Today, December 11, marks the 198th anniversary of Indiana becoming the nineteenth state in the Union.
Indiana has been ranked as the 41st healthiest state in America for the year of 2014.
Love it or hate it - and most seem to have warmed up to it - Lawrenceburg Community Schools are sticking with a balanced school calendar.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky is taking back tax breaks offered to a planned Noah’s Ark-themed amusement park in Grant County.
He’s not the main character in the 1990s sitcom Home Improvement, but Tim Taylor does have the tools to get the job done as superintendent at Jac-Cen-Del Community Schools.
Santa Claus will sit down for pet pictures this weekend.
Tri-state area hospitals are implementing visitor restrictions as the flu season sets in.
The National Rural Assembly views President Obama's recent endorsement of treating broadband service like telephone service as "a big win for rural communities."
The Lawrenceburg DoubleTree by Hilton hotel is now welcoming guests.
Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg’s 27 percent revenue slide in November caused the property to fall back to second in the tri-state gaming market.