cut the ribbon on a special project at Dobbs Park in Terre Haute.
The Vigo County School Corporation received a written notification of Paula Shahadey’s retirement Monday night.
They might not be cranking out blockbuster movies, but a Wabash Valley film making group is certainly creating a buzz.
John Holley has spent the last 46 years living with and managing his Type I diabetes.
Whether you’re an outdoors-man or just need some quiet after election week, now is a great time to get out and enjoy nature.
New details in the case of a Vigo County man accused of murdering his own brother.
On Friday, News 10 will take part in an important yearly tradition to help local children.
Illinois State Police reports Interstate 70 westbound just west of St. Elmo is down to one lane due to a semi rollover.
A new social media trend stops some folks in their tracks in Terre Haute.
The Parke County Sheriff’s Office has released additional information in regards to a recent home invasion near Rockville.
November is National Diabetes Month. News 10 went blue to help raise awareness for the disease.
Despite neighborhood backlash, plans move forward in the relocation of a popular weekend hangout in Terre Haute.
CANDLES – the local Holocaust museum in Terre Haute, presents “Ida Kersz: Hidden child during the holocaust.”
On Saturday night Terre Haute Police were called to Columbia Home Products for a burglary. According to court documents, Henry and Cooper II…
Indiana Conservation Officers report a 15-year-old male was injured Sunday evening after falling from a tree stand.