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    What to Expect on Health Care Issues After Election

    Protecting health care coverage was a top concern for Indiana voters and featured prominently in many campaigns. Indiana health care advocates are working to keep it at the front of
  • Streeter to Remain as County Commissioner

    The Knox County Commissioners will remain unchanged heading into the new year. Republican Incumbent Kellie Streeter defeated Democratic Challenger Stacy Allen by upwards of 4,300 votes in one of the
  • Vantlin, Shelton Bring Home Wins for GOP

    Knox County now knows who will lead county law enforcement into the future. Republican Doug Vantlin was victorious over Democrat Brian Hagen in the race to replace current Sheriff Mike
  • Yochum to Fill County Council Seat

    Only one face will change on the Knox County Council in 2019. Republican Jay Yochum defeated Democrat Ray McCormick in the race for the District 3 seat currently held by
  • Mike Braun speaks to press after he was declared the winner of Indiana's U.S. Senate race. (Drew Daudelin/WFYI News)

    Mike Braun Wins U.S. Senate Seat

    Republican Mike Braun defeated incumbent U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly Tuesday – shutting Indiana Democrats out of all statewide elected office. Indiana’s race was viewed around the country as one of
  • Portion of 6th Street to Close This Week

    The Vincennes Water Utilities will be closing a portion of 6th Street between Barnett and Church streets to repair a sanitary sewer line starting tomorrow. The work will get underway
  • Concerned Citizens Invited to Pace Board Meeting

    If you have any questions about Pace Community Action Agency, what they do and what services they offer, you’ll soon have a chance to ask. Pace’s Board of Directors are
  • Indianapolis Public Schools was one of 10 school corporations with referenda on the ballot this November, that also won approval from voters. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Voters Approve Most School Funding Referenda

    Most school corporations across the state with funding referenda on the ballot won approval from voters Tuesday night; only three school corporations’ measures failed. Cannelton, Culver and Hamilton Community schools
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    Klutz Retains State Auditor’s Office

    Republican Tera Klutz has won her re-election campaign for state auditor. This is actually Klutz’s first run for state auditor – she was appointed to the job in 2017, after
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    Kelly Mitchell Re-Elected As State Treasurer

    Republican incumbent Kelly Mitchell will remain in office, after being Democrat challenger John Aguilera. Mitchell was first elected as treasurer in 2014. She also worked in the office for seven
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