BRAZIL, Ind. (WTHI) - One little girl is honored for her courageous efforts, after surviving a fire.
Last year, 7-year-old Carmen Schleppy of Brazil, suffered severe burns to 60 percent of her body after her skirt caught on fire.
Riley Children's Foundation recently chose Carmen as 2013 Riley Champion for her positive attitude and for helping others overcome obstacles.
This weekend, Riley Children's Foundation welcomed Carmen and seven others from across the state, into the class of Riley Champions, presented by Kroger.
The fun-filled weekend includes all eight survivors being honored on the court before the Pacers game and serving as Riley Coin Toss kids at the Colts game Sunday.
Terre Haute has once again approved a tax anticipation loan in a 5 to 3 vote.
A group of students at Harrison College found themselves on trial Thursday.
A staple in our community is still fighting against a harsh disease.
The Vincennes Pet Port is taking measures to keep its swollen population of pets from freezing.
Prosecutors Thursday charged Anthony Thigpin, Jr., 18, with aggravated battery and battery with a deadly weapon after an incident at the Statesman Inn.
Around noon on Thursday, Indiana State Troopers from the Putnamville District Meth Suppression Unit responded to 1401 South 9th Street in Terre Haute on tips related to possible methamphetamine activity.