At midnight Monday, essential and non-essential businesses will have new rules for operation during the coronavirus crisis under an order from Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb.
Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box said Monday that her greatest fear as a state health officer was seeing a COVID-19 breakout in a nursing facility, similar to those seen in Washington state and Maryland.
A second abatement order from Daviess County Health Officer Dr. Merle Holsopple has stopped the move of residents from Washington Nursing Center to other facilities owned by Chosen Healthcare and will keep COVID-19 positive patients from being brought into the county at least for now.
Less than three years after Joshua Bates was sentenced to six years for a felony charge of sexual misconduct, he is charged with two kidnapping felonies, including one that involves a 7-year-old girl.
Ripley County has at least 70 persons infected with COVID-19. One who has recovered told his story by email after receiving questions from The Herald-Tribune.
If you’ve noticed several furry friends on display in windows lately, you may be witnessing a bear hunt without knowing it. If you’ve started seeing a lot of white bows everywhere, you may be wondering about that too.
Parking lots at Terre Haute's city-owned golf courses were packed Friday afternoon. Some groups waited nearly an hour for carts to come available. With the state's stay-home order into its second week and the mostly sunny day's temperature peaking in the 70s, the links were hot.
As she came to realize that her wedding would be drastically scaled back no matter when it was held, Brittney Brown went through a range of emotions before returning to a comforting truth.
Protesters have been gathering outside Washington Nursing Center, wearing face masks and holding signs, asking people to honk if they do not support the nursing center's apparent move to become a COVID-19 patient treatment facility.
With the latest directive extending Indiana’s stay-at-home order through May 3, there will be an impact on the local economy.
A 7-year-old girl was safely on her way back to her home in Madison County on Sunday evening after she was abducted by her biological mother and the mother's boyfriend, who were then apprehended by state police in Pennsylvania, according to Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger.
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Patricia M. Parker, 76, passed away Sunday, April 5, 2020 at Baptist Health Floyd. She was formerly a cook for New Albany Nursing Home. Patricia was a member of Parkwood Church of the Nazarene. She was a native of Jeffersonville, IN. She is survived by her sons Billy J. Wilburn (Karen) of Ro…
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