As Indiana observes Hunger Action Month, a new report highlights the critical need to address food insecurity in the state.
INDOT will close single lanes at individual bridges on Interstate 74 in Dearborn County while contracted crews repair pavement and apply epoxy polymer deck overlays.
Advocates for campaign finance reform say the U.S. Senate is expected to make an historic vote today on Senate Joint Resolution 19.
Big news occurred in the tri-state banking world Monday as BB&T Corp. announced that it is buying the parent company of the Bank of Kentucky.
Representatives from more than 50 Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky area colleges, universities, technical schools, and the military will be standing by to meet local high school students.
A deer which darted into the road is being blamed for a crash on U.S. 50 in Ripley County.
A meth lab was found and deconstructed by Kentucky State Police in Gallatin County on Friday.
Members of the Dearborn County Farm Bureau are being invited to a luncheon with a representative from the Indiana Department of Agriculture.
Visitors to Arts & Crafts in the Park at Lawrenceburg's Newtown Park on Sunday found candles, Christmas decorations, toys, and a whole lot more on Sunday, September 7.
A former McDonald’s employee is accused of using a hatchet to break into and rob the fast food joint where he used to work.