• Weekend Closings, Cancellations and Delays

    Due to inclement weather throughout our area, the following closings, cancellations and delays have been announced: Business Church Services Morning religious education classes at St. Francis Catholic Church have been Read More >>
  • VU Cope Open House

    Vincennes University’s Cope program will be hosting an open house next month for students to learn more about the services they offer. Dr. Candace Joles Director of Student Support Services at VU says
     
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  • One Dead After Shooting at IU

    One person is dead and another is hurt after a shooting Thursday night near the Indiana University campus in Bloomington Police say it happened around 9:15 p.m. at an apartment complex
     
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  • VU Sees Low Enrollment Numbers

    Vincennes University like a number of colleges around the state are seeing lower enrollment numbers. Speaking on WVUT’s 22-Magazine, VU President Chuck Johnson acknowledged a strong economy is playing a factor in enrollment with students opting
     
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  • MLK Day Celebration at VU

    The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be celebrated at Vincennes University next week. The public is invited to partake in a banquet celebration hosted by VU’s Department
     
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  • Former Terre Haute Police Officer Fired

    A former West Terre Haute Police officer is suing the town after he was fired. Jonathan Stevens, Sr. was convicted of a misdemeanor for excessive noise, a lesser charge to
     
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  • Holcomb’s Proposal to up Teacher Pay

    Governor Holcomb’s State of the State address featured a proposal to pump up teacher salaries this year. But he also announced a commission to come up with additional ideas. The
     
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  • Vectren Merger

    A proposed merger between Vectren, which is based in Evansville, and a Texas power company has been partially approved by state regulators. The 6-million-dollar deal would merge Vectren and CenterPoint
     
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  • Globetrotters Tickets for Government Employees

    The Harlem Globetrotters say they are offering complimentary tickets to their upcoming games in Indianapolis to any U.S. government employee currently on furlough. The organization says any U.S. government employee
     
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  • Animal Abusers Online Registry

    Indiana could soon have an online registry for animal abusers. State Senator J.D. Ford says his plan would model the registry after Indiana’s sex offender registry. Ford says anyone convicted
     
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