• Rep. Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) says the latest legislation builds on previous school safety investments. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Lawmakers Approve School Safety Bill

    Indiana schools will now have access to a little more money to upgrade their safety infrastructure. The new money is possible through legislation approved during Monday’s one-day special session of
  • Main St. Project to Advance Tonight

    Another piece of the Main Street Phase One puzzle will be put in place tonight. City Engineer John Sprague is schedule to speak before the Board of Works at their
  • Sprague Seeking Assistance for Bridge Work

    An all-important piece of Phase One of the Main Street Project will be put in the spotlight tonight. Phase One will see the widening of not only the roadway between
  • E&B Begin CCMG Milling Work

    Milling operations in Vincennes will be ramping up this week. Crews with E&B Paving will begin milling operations for the 2017 Community Crossroads Project. Milling operations are expected to take
  • Local Arrest Report – 5.14.18

    -Knox County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a domestic disturbance last night at a Vincennes Home. Officers arrested 39-year-old Marion Young of Vincennes on one count of battery.
  • Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) says he'll vote for President Trump's controversial nominee for CIA Director Gina Haspel. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Donnelly 2nd Dem. to Support CIA Nominee

    U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) announced Saturday he will vote for President Donald Trump’s nominee for CIA Director Gina Haspel. The Hoosier senior senator becomes the second Democrat to publicly
  • (B. Bartel/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

    Red Wolf On The Brink Of Extinction

    The red wolf, once native to southern Indiana, could become extinct as soon as 2026. Officials with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a report last month stating that
  • (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    School Safety Measure Revived For Special Session

    Lawmakers will consider a revived school safety measure during Monday’s special session. The regular session’s school safety bill focused on human trafficking and cyberbullying at first, but after the Parkland,
  • Natalie Stidd speaks to the Indiana State Psychology Board about revoking Albert Fink’s license. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    So. IN Psychologist’s License Revoked

    Bloomington psychologist Dr. Albert Fink’s license was officially revoked Friday morning. It’s been almost two years since Bloomington psychologist Albert Fink crashed his car in an attempt, he says, to
  • Indiana University School of Medicine Dr. Burcin Ekser (middle) and some of the team of researchers who work on organ transplant technology. (Photo courtesy Indiana University School of Medicine)

    3D Bioprinted Organ Research Advancing in Indiana

    Indiana scientists are on the frontlines of research that could result in organs for transplant created by 3D bioprinting. Indiana University of School of Medicine research on organ transplant technology
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