A California-based company was supposed to pay Terre Haute $3 million by the end of December.
A 2015 forecast for the economies in Bloomington, Columbus and Terre Haute remain hopeful.
The California based company plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to have the plant open in two years.
Mayor Bennett takes a look back at the past year and talks about the controversy surrounding the proposed sludge to diesel contract.
We're on our way to visit with Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions now!
A new exhibit at the CANDLES Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute opens Thursday.
Terre Haute is home to a new food pantry whose target clients are students at five college campuses in the Wabash Valley.
The National Religious Retirement Office estimates religious orders will have a $10 billion deficit in their retirement funds by 2030.
Despite rain and chills, Indiana communities are not rescheduling trick-or-treating hours.
Halloween has nearly arrived. Here are some Halloween-themed events going on in South Central Indiana.