Yesterday was a day full of celebrations for Martin Luther King Junior Day. There were various celebrations held across the state to remember the civil rightsContinue Reading »
The Indiana House is considering an updated criminal code to stop human trafficking in the state. Evansville’s Wendy McNamara is chair of the House Courts and CriminalContinue Reading »
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid — or FAFSA — applications are available for use. The application is for colleges and universities in the 2022-23 academicContinue Reading »
The Indiana House is moving on to other business this week after passing a bill that would do away with requirements for Hoosiers to purchase a permit in order to carry aContinue Reading »
A new scam in the New Year.
The Tri-State Better Business Bureau says it recently received an email regarding an alleged traffic codeContinue Reading »
The Hoosier state is seeing its highest number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
It reported new highs in patients statewide throughout last week. Continue Reading »
They’re hiring at the BMV.
The state’s driver’s license bureau is hosting a virtual job fair on Wednesday.
The Indiana Hospital Association is warning that the state will pass its record high for COVID-19 hospitalizations this week.
The group says hospital emergencyContinue Reading »
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources will hold eight virtual meetings to discuss areas proposed for aerial treatments of the invasive insect commonly known asContinue Reading »
Joining forces to keep college graduates in Indiana.
It’s rare to see such rivals as Indiana University and Purdue University teaming up — butContinue Reading »