Friday, January 27, 2023

Changing state bail policy would take several years to happen

A bill to restructure how Indiana handles setting bail for accused criminals is being considered by state lawmakers.

Groups weigh in on eliminating state income tax

By Leslie Bonilla Muñiz Indiana Capital Chronicle INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Senate Republicans want to see if the state can ditch its individual income tax, and one...

Light snow will end by mid-day

The snowy start to Sunday will not lead to much more accumulation.

Winter, Spring programming announced by Lilly Center For Lakes & Streams

The Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams will host five new events this spring, including a family-friendly critter encounter, a women’s agriculture event, and a modern gardening workshop.

Indiana lawmakers weigh bill to create universal school choice program

Indiana lawmakers this week began a contentious debate over whether it should bring universal school choice — and its daunting potential long-term cost — to Hoosier students and parents.

Driver identified in fatal morning crash

Police have released the name of the victim of a single-car fatal accident that happened Friday morning.

Deadline Feb. 3 for state STEM grant application

State officials are inviting Indiana high school students to apply for the 2023 Governor’s STEM Team. 

Fatal accident reported near Barbee Lake Friday morning

A woman was killed this morning near Barbee Lake in a one-car accident.  

Sheriff announces new director for JCAP

Kosciusko County Sheriff Jim Smith announced on Friday the hiring of Casey Trombley as the new JCAP Coordinator.

Watershed Foundation celebrates Deeds Creek improvements

Changing course is often necessary for improvement. Changing the course of a stream or creek, however, can have unknown consequences – and they aren’t always good.