(CNN) - There's no such thing as a case of the Mondays, according to a survey.
According to Health Magazine, it seems that our moods are no better or worse on Mondays than they are Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York analyzed Gallup telephone poll data from a large national survey.
Even the weekends aren't safe. A separate study found people are grumpiest on Sunday, possibly because they are depressed about returning to work the following day.
Health Magazine quotes a Harvard University professor who suggests to think of a good thing to look forward to each day to brighten your mood.
Toys are getting ready for distributing for the annual Toys for Tots toy drive.
The same Illinois state’s attorney who’s charging the biological mother of murder victim Willow Long is cautioning those in the court of public opinion not to be too quick to put blood on the young mother’s hands.
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.