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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.
Local Newspapers: Tribune Star
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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
Colton Murray of Terre Haute passes away
Tribune-Star file/Austen Leake#ColtonStrong: Colton Murray's Colton Strong social media presence kept the entire community up to date on his situation. Tribune-Star file/Austen LeakeFamily: Colton Murray sits with his brother Hayden and parents Matt and Kim Murray.Four hurt, one airlifted, after crash in Brazil
Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaDamaged history: A monument for Brazil Senior High School was damaged when a motorist hit it as he fled police after a traffic stop on Friday in Brazil near the Clay County YMCA. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaDamaged history: A monument for Brazil Senior High School was damaged when a motorist hit it as he fled police after a traffic stop on Friday in Brazil near the Clay County YMCA.Errors in online reviews bust the trust, study says
As shoppers turn more to online purchases, a recent study found consumers are less likely to trust online reviews that have errors and typos. "We found that either [errors or typos] decreased perceived expertise," said Anthony Cox, one of the researchers at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.Clinton woman arrested after Lyford crash
A Clinton woman was arrested following a Thursday crash on U.S. 41 near Second Street in Lyford in southern Parke County. Frankie M. Cox, 24, was arrested on a charge of leaving the scene of a property damage accident, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and false informing.$5,000 reward offered in the case of missing Terre Haute woman
Terre Haute Police are reporting that there is now a $5,000 reward being offered in connection to a case of a missing Terre Haute woman. Alica "Anita" Oswald went missing on the afternoon of Nov. 9 after she was last seen at a heating and cooling business on Maple Avenue that afternoon.$5,000 reward in search for missing Terre Haute woman
Missing: Authorities believe Alice Anita Oswald was driving a burgundy Honda CRV similar to the one in this stock photo at the time of her disappearance. Anyone who has seen such a vehicle in a new or unusual place is asked to call Terre Haute Police Department at 812-238-1661.Avoiding holiday scams
VIGO COUNTY, Ind. In November, we brought you a story involving a Terre Haute woman.VERDICT: Jury makes decision in Franklin Fennell trial
The jury is working to decide whether Fennell is guilty of wire fraud, theft of government funds and lying to federal agents. News 10's Jon Swaner is at the federal courthouse in Indianapolis.Red Kettle campaign almost halfway to goal
With only 12 days remaining in the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign, the organization has raised a little over 120-thousand dollars. While the Christmas Goal is $250,000, officials say they must take in a minimum of $213,000 to avoid cuts to community services.Vigo County Jail Log: Dec. 12, 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.More than 10,000 pounds of food goes to charities
Tribune-Star/Austen LeakeQuite the haul: John Funkhouser from Sony DADC and Boo Lloyd , organizer of the Miracle on 7th Street, stand by the food donations from Sony DADC employees that were distributed to charities on Monday. Tribune-Star/Austen Leake Ready to go: A Coca-Cola Vending truck is loaded with donated food from Sony DADC employees on Monday afternoon.Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2017: 'Feminism'
This may or may not come as a surprise: Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2017 is "feminism." Yes, it's been a big year or two or 100 for the word.10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today, Dec. 12. A would-be suicide bomber's rush-hour blast in the New York City subway system is adding new fuel to the president's push to limit immigration based on family ties. More than 50 world leaders are joining bankers, energy magnates and others in Paris for a summit that France's president hopes will give new momentum to the fight against global warming with the U.S. and Trump sidelined.Indiana addresses potential water crisis
Officials in Indiana are trying to prevent a water crisis as both supply and infrastructure are inadequate for future needs. The Journal Gazette reports that a 2016 survey found that Indiana utilities have an immediate need for $2.26 billion to replace water meters, hydrants, water mains, treatment plants, wells and other physical infrastructure.City panel approves increase in towing fees
The city's Board of Public Works and Safety Monday approved a $25 increase, effective Jan. 1. The cost of towing a car being impounded by police will go to $100 and a car involved in an accident to $125. Storage fees will increase from the current $15 per day to $20 per day.Fennell's defense: It was the other guys
In court: The federal trial of former Vigo County School Corp. administrator Franklin Fennell started this morning in Indianapolis. Tribune-Star file/Joseph C. Garza In court: The federal trial of former Vigo County School Corp. administrator Franklin Fennell started this morning in Indianapolis.Vigo County Jail Log: Dec. 11, 2017
The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement Sunday and Monday, 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.
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