• Flyover Leads to Marijuana Siezure

    Earlier this week, Indiana State Police and the National Guard took to the skies to search out drug operations. Troopers from Bloomington that are part of the Marijuana Eradication Team
  • GRC Hosting Weekend Astronomy Night

    The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will turn its eye to the sky this weekend. Astronomy Night gets underway at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow as part of the Junior Rangers
  • Assistant Secretary of State Dr. Chris Ford, Department of Commerce Special Agent Dan Clutch, and FBI Special Agent Grant Mendenhall answer media questions on economic espionage. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Agencies Meet to Discuss Economic Espionage

    Representatives of several federal agencies met with Indiana business and university leaders Thursday to discuss current threats to technology exports the possibility of what they call “economic espionage.” Economic espionage
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    Report: Indiana 12th Worst State for Obesity

    The number of obese Hoosier adults ticked up slightly and policies to prevent obesity still lag despite growing awareness. A third of Indiana adults are obese.  An annual Trust for America’s
  • The Indiana Supreme Court could overturn a state law that bars cities from charging more than $5 in annual fees to landlords for their rental properties. (FILE PHOTO: Peter Balonon-Rosen/IPB News)

    State SC Considers Rental Fee Caps

    The Indiana Supreme Court could overturn a state law that bars cities from charging more than $5 in annual fees to landlords for their rental properties. Those fees typically get
  • County Fails to Land Broadband Grant

    Knox County failed in its first attempt to secure state funding for the expansion of Broadband in the County. Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch announced yesterday that five communities will receive
  • Great Strides Walk Returns This Weekend

    This weekend, teams from Knox and surrounding counties will gather on the Vincennes University campus for the 7th annual Great Strides Walk. The event raises money to assist those battling
  • VU Awards Contracts for New Ag Building

    General construction on Vincennes University’s new Agriculture building should be getting underway shortly. The University’s Board of Trustees Wednesday awarded contracts totaling just over $2.4 million for the new facility, which
  • Local Professionals Eye Conflict Resolution

    Members of the community gathered on Vincennes University’s campus Wednesday to learn about conflict resolution. Put on by the Knox County Chamber of Commerce, the Lunch and Learn event is
  • The first meeting of Indiana's Water Infrastructure Task Force (Rebecca Thiele/IPB News)

    Taxpayers Likely to Pay for Water Infrastructure

    The state Water Infrastructure Task Force held its first official meeting Wednesday. Legislators created the group last year to study the state’s water systems and make a plan to tackle
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