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    Officials Evaluate Overflow Living Areas For Purdue

    As Purdue University students complained on social media about overcrowded living spaces, Indiana Department of Homeland Security officials visited the West Lafayette campus this week to ask questions. Still, Purdue
     
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  • The Indiana Alcohol Code Revision Commission debated whether to change the state's alcohol permit quota system. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Alcohol Law Revision Commission Debates Quotas

    The Indiana Alcohol Code Revision Commission – responsible for a potential rewrite of Indiana’s alcohol laws – debated Friday whether to change the state’s alcohol permit quota system, which limits
     
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  • United Way Campaign Off to a Good Start

    The 2018 fund raising campaign for the United Way of Knox County is officially underway! It’s the 62nd annual fund raising campaign for the organization locally. The kick off event
     
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  • UEA Looking to Expand Boundaries

    The Vincennes Urban Enterprise Association has approved a proposed expansion of its boundaries. If approved, UEA Director Dan Ravellette says it would expand the Urban Enterprise Zone’s footprint by one third.
     
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  • Vincennes Taking House Rehab Applications

    The City of Vincennes has announced it is taking aim at houses in need of repair. In a press release issued Thursday, the city announced intentions to apply for owner-occupied
     
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  • President Donald Trump speaks to the crowd in Evansville where he endorsed Republican Senate candidate Mike Braun. (Alex Eady/WTIU)

    Trump Visits Evansville, Endorses Braun

    Thousands attended a rally in Evansville where President Donald Trump spoke Thursday night. This was the president’s 10th campaign visit to Indiana. Trump spoke about trade, immigration and coal. He’s
     
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    ISTEP Results Delayed Due to Grading Issues

    The Indiana Department of Education says results for the state’s standardized test, the ISTEP, are delayed due to issues the exam’s vendor reported as it finalized the data. The State
     
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  • Indiana Bike and Walk Summit was held in Indianapolis. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    Walkable And Bikeable: Indiana Makes Progress

    Communities across Indiana are finding ways to be more walkable and bikeable.  An annual summit in Indianapolis highlighted success stories and challenges they face. This year, the event hosted by Health
     
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  • Salute to WWII Returns This Weekend

    The Indiana Military Museum’s annual Salute to WWII veterans event will take place this weekend. The event brings together re-enactors and living history people from all over the country for
     
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  • United Way Hosting Campaign Kick Off

    The United Way of Knox County will host their official campaign kick off event tonight. The event will take place from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. as part of the Knox
     
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