The religious objections bill that sparked threats to boycott Indiana is the highest-profile state law going into effect Wednesday, July 1 in Indiana.
You've been warned that U.S. 421 in Versailles will be closed Wednesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision on the EPA Mercury and Air Toxics Standards means the agency will have to go back to the drawing board on the rule, but the rule still stands in Indiana - at least for now.
Two women were injured after a tree fell on a vehicle in Rising Sun Tuesday afternoon.
A gunman has been taken into custody after reports that multiple shots were fired inside a residence Tuesday afternoon.
At Lawrenceburg Community Schools, a balanced calendar means that students and their families only receive a two-month-long summer break.
In just a week’s time, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program donated dozens of lovingly made crafts to Dearborn County Hospital. RSVP, based in Lawrenceburg, has been creating handmade items for years for DCH, but this last donation was its largest yet.
Power outages have become all too frequent in Vevay and the surrounding area.
The Ripley County Community Foundation has launched Ripley Youth Outreach; a youth philanthropy initiative promoting education in all aspects of Philanthropy.
A replica of one of the most recognizable artifacts in Christianity will be on display in Dearborn County this summer.