• Update on 400 Block Building

    Bricks came falling down on a Main Street business early Monday morning. A façade caving down at 419 Main Street was reported yesterday morning, bringing down half of the old
     
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  • Woman Disregards High Water Situation

    You are reminded again not to drive through flooded roadways. Yesterday a Knox County woman did not heed that warning and was cited for disregarding a high water sign. The
     
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  • Washington Drug Bust

    Five Washington residents were arrested on Monday as part of a city police and Drug Enforcement Agency Task Force investigation. Nine search warrants were executed yesterday all related to the distribution
     
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    Payday Lending Bill Would Shrink Lenders Interest Rate Cap

    A bill lowering payday loan interest rates is again up for consideration in the Indiana Senate. The bill would put a 36 percent cap on what a lender can charge. The
     
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  • The bill is one of over a dozen school safety bills in the Indiana statehouse this session.

    School Safety Funding Bill Easily Passes House

    However, the bill has garnered some criticism from lawmakers who say it's not enough.
     
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  • Kystie Phillips shot a man outside her home who was wrestling with a police officer. She's now being sued. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Lawmakers Debate Expansion Of Stand Your Ground Law

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201901/kystie_phillips.jpg” alt=”Kystie Phillips shot a man outside her home who was wrestling with a police officer. She&#039;s now being sued. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)”> Indiana lawmakers are wrestling with
     
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  • (Left to Right) Indiana farmers Leah Beyer, Susan Brocksmith, Joyce Kron and Kelly Whiteman Snipes discuss life as a women in the ag industry during a panel session at the Indiana Young Farmer and Ag Professionals Conference. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Panel Discusses Growing Role Of Women In Ag

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201901/20190126_112841.jpg” alt=”(Left to Right) Indiana farmers Leah Beyer, Susan Brocksmith, Joyce Kron and Kelly Whiteman Snipes discuss life as a women in the ag industry during a panel
     
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  • Teens Misperceiving Their Body Weight

    Nearly a fourth of America’s teenagers are misperceiving their body weight, at least that’s according to a new study from Ball State University. Kurt Darling reports…
     
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  • Cigarette Tax

    Governor Holcomb isn’t saying no to a cigarette tax hike — but he’s a long way from saying yes:
     
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  • USPS Asks for Help as Winter Progresses

    The United State Postal Service is asking you as customers to help out their mail carriers as the winter progresses. Mary Dando, a spokeswoman for USPS, says they’d like you
     
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