• Three Arrested in Animal Abuse Case

    Charges have been filed against three men accused of abusing animals. Last week, we told you about a number of dogs being found dumped near Cannonball Bridge. Those dogs were
  • Salvation Army Sets $75K Goal

    The Salvation Army is looking to raise $75,000 during the holidays to help those in need. Captain Laura Lunnam announced their campaign goal during last night’s kick-off for the red
  • Local City Among OCRA Grant Recipients

    A local community is among the first to be part of a new state-level program. Monday afternoon, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, along with the Indiana Office of Community and Rural
  • VU Hosting Giving Tuesday Blood Drive

    One week from today will mark Giving Tuesday, and the American Red Cross is asking you to give the gift of life. The Red Cross will be set up inside
  • Washington Welcoming New Hotel

    The City of Washington is getting a new hotel. Officials with the Daviess County Chamber of Commerce have announced that a new Hampton Inn is coming to town. Construction is
  • Good Sam to Offer Educational Live Stream

    Good Samaritan will be offering the public a chance to learn more about a new system currently in use. And you can obtain that information from any location! The UroLift
  • Black Friday Shopping Set to See Boost

    We’re just days away from the Thanksgiving holiday, but many shoppers are feeling an itch in their wallet for the day after. According to a study done by WalletHub, some
  • A black bear in Yellowstone Bear World wildlife park in Idaho, 2007 (David Bařina/Wikimedia Commons)

    Black Bear Injured in Southern Indiana

    A black bear was hit by a driver on Interstate 64 near New Albany Sunday night before fleeing into some nearby brush. Until 2015, a black bear hadn’t been seen
  • Indiana Chamber president and CEO Kevin Brinegar says STEM-focused course requirements could get more students interested in high-demand fields. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Indiana Chamber Prioritizes STEM, Workforce

    The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is prioritizing workforce development and STEM education as part of its 2019 legislative agenda, and supports a key change to the state’s governance structure. The
  • Four women accused Republican Attorney General Curtis Hill of groping them at the party in March. An investigation by the Indiana Inspector General backed up those women’s accounts. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    AG Hill Unlikely to be Removed from Office

    Republican legislative leaders say it’s very unlikely the General Assembly will take any steps to remove Attorney General Curtis Hill from office. Four women accused Hill of groping them at
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