• Farmers Market Changes Could Impact Hoosiers

    On a sunny Saturday morning, Samantha Wilmot helped a customer pick a fresh cantaloupe the best way she knows how, by smell. Satisfied, she accepted a few dollar bills from
     
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  • School Renovations Shifting to Vigo

    The renovations on Vigo Elementary are well underway. Vigo Principal Kelley McCarty says the work actually began a year or so ago with a few outside improvements. Some of those
     
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    Formal Charges Filed in Tinsley Killing

    Allen County Prosecutor Karen Richards filed formal charges Wednesday afternoon against a Grabill man accused in the 1988 killing of 8-year-old April Tinsley. John D. Miller, 59, was arrested over
     
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  • A bald eagle sits on a nest of eggs. (Pete Markham/Flickr)

    New Flame Retardants Just As Bad For Bald Eagles

    New research shows that flame retardants designed to break down faster might be just as bad for wildlife. Flame retardants are the chemicals in furniture, electronics, home insulation, and other
     
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    Noblesville Will Ask Voters For $50M to Boost Safety

    Noblesville Schools will ask voters this Fall to nearly double a current property tax rate to expand safety measures in the wake of the school shooting there in May.
     
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  • Attorneys Kevin Betz, right, and Sandra Blevins, left, sought to discredit parts of a leaked report that contains sexual misconduct allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Curtis Hill Attorneys Threaten Defamation Suit

    Lawyers for Attorney General Curtis Hill sought to discredit parts of a leaked report that contains sexual misconduct allegations against Hill. The lawyers Wednesday threatened to bring a defamation suit
     
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  • Commissioners Approve Pantheon Funding

    Knox County now knows how it will fund its portion of the Pantheon business Theatre Project. At their meeting last night, the Knox County Commissioners voted to first use any
     
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  • County Tables Invasive Species Discussion

    The talk of banning certain invasive species in Knox County will continue. The Knox County Commissioners were set to vote on the second and third readings of an ordinance that
     
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  • Hall of Famer Appearing at Local Benefit

    Andy Satterfield’s life hasn’t been an easy one. At just 10 years-old, he has faced numerous surgeries throughout his life, and will face more in the future. Andy’s Dad Jason
     
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  • County Seeking IT Support

    The search for Information Technology Support Services for Knox County is set to take a big step forward later this week. Beginning on Friday, bid packages may be picked up
     
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