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For Pro-Obamacare Groups, A Wary Reprieve
Health care advocacy groups are tentatively celebrating news that the Senate’s latest health care bill is dead. But after months of protesting the GOP’s plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act, they’re still not calling
Many Opposed to Medicaid Work Requirement
The public has weighed in on Indiana’s proposal to add a work requirement to its unique Medicaid program, the Healthy Indiana Plan, or HIP 2.0. More than 40 people submitted
Milk Bank Expands Services, Breastfeeding Support
Lactation and bereavement services are a part of the bank's mission to provide human breast milk to babies in need.
Local Leaders Being Sold on Business Incubator
Vincennes merchants and local government are being asked to take a leap of faith and buy into the creation of a business incubator. Officials have targeted the Pantheon Theatre as
Commissioners Receive County Road Update
Highway Superintendent Benji Boyd was on hand at last night’s Knox Co. Commissioners’ meeting to give an updated report. He reported that a bridge crew had been hired and has
Snider Crowned 2017 Fair Queen
Nine local young women took center stage on night one of the Knox County Fair for the annual Queen Contest. Under the roof of the VU Pavilion, the nine Knox
UPDATE: Missing Pike Co. Man Found
A man missing out of Pike County has been found. Randy Ennis had last been seen Monday morning just after 7:15 at the PC One Stop across from Pike Central High
Redistricting Advocates Look To Grassroots Support
Some looking for redistricting reform say a groundswell of public support might prove necessary for lawmakers to take action.
Eds, Employers to Use State Data To Tackle Jobs
It's the next phase of the state's SkillUp program, which aims to help localize training efforts for an estimated million job openings in the next decade.
Mishler To Take Over As Indiana GOP Budget Architect
Ryan Mishler will replace retiring lawmaker Luke Kenley as the Senate’s budget architect.