• Grants Make a Big Difference for Vincennes Fire

    Fire Chief Sonny Pinkstaff has a goal of every home in Vincennes with a smoke detector if the occupants don’t already have one. At the Vincennes City Council meeting earlier this
     
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  • Duke Employees Raise $27k for United Way

    Employees with Duke Energy’s Edwardsport Power Plant contributed over $27,000 towards this year United Way of Knox County fund-raising drive. Employees with the plant presented United Way Director Mark Hill and other
     
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  • Council Eyes 90’s-Era Ordinance

    The County Council has recommitted themselves to a 90’s-era ordinance concerning new employees. County Attorney Drew Porter brought the resolution to the table, stating that there is evidence of a
     
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  • Indiana farmer Mark Boyer spoke to attendees at the Indiana Farm Bureau State Convention about his experience this past harvest season growing hemp. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Will Indiana Legalize Producing Hemp?

    Industrial hemp legislation is expected to appear again in the upcoming Indiana legislative session – and might now be helped along by federal law. Previous attempts to legalize the plant
     
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  • The U.S. Department of Transportation will send $40 million to add lanes to I-65 in northcentral and southcentral Indiana. (Peetlesnumber1/Wikimedia Commons)

    Indiana Recieves $40 Million From U.S.D.o.T

    The U.S. Department of Transportation is set to send Indiana $40 million to add additional lanes to parts of both northbound and southbound Interstate 65. The grants fund the construction
     
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  • Farmers have been unsure whether waters created by heavy rains, like this puddle, would be regulated by the 2015 WOTUS rule under the Obama administration. (WFIU/WTIU News)

    Trump Administration Has Drafted Own WOTUS

    A proposed change to the controversial Waters of the United States rule could reduce the number of waters in Indiana regulated by the federal government. The Environmental Protection Agency announced
     
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    Employer-Based Health Costs Continue to Rise

    The total out-of-pocket costs for Hoosiers with employer-based health insurance has doubled in the past decade.  A new analysis focuses on policies that could help improve affordability. More than half of
     
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    IU Violated Title IX By Suspending Male Student

    A male student is suing Indiana University for Title IX violations, alleging the school’s investigation into rape accusations was biased against him because of his gender. It’s the latest in
     
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  • Sullivan Co. Man Arrested on Burglary Charges

    The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a suspect in a pair of burglaries. Police say Jesse Davis is charged with a break-in at the Merom College Institute on November
     
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  • Washington Raising Utility Rates

    The Washington City Council voted to raise utility rates last night.  Water, sewer and electric rates will go up an estimated combined 10%. That means the average household in Washington
     
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