• IN Appeals on Wheels in Vincennes Next Week

    The public will have the unique opportunity to observe oral arguments in the Indiana Court of Appeals next week. As part of the state’s Appeals on Wheels program, the Indiana
     
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  • President’s Day Closings in Vincennes

    All Vincennes city offices will be closed on Monday in observance of the President’s Day holiday. According to the Vincennes Mayor’s Office, recycling for Monday will be collected with Tuesday,
     
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  • The House Public Policy Committee is set to vote on the latest abortion bill next week. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Possible Bill To Ban 2nd Trimester Abortion

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/house_public_policy_committee.jpg” alt=”The House Public Policy Committee is set to vote on the latest abortion bill next week. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)”> Proposed legislation seeks to ban a second trimester
     
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  • Alzheimer's Association public policy director Jason Barrett speaks to advocates. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    Advocates Urge Update To Alzheimer’s Plan

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/IMG_9324.jpg” alt=”Alzheimer&#039;s Association public policy director Jason Barrett speaks to advocates. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)”> A proposal to address Alzheimer’s disease in Indiana may be considered by Indiana lawmakers.
     
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  • Rep. Tony Cook authored HB 1404, which outlines what metrics the state board of education should consider to use for grading schools. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Should Schools Be Accountable After Graduation?

    School accountability in Indiana could focus, in part, on what students do after high school under a plan in the House, as lawmakers seek to align the state’s school accountability
     
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    Program Aims To Increase Addiction Workforce

    A new program aims to increase the number of qualified social workers to address the state’s addiction crisis. The Community Behavioral Health Academy brings together four groups to streamline the process of
     
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    Delphi Murders: Unsolved After Two Years

             <img src=”http://www.wbaa.org/sites/wbaa/files/styles/default/public/201902/delphi_murders_update.jpg” alt=”Carroll County Prosecutor Nick McLeland (left) gave little new information on Wednesday, the two-year anniversary of the murders of Abby Williams and Libby German.”> An update Wednesday
     
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  • City of Vincennes & KC Coming Together

    The City of Vincennes and Knox County could soon come together to create a resource for that will benefit each entity. Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum appeared before the Knox County
     
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  • Council Ponders Tax Abatement for Coal Company

    The Knox County Council is considering a tax abatement for a local coal company. Todd Davis from Sunrise Coal appeared before the Council at their meeting last night, requesting a
     
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  • Annual Family Valentine’s Day Dance

    A long time Valentine’s Day tradition continues this weekend in Vincennes! The Annual Family Valentine Dance takes place this Saturday, February 16th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Vincennes
     
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