INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana might be in the preliminary stages of a coronavirus surge already, but Gov. Eric Holcomb warned Tuesday about the dangers of de-escalating public health measures too quickly.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana has the 12th-highest adult obesity rate in the nation, ranking one spot higher for childhood and teenage obesity. A study commissioned by the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation estimates that one in three Hoosiers carries extra weight.
INDIANA — The 18th annual Cops Cycling for Survivors bicycle ride around Indiana, which honors fallen police officers, kicks off Monday, July 8. Charlestown Sgt. Ben Bertram will be among the officers honored during the ride.
Indiana has the second highest rate of child abuse and neglect in the nation, and the numbers continue to grow, according to a new report released by the Children’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville couple Chris Fox and Nick Lawrence have raised little Bethany Lynn as her foster parents since she was born two and a half years ago.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University engineering professor will lead a new research institute dedicated to designing and operating deep space habitats.
LEBANON — Vice President Mike Pence pledged the Trump administration's agriculture trade plan, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, would help relieve current burdens from a downturn in the economy and lower commodity prices.
INDIANAPOLIS — After a six-year battle for a bias crimes law, a bill containing controversial language passed the Indiana Senate on Tuesday despite calls for the author to dissent and send it to a committee for further debate.
INDIANAPOLIS — A Lebanon pediatrician facing four criminal counts involving sexual misconduct with teenage patients had his state medical license suspended for 90 days Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS — State groups are preparing to launch a yearlong celebration of Hoosier women's role in securing their right to vote.
INDIANAPOLIS — Melanie Davis is transgender, and one night while she walked to her former job in Indianapolis, two men yelled hateful slurs at her. Then, things took a turn when one of the men pointed a gun at her.
INDIANAPOLIS — Legislation that would eliminate Indiana’s township boards received an initial go-ahead by a House committee despite testimony that the three-member boards are vital to the state’s system of government.
INDIANAPOLIS — Hospitals across Indiana would be better-equipped to combat the life-threatening illness called sepsis, thanks to legislation co-authored by state Rep. Rita Fleming, D-Jeffersonville, which has been approved in the Indiana House.
When Madonna showed up at a New York City club on New Year’s Eve, a video of her somewhat misshapen – and large – behind went viral and raised a stink on the internet.
INDIANA — The Indiana Family & Social Services Administration has announced that it will release Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for February early on Jan. 19. No additional SNAP benefits will be issued in the month of February. March distribution plans remain u…
INDIANAPOLIS — As Alivia Stahl and her twin 6-year-old brothers crossed a two-lane Fulton County road to board their school bus on Oct. 30, the driver of an oncoming Toyota Tacoma apparently failed to respond to the flashing lights of the bus.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gary Brackett terrorized opposing offenses for nine years as an undersized but overachieving linebacker in the NFL.
TELL CITY, Ind. (AP) — Three young siblings were killed and their mother was hospitalized after she tried to save them from a house fire early Friday in a small southern Indiana city, officials said.
INDIANAPOLIS — Longtime Indiana sportswriter Terry Hutchens died Friday afternoon from health complications caused by a stroke.
CHARLESTOWN — Newsgathering partner WAVE3 News and News and Tribune reporter Aprile Rickert are in Charlestown for the procession for fallen police Sgt. Ben Bertram. Watch below:
RICHMOND — Indiana State Police say a teenage suspect in a shooting incident at Dennis Intermediate School in Richmond died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
WEST LAFAYETTE — The air may be breathable and the location is on planet Earth, but for two weeks a multidisciplinary team of Purdue University students and alumni will eat, sleep, work and live like they’re on Mars.
A Rochester woman that struck and killed three siblings and injured another child as they boarded a bus in Fulton County on Tuesday morning was arrested on multiple felony charges relating to the incident.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A state legislator up for re-election is denying he used his government-provided email address for campaign purposes, which is being alleged in an ethics complaint filed by the Floyd County Democratic Party.
INDIANA — As the Senate Judiciary Committee approaches a vote on whether to recommended U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Indiana's U.S. Senators weighed in.
With the May 25 Noblesville middle school shooting still fresh in everyone's minds, Anderson Community Schools started its academic year with an all-staff meeting dedicated to school security.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb and Delaware county officials met with Italy-based company Filtrec S.p.A. earlier this week as the company announced its first U.S. operation will be in Daleville, Indiana.
Seventeen years ago today, nearly 3,000 people were killed in the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil. At the World Trade Center in New York City, 2,763 died after the two planes were flown into both towers the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. According to HistoryChannel.com, that figure includes…
ring to speak at a Labor Day picnic at Beulah Park in Alexandria, Mike Fisher was disappointed at the handful of union members trickling in Monday for free hot dogs and potato chips.
INDIANAPOLIS —State Rep. Carey Hamilton warned Hoosiers on Thursday that proposed federal cuts to the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency would hurt Indiana programs that protect the state’s waterways and air.
INDIANAPOLIS — The head of Indiana’s Department of Child Services told a legislative panel that her agency is making progress to fix some of the problems at the troubled agency.
EVANSVILLE — President Donald Trump played to his base in the heartland Thursday during a "Make America Great Again" rally in Evansville, touting a robust economy, a hard stance against illegal immigration and, yes, jabs against the media.
The Indiana State Police have a new tool to enforce alcohol-impaired driving this Labor Day weekend. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Indiana Criminal Justice Institute recently purchased 777 portable breath test devices for use by ISP troopers.
INDIANAPOLIS — Matt Niehoff’s morning commute from Rush County to downtown Indianapolis can be neatly divided into BC and AC—before and after construction.
CORTLAND, Ind. (AP) — Authorities in Southern Indiana say four teenagers were killed and four injured when they were struck while pushing a stalled SUV to a birthday party.
Nearly 1 in 5 of Indiana households with children struggle to afford enough food, according to an August report by the Food Research and Action Center [FRAC], a national nonprofit organization.
INDIANAPOLIS - While there have been a number of lip sync challenges from public safety agencies across the country, you may recall that the Indiana State Police was among the first to post a lip sync video two years ago at the conclusion of the 2016 Indiana State Fair.
MUNCIE — Ball State University’s Board of Trustees approved a motion today during a special meeting to remove the name of John H. Schnatter from the school’s Institute for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise and return funding to Mr. Schnatter’s Family Foundation.
This Week's Circulars
Agnes Mae Schmidt died July 10, 2020. She is survived by her son, Gary Schmidt (Judith); five granddaughters; and a great-grandson. Per the family's request, all services will be private.
Margaret Pfister 96, Died July 7, 2020. Visitation is Sun. July 12 from 11 am-2 pm. with service at 2 pm all at E.M. Coots' Sons Funeral Home.
Rita Karnes, 88, passed away Wednesday at her home. Visitation, Market Street Chapel of Naville & Seabrook Funeral Homes, Monday, July 13, 2-6 p.m. Service, Tuesday, 10 a.m.
A graveside service with full military honors for James Brian Powell, will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at Greenville Greenlawn Cemetery in Greenville, IN. www.NewcomerKentuckiana.com
- Longtime Clark County community health advocate dies
- Prosecutor: Fatal shooting of Malcolm Williams by trooper justified
- 'Back the Blue' rally planned Sunday in Jeffersonville
- Henryville/Borden School Corp. approves reopening plan
- New Albany resolution would encourage wearing of face coverings in public
- Fistful of Tacos opening brewpub in New Albany
- New Albany manufacturer offering drive-thru job fair
- Hot dog shop to open in downtown Jeffersonville
- Floyd commissioners support 2nd Amendment, stop short of 'sanctuary'
- Silver Creek reopening plan includes virtual option, face mask policies
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