Elected officials in Bicknell took yet another step toward securing full-time police coverage from the Knox County Sheriff’s Department with the county commissioners on Tuesday approving an inter-local agreement between the two entities.
First came the approval for a $40,000 landscape project intended to both beautify the Knox County Public Library campus with native plants and better link the library campus.
EVANSVILLE — It was the perfect town hall meeting audience for politically polarized 2019 — noisy when audience members didn't like what 8th District Rep. Larry Bucshon, R-Newburgh, said and noisy when they did.
DALEVILLE — A lawyer for two Indiana online charter schools accused of inflating their enrollments says they have essentially shut down and need money to help students transfer since state funding has been cut off.
• George Rogers Clark National Historical Park continues its National Park Movie Night series on Thursday with three new selections celebrating the 150th anniversary of the inauguration of President Ulysses S. Grant. These selections focus on three national park units that tell pieces of his…
A timeframe for tearing down the old grain elevators on First Street to make way for a new housing complex is finally taking shape, the developer, Andy Myszak, said Monday.
New- and used-car monthly payments reached a record high in the first half of 2019, according to Edmunds transaction data. The average new-car monthly payment in the first half of 2019 was $556, which marks a 20% increase since 2008. Used-car payments also remained high, averaging $409 a month.
EVANSVILLE — Vectren is asking state regulators' permission to add to customer bills the cost of cleaning up the coal ash pond at its A.B. Brown power plant.
BLOOMINGTON — Jenna Whiteaker’s new job as Bloomington’s first after-hours ambassador — modeled after Amsterdam’s nactburgemeester and a number of other cities’ night mayors — started out with a vague description.
INDIANAPOLIS — Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky is receiving a nearly $1 million funding boost and is adding staffers since its merger with the group's Seattle-based affiliate earlier this year.
Nightmare situations for pet owners in North Carolina and Georgia after encountering a toxic blue-green algae bloom have sparked concerns of the same right here at home.
“Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.” ― Henry David Thoreau
Just prior to the turn of the 20th century, a business opened on the corner of 15th and Main streets (what was at that time the very eastern part of the city limits) that would offer an outlet for the milk produced by area farmers.
Southwestern Michigan is serving up a menu of the most delectable treats for the nation’s newest invasive species — the spotted lanternfly.
Indianapolis-based agriculture technology company The Bee Corp has created a bee-monitoring application that helps beekeepers collect vital data on their hives, helping to ensure bee safety and food security across the country.
PORTAGE — An Indiana mayor accused state environmental officials Friday of waiting several days before notifying his city about a steel mill's spill of cyanide and another chemical that led to a fish kill and prompted the closure of beaches along Lake Michigan.
For decades, this nation has lived in awe of the work of many Latino figures: the speed of Emerson Fittipaldi’s Indy car, the high fashion of Oscar de la Renta, the artwork of Frida Khalo and the guitar riffs of Carlos Santana.
Main Street from 22nd Street out to Jamestown Apartments has been open to traffic now for a week, but the project won't be finally completed for another month, if not longer.
SOUTH BEND — Dozens of county residents rallied outside the County-City Building Tuesday night as a part of ongoing efforts to persuade public officials to rethink plans for an industrial park near New Carlisle.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said Tuesday that anti-immigrant sentiment in rural America declines when residents know and appreciate the role of those moving into their communities.
HAGATNA, Guam — A towering white cathedral built on the site of Guam's first church dominates the skyline of Hagåtña, the sleepy capital of this American territory.
Members of the South Knox School Corp. Board of Trustees on Tuesday officially approved the first steps in a long-term plan to expand the playground at the elementary school.
Members of the Utilities Service Board on Wednesday opted to forego a traditional bidding process and struck their first-ever cooperative purchasing agreement with counterparts in Indianapolis to secure the lowest possible price on a state-of-the-art video camera system.