The Wednesday morning commute is going to be slow and difficult thanks to yet more snow falling across the tri-state.
Indiana public and private schools could soon see a boost in funding if a budget bill amendment sticks through the legislative process.
Tri-state road conditions are improving little by little, but could soon get worse thanks to yet more snow.
Poverty is among the biggest challenges faced by children in Indiana, according to the results of an annual Indiana Youth Institute summary.
Southeast Indiana educators were among those rallying at the Indiana Statehouse on Monday in support of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz.
Your morning commute will be a risky proposition as the tri-state is chipping out from Tuesday’s snowfall and a subsequent hard freeze.
Up to eight inches of snowfall are expected in some parts of the tri-state, but it looks like some areas may even eclipse that.
Full call-outs from INDOT Seymour District facilities will continue through the night.
Snow is continuing to blanket the tri-state and it won’t be stopping for at least a few more hours.
213,000 Indiana children ate a free school breakfast last year, less than half of those who participated in the federal School Lunch Program.