• USA Gymnastics had its first bankruptcy court appearance at Birch Bayh Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse since filing for Chapter 11 last week. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    USA Gymnastics Makes Bankruptcy Appearance

    Monday, the same day lawyers representing USA Gymnastics first appeared in bankruptcy court, a 200-plus page report was published documenting the failure of the United States Olympic Committee, USOC, and
  • Purdue University College of Agriculture Associate Dean Jason Henderson talks to farmers about the current farm economy along with the challenges and opportunities going forward. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Millennials Could Be Answer to Ag Struggles

    After a few years of farmers struggling to make a profit and the addition of tariff uncertainty to the economic mix, some farmers have begun looking for new markets to
  • A poster for Noblesville Schools hangs in a coffee shop window. (FILE PHOTO: Peter Balonon-Rosen/IPB News)

    School Expert Worries About Lack of Regulation

    A lawsuit against Indianapolis Public Schools claims the district used deceptive marketing about a university partnership to attract a family to one of its schools. At least one expert says
  • Waggoner Receives Lilly Endowment

    Vincennes Rivet’s Grace Waggoner has been named the recipient of the 2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. The scholarship is presented annually by the Knox County Community Foundation to a graduate
  • Push Continues for Folks to Shop Local

    Knox County Chamber of Commerce Director Jamie Neal continues to hammer home the importance ot Shopping Local this Holiday Season. She says its important to support local retailers not only during
  • Shop With A Cop Returns Tomorrow

    The Shop with a Cop program returns to Vincennes tomorrow. The 20th annual incarnation of the event will stick close to tradition. Officers from the Vincennes Police Department will transfer
  • 2019 Shaping Up to be Big for Chamber

    The Knox County Chamber of Commerce has a number of activities planned in 2019. Chamber Director Jamie Neal says one of the things they will be pushing is the value of being a
  • Local Students Learn Coding Skills

    Vincennes University students came together last week to teach a valuable skill to local elementary students. As part of the National Hour of Code, the Vincennes University Information Technology Department
  • Local Arrest Report – 12.10.18

    Vincennes Police arrested two people overnight on drug related charges. 32 year-old Heather Brand was taken into custody by police. She was wanted on four warrants for possession of meth, marijuana,
  • Teacher pay has been on the minds of many educators and policy makers this year, in Indiana and nationwide. (Zach Herndon/WTIU)

    Holcomb on Teacher Raises: Framework First

    Teacher pay is a key part of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s agenda for 2019, but he says significant raises might not happen for another two years. Gov. Holcomb’s education plans for
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