• Blood Drive Set for Tomorrow

    The Catholic Community will be hosting a blood drive this week. On Wednesday afternoon, from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m., area residents are invited to make their way to the Knight
  • Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signs the diabetes action plan bill. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    New Law Aims to Reduce High Diabetes Rates

    Gov. Eric Holcomb ceremonially signed the bill that creates a diabetes action plan. Indiana has a high diabetes rate, 11 percent of Hoosiers. An estimated one in three Hoosiers are
  • Democratic Secretary of State candidate Jim Harper says Hoosiers should be concerned about election security this year. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Democrat Calls For Enhanced Election Security

    Democratic Secretary of State candidate Jim Harper says Hoosiers should be concerned about election security this year. Harper says Republican incumbent Connie Lawson hasn’t done enough to protect votes at
  • Gov. Eric Holcomb says he'll work to find consensus on hate crimes legislation. (Zach Herndon/WTIU)

    Holcomb Announces Support For Hate Crimes Bill

    Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Monday he’ll support hate crimes legislation in the 2019 session. The move comes after vandals defaced a Carmel synagogue with anti-Semitic graffiti. Legislation to increase penalties
  • Man Accused of Stealing Youth Softball Funds

    A Vincennes man was arrested late Friday after it was discovered money was missing from the Vincennes Girls Youth Softball League. An investigation into the missing funds lead Vincennes Police
  • New VU Provost Excited for New Journey

    Vincennes University’s new Provost may be new to the university but she’s no stranger to higher education. Dr. Laura Treanor brings with her almost 30 years of experience in higher
  • KCPL Offering Insight on Homelessness

    The Knox County Public Library will look to provide a new insight on Homelessness next week. Homelessness expert Ryan Dowd will give a presentation about treating those who are homeless
  • Course Change Coming to Trailblazer 5k

    The Trailblazer 5k makes its return later this month. On Saturday, August 11th, area residents are invited to take part in the 9th annual walk/run event through Indiana’s oldest city.
  • Four women say Attorney General Curtis Hill groped them at a party. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Hill Allegations Remain Unresolved

    The next big step in the sexual misconduct allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill likely won’t come until after the Inspector General completes her investigation. After Republican legislative leaders and