Lisa Trigg

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Lisa Trigg has been a reporter at the Tribune-Star since 2009. With more than 30 years of newspaper experience, she now covers general news with a focus on crime and courts.

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The Greater Terre Haute Branch of the NAACP is asking the city of Terre Haute to end its relationship with the A&E network television show "Live PD."

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Building a tape dispenser that can be used with only one hand was a challenge accepted by 21 high school students Friday morning. Three of those students created tape dispensers so functional they will represent their schools in a state competition in March.

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A new incentive this year for donors was a twist on the long-standing partnership with Terre Haute Chevrolet. Rather than giving away a car as in years past, the lucky donor had a chance to win a $10,000 cash. On Thursday, Terre Haute resident Haley Akers opened the correct box to win the big bucks.

Families without housing are the primary focus of a new apartment complex in Terre Haute selected for a fast-tracked funding program. Mental Health America of West Central Indiana learned Monday that its proposal to expand housing on Elm Street was selected for funding and technical assistance in the statewide 2020 Indiana Permanent Supportive Housing Institute.

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A man who barricaded himself inside a Terre Haute KFC restaurant died of self-inflicted injuries Monday afternoon.

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Vigo County residents with suspended driver’s licenses or unpaid traffic fines now have the chance to have the fees they face cut in half to help them get a reinstated license.

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A statewide plea for both O positive and O negative blood donors issued Friday was answered in Terre Haute by several donors who rolled up their sleeves at Versiti Blood Center of Indiana, formerly Indiana Blood Center.

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