• Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane (D-Anderson) and Sen. Eddie Melton (D-Gary) outline the Senate Democrat legislative priorities, including: teacher pay, medical marijuana, pre-existing condition coverage and hate crimes. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Senate Democrats Outline 2019 Legislative Goals

    Ahead of the legislative session, Senate Democrats say their initial priorities are teacher pay, medical marijuana, pre-existing condition coverage and hate crimes. Senate Democrats are pushing for a 5 percent
     
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  • Power Restored To Win Energy Customers

    Win Energy reports 145 customers in Wheatland and Monroe City were without power for a time early this morning. The outage occurred sometime around 4:35 am. No word yet on
     
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  • VUPD Looking for Attempted Robbery Suspect

    The Vincennes University Police Department is looking for a suspect in connection with an incident at the ICAT building on campus. It happened around 11:00 p.m. Thursday when two students
     
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  • RDC Opens Bids for 6th & Main Lot

    The Vincennes Redevelopment Commission opened bids Thursday for construction of a second parking lot at 6th and Main Streets. Kerns Excavating and Wabash Utilities of Vincennes along with Milestone Contractors
     
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  • UEA Commits to New IMM Exhibit

    The Vincennes Urban Enterprise Association has pledged their support for a new exhibit at the Indiana Military Museum. At their meeting this week, the UEA heard from Museum Curator Jim
     
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  • Festive Weekend Gets Underway Tonight

    Downtown Vincennes will come alive tonight for the annual Parade of Lights. Stepping off at 6:30, the parade will fill the streets with Holiday themed floats designed by area businesses,
     
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  • Locals Urged to Consider Small Business Saturday

    We’re officially less than a week away from the Thanksgiving Holiday, but many have their eye on the day after – Black Friday. Local businesses are asking you keep the
     
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  • Pediatrician Emily Scott says raising the state tobacco tax will help reduce children's exposure to tobacco. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Coalition Plans Another Push to Raise Cigarette Tax

    A coalition determined to get Indiana’s cigarette tax increased by $2 a pack will make another push in 2019. The Raise It For Health Coalition is made up of dozens
     
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  • Closings and Delays – 11.16.18

    Due to inclement weather in our area, the following closings and delays have been announced for Friday, November 16th: DELAYS – Little Scholars Pre-School – Open at 9:30 a.m. –
     
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  • Oaktown Project Changes Not Well Received

    Changes to a proposed project in Oaktown aren’t being well received. The Indiana Department of Transportation held a Public Hearing in Oaktown, unveiling changes to a proposed plan that would
     
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