• Local Schools Receive State, Federal Grades

    Wednesday, the Indiana State Board of Education released A-F Grades for schools throughout the state. This year saw schools receive not one, but two grades: one from the state and
  • USB Chooses Bid for New Equipment

    The Vincennes Utilities Services Board accepted a bid for a new piece of equipment. At their meeting Wednesday afternoon, the Water Utilities General Manager Kirk Bouchie presented three bids for
  • Salvation Army Kicking Off Kettle Campaign

    The Vincennes Salvation Army will kick off their 2018 Kettle Campaign tonight. This evening, the Salvation Army will welcome winners of last year’s campaign, as well as representatives of this
  • Attorney General Curtis Hill holds the 92 page complaint against opioid manufacturer Purdue Pharma during a press conference. He says the company "played a key role" in the state's opioid crisis. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Indiana Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturer

    The Indiana Attorney General filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Connecticut-based Purdue Pharma. The lawsuit alleges the company minimized the risks of addiction and exaggerated the benefits of opioids. Attorney General
  • A line formed outside the Hamilton County Circuit Court Monday, Nov. 5. Not everyone got a seat in the courtroom for hearing of the juvenile accused of shooting classmate and teacher at Noblesville West Middle School.

    School Shooter Sent to Juvenile Detention Center

    As a juvenile in the DOC, he’ll be expected to complete a set of programs. The juvenile’s release is contingent on the programs' completion, not a mandated court-ordered length of
  • Members of the State Board of Education listen to a presentation on this year’s accountability grades at their November meeting. (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    State Releases A-F School Accountability Grades

    Nearly two-thirds of Hoosier schools received an A or B grade from the state this year, according to accountability ratings the State Board of Education made public Wednesday. More than
  • Overnight Fire Under Investigation

    An investigator with the state fire marshal’s office has been called in to determine the cause of a fire that happened overnight at a pair of local businesses. The Vincennes
  • HRB Approves Demolition for VU French Village

    Vincennes University’s expansion into the city’s historic district took a big step forward last night. In front of a packed City Hall Council Chamber, the Vincennes Historic Review Board gave
  • CASA Separating from CFS

    The Knox County CASA Program is severing ties with the Knox County Children and Family Services. CASA has operated under the CFS banner for over three decades. Now, in an
  • Board Puts Vacant Property Up For Sale

    The Vincennes Board of Works voted to put surplus property the city owns up for sale at its meeting Tuesday. The empty lot located at 4th and Main Streets formerly
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