• Course Change Coming to Trailblazer 5k

    The Trailblazer 5k makes its return later this month. On Saturday, August 11th, area residents are invited to take part in the 9th annual walk/run event through Indiana’s oldest city.
  • Four women say Attorney General Curtis Hill groped them at a party. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Hill Allegations Remain Unresolved

    The next big step in the sexual misconduct allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill likely won’t come until after the Inspector General completes her investigation. After Republican legislative leaders and
  • Protect Our Care Indiana spokesperson Kate Shepherd calls for Indiana to withdraw from a lawsuit that seeks to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. Alongside her is Rob Stone, a Bloomington physician and director of Hoosiers For A Commonsense Health Plan. (

    Activists Call For AG to Withdraw From ACA Lawsuit

    Local health care advocates want Attorney General Curtis Hill to withdraw the state from a lawsuit that aims to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. The advocates delivered letters and a
  • Tickets Still Available for Cal Ripken World Series

    Tickets remain on sale for the 10-year-old Cal Ripken World Series which gets underway at the Vincennes Cub League beginning Friday, August 3rd. Speaking on WVUT’s 22-Magazine, Cub League President
  • Bicknell Checking Off a Number of City Projects

    The Community Crossing’s Matching grant program has been a blessing to communities the size of Bicknell. Mayor Thomas Estabrook says the amount of money they have had access to the
  • KETA Event to Help Students in Need

    The Vincennes Community School Corporation will be hosting a back to school event next weekend. The event is part of KETA, which stands for Kids Equipped to Achieve. All children
  • Helping His Hands Seeking Volunteers

    The Manager of Operations for Helping His Hands Disaster Response says they are looking for volunteers to assist in a variety of ways. Speaking at this week’s Knox County Chamber
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    Tick-Borne Illness On Rise In Hoosier State

    Earlier this week, state health officials sent out a warning about an increase in tick-borne illnesses this year. State department of health officials reported more than 100 cases of tick-borne
  • Health leaders discuss infant mortality in Indianapolis. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    Indiana’s Infant Mortality Rate Still Lags

    Indiana’s infant mortality rates are not going down. In the past few years they’ve actually ticked up slightly.  Health leaders gathered at an Infant Mortality Summit lead by Community Health
  • ACLU of Indiana Legal Director Ken Falk and Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky President and CEO Christie Gillespie discuss their latest court victory. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    PPINK, ACLU Celebrate Abortion Ruling Victory

    Indiana’s Planned Parenthood and ACLU leaders celebrated their latest victory in court Thursday. And ACLU of Indiana Legal Director Ken Falk says such occasions have become “routine.” A federal appeals
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