This event will feature a drive thru light show and the chance to add on a twilight drive thru safari tour! If you are looking for a safe alternative to pumpkin patches and trick or treating, come create a tradition with your family all from the comfort of your own vehicle!
The Indiana Department of Health today announced the appointment of 12 new members to the Governor’s Public Health Commission, which was established last month by Governor Eric J. Holcomb to study Indiana’s public health system and make recommendations for improvement. The appointees include elected officials, public health professionals and other key health stakeholders from across the state.
Last night at approximately 8:24 p.m., Indiana State Police and Posey County Sheriff’s Office responded to a three-vehicle crash on SR 165 approximately ½ mile north of I-64. When officers arrived, they discovered two of the drivers involved were husband and wife and alcohol was a contributing factor.
In a letter to congressional leaders, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita warns that a reckless piece of legislation under consideration on Capitol Hill “would allow the United States Department of Justice to usurp the authority states rightly possess over their own elections, essentially federalizing the election system.”
During the 2017-18 school year, 80% of the public schools in the United States recorded one or more events of violence, theft or other crime. This amounted to a total of 1.4 million incidents. These circumstances have caused many local leaders in education to research and implement additional safety precautions within our schools.
In this yesterday's Dubois County School Forum, Principal Ryan Case took WITZ News Director Kris Norton on a tour around the Northeast Dubois Intermediate School weeks after the school saw between eight and ten feet over standing water inside of the building.