(CNN) - Your favorite brew could be your lifeline in the event of a nuclear disaster.
A recently discovered government report says beer and soft drinks in sealed glass containers would be safe to drink in the event of a blast.
In 1965, testing by the FDA and the Civil Defense Administration found the beverages could also be used as potable water in the event of an emergency.
Bottles were found to be mildly radioactive, but the radiation did not carry over to the contents.
Experts warn, do not expect your Coors or Coke to taste the same. Taste testers of the drinks after a blast say the flavor is "definitely off."
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.