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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.
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Local Colleges: Indiana State University Saint Mary of the Woods College
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Election board in Donnelly's home county challenges signatures for Braun
The election board in the home county of Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly wants an investigation into whether Republican candidate Mike Brain filed bogus signatures to get on the primary ballot. The South Bend Tribune reported the St. Joseph County Election Board, composed of two Democrats and one Republican, voted unanimously Thursday to ask the county prosecutor, Indiana State Police and the Indiana attorney general for the investigation after its review of signatures allegedly found discrepancies, including signers who were not registered voters.Ram trucks recalled to fix problem with gear shifters
Fiat Chrysler is recalling about 229,000 Ram trucks, mostly in North America, because they can be shifted out of park without a key in the ignition or a foot on the brake. The recall covers certain 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickups.Florida school shooting sparks conversation, many look to elected officials
"We need to make it much more difficult for people to obtain those types of weapons. We're not talking about a single shot rifle," said Will Hine, Terre Haute resident.Parke County chase ends in crash, arrest
A Montezuma man was injured Friday morning after police said he stole a vehicle and led them on a chase. A man called police at 6:10 a.m. to report someone had stolen his 2003 Dodge Neon while he was at work in Montezuma, according to the Parke County Sheriff's Department.Convicted killer indicted in decades cold murder case
Mary Osborne entered the sanctuary of the First Church of God the morning of Dec. 28, 1972, to set out the trash on garbage collection day in this southernmost West Virginia community. But on this day, she was bludgeoned to death with a hammer by a mysterious assailant -- until this week when the Mercer County Grand Jury indicted a state prison inmate for Mary Osborne's murder.Students file federal lawsuit against Northeast School Corp. and North Central High School
The students allege the school failed to respond appropriately by allowing harassment and bullying by a male student and others. News 10 received the federal document earlier this week.Tickets issued to drivers: winter vs. summer
News 10 gathered all the traffic violations for the first week in January of 2018. Then, we asked for the same charges, six months prior to that in June.a Unconstitutionala dead-voter bill done this session
An Indiana House committee chairman from Columbus said he reluctantly plans to block a bill submitted by another Bartholomew County legislator that in some instances would allow the votes of dead people to count. State Sen. Greg Walker, R-Columbus, a co-author of Senate Bill 155, said he agrees with the decision by State Rep. Milo Smith, chairman of the House Elections and Apportionment Committee.Mark Bennett: As Girl Scouting grows locally, so does Terre Haute's future
Courtesy Girl Scouts of Central IndianaExperimenting: Danielle Shockey, the new CEO of the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, talks with two youngsters participating in a STEM workshop. Shockey had experience in STEM education in her previous work as deputy superintendent of public instruction in Indiana.Fees deemed reasonable in confined animal operation dispute
The fate of the state's industry for confined animal feeding operations, or CAFOs, might have been hinging on a decision issued Wednesday by the Indiana Court of Appeals. At issue was whether a group of neighbors protesting a CAFO in Hendricks County should have to pay high attorney fees to the groups supporting the CAFO.Terre Haute Chamber partners with surrounding communities in new partnership
The Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce is kicking off a new partnership to help businesses in this city and surrounding communities. It's a way for the chamber to reach out and partner with chambers from Parke, Vermillion, and Sullivan Counties.Muncie police seek 8 who stole $6K in merchandise from store
Police are seeking the public's help in finding eight people who were captured on video brazenly stealing $6,000 in merchandise from a Muncie store. Muncie police sought tips in the case Wednesday after releasing surveillance videos showing seven people entering a Victoria's Secret store at the Muncie Mall and swiftly filling plastic bags with clothing before fleeing.INDOT takes customer service to the next level with INDOT4U
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced today the launch of INDOT4U, a new model for customer service that makes it easier than ever for customers to contact the agency, and get questions answered and problems resolved. With a statewide customer service center in place, motorists now have a single point of contact to report a concern, obtain information or provide feedback to INDOT.Illinois governor orders flags lowered in honor of fallen police commander
Gov. Bruce Rauner has directed all entities governed by the Illinois Flag Display Act to fly both the United States and Illinois state flags at half-staff in remembrance of Chicago Police Commander Paul R. Bauer. Bauer, a 31-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, was killed in the line of duty Tuesday during a struggle with a suspect outside the James R. Thompson Center, in downtown Chicago.Authorities: Bodies of 2 ice fishermen found at Indiana pond
The Madison County sheriff's department says the bodies were found around midnight Tuesday at Camp Kikthawenund near Frankton, about 35 miles northeast of Indianapolis. The Madison County coroner's office identified the men as 44-year-old Ed Bollman and 77-year-old Roger Chezem, both of Anderson.Student who alleges rape sues school district
A federal lawsuit against the Northeast School Corp. alleges the Sullivan County school district allowed the bullying and harassment of two female students at North Central High School by a male student and his friends after an alleged sexual assault. Filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, the complaint alleges a female student was raped by two males in December 2014 at a location in Sullivan.Ferree withdraws from sheriff's race
Ferree said he withdrew his candidacy on Feb. 9 "because my cancer came back. I have non-Hodgkins lymphoma, and I have to take care of it," he said.
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