• ISP Considering Drug Take Back a Success

    The Indiana State Police are considering National Drug Take Back Day a success. On Saturday, April 28th, the public was encouraged to drop off their unwanted or unused medications at
     
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    Study: Many Hoosiers Ineligible For Food Assistance

    People are said to experience food insecurity when they do not have access to enough food for all family members to live a healthy, active life. An annual report measures
     
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  • FSSA Secretary Jennifer Walthall says Open Beds has cut down the time to connect addiction disorder patients to treatment. (FILE PHOTO: Ryan Flanery/WFYI News)

    Addiction Treatment Program Exceeds Expectations

    Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Secretary Jennifer Walthall says the state’s new Open Beds program has exceeded all expectations in its first six weeks. Open Beds is a partnership
     
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  • Change Made to Bicknell Blight Elimination

    The Bicknell Board of Works has awarded a bid to Mullins Supply for the the demolition of 12 blighted homes in the city. According to the Vincennes Sun-Commercial, Mullins was
     
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  • City Clean Up Coming This Weekend

    Area volunteers will come together this weekend in an effort to clean up Vincennes. The 14th annual City Wide Clean up, Sponsored by Burkhart Insurance, will take place this Saturday
     
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  • KCPL Closing the Book on Hunger

    The Knox County Public Library will once again look to Close the Booker on Hunger this month. The program, in it’s four consecutive year, aims at providing food and other
     
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  • Library Accepting Sign Ups for Summer Reading

    It’s once again time to sign up for the Knox County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. The theme for this year’s program is Library’s Rock, and will feature activities for
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 5.3.18

    -34-year-old Matatias Mejia was arrested following a traffic stop around 4:21 this morning by a Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy. He was booked into the Knox County Jail charged with driving
     
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  • Voter advocacy groups say an Indiana law will illegally throw Hoosiers off the voting rolls. And they’re suing to stop the state from using that law. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Judge Hears Case on Voter Maintenance Law

    Voter advocacy groups say an Indiana law will illegally throw Hoosiers off the voting rolls. And they’re suing to stop the state from using that law. A federal court hearing
     
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  • Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky CEO Christie Gillespie (left) and ACLU of Indiana Legal Director Ken Falk discuss a recent victory in an abortion lawsuit. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Counties Want Out of New IN Abortion Lawsuit

    Three Indiana county prosecutors don’t want to defend the state’s new anti-abortion law against a suit brought by Planned Parenthood. The new law requires all doctors, hospitals, and clinics to
     
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