• KCDC Celebrates Shovel-Ready Status Property

    Local leaders will celebrate the possibilities in Knox County later this week. On Friday, The Knox County Development Corporation will welcome Indian Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch as they celebrate the
     
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  • VUF Announces Five Recipients of Wathen Grants

    The Vincennes University Foundation has announced the five recipients of the Thomas W. Wathen Technology Fund grants. The fund was created during the University’s Third Century of Excellence capital campaign by
     
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  • Fire and Police Depts. Response to Thursday’s Rain

    The Vincennes Fire Department and Police Departments were quite busy on Thursday, February 7th due to the historic rain storm. Fire Chief Sonny Pinkstaff and Assistant Police Chief Terry Johnson
     
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  • Rep. Jim Lucas (R-Seymour) says his bill would extend the state's "Stand Your Ground" defense to cover civil lawsuits. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    IN House Votes To Expand Stand Your Ground Law

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/jim_lucas_beard-lc2.jpg” alt=”Rep. Jim Lucas (R-Seymour) says his bill would extend the state&#039;s &quot;Stand Your Ground&quot; defense to cover civil lawsuits. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)”> House lawmakers overwhelmingly approved a
     
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  • This bill would not allow teachers to seek training without the approval of their school board.

    Bill Supports Funding for Teacher Firearm Training

    The bill’s author reminded lawmakers that Indiana schools already have the authority to arm teachers, and his bill establishes a voluntary firearm training program.
     
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    Bill To Prevent Overprescription For Foster Youth

    A bill to better regulate psychotropic medicine for youth in Indiana’s foster system passed out committee today.  The proposal aims to prevent overprescribing medication to young people for depression, anxiety or
     
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  • The Indiana House approved legislation whose author says will, as he puts it, “ease the pressure” on overcrowded jails. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Overcrowded Jails Bill Easily Clears Indiana House

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/house_chamber.jpg” alt=”The Indiana House approved legislation whose author says will, as he puts it, “ease the pressure” on overcrowded jails. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)”> The Indiana House approved legislation
     
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  • House Education Committee Chair Bob Behning (R-Indianapolis) speaks during a committee meeting. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Lawmakers Back Off Proposal To Share Referenda

    Lawmakers backed off a proposal Monday that would have forced school districts to share referendum dollars with nearby charter schools. Part of a bill sponsored by House Education Committee Chair
     
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  • Bloomington Man Arrested in Rape Case

    A man was arrested in a rape case in Bloomington. Madyson McGill reports.
     
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  • Going Digital with Tax Filing

    Want your tax refund as soon as possible? Pitch the paper forms and go digital. Ashley Fowler with more. If you file electronically, you’ll get your tax refund about six
     
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