Local News

Daviess Co. Arrests

Washington Police arrested a Washington man Wednesday on a warrant for a Petition to Revoke a Suspended Sentence and a Writ of Attachment.

33-year-old Andrew Fenters was booked into the

Vincennes Arrests

Vincennes and Vincennes University Police arrested two people Wednesday evening on drug related charges.

19-year-old Tessa Mattingly of Lebanon, Indiana and 21-year-old Madison Davis of New

EHU Announces Flushing Schedule

Eastern Heights Utilities in Bloomfield has announced its hydrant-flushing schedule.

Flushing will take place from Monday, October 12th through Friday, October 23rd.

Customers may

State and Local News

Colts Fans GoFundMe Campaign

Indianapolis Colt fans are working to get a blimp to fly over the game on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. The group started a GoFundMe campaign to finance the blimp with a “hashtag-Deflate This

Illinois Budget Problems

Top Democrats are warning that Illinois will run out of money to operate in just a few months if lawmakers can’t agree on a state budget. But they still insist they won’t cave to Gov.

VU Foundation Award

The Vincennes University Foundation has been selected as
the recipient of a 2015 Overall Improvement CASE Educational Fundraising
Award. This award honors superior fundraising programs

Pig Farmer of the Year

The National Pork Board’s first-ever pig farmer of the year is from Tipton, Indiana.
The group announced Thursday morning that Keith Schoettmer is the first pig farmer to receive the

I-69 Wreck Update

A man who was aboard an overloaded van that overturned on a southwestern Indiana highway, killing two people, says he and the van’s other passengers had screamed and yelled at the driver to

BMV Problems

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles officials say reforms to the poorly managed agency are underway, but will likely take several years to carryout.
Chief of staff Peter Lacy told a legislative

Purdue Presidents Pay

A Purdue University Board of Trustees committee has approved a two-year extension of President Mitch Daniels’ contract and 90 percent of his at-risk pay for the 2014-15 school year.

Indiana Miltary Museum Dedication Ceremony

The Indiana Military Museum in Vincennes will host an aircraft dedication ceremony tomorrow for three of the Museum’s newest donated planes. The new planes on display include an F-16, an A-4