Unemployment numbers are back up to their highest levels in nearly 4 years. Last fall, Vigo County’s unemployment rate was sitting below 10%.
Two-and-a-half years ago Carter Tate, 5, was Terre Haute's poster-child for dog bite victims. There have been countless of cases since Tate’s -- many of which
The annual Stamp Out Hunger campaign is kicking-off this week!
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual report on average wages in the United States on March 29.
"Providing security through blankets." That's Project Linus' motto.
Testimony began Thursday in the trial of a Paris, Ill. teen accused of stabbing his mother to death in June 2011.
A new workout routine is sweeping the country and the Face of Fox, Shelley Klingerman is giving you a first-hand experience of what it is people are gladly
A press conference was held Sunday afternoon following the deaths of two Indianapolis EMTs.
Officials say the second EMT injured in Saturday's ambulance accident has died from injuries sustained in the incident.
News 10’s group of culinary crunchers survived another week of some of the best food in the Wabash Valley, and have come up with their final vote for best
After an eventful two days, the HI-99 crew are fulfilling their promises of shaving their heads for reaching a donation goal of $40,000.
After pleasing their palettes with the precision thinness of Wise Pies Pizza, chief photojournalist Mike Latta and his crew of “Professional Eaters” traveled a
A recent report says rising gas prices could double demand for public transit. Indiana expects more than 60 million riders in the next two decades.
A former Terre Haute Police canine officer hits the reality television circuit Friday night, starring in a new television show called "Alpha Dogs".
A former West Terre Haute police chief was sentenced to time in Federal prison during a hearing Monday afternoon.
Newly appointed Indiana State head football coach will host a national signing day at Hulman Center on Wednesday, formally announcing their first recruited