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Lawmakers Want Options to Aid School Corps
State lawmakers want to figure out how to identify and help school corporations before they fall into financial distress.
Would IN Hospitals Be Ready For a Mass Shooting?
Indiana has at least a dozen trauma hospitals which could respond in the event of a mass shooting like the one in Las Vegas Sunday night. But those campuses
CHIP Expires: What That Means For Hoosier Children
The program that provides health insurance for low income Hoosier children has reserves to continue normal operations for now.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Hope’s Voice and Children and Family Services continue to take a stand against Domestic Violence. According to a press release provided by the groups, One in four women will be
Ribbon Cutting Set for Lester Square
A ribbon cutting at a Vincennes park is scheduled for this weekend. City leaders and area citizens will gather at Lester Square on Saturday for an official ribbon cutting to
United Way Giving Back This Week
Later this week, the United Way of Knox County will be holding their annual Day of Caring event at various grocery stores throughout the county to assist local food banks
Local Arrest Report – 10.2.17
– Vincennes Police responded to the report of an intoxicated male near the George Rogers Clark Memorial Saturday evening. There, they found 45-year-old Robert Edward Sweeney of Vincennes. Sweeney was
Indiana AG Encourages Non-Opioid Pain Meds
The group of attorney's general says insurers should start incentivizing non-opioid alternatives.
DeVos Awards $60M To Expand Charter Schools
Indiana will receive $59.9 million in federal funds to expand charter schools over the next five years. Federal Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced the award Thursday as part of a
Colorado Arrest ‘No Bigger’ Than Other Tips
Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby says his office is investigating an Indiana man arrested in Colorado for allegedly threatening people along a trail, but he says there’s not yet reason