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!
Executions were set to resume at the federal prison this month but those have been put on hold. Many gathered Sunday to talk about the death penalty and its impact. They say it's a practice that should end.
A Kentucky man was killed Saturday in a crash in Greene County.
A local family has teamed up with the Garrett Sands Kindness Project to spread Christmas joy. They're doing so with a light and music show.
A local social club is pouring back into the community with an important message. We spoke to some say it's changing the narrative towards mental health illness.
Another year rolls around and the death of Lowell Badger remains unsolved. We re-visit the case and get updated on the investigation.
Recently, we told you how the newly voted-in president hasn't received the record books from the previous president. WE spoke to the new president on what he and his board plan to do moving forward.
The Breakfast Optimist Club is selling over 300 real trees for the holiday season. They plan to be selling the trees until they run out.
Scammers and cybercriminals can still attack you right here in the Wabash Valley. But..there are ways you can protect yourself.
Dahnke Pine Patch and North Pole Stables opened up for another season on Black Friday. Many say it's a great way to start a new family tradition.
One Wabash Valley business is getting folks ready for the holiday season while many support them for Small Business Saturday.