• The Indiana House adopted a new sexual harassment policy Thursday. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Indiana House Adopts Sexual Harassment Policy

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201901/in_house_generic2-lc.jpg” alt=”The Indiana House adopted a new sexual harassment policy Thursday. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)”> The Indiana House adopted a new sexual harassment policy Thursday. 2018 legislation mandated the
     
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  • Bicknell Water Odor

    Bicknell Mayor Thomas Estabrook says the city’s water supply is safe to drink. The mayor’s office had fielded complaints from a few residents who noticed an odor from their tap water.
     
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  • United Way is 80% Towards Campaign Goal

    The United Way of Knox County has reached over 80% of their annual campaign goal. Executive Director of the local United Way, Mark Hill, says they likely won’t match their
     
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  • Indianapolis Fertility Specialist Awaits Hearing

    The case of an Indianapolis fertility specialist who used his own sperm on unsuspecting women has prompted legislators to try to close a legal loophole. Prosecutors concluded they couldn’t charge
     
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  • Will Proposals Pass to End Government Shutdown?

    Indiana Senator Mike Braun isn’t holding his breath that either of the two proposals to end the partial government shutdown will pass the U.S. Senate in a vote tomorrow. One
     
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  • Dyer Named Safest City in Indiana

    What is the safest city in the state? That honor has been bestowed upon Carmel in Hamilton County several times by many different studies. A new study by Alarms.org took
     
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  • Student Businesses Launched in Southern Indiana

    Two student-run manufacturing businesses have launched in southern Indiana. The companies, Eagle Manufacturing at Brown County High School in Nashville and Lion Manufacturing at Loogootee High School in Martin County,
     
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  • Sentencing Reform Law

    Some Senate Republicans want to roll back part of Indiana’s five-year-old sentencing reform law. Indianapolis Senator Aaron Freeman’s bill would require high-level drug dealers to serve at least part of
     
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  • Bolt for the Heart Donation

    The Bolt for the Heart Foundation is once again helping to save the lives of Hoosiers. Wednesday, the Foundation was recognized by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb for their donation of
     
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  • VU Hosts Commercial Presentation

    Changing trends of American TV commercials will be the topic of discussion during a presentation coming to the Vincennes University campus next month. Over the decades, American commercials have reflected the
     
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