• A subpar May – $44 million less than expected – put the state further away from its revenue goal with a month to go before the fiscal year’s end. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    May Tax Revenues Miss The Mark

    Indiana tax collections fell further away from its budget plan in May, one month away from the end of the fiscal year. The state had been on a roll, only
     
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  • Body Recovered From Private Pond

    Indiana Conservation Officers recovered the body of a Sullivan County man from a private pond Thursday afternoon. Officials say the body of 69-year-old Michael Reynolds of Dugger was discovered around
     
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  • Miss VU Receives Big Sendoff

    Members of the community came out to the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on the VU campus Thursday afternoon to wish Evelyn Crowley good luck at the Miss Indiana Pageant.
     
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  • Vincennes Man To Be Recognized

    A Vincennes man will be honored by the Indiana Lt. Governor. Frank Roales is one of 21 senior citizens who was announced as a recipient of the 2018 Golden Hoosier
     
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  • Saturday Is Larges Item Disposal Day

    The first of two Large Item Disposal Days is set to take place this weekend. From 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, citizens of Vincennes may take their large, unwanted
     
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  • Local Arrests 06.08.18

    A traffic stop in Vincennes overnight led to the arrest of 34-year-old Michael Gilmore. Vincennes Police say Gilmore was wanted for escape from lawful detention, two counts of resisting law
     
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  • Chamber Ready to Welcome Several Businesses

    As new businesses continue to make their way into Knox County, the local Chamber of Commerce is looking to welcome them with a series of ribbon cuttings. On Thursday, June
     
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  • NK Swimland Hosting 55th Birthday Bash

    There is a celebration set to take place in Bicknell this weekend. The North Knox Swimland will be celebrating their 55th birthday with a party that is open to the
     
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  • School Shooting Prompts Review of Code

    House Speaker Brian Bosma says legislators will review Indiana’s laws regarding juveniles being charged as adults in the wake of the Noblesville West Middle School shooting. The 13-year-old suspect in the
     
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    Cities Look to Change Net Metering Laws

    Last year, the state decided to slowly decrease how much Hoosiers with solar panels get paid to deliver energy to the grid. But the fight over net metering might not
     
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