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!
Monday afternoon brought the first measurable snowfall this year. We road along with the Vigo County Highway Department to see how they're prepping the roads.
Operation Vanguard is happening now in Terre Haute. The project puts volunteers out in the elements for several nights so they understand what homeless veterans are facing here at home.
They're the voice you hear during your worst moments. Now Congress is considering a move that would recognize 9-1-1 dispatchers as first responders.
Parke County Heritage High School will get $150,000 from a grant. Some say it's a great investment in students' futures.
The PACT Act would make any act of animal cruelty a federal crime. Some at a local shelter say it's a step in the right direction.
The results for early voting are in and Vigo County leaders are excited from what they see leading into election day.
A yearly racing event draws in big crowds to Parke County!
2 people are dead after investigators say a van hit the back of an Amish buggy on U.S. 36 near the Raccoon Lake bridge Saturday morning.
The Vigo County Prosecutor's Office is making sure it continues to support recovery programs.
An increase in pneumonia cases was identified in a local school district. Health officials are saying how the infection is spread and what's happening to protect students.