• New App Looking to Aid Trauma Survivors

    A new application developed by the Indiana University School of Medicine may make a big difference for survivors of trauma. The app, named ‘My Emotional Compass’ is designed to help
     
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  • Purdue economist Wally Tyner predicts gas prices 40 to 50 cents higher than last summer in Indiana. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Several Factors Fuel Increase in Gas Prices

    Indiana gas prices have been steadily increasing over the past couple weeks. According to American Automobile Association, AAA, Indiana has felt the biggest increase in gas prices – about 66
     
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  • Fmr. Union Leader Talks Jobs Under Pres. Trump

    Retired union leader Chuck Jones believes President Donald Trump has not kept his promises to Hoosier workers. Jones’s statements come ahead of the president’s Thursday visit to Elkhart, a city
     
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    15% Ethanol Gas Could Benefit Corn, Harm Wildlife

    President Donald Trump reportedly agreeing to allow year-round sales of gasoline with 15 percent ethanol could be food for Indiana corn growers, but environmentalists aren’t thrilled. Cory Harris is the
     
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  • 2018 Knox Co. Primary Results

    The 2018 Knox County Primary Election is officially over. All eyes locally were on the races for the Republican nominations for Knox County Assessor and Sheriff. The race for Assessor
     
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  • Knox Co. Sees Stronger Voter Turnout

    Knox County saw a stronger turnout for yesterday’s primary election than it had in years past. Nearly 7200 voters either voted early or come out to the polls yesterday. That’s
     
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  • Businessman Mike Braun wins the Republican U.S. Senate nomination following a primary that has been called one of the nastiest in the nation. (WFIU/WTIU)

    Braun Wins Republican U.S. Senate Primary

    Businessman and former state Rep. Mike Braun will square off this fall with incumbent U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.). Braun emerged the victor Tuesday from a bruising Republican primary against
     
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  • Clinkenbeard Trial Moved Yet Again

    The trial of a former County department head accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars has been moved yet again. It’s the fifth time Tracy Clinkenbeard’s trial has been
     
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