• VU Facing Busy Week

    It will be a busy week on the Vincennes University Campus. University Faculty return to campus today for the first day of their contract year, as new Faculty will go
  • City to Revisit Food Truck Ordinance

    The City of Vincennes will once again revisit the regulation of food trucks at their meeting Monday night. The issue has been before the council for a few months, and
  • State Auditor Tera Klutz calls Indiana a "leader in fiscal responsibility." (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Tax Struggle Continues in New Fiscal Year

    Indiana started its new fiscal year on a positive note, with tax revenues that slightly outperformed expectations. That’s despite the continuation in July of a negative trend. Indiana collected about
  • Mike Morehouse, a fifth generation farmer in Elkhart, Indiana, points to his new grain bin. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Hoosier Farmers Hit Twice With Trump Tariffs

    Fifth generation Elkhart County farmer Mike Morehouse comes from a family that’s been working the land for more than 150 years. Growing corn and soybeans, he recently bought a new
  • Rep. Jim Lucas (R-Seymour) says medical marijuana legalization is a realistic goal for the 2019 session. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Lawmakers, Advocates Discuss Medical Marijuana

    A Republican state lawmaker says medical marijuana legalization is a realistic goal for the 2019 session. Advocates like those who spoke at cannabis advocates forum at the State Library Saturday –
  • Enrollment in the Choice Scholarship Program for 2017-18.

    Study: Private School Voucher Math Scores Drop

    Low‐income Indiana students who use a voucher to transfer to a private school as part of the country’s largest private school voucher program, fall behind academically in math, according to
  • (2018 Indiana School Safety Recommendations)

    Safety Recommendations Stress Mental Services

    The group responsible for Indiana’s school safety report says the state needs to improve mental health services and data sharing to keep kids safe. Gov. Eric Holcomb released the report
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    Report: Indiana Could Take Better Cancer Action

    The American Cancer Society’s study finds Indiana could do more to reduce preventable cancer deaths.  This is the 16th year for the annual “How Do You Measure Up?” analysis. It
  • New Local STEM Program Begins Monday

    A new program is coming to the Washington Public Library. The Library’s new Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, program kicks off on Monday. The program is made possibly by