• Gov. Eric Holcomb pledged to work next session to ensure a hate crimes bill passes after vandals defaced a Carmel synagogue with anti-Semitic graffiti. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Holcomb Cautioned Over Hate Crimes Bill

    Religious conservative groups that oppose hate crimes laws in Indiana say Gov. Eric Holcomb’s support for the measure won’t matter. One of those groups also has a warning for the
     
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  • Statewide Health to Take Center Stage at VU

    Indiana’s health will be put in the spotlight tomorrow morning. The Alliance for a Healthier Indiana will bring their state-wide road show to Vincennes to take a hard look at
     
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  • Cystic Fibrosis Fund Raiser Set for Next Week

    The public is invited to attend an event that aims to fight back against cystic fibrosis. A night of Bingo will take place at the Vincennes Moose Lodge on Wednesday,
     
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  • Germanfest Set for Friday Start

    Vincennes’ Germanic heritage will be celebrated this weekend! The 46th annual Germanfest event will take place at Highland Woods beginning Friday night at 6:00 p.m. The event features food, drinks
     
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  • AG Warns Hoosiers of Credit Card Scam

    A warning from the Indiana Attorney General: Keep an eye out for credit card scams! Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of scams in which companies send
     
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  • Corporation Acquires IN Paper Straw Company

    A Wisconsin-based company has acquired a growing Indiana paper straw manufacturer. Aardvark Straws is located in Fort Wayne and claims to be the sole U.S. producer of paper straws. It’s owned
     
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  • Schools Determining How to Use Metal Detectors

    As more than 350 Indiana school districts wait for handheld metal detectors to arrive from the state, many haven’t adopted policies outlining how they’ll use them. The wands present some legal issues
     
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  • Indiana Statehouse (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    State a Step Closer to Cutting Air Pollution Notices

    The state is moving forward with plans to stop posting air pollution notices in newspapers, despite opposition. The notices let people know if someone has applied for a permit to
     
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  • Some of potential "patients" for Purdue veterinarians at the Indiana State Fair.  (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    Purdue Vet Students Learn Valuable Skills at Fair

    For the fifth year, Purdue veterinarian students have partnered with the Indiana State Fair. On a peak day, there are more than 1,000 animals at the Indiana State Fair. Purdue
     
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  • VU Announces Plans for Expansion

    Vincennes University has announced intentions to expand into the city’s Historic District. That expansion took it’s first official step last night as VU’s Vice President of Finance and Government Relations
     
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