A bill that would require some Indiana welfare recipients to be subject to random drug testing didn’t stand up to the test in a Senate committee Wednesday.
One local school district is going to be keeping students in class a little longer as educators look to make up for lost time.
A local manufacturing company is about to be at the forefront of the budding 3D printing industry.
Debate is underway on a plan that would put guns in the hands of teachers at Boone County Schools.
A made-up story had South Dearborn High School on lockdown for a short time Wednesday morning. Now, two students are in trouble with the law in addition to facing school disciplinary action.
We’ll see the warmest temperatures of the year so far Thursday, however, storms in the evening may cause flooding.
Dearborn County Hospital will host its 33rd annual Health-A-Fair on Saturday, March 1, from 7:00 a.m. to noon at the hospital in Lawrenceburg.
The 1954 Milan High School State Championship team will be honored on February 23 during the Butler v. Providence men’s game to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the “Milan Miracle”.
Applications for the annual $500 Dearborn County Retired Teachers’ Educator Grant/Award are now being sought.
Northern Kentucky University is bracing for a significant hit to its budget.