• Corn field In Elkhart County, Indiana. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    USDA Announces $12 Billion in Aid to Farmers

    U.S. farmers hurt by President Donald Trump’s trade war could be receiving up to $12 billion in economic relief the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday. The department would manage
     
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  • An employee of Wellington Energy Inc. works to install a new watthour meter at a residence in Portland, Oregon. (Portland General Electric)

    Repealing Energy Efficiency Standard Cost Hoosiers

    When Indiana repealed its energy efficiency resource standard in 2014, taxpayers missed out on about $95 million in savings and thousands of jobs. That’s according to two policy briefs by
     
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    Study: Paternal Depression May Be More Common

    Indiana University School of Medicine researchers found a higher than expected number of fathers may have postpartum depression. IU School of Medicine Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Erika Cheng says the
     
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  • Indiana Sen. Jim Merritt (R-Indianapolis) announces RALI Indiana coalition. (Photo courtesy of Bose Public Affairs)

    Partnership Aims to Reduce Opioid Addiction

    A new statewide coalition of business and health leaders will work to align resources and education to drive down opioid addiction across the state. The Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative, RALI
     
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  • Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill at a May 2017 press conference. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Special Prosecutor Appointed For Hill Investigation

    The Marion Superior Court appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the sexual misconduct allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill – the same attorney selected to prosecute former Indiana Secretary of State
     
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  • City Tables Food Truck Talks

    A final decision on a new ordinance to regulate food trucks in Vincennes will have to wait at least a couple more weeks. At their meeting on July 9th, the
     
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  • Council Passes Ordinance to Clear Broadway

    With their vote last night, the Vincennes City Council has cleared the road for Riverview Lofts set to be built along 1st Street. Council members voted to approve an ordinance
     
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  • Mullins to Raze Trio of Blighted Homes

    The City of Vincennes has awarded a contract for the demolition of three more blighted homes. Mullins Supply of Bicknell submitted the lone bid for the work at just over
     
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  • Ms. Amazing Pageant Returns to Watermelon Fest

    The Knox County Watermelon Festival makes its return to Patrick Henry Square next weekend! The festival will feature plenty, of fun and food, of course, but the event will kick
     
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  • VCSC Makes Technology Changes

    Proposed additions and revisions to some technology policies were approved last night. Following up on a first reading from their previous meeting, the Vincennes Community School Board approved phases two
     
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