Local News

Catholic Schools COVID-19 Update for Friday

The Diocese of Evansville Catholic Education Office learned Friday of five positive COVID-19 tests involving four diocesan Catholic schools. The cases involve five students. They are now self-quarantining. The school administrations have contacted potential close […]

Legal Challenge Continues Against Coal-to-Diesel Plant

Opponents of a proposed two-billion-dollar coal-to-diesel facility in Spencer County are appealing a decision by the Indiana Office of Environmental Adjudication. Inside Indiana Business reports Southwestern Indiana Citizens for Quality of Life and Valley Watch […]

State News

Indiana COVID-19 Update: Friday

The Indiana Department of Health announced Friday that 3,560 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19. That brings to 605,426 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus. A total […]

Governor Holcomb Extends Indiana Emergency Order

Indiana’s coronavirus restrictions will remain as they are for at least another week. Governor Eric Holcomb yesterday extended the state’s emergency order for another seven days. Indiana’s coronavirus numbers have been falling for weeks. The […]

Indiana Coronavirus Hospitalizations Down

Fewer people are in the hospital in Indiana with the coronavirus. The state Department of Health yesterday reported just over 23-hundred people in the hospital with the virus. That’s down from over 34-hundred at the […]

BMV Announces Two-Hour Closure February 4th

All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle branches will be closed Thursday, February 4th, from 8:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. for employee training. All branches will resume regularly scheduled business hours that same day at 10:30 […]

Indiana COVID-19 Vaccination Update

Dr. Kristina Box, Indiana’s state health commissioner, says more than 362,000 Hoosiers have received their first dose of the COVID vaccine, and nearly 88,000 are fully vaccinated. Also in Thursday’s press conference, Chief Medical Officer […]