• Bicknell House Fire Ruled Arson

    An investigator with the State Fire Marshal’s Office has ruled the cause of a Tuesday night house fire in Bicknell as arson.. Bicknell Fire Chief Tom Houghland says they have
  • United Way Announces Giving Tuesday Giveaway

    Everyone is familiar with Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and the soon after Cyber Monday. Following those days, however, is Giving Tuesday, and the United Way of Knox County is
  • Library Rewinding Fortnightly Plans

    The Knox County Public Library is hitting the reset button on renovations set to be done at the Fortnightly Club. Earlier this year, the Library Board has voted to seek
  • KCPL Announces Holiday Events

    A number of holiday events are set to take place at the Knox County Public Library. Library Director Emily Bunyan told Board Members Tuesday that a gift wrapping event to
  • Change Coming to Quiz Bowl

    The Knox County Public Library’s annual quiz bowl will see a big change in 2018. For the past 25 years, Cargill served as the main sponsor for the event. Now
  • cc1637c4-e6cb-4ae8-a74f-b0152ba71788

    Lawmaker Wants All Providers In Drug Database

    An Indiana lawmaker wants the state to take the next step toward making Indiana’s drug database more effective at preventing opioid addiction. Fourteen states currently require both physicians and pharmacists
  • Gov. Eric Holcomb, with recommendations from a state board, considered 21 applications from ex-offenders looking for a pardon.

    Gov. Holcomb Pardons Six Ex-Offenders

    The six men chosen were convicted of crimes like theft, attempted fraud, and battery. But they have since become pastors, barbers and motivational speakers.
  • Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill says CBD oil use is illegal for most Hoosiers. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Indiana AG Advises CBD Oil Illegal For Most

    Attorney General Curtis Hill says the sale or possession of CBD – a marijuana derivative – is largely illegal in the state…except in very limited circumstances.
  • Members of the Indiana House of Representatives convene for Legislative Organizational Day prior to the 2018 session. (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    Lawmakers Plan to Address School Funding Gap

    Indiana schools could see significant cuts if lawmakers fail to appropriate more than $9 million of funding during the next legislative session.
  • Purdue President Mitch Daniels discussed the new Boiler Affordability Grant at a press conference in Indianapolis on Tuesday. Nov. 21, 2017. (Photo credit: Eric Weddle/WFYI News)

    Grant Aims To Cover Gap Left By Financial Aid

    A new Purdue University grant aims to cover the tuition gap for in-state students earning a first bachelor’s degree.
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11