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About: terre haute, indiana

The name Terre Haute is French for high land because of the plateau-like area near the Wabash River. Today, the city is the location of the nation's federal death row. The city's famous "Four-Cornered" race track was the site of over 20 world harness racing records.

Population: 59614
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Local Colleges: Indiana State University Saint Mary of the Woods College

Zip Codes associated with terre haute, indiana: 47802 47803 47804 47805 47807
Towns/Cities near terre haute, indiana : Brazil Rosedale Riley Clinton Farmersburg Rockville

Terre Haute News
Surge in driver's license renewals expected in 2018

Next year, nearly 1 million more Hoosiers than is typical are expected to seek renewals of their driver's licenses, and Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles officials are bracing for the increase. In addition to online renewals, suspensions and residents who moved from the state, the BMV estimates about 460,000 more credential transactions will take place at BMV branches than in 2017, Bonick said.

Family receives outpouring of help after deaths of 3 in bus wreck

Left to right: Khloe Lewis, Orlando Lewis, Jr., Shante Pettus-Lewis, Rose Ann Kelly-Pettus and Mark Burns, Jr. Submitted Messages of support have been pouring in to family members of three Greenwood residents killed in a crash over the weekend, testimony of the impact they had on others. Kale Walker lost his aunt, his cousin and her husband in the crash, and in the days since, he has gotten hundreds of messages of support, he said.

Plea deal reached in burglaries, shooting

A plea agreement accepted Wednesday during trial will give a Danville, Illinois, man a 40-year prison sentence for a shooting and two burglaries that occurred in January. Wright was on trial this week for a Jan. 13 burglary and shooting at a house on Woodlawn Avenue in Terre Haute, as well as a Jan. 11 break-in in which a woman staying in the same house was battered while three men ransacked the house.

Three local fire departments get state grants

Rural and volunteer fire departments from 39 counties across Indiana have been awarded more than $250,000 in volunteer fire assistance grants. Fire departments in the Wabash Valley receiving grants in 2017, the amount of the grant, and the project category are: The grants, announced by DNR Director Cameron Clark, are administered by the DNR Division of Forestry and made available through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.

Coroner releases name of semi driver killed on Friday

Clay County Coroner Nicholas French on Wednesday released the name of the semi driver killed in Friday's crash on Interstate 70. Valeri Barbaros, 35, of Sacramento, California, died at the scene of a six-vehicle accident near the west bound 26-mile marker about 6:30 p.m. on July 21. Barbaros was taken to Regional Hospital Monday where, under the authority of French and the Clay County Coroner's office, Dr. Roland Kohr performed the autopsy. Police said traffic was slowing for another wreck near the 25-mile marker when Barbaros, failing to slow, barreled into the rear of another semi, starting a chain reaction.

Lawsuit alleges 'pay-to-play' in Terre Haute

A federal lawsuit filed by a company involved in an aborted sludge-to-diesel project points fingers at Terre Haute city officials, alleging a "pay-to-play" scheme for awarding contracts. Overseas Lease Group, a New Jersey-based company, has filed suit against Plocher Construction Co.

U.S. Muslims see friendly neighbors, but a foe in White House

U.S. Muslims say they have experienced widespread suspicion about their faith in the first months of Donald Trump's presidency, but also have received more support from individual Americans, and remain hopeful they can eventually be fully accepted in American society, a new survey finds. Nearly three-quarters of U.S. Muslims view Trump as unfriendly to them, according to a Pew Research Center report released Wednesday.

One Person Killed In Car/Motorcycle Accident

Terre Haute, Ind Terre Haute Police were called to a car motorcycle accident Tuesday around 10:45 pm were dispatched to Fruitridge and 3rd Parkway. Officers say that 45 year old Michelle R Morgan had been a passenger on the back of a motorcycle and was laying the in middle of the street with what appeared to be a head and leg wound.

Indiana sheriff's deputy suspended over police dog's death

A northeastern Indiana sheriff's deputy has been suspended over the death of a police dog after it was left inside his hot patrol car. The DeKalb County Sheriff's Department says Deputy Courtney Fuller will be suspended without pay for 30 days.

Illinois lawmakers head to Capitol in school funding fight

State Senate Republic Leader Bill Brady, left, listens as Gov. Bruce Rauner discusses school funding in the state during a news conference on Monday, July 24, 2017, in Chicago. Rauner reiterated his call on Monday morning for Illinois lawmakers to send him a school funding overhaul by noon, saying he will call a special session this week if it's not on his desk.

Officials in Will County conduct sweep targeting gangs

Authorities say they've made several arrests, seized 31 illegal guns and more than 200 grams of cocaine in Will County in an operation targeting area street gangs. In a news release, the county's state's attorney's office says more than 100 law enforcement officials from local and federal agencies conducted a sweep on Tuesday.

Indiana county pays ex-inmates $1.23M in mistreatment case

A southern Indiana county has paid a $1.23 million settlement to former inmates who say they were mistreated at a county jail in Indiana. More than 30 of the 220 former Floyd County Jail inmates who were allegedly mistreated have come forward to receive part of the settlement money, the Jeffersonville News and Tribune reported.

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today, July 25. The 80-year-old Arizona Republican, undergoing treatment for brain cancer, will be back in Washington for the critical roll call on beginning debate on the legislation, but it remains an uphill battle for Republicans. Trump's son-in-law and adviser will return to Capitol Hill for a closed-door conversation with lawmakers on the House intelligence committee after denying collusion with Russia.

Camp Navigate gets international visitors

Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaThe joy of a juice packet transcends any language: After he properly introduced himself, a skill he has learned at Camp Navigate, camper Dawson Stumbaugh, 7, relaxed with visitors Jay Weng, 15, and Albert Liu, 9, at the Wigwam Skate Center with a juice packet on Monday. Weng and Liu are part of a group from Taiwan led by Indiana State University graduate Lisa Tsai who decided to see for herself what Camp Navigate is all about.

Vigo County Jail Log: July 25, 2017

The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement Monday and Tuesday, 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.

Indiana court rules against alcohol distributor's affiliate

The Indiana Supreme Court has denied an affiliate company of the state's largest beer and wine distributor the ability to distribute liquor. Indiana is the only state in the U.S. that doesn't allow wholesalers to distribute both beer and liquor.

Plans move ahead on new Indianapolis criminal justice center

Plans are moving forward on Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett's proposal for a new criminal justice center that would include a jail and assessment center to treat people with mental illness and drug addictions. The Indianapolis Star reports the City-County Council of Marion County and Indianapolis on Monday approved the Hogsett administration's request for $20 million for planning and design work on a project that could cost up to $575 million.

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