INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Indiana senators have approved a Medicaid expansion that they hope will allow them to receive billions in federal aid to enroll more people in the state’s medical savings accounts. Continue reading →
BOONVILLE, Ind. (AP) – A former southwestern Indiana teacher faces 16 more felony voyeurism counts.
An Evansville TV station reported Monday a prosecutor filed the new counts against 31-year-old Andrew Emmons. Continue reading →
VINCENNES, Ind. (AP) – Knox County commissioners say a nearly 70-year-old bridge recently closed will likely never reopen due to high cost of replacing the span. Continue reading →
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) – Opponents of the Interstate 69 highway extension say highway officials used outdated air emissions data in demonstrating that part of the highway now under construction complies with the Clean Air Act. Continue reading →
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – A beetle that kills ash trees now has been found in 59 Indiana counties.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources said Monday the emerald ash borer has been detected in Vigo County, on the Indiana State University campus in Terre Haute, and in Martin County. Continue reading →
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – A bill that would have scrapped Indiana’s AF grading scale for individual schools has been withdrawn by its sponsor in the Indiana Senate. Continue reading →
VINCENNES, Ind. (AP) – An aging southwestern Indiana war memorial is receiving a multimillion-dollar facelift that park officials say few visitors will notice.
The work at the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park in Vincennes involves fixing an extensive system of pipes, an electrical system and the heating and cooling system. Continue reading →