Richard Solomon is a multi-media journalist. He has worked for WTHI-TV since March of 2018
Richard Solomon is a multi-media journalist. He has worked for WTHI-TV since March of 2018. He started out in part-time production services, then worked his way to part-time show editor and photojournalists, and now he is a reporter for our news team!
Richard graduated from Indiana State University in May of 2018. He received his bachelor’s degree in Communications. He’s from Indianapolis, IN. There he went to Ben Davis High School where he fell in love with journalism. His favorite sport is baseball, and his favorite team is the Boston Red Sox.
Richard is a member of NABJ (National Association of Black Journalists). Over the past four years, he has spent in Terre Haute, he has grown to know and love this community. He wants to tell compelling stories about the people of Terre Haute. If you want to chat, have a story idea, or say hello, he welcomes you too!
Dedra Lewis has created a cute story for children. It answers their questions and concerns about the coronavirus.
In the Governor's briefing on Monday, he said he's sent a letter to the president's desk that would give the state access to federal money.
The coronavirus has pushed back some of the city's major projects. Mayor Duke Bennett said this was supposed to be the year Terre Haute grew economically.
The governors of Indiana and Illinois have issued stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the coronavirus. They've also ordered dining rooms closed and that measure has been in place for more than a week.
Health officials tell us a resident has the virus. This person is in self-isolation.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act could help keep many businesses and families afloat right here in the Wabash Valley.
Lauren Dulay said she started experiencing symptoms not commonly linked to the coronavirus. It was only until later after she was tested, she found out.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb on Monday ordered residents to remain in their homes except for essential errands in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus, mirroring similar orders in adjacent Illinois and Ohio.
These days many places of worship are empty. That's to stop the spread of COVID-19, the coronavirus. But thanks to technology, church leaders can keep preaching.
We told you Indiana State University has shut down its campus due to the spread of the virus. Some say its turned their world upside down.