Just two weeks into the 2021 legislative session, lawmakers moved quickly to pass high-priority bills despite COVID-19 mitigations and potential security concerns.
GREATER CLARK — Greater Clark County Schools Superintendent Mark Laughner says $6 million in budget cuts is a necessary path toward fixing “distinct financial challenges” in the district.
Anna-Marie Pablo, 23, pleaded guilty in November to a charge of murder in in connection with the March 2020 death of her 11-month-old daughter, Emmarie.
The COVID-19 pandemic for the first time is affecting the traditional events celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, including the Peace & Justice March from the Anderson University campus to downtown and the ceremonies at the Paramount.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Another attempt to get clarity on the removal of the former chair of the Jeffersonville Urban Enterprise Zone board failed Wednesday.
BUNKER HILL – Miami Correctional Facility has reported two more COVID-related inmate deaths, bringing the total to nine and making it the second highest death rate among the state’s prisons.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Southern Indiana historian and author Carl Kramer said the unprecedented second impeachment of President Donald Trump this week — the third Kramer has witnessed in his adult life of a sitting president — is something he never thought he’d see.
Anderson police are investigating the death of a 52-year-old Anderson woman who was found lying in a street early Thursday morning.
An Anderson man was arrested Wednesday at the Madison County Government Center on allegations that he said a bomb was in the building.
ANDERSON — Like many Black Americans, Anderson’s JJ Jackson, Tia Holt and Tamie Dixon-Tatum believe there’s no comparison between the mayhem last week at the U.S. Capitol and social justice protests nationwide last summer.
Hoosier seniors made their desire for the COVID-19 vaccine clear, with 59,723 people registering within hours after the state opened eligibility up Wednesday morning to those 70 and older.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time in his term, a historical first, on grounds that he incited insurrection during the riot at the U.S. Capitol Building last week.
Nickel Plate Trail officials are looking for the vandals who knocked down 25 bollards from Peru to Kokomo, causing around $12,000 in damage and marking the worst vandalism incident since the trail opened.
For a while, Boone County officials have felt like the county would go red in terms of spread of COVID-19. Yesterday it happened to no one’s surprise, but now the sanctions imposed by the state are stricter than when the county was designated orange.
An Anderson man was arrested after he was recorded on video by witnesses who said he came to an Alexandria store intending to have sex with a 15-year-old girl.
TIPTON – If you’ve ever put in an order at Pizza Hut in Tipton, there’s a good chance it was delivered by Robert Peters.
This Week's Circulars
- New downtown apartments much welcomed
- Civil suit filed in 2014 molestation allegations
- Corsair Cafe takes flight at airport
- Hoosiers 70 and older now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
- Indiana begins vaccine rollout to public
- ISU opts out of spring football season
- COVID-19 soars at Terre Haute federal prison complex
- Vigo County School Board looks quite a bit different
- Judge puts restrictions on federal executions
- U.S. carries out 1st execution of female since 1953