• A coal-fired power plant near near Becker, Minnesota. (Tony Webster/Wikimedia Commons)

    How Clean Power Rule Might Affect Indiana

    New rules from the Environmental Protection Agency give states the power to set their own goals for greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants. The Affordable Clean Energy rule, or
  • First Food Truck Night a Success

    After a rainy Monday, the skies cleared over the Wabash as Vincennes welcomed its first Food Truck Night. The event saw vendors from all across Southern Indiana make their way
  • Local Man Awarded for Hoosier Hospitality

    A Vincennes resident was recognized for his work with the Red Skelton Museum of Comedy. Grady Dixon was presented the Lieutenant Governor’s Hoosier Hospitality Award recently during a ceremony at
  • New Exhibit Open at Shircliff Gallery

    The works of Kalee Appleton and Dana Fritz will be on display at the Vincennes University’s Shircliff Gallery of Art starting August 21st. Appleton, a photography-based artist and educator from
  • GRC Prepping for Movie Night

    The public is invited to get more familiar with national trails this week. The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will be holding a Movie Night, featuring films dedicated to
  • The Indiana Republican Party filed an ethics complaint against Sen.  Joe Donnelly (D-Ind). (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    INGOP Files Ethics Complaint Against Donnelly

    The Indiana Republican Party filed an ethics complaint Monday against U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.). The complaint objects to video footage Donnelly’s office released of his meeting with Supreme Court
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    Purdue: Comedian Won’t Be Asked Back

    A Purdue University spokesman says the school will no longer work with comedian Andy Gross following an inappropriate comedy performance during the school’s freshman orientation. Gross has come under fire
  • Sen. Travis Holdman says a school safety referendum option for schools could help focus those dollars. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Lawmaker to Propose School Safety Referendum

    Schools could have another option to fund safety measures if a state lawmaker gets his way, by creating a new avenue for schools to seek support from their local taxpayers.
  • The campaign from the Indiana Secretary of State uses television, radio, and print ads to urge people to register to vote by the state’s Oct. 9 deadline. (Indiana Secretary of State's office)

    Secy Of State Takes Aim at Election Security

    New ads from the Indiana Secretary of State’s office seek to reassure Hoosiers about election security. The campaign uses television, radio, and print ads to urge people to register to