• Local Priest Accused of Sexual Misconduct

    A local priest has been placed on administrative leave after being accused of sexual misconduct. During Saturday evening services at St. John’s Catholic Church and Sacred Heart Catholic Church, it
  • INDOT Announced Change to SR159 project

    Pipe replacement set to take place this week near Bicknell has been postponed. The Indiana Department of Transportation had planned to closed State Road 159 near Bicknell to to excavate and
  • County Continues Quest for Broadband Expansion

    The Knox County Development Corporation is looking at opportunities to expand Digital and Broadband Service in the County. Knox Count Development Corporation Executive Director Kent Utt says they are hoping
  • Local Business Asked to Participate in Survey

    Knox County Businesses are being asked to share information about their wage and benefit packages as part of a regional survey involving 13-other counties. KCDC Executive Director Kent Utt says
  • Board to Consider Pair of SIDC Contracts

    A pair of contracts will come before the Vincennes Board of Works at their meeting tonight. Both will come from the Southern Indiana Development Commission. The first will be for
  • Tour of Opportunity Returns Next Month

    Knox County High School Juniors will have the chance to learn about potential job opportunities in the community. The Knox County Development Corporation plans on hosting its 4th annual Tour
  • VUJC Prepping for QMA Program

    The Vincennes University Jasper campus is now accepting applications for a Qualified Medication Aide program that will begin October 15th. A qualified medication aide is a certified nurse (CNA) who
  • Marchers reach their destination at Christ Church Cathedral on Monument Circle in Indianapolis. (Rebecca Thiele/IPB News)

    Hoosiers Demand Climate Action In Soggy March

    About 100 people braved the rain to attend the Rise for Climate Action march at the Indiana Statehouse on Saturday. Speakers focused on midterm elections and how climate change harms
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    Ground Zero 360 Exhibit Opens in Indy

    A traveling exhibit stopping in Indianapolis puts a face on some of the nearly 3,000 lives lost on September 11. Ground Zero 360 opened Friday at the Indiana War Memorial. The
  • Indiana corporate tax collections have missed the mark 13 out of the last 15 months. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Corporate Taxes Miss The Mark Again

    Indiana corporate tax collections have missed the mark 13 out of the last 15 months. That’s after the tax revenue source came in below expectations in August. Indiana collected $1.5
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