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Traffic Stop Nets Drug Bust in Warrick Co.
A traffic stop for reckless speeds on Interstate 64 Wednesday afternoon led to two men being jailed on drug and weapons charges. At 12:38 PM Wednesday, A state trooper spotted
Donnelly Won’t Support Latest GOP Health Care Bill
Donnelly has repeatedly voted ‘no’ this year on measures Senate Republicans have offered to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Feds Close Extension On Temp. Non-Farm Visas
Indiana brings in hundreds of these workers a year, most of them landscapers in the Indianapolis area. It makes up about one percent of the program nationwide.
Posters At Purdue Reignite Free Speech Concerns
Another round of flyers posted by a racist group at Purdue University has called free speech rights on campus into question. Supporters of the white supremacist group placed posters at
Holcomb Announces $150 Million in Road Funding
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday road funding grants that total $150 million for local governments across the state.
KCPL Set for Major Tech Upgrades
Tim Trotter, a representative from AME, presented his technology assessment report to the Knox County Public Library Board members at their monthly meeting last night. He explained how they had
Additional WiFi Hot Spots Coming to Library
The WiFi hot spots available for checkout at the Knox County Public Library are so popular that library board members approved Amy Blake’s request to order 10 more at their
Hale Visiting Vincennes Campus Tomorrow
Former State Representative Christina Hale will be on the Vincennes University Campus tomorrow. Hale will give a presentation entitled ‘Civic Participation: This Means You,’ which aims to spotlight the importance
Premature IN Baby Receives Rare Brain Surgery
Baby Miracle has had five surgeries since she was born at just 23 weeks.
Nursing Home Co. Sues Former Execs
The civil suit from American Senior Communities comes alongside a federal fraud and money laundering case against James Burkhart and his associates.