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!
The Point Revitalization group and local artists are almost finished working on an art piece that already has people in the community raving about it.
Many gathered at the library Saturday to throw a punch at a nationwide problem. They shared their run-ins with it and solutions to help many in our neighborhood.
A local foster case is opening its doors to boys. They look to provide a safe environment for the boys so they can grow into productive men.
Many groups are lending a helping hand to those who were hit hard by the tornado. Red Cross was one group who was actively working Thursday afternoon.
Many are working to clean up the city of Marshall after a horrible storm this past weekend. It's left some without homes.
Pride month is celebrated across the nation every June. Some in Terre Haute are bringing attention to the amount of support and resources there are in town.
Volunteers across the nation built 5,000 beds Saturday. In the Wabash Valley, 45 of those beds were built.
New police body cameras will help police officers keep the community safe. One officer we spoke to says he enjoys using the new camera.
Tears filled the courtroom Thursday morning from all sides, as many heard the fate of the driver that killed Jenna Perrelle.
Tonya Pfaff says this situation with the school corporation was bound to happen. She believes that a referendum will help raise awareness of multiple issues that caused this financial hole.