Just two weeks after recessing for the 2021 legislative session, lawmakers returned to Indianapolis on Monday to override Gov. Eric Holcomb’s veto of Senate Enrolled Act 5, which curbs the powers of unelected health officers.
When I mentioned on a social media post that I was going to write a story about little corner groceries and country stores, a flood of reminiscences came to me about similar places, their enameled signs and uneven floors, ground coffee and mercurochrome bottles still in mind.
Indiana State University has received a $1 million gift to establish an endowed professorship in the Scott College of Business.
When fire sparks, it devours. It crawls along surfaces, feeding on oxygen and panic, until all that remains is ash. To the untrained, thermodynamics is merciless.
Standing outside Hulman Center on a sunny Saturday afternoon, Audrey Churchill was just minutes away from the capstone of her college career at Indiana State University — commencement.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Food service workers in Southern Indiana are making sure students receive the nutrition they need, and over the past year, they have adapted to unusual circumstances.
Indiana's largest insurer is now requiring medical providers to get chemotherapy medications from the insurer's preferred pharmacy, but the medical community says it's only causing problems.
Government data shows unemployment is dropping and nearing pre-pandemic numbers. But the volume of “Now hiring” signs around town and increased employment advertising indicates employers in many business sectors are struggling to fill open positions.
Indiana State University President Deborah Curtis received a three-year contract extension through June 30, 2025, Friday following action by the board of trustees. Curtis and the board agreed her annual salary will remain at the current rate of $345,100.
CLARKSVILLE — Attorneys representing Clarksville in a civil case related to adult business Theatair X have again asked a judge to uphold the town’s decision to revoke its business license. A jury trial is now scheduled for early 2022.
The City of Elwood and the Corporation for Economic Development is requesting $500,000 from the former wind farm account for an economic development project.
Jordan Zirkle, 33, was originally charged with murder, aiding or inducing murder, both Level 1 felony charges, and criminal confinement in the fatal shootings of Trinity Parker, 39, and David L. Phillips II, 35, both of Anderson.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — For the past year, Debra McCoskey-Reisert has been trying to make sense of her brother’s death from COVID-19, a death she believed could have been prevented if not for inattention by the nursing facility where he lived.
ANDERSON — Rep. Victoria Spartz said she is working to find common ground with Republicans in the U.S. House to work in a bipartisan way.
A collaborative effort involving the Vigo County School Corp., local and state government as well as private business will mean improved internet access for students countywide as well as the community overall.
Don Arney could capture the delicate notes of a piano and cello duet in his basement studio in the countryside with the same calm and skill that he'd use to reel in a bass on an outing with his fishing buddies.
Prayers and praise songs sounded in Terre Haute on Thursday for the annual National Day of Prayer gathering outside city hall.
Terre Haute City Council on Thursday voted unanimously to deny a rezoning request for a proposed all-male re-entry home in the 12 Points Neighborhood
Increasingly, both nationwide and in Vigo County, COVID cases are affecting younger people.The Vigo County Health Department released the following information for the week of April 28 to May 5.The department had 82 new cases, with the average age be
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