• UPDATE: Pair Arrested in Armed Robbery Case

    Vincennes Police have arrested two individuals in connection to a reported armed robbery earlier in the week. According to Police Chief Dusty Luking, 38-year-old Ricky L. Brochin II and Tera L.
     
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  • VUPD Make Armed Robbery Arrest

    Vincennes University Police arrested one person last night on a charge of armed robbery. 19-year-old Jerremy Henderson of Indianapolis was booked into the Knox County Jail on the charge following
     
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  • Winter Won’t Slow Down City Projects

    As we get closer to the first official day of winter, you may be wondering how the cold temperatures will impact ongoing construction in Vincennes, such as the Main Street
     
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  • Public Invited to Christmas at Grouseland

    Grouseland will be ushering in the Christmas Holiday with a candlelight open house beginning at 6:30 this evening. Unlike today’s colorful decorations, Grouseland Foundation Executive Director, Lisa Ice-Jones says decorations from the period that William Henry
     
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  • OTP Premiering New Show This Weekend

    Old Town Players will be bringing the story of the Elves and the Shoemaker to life this weekend. Director Steve Gray says the Grimm’s Fairy Tale cal tells the story of a shoemaker
     
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  • First Friday Art Walk Returns Tonight

    The final First Friday Art Walk of 2018 will take place tonight in downtown Vincennes. The event offers area residents the chance to spend some time not only viewing art
     
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  • Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and Gov. Eric Holcomb discuss their 2019 policy agenda. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Governor Holcomb Unveils 2019 Agenda

    Gov. Eric Holcomb’s 2019 legislative agenda plans a lot of small steps forward on priorities he’s focused on since taking office. Workforce and economic development have long been at the
     
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  • CAFOs off Route 25 in Tippecanoe County. (FILE PHOTO: Annie Ropeik/IPB News)

    Indiana Group Joins Lawsuit Over CAFO Rule

    The Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana is joining seven other groups in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It wants the agency to do away with a 2016
     
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  • VU Announces $3M Dorm Renovation

    Vincennes University’s Godare Residence Hall is going to get a make over. The University’s Board of Trustees yesterday approved $3.3 million in improvements to the interior of the building. Wolfe
     
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  • University Welcomes New Police Officers

    The Vincennes University Board of Trustees welcomed the two newest members to the VU Police Department . Blake Marsee and Kevin Porter were hired by the board during Wednesday’s Meeting.
     
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