• The bill looking to expand state funded pre-k also allocates $1 million for in-home digital preschool learning. (Sonia Hooda/flickr)

    Online Pre-K Option Sparks Controversy

    The bill looking to expand state funded pre-K also allocates $1 million for in-home digital preschool learning.
     
    Read More >>
  • Conference Aims to Battle Underage Drinking

    Mothers Against Destructive Decisions is partnering with IU Health West to warn teens across the state against the dangers of underage drinking, especially during this time of the year. With
     
    Read More >>
  • Social Work Students Showcasing Knowledge

    Second-year Social Work students at Vincennes University will be showcasing their knowledge tomorrow. Students will be holding a series of presentations inside VU’s Fort Sackville Rooms, located in the Beckes
     
    Read More >>
  • Student Art Exhibit Opens Tomorrow

    The artwork of Vincennes University students will be on display starting tomorrow. Works by VU Art and Design Students will be the focus of a new exhibit in the Shircliff
     
    Read More >>
  • Winds and Percussion Concert Set for Wednesday

    Vincennes University’s Brass and Woodwind ensembles and Concert Band will be featured in an upcoming concert this week. On Wednesday, April 19th, the VU Department of Music and Theatre will
     
    Read More >>
  • The Indiana Supreme Court Chambers at the Statehouse. (Peter Balonon-Rosen/IPB News)

    Candidates For Court to be Chosen Wednesday

    Gov. Eric Holcomb will soon find out which three candidates he’ll choose from to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Robert Rucker.
     
    Read More >>
  • Local Arrest Report – 4.17.17

    -Vincennes Police arrested 50-year-old Frederick Smeltzer over the weekend. Smeltzer is charged with Domestic Battery. – 34-year-old Patrick Andre Henry was arrested early Sunday morning for operating a vehicle while
     
    Read More >>
  • Fatal Accident Victims Identified

    Indiana State Police have identified the two men killed in accident on U.S. 41 Thursday morning. 70-year-old Stephen Hines and 63-year-old Ricky Hackle both from Jasonville, died in the collision.
     
    Read More >>
  • GSH Recieves ‘A’ for Patient Safety

    Good Samaritan Hospital has Received an “A” rating for Patient Safety. The Leapfrog Group, a nonprofit organization committed to driving quality, safety, and transparency in the U.S. health care system,
     
    Read More >>
  • (Peter Balonon-Rosen/IPB News)

    Abortion Bill Headed To Holcomb’s Desk

    Governor Eric Holcomb will soon have to decide whether to sign a bill dealing with parental notification of abortion.
     
    Read More >>
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18