Lacey joined the WTHI team in May of 2016
Lacey Clifton is the News 10 This Morning Weekend Anchor and reports Monday through Wednesday. She, along with Storm Team 10 Meteorologist Chris Piper launched the Weekend Morning Newscast in June of 2017.
Lacey joined the WTHI team in May of 2016 as a Multimedia Journalist, reporting Monday through Wednesday, and producing on the weekends.
Lacey graduated Magna Cum Laude from Eastern Illinois University in 2016, with a major in Geography and minors in Broadcast Meteorology and Earth Science. While at EIU, Lacey worked for the PBS affiliate WEIU-TV as a News/Weather Anchor and Reporter.
She enjoys spending time with her husband Noah, and their fur-child, a German Shepherd named Kai. She also loves movie marathons, time with family and friends, and doing hair.
If you have any story ideas you'd like Lacey to look into, you can send her an email at Lacey.Clifton@WTHITV.com.
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Each side wrapped up the hearing with their final arguments. Both sides now have until Wednesday afternoon to submit findings of fact, conclusions of law. After that, the judge will decide if any laws were broken, weigh all the options, and make a decision.
A local ballot dispute goes to the courtroom. That's after a candidate and her lawyer say her name is in the wrong spot on the Terre Haute City Council ballot.
Organizers say the Criminology and Criminal Justice Career Fair gives students the chance to make connections with potential future employers.
$2.5 million dollars total is being split between six college and universities. One of them is Indiana State University.
Meals on Wheels is raising money in a unique way for a walk-in fridge/freezer.
Foundation leaders say it's great to be able to give back to the community.
Spring cleaning doesn't have to be limited to your home. Vermillion County is taking its tidying efforts county-wide! That's with the county's Cleanup Days!
They were movin’ and groovin’ for a good cause!
If you get a call like this, officials encourage you to get the phone number of the scammer, and report it to police.
Officials are looking for a suspect in a recent robbery.