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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
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

Terre Haute News
Local police probe 5 shootings in 24 hours

Close call: Late Sunday evening a man who had been shot in the back of the head while driving, lost consciousness and his vehicle struck Ouabache School. He was taken to the hospital and treated for non life threatening injuries.

Cayuga man faces home improvement fraud charge

A Cayuga man has been arrested in a case of home improvement fraud, according to a news release Monday from Sheriff Mike Phelps. The arrest of Gregory Weaver, 62, capped a more than month-long investigation by Deputy Nick Hall after a report was filed by Newport resident on Sept.

10 Things to Know for Monday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today, Oct. 23. More than half of the victims, many of whom are believed to have been killed by Islamic State militants, were found shot and dumped in a shaft in Homs province. And the next step would be tax reform, which the president warns is crucial to avoiding political failure in 2018.

One of three Shelburn fire victims identified

Sullivan County Coroner Mary Ann Dudley has identified one of three victims who died in a house fire Saturday morning. Patsy Hughes, 60, of Shelburn, died of smoke inhalation.

Police investigate motorist shooting near Sixth Street and Maple Avenue

A man shot in the head Sunday evening while driving on Sixth Street is being treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. A man shot in the head Sunday evening while driving on Sixth Street is being treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

One injured in early Sunday gunfire incident near 4th & Hulman streets

Terre Haute Police report the woman was taken to a local hospital after she notices "a sharp pain and blood" after gunshots were fired inside and outside a house at 1647 S. Fourth Street. Police were called to the scene about 12:30 a.m. Sunday to find a party by Indiana State University students had ended with gunfire.

THPD investigating multiple gunshot reports

A news release from Terre Haute Police report officers responded at 4:30 a.m. to the area of Third and Oak Street on a report of shots fired. "Upon arrival it was found that there had been shots fired at several different locations, however it is believe that they are all connected," according to THPD.

ISUPD investigating apparent shooting

A message was sent to students, faculty and staff around 10 p.m. saying a shooting victim had been found between Blumberg and Cromwell halls and urging people to avoid the area. No other information is available.

Indiana school voucher debate continues

Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaTwo-fifths of a cake: Sixth-grade math teacher Olivia Goulding encourages her students about fractions as they explain the concept back to her during her class at St. Patrick School on Wednesday. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaLearning about the enlightenment: Samuel Saunders, an eighth-grade student at St. Patrick School, takes notes during teacher Sabrina Burdick's social studies class on Wednesday at the school.

Eva Kor shares message of hope, forgiveness at IUK

Tribune-Star file/Joseph C. Garza Telling her story: Eva Kor speaks to a crowd about her inspirational story. Kor visited Indiana University Kokomo last week to speak to students and staff.

Bogus bills passed at Covered Bridge Fest

One person was arrested last weekend in connection with counterfeit money being passed at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival. Several merchants operating booths in Bellmore and Mansfield reported Tuesday and again Saturday that a woman used bogus $20 bills to pay for merchandise.

Sometimes, you simply follow the meandering book

Class: The writer's humanities students as they enjoyed time in the woods near Riverton Parke High School are, from left, T.J. Rutan, Alexis Guoli, Addie Moeller, Kendall Gill, Jordan Nightingale, Cassie Fellows, Brogan Sanders, Brock Oxford, Tyler Metheny, Josie Eslinger, Britini VanVolkenburg, and Sydney Fischer; Haley Higgins is also a member of the class. Class: The writer's humanities students as they enjoyed time in the woods near Riverton Parke High School are, from left, T.J. Rutan, Alexis Guoli, Addie Moeller, Kendall Gill, Jordan Nightingale, Cassie Fellows, Brogan Sanders, Brock Oxford, Tyler Metheny, Josie Eslinger, Britini VanVolkenburg, and Sydney Fischer; Haley Higgins is also a member of the class.

School board to consider financial adviser, $2 million bond issue

On Monday, the Vigo County School Board will be asked to approve an agreement with a financial adviser as part of the district's preparation for a proposed referendum to address high school facility needs. The agreement would be with Umbaugh & Associates at a cost not to exceed $50,000 for fees and expenses, unless the board authorizes additional expenses.

A Presidential Bellwether Is Still Waiting to Start Winning Under Trump

Not at the Crossroads Cafe, where regulars pick at politics over breakfast. Not at the Rotary Club, where the meeting dutifully opens with the invocation, Pledge of Allegiance and four-way test for ethical behavior.

Indiana State alumni reconnect at parade, tent city

Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza He has the ballon and now the candy: Six-year-old Aaric Lewis of Shelburn grabs a package of candy thrown out by one of the entries in the Indiana State University homecoming parade on Saturday on Wabash Avenue. Lewis was attending the parade with family members Tracey and Bill Drappo.

Morton Marcus: Local assets key the future

That was Faye of the Forest, a sprite sitting on the rail of the deck overlooking our trees and creek. Her newly blue and blonde hair was down to her shoulders in ringlets.

Social Security: Social Security announces 2.0 percent benefit increase for 2018

Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for more than 66 million Americans will increase 2.0 percent in 2018, the Social Security Administration recently announced. The 2.0 percent cost-of-living adjustment will begin with benefits payable to more than 61 million Social Security beneficiaries in January 2018.

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