• Rokita Introduces Native American Sites Bill

    Republican Representative for Indiana Todd Rokita introduced a bill in Congress this week that would increase fines for disturbing Native American historic sites. The bill would be an amendment to the
     
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    Home Const. Drops As Supply Costs Increase

    New home construction in Indiana dropped last month as home builders grapple with the increasing costs associated with tariffs. According to a U.S. Census Bureau report, Indiana had nearly 1,500
     
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  • Workers sort recycling at Rumpke's material recovery facility in Cincinnati, Ohio (Zach Herndon/Indiana Public Media)

    Indiana Challenged by Ban on U.S. Recycling

    China isn’t going to take trash from the U.S. anymore. Last year, the country announced it will no longer import America’s contaminated recycling. And with nowhere to go, the question
     
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    Some Hoosiers Still Struggling to Afford Food

    More than 15 percent of families in Indiana struggle to afford enough food according to a new report. For households with children in Indiana, the rate is even higher at 18.9
     
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  • National Night Out Takes Place Tonight

    After being washed out earlier in the week, the Vincennes National Night Out event will take place tonight. The free event is organized by the VIncennes Police Department in an
     
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  • Branson Boat Tragedy Has Vincennes Connection

    By now, you’ve heard the unfortunate story about a duck boat in Branson, Missouri overturning and killing 17 people on July 19th. What might not know, is part of the
     
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  • First Friday Art Walk Returns Tomorrow

    We’re just a day away from the first Friday in August, which marks the return of the First Friday Art Walk in Vincennes. Beginning at 5:00 p.m., the public is
     
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    Cummins, EPA Announce Voluntary Recall

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Cummins Inc. will recall about 500,000 medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The recall affects trucks with selective catalytic reduction systems, SCR, to control nitrogen oxide
     
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  • The State Department of Education presented new test security changes to the State Board of Education at its August meeting. (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    State Working to Improve Test Security

    The state is making changes to better secure student testing and avoid more invalid scores or student retakes. Some high school students in Loogootee will have to retake part of
     
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  • Some Hoosiers who’ve fallen behind on mortgage payments can once again get help from the state. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    State’s Hardest Hit Fund Reopened

    Some Hoosiers who’ve fallen behind on mortgage payments can once again get help from the state. That’s after the state’s decision to reopen its Hardest Hit Fund. The Hardest Hit
     
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