Governor Holcomb joined Indiana Secretary of Commerce David Rosenberg and executives of Google to announce plans to establish a new $2 billion data center in Fort Wayne
Gov. Holcomb joined the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, the town of Merrillville, and the Lake County Parks and Recreation Department to celebrate the official opening of the recently completed C&O Trail
Gov. Holcomb announced that Stellantis and Samsung SDI will significantly expand electric vehicle battery manufacturing operations in Indiana, investing more than $3.2 billion
Evansville Mayor Stephanie Terry announced a request for proposals for approximately $1.3 million in Opioid Settlement Funds designated for use in the Evansville area
Gov. Holcomb announced major actions to provide the necessary and reliable data needed for future short- and- long-term water policy and planning in the state
Chief Smith and Assistant Chief Hassler recognized the promotions of Lieutenant DeYoung and Lieutenant Fair during second shift roll call
ISDA Director Lamb joined the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture on a trade mission to Havana, Cuba
The Evansville Police Department is continuing to work a traffic grant (Safe Family Travel Blitz) through January 6th, officials say
Evansville Police Department officers responded to shots fired incident on E Riverside Dr, one person injured
Evansville Police Department officials announced the passing of one of their horses, Blondie
The Kentucky-Indiana Joint Board and Tolling Body for the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project will meet on Thursday, August 31
Thursday, June 13, 2024

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