Local News

Driver Attempts to Flee Police

A Huntingburg man is facing multiple charges after attempting to flee police Thursday afternoon. Jasper Police say the driver of a car matching the description of a vehicle that had earlier struck a mailbox fled […]

Vincennes Man Arrested on Theft/Drug Charges

Vincennes Police arrested a Vincennes man Friday afternoon on a variety of charges. Officers arrested 37-year-old Todd Jones on preliminary charges of Theft, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana and […]

Knox Co. Arrests

Vincennes Police arrested a Vincennes man Thursday afternoon for Domestic Battery and Resisting Law Enforcement. 37-year-old Eric Wilson is being held without bond in the Knox County Jail.

Vincennes Shop with a Cop December 12th

The 20th Annual Vincennes Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 62 “SHOP WITH A COP” will take place on Tuesday, December 12th this year. Once again, about 200 children are expected to benefit from the program. […]

State News

State Parks Free On Black Friday

Indiana State Parks are inviting Hoosiers to forgo shopping lines and crowded stores today to enjoy the state parks. Marty Benson, with the Department of Natural Resources, says all parks that normally charge gate admission […]

Activists Mark Trees to Delay Cutting

Activists opposed to the planned logging of about 1,700 trees in a southern Indiana forest have marked hundreds of additional trees in a bid to delay the cutting. The trees at Yellowwood State Forest were […]

Purdue Unveils Boiler Affordability Grant Program

Purdue University will be covering “last-dollar” tuition needs for Indiana families making up to $70,000 annually starting next year. University President Mitch Daniels announced the new Boiler Affordability Grant program on Tuesday. He tells the […]

School Corporations Warned of Possible Cuts

The state education department is warning Indiana schools that they could receive less money than planned because of an unexpected increase in student enrollment. The department says it will have to cut per-student payments to […]