• Sullivan Co. Man Arrested on Burglary Charges

    The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a suspect in a pair of burglaries. Police say Jesse Davis is charged with a break-in at the Merom College Institute on November
  • Washington Raising Utility Rates

    The Washington City Council voted to raise utility rates last night.  Water, sewer and electric rates will go up an estimated combined 10%. That means the average household in Washington
  • 2018 a Busy Year for Vincennes Fire Dept.

    November was a busy month for the Vincennes Fire Department. Of the 80 calls received during November, Fire Chief Sonny Pinkstaff  reports 12 of those were structure fires, five which were determined to be deliberately
  • Council Approves Transfers for Police, Fire Depts.

    The Vincennes City Council approved the transfer of additional funds last night for the city’s Fire and Police departments. A total of $200,000 was transferred to cover overtime by members
  • City, County Raise $2,400 for Salvation Army

    The inaugural Bell Bash made a big impact for the Vincennes Salvation Army. The event, which pitted elected officials from the city of Vincennes against those from Knox County, raised
  • ‘Wreaths’ Program Sees Second-Year Growth

    The local Wreaths Across America program saw an up tick in wreaths this year! Chair of the Vincennes Rotary Foundation Kirk Bouchie says a total of 1,800 wreaths were purchased
  • City Takes Ownership of Local Road

    The City of Vincennes has taken ownership of a road which provides access to local businesses off of Hart Street. The road is located behind the former Burger King Restaurant and
  • Department of Child Services Director Terry Stigdon addresses the State Budget Committee. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    DCS Asks For $300 Million More Per Year

    The Indiana Department of Child Services says it needs about $300 million more per year in funding than it got in the last state budget. When lawmakers passed a two-year
  • ISTA President Teresa Meredith presented the group's 2019 legislative priorities. (Carter Barrett/WFYI)

    ISTA Puts Pay, Safety Atop Legislative Priorities

    The Indiana State Teacher Association announced teacher compensation is one of its top legislative priorities. ISTA President Teresa Meredith says Indiana teacher salaries aren’t competitive, and teachers are leaving the
  • 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
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