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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
Zip Codes associated with terre haute, indiana:
47802 47803 47804 47805 47807
Towns/Cities near terre haute, indiana : Brazil Rosedale Riley Clinton Farmersburg Rockville
Columnist stuck between a soft maple and a hard place
Submitted photoNot forgotten: For years, the silver maple was a nagging tooth of tree. But now absent from his yard, columnist Mike Lunsford said he misses it.Sullivan man arrested in pickup truck theft
A Sullivan man who led police on a foot chase Friday night faces charges of motor vehicle theft and fleeing police. Jeffrey Meier, 55, is suspected in the theft of a Dodge Cummins diesel pickup truck Tuesday from a home just north of Shelburn, according to a news release from Sullivan County Sheriff Clark Cottom.Newsmaker
Shelton lives in Terre Haute and works as vice president and senior business development officer with Old National Bank. He has previously worked as senior executive with several university fundraising divisions.Morton Marcus: The reasons for and irrationality of regions
Americans love regions - aggregations of contiguous counties or states. Corporations, governments, trade associations, sports leagues and more, divide themselves into groupings of such units.'Jeopardy!' winner could get prison for sneaking into emails
In this Oct. 2012 photo, Stephanie Jass of Tecumseh, Mich., poses at Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. The former "Jeopardy!" winner has been charged with illegally accessing co-workers' email accounts at a small Michigan college.Community Band fills the air with music for families
The Terre Haute Community Band played for it's annual children's concert, but it wasn't just for kids! Everyone in the family no matter their age could enjoy the fun. The band played music from Disney movies and The Beatles.Police: 1 dead, 1 arrested in Rockville stabbing
The Terre Haute Tribune Star reports 42-year-old Shane Skelton died at a hospital in Clinton after the Friday afternoon stabbing. Rockville police say 38-year-old Dana M. Harris was arrested and charged with felony reckless homicide and voluntary manslaughter.Police: Brother of NBA player Zach Randolph killed in Marion
Police say Roger Randolph, brother of Sacramento Kings player Zach Randolph, was killed when gunfire erupted about 5 a.m. Saturday at Hop's Blues Room. Investigators have not said what led to the shooting.Indiana schools, communities take lead on school safety
After several school shootings across the U.S., Indiana communities and school officials say the issue of school safety is so important that they plan on taking matters into their own hands because state lawmakers may be slow to act. "We can't wait for the state or federal government," said Danny Tanoos, superintendent at Vigo County School Corporation in Terre Haute.Fake IRS callers shouldn't be taken seriously
Reports of callers pretending to be Internal Revenue Service employees threatening arrests if Wabash Valley residents don't fork over cash seem prevalent of late, and the con is as bogus as it's ever been. Real law enforcement officials say don't fall for these pretenders, because the IRS never requests payments over the phone.Flowers spruce up downtown Terre Haute
Tribune-Star/Joseph C. GarzaBringing more life to downtown: A flower box in front of Ararcari Kitchen features flowers both natural and artifical off of Wabash Avenue. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza Prime real estate: The flower box near the intersection of Sixth Street and Wabash Avenue is full of bright red blooms and is sponsored by Century 21 Advantage.Illinois troopers: Driver arrested in I-70 fatality
Illinois State Police said Friday they have identified and arrested the driver thought to be involved in a fatal accident that occurred about 8:50 p.m. Wednesday on eastbound Interstate 70 near milepost 55.5 in Fayette County. Ray L. Ryan, 60, of Buffalo, Missouri, has been arrested on a charge of failure to report an accident involving personal injury or death, troopers said in a news release.Weekend Diversity Walk promotes inclusion
Organizers with Terre Haute Tomorrow and the Hamilton Center say more and more people come out to the event each year. Last year fifteen hundred people showed up.City Council wants action on convention center
The Terre Haute City Council unanimously approves a resolution in support of a new convention center. The Council wants the Vigo County Council to implement a one percent food and beverage tax, under a new bill signed into law last month by Governor Eric Holcomb.Authorities search southern Indiana river for missing boy
Authorities say a 6-year-old boy is missing after being swept away in a southern Indiana river while playing on a sandbar with family members. The search of the Flatrock River started Thursday afternoon.Federal inmate fails to arrive at halfway house, sought
A federal inmate released Tuesday from the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute is now considered an escapee after he failed to show up at a residential re-entry center in Missouri. Shannon Wren, 39, is described as a white male with brown eyes, brown hair, weighing 180 pounds and standing five-feet, 11 inches tall.Boy rescued from burning Indiana house; 3 officers hurt
Authorities say three police officers were hurt while trying to rescue a 3-year-old boy from a burning house in northeastern Indiana. Angola Fire Department spokesman TR Hagerty tells WANE-TV that firefighters found the boy in a bedroom early Thursday.
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