INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A woman who left the east coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy once again went through a challenging event — she was at her family's home when an explosion rocked a southern Indianapolis subdivision.
Judith Knight said she is getting through it all.
"I went through Sandy and that was kind of traumatic," Knight said, "with all the trees being down and the power lines. We were without electricity. Some were without power for a week or so."
Knight said she got into Indianapolis Saturday afternoon.
"And then got hit with the bomb blast, so to speak, Saturday evening," she said. "But we are getting through."
The holiday season is a time for family but what about kids who don't have one? Tonight the Department of Child Services says it’s in a state of emergency, and is in need of foster parents across the Wabash Valley.
We have new details in a case that dates back to last year. A Terre Haute man pleaded guilty to voluntary man slaughter Tuesday.
US Attorney Joe Hogsett held a press conference today for 26-year-old Emery Norton.
If you plan to go sledding in Terre Haute, be on the look-out for new sledding rules.
A Terre Haute developer is cutting the City a break in allowing the Redevelopment Commission to build a 2400 foot sanitary sewer line without requiring the City to buy an easement for it.
Over in the weather department, another week of temperatures below normal has thermostats going up at home and at work. But what if you work the 9 to 5 outside?