Indiana’s governor addresses plan for schools to reopen

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb says the plan is to reopen schools by July 1.

More than 500 new coronavirus cases reported in Indiana

  Indiana delayed primary marked by changes in voting; get election results here

Indiana’s positive testing rates continue to trail Ohio, Kentucky

COVID update for Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana

Just 6 new COVID deaths reported Sunday in Ohio

ISP: Murder suspect arrested after man shot, killed

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37 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Indiana

  Indiana reports 370 new coronavirus cases, 21 deaths on Wednesday

  Coronavirus cases in Indiana surpass 32K total

Hoosiers 80 or older account for more than half of state’s total coronavirus deaths

Highpoint Health to merge with St. Elizabeth Healthcare

  Indiana enters third stage of reopening economy

  Gyms, pools, more businesses in Indiana to reopen earlier than expected

Stage three will begin Friday, May 22 instead of May 24, the governor announced during his Wednesday update.

New coronavirus cases in Indiana decrease for third straight day

Tuesday's newly reported numbers show a decrease in new cases for the third consecutive day.

  Indiana reports first case of coronavirus-related syndome that affects kids

The state health commissioner says a large number of kids have probably already been infected, but they didn't become seriously ill.

West Harrison man killed in motorcycle crash

The sheriff’s office said the crash happened on US 52 in front of Hirlinger Chevrolet around 1:30 p.m.

Here’s what’s open in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana

Mother denies giving 3-year-old son methadone prior to his death

Indiana: 1,508 total COVID-19 deaths, 26,053 total cases

  Fire in downtown Dillsboro displaces 3 families

  Tri-State woman charged in death of 3-year-old son

  Hoosiers 80 and older account for almost half of state’s overall coronavirus deaths

Dearborn County launching coronavirus testing site Wednesday

It's part of the state’s “large scale testing effort,” the Indiana State Health Department says.

Indiana surpasses 24K COVID-19 cases

There have been 1,411 deaths in Indiana as a result of the coronavirus

Hotel drug ring uncovered after fire alarm brings police to suspects’ room, prosecutor says

Police were called to the hotel room after the fire chief found narcotics inside the hotel room, the county prosecutor says.

  Indiana restaurants, hair salons, barber shops reopen Monday

Restaurants and bars that serve food may open at 50% capacity with operational limitations

  Churches allowed to reopen in Indiana, but not all of them are

Even those whose doors are now open have many precautions in place.

  Indiana’s COVID-19 daily death toll declines

The Indiana State Department of Health reported that there are 13 total daily reported deaths since Thursday- a 14 person decrease since Wednesday.

Dearborn County to provide indoor COVID-19 testing

Dearborn County will now have an indoor COVID-19 testing site in Lawrenceburg thanks to Mayor Mollaun and Lawrenceburg City Council.

  Indiana reports 862 new coronavirus cases, 51 deaths

The new cases reported on Wednesday are the first increase in daily cases since April 30.

  Indiana reports another day of decreased new coronavirus cases

Tuesday is now the fourth straight day the state health department has reported a decrease in the number of new coronavirus cases.

  Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb discusses next reopening stage

Indiana now has more than 20,000 total coronavirus cases.

  These Tri-State businesses reopen Monday

Each state has a plan

Suspect identified, arrested in multi-state police pursuit leading to SWAT standoff in Louisville

LMPD received calls for assistance from ISP on a police pursuit headed into Louisville from Southern Indiana Saturday morning.

How Indiana’s reopening will affect summer recreation

Hoosiers may get a summer break filled with outdoor activities and sports after all

  Governor announces reopening dates for restaurants, bars, salons in Indiana

Governor Holcomb unveiled his "Back on Track" plan to reopen the Hoosier State.

  Indiana reports decline in new coronavirus cases for second straight day

The total number of coronavirus cases in the Hoosier State is now at 17,182.

  Coronavirus testing site coming to Fayette County, ISDH announces

The Fayette County testing site will run for eight hours each day and go Monday through Friday.

  Nearly 16,000 coronavirus cases diagnosed in Indiana

Indiana is on the verge of 16,000 total cases

Ranking: Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana lag national average in coronavirus testing

The case data is promising. The testing data is not. Here's what each state is doing about it.

  Gov. Holcomb signs executive order to resume elective medical procedures starting Sunday

Governor Eric Holcomb signed an order that will allow health care providers and medical facilities to resume elective medical procedures starting Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

  Tri-State man recovering from coronavirus after near-death hospital stay

Rick Moerlein was in a coma for 12 days. Doctors told him he easily could have died.

  Hoosiers over 80 account for more than 40 percent of state’s coronavirus deaths, ISDH reports

Even though Hoosiers over the age of 80 only make up 10 percent of total cases, they still represent the highest percentage of deaths from the coronavirus.

  Indiana coronavirus cases surpass 12,000; 61 new deaths reported

The ISDH said Tuesday's number should not be seen as a decline in the coronavirus cases in Indiana.

  Stay-At-Home order extended, modified for Indiana, Holcomb announces

On Monday, Governor Holcomb announced the extension and slight modification to Indiana's Stay-At-Home order.

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Friday, April 17

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines

Murder warrant issued for death of woman found shot in Northside

The man is considered armed and dangerous.

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Thursday, April 16

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines

  Nursing homes, long term care facilities will not become ‘COVID only’ centers, health commissioner clarifies

Indiana State Health Commissioner Doctor Kristina Box offered clarification on an order she issued on Tuesday for nursing homes and long term care facilities.

Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Wednesday, April 15

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines for Wednesday, April 15

  Indiana health commissioner signs order to help protect nursing home residents from coronavirus

According to Dr. Box, this new order will help protect residents from contracting the coronavirus from patients in the same facility who already have tested positive.

13 tornadoes struck Tri-State last Wednesday

Three EF1 tornadoes hit the Tri-State area last Wednesday, according to the NWS.

Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Tuesday, April 14

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines for Monday, April 13

NWS reports 10 tornadoes across Tri-State last Wednesday

The lone EF1 tornado was reported in Versailles, according to the NWS.

  331 new cases of COVID-19 in Indiana

Indiana state health officials reported 331 new cases of the coronavirus Monday for a total of 8,236 positive cases.

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Monday, April 13

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines for Monday, April 13

  Southeast Indiana hit hard by COVID-19

The state health department says 66 people in Franklin County have tested positive for the coronavirus. 7 have died.

  Local dairy farm dumps milk due to low demand after school, restaurant closures

Obert Farms in Fort Branch has to dump loads of milk due to low demand caused by school and restaurant closures.

  Off-road park in Franklin County ordered to close by health official

The off-road vehicle park was ordered to close on Saturday by Franklin County Health Officer Doctor Darrell Brimhall.

  Indiana man allegedly molested 13-year-old Ohio girl in hotel room, prosecutor says

The incident allegedly took place about a week after the two connected through Snapchat.

  Indiana K-12 schools to remain closed for rest of school year

Gov. Holcomb also outlined requirements for issuing diplomas for students who are to graduate in 2020

65 deaths in Indiana due to coronavirus; 2,565 residents known to have COVID-19

Indiana has a 'very long to go till we reach the peak' of the pandemic, health officials say

EPD: ‘Don’t Stand So Close’

Evansville Police created a video in order to spread the importance of social distancing.

County health officials release list of possible virus exposure locations

If you have been to one of the locations, you should self-monitor for symptoms.

Family grieving after six siblings killed in Indiana house fire

All six siblings were killed early Saturday, March 28 in a house fire in Switzerland County.

  Indiana plans for surge of coronavirus patients

As of Monday, Indiana has 35 deaths and 1,786 confirmed coronavirus cases

  ISP: All 6 victims in Switzerland Co. fire were siblings, youngest 10 years old

The fire destroyed a house in the the 9000 block of Lewis Drive early Saturday.

  5 juveniles, 1 adult killed in Indiana house fire

The cause of the fire, which killed five juveniles and an adult, is unknown right now.

  7 new deaths in Indiana, bringing state’s total to 24

To date, 6,936 tests have been reported to ISDH, up from 4,651 on Thursday.

  First reported COVID-19 death in Dearborn County

The number of coronavirus cases in Indiana rose to 645 Thursday, with three new deaths for a total of 17 in the state.

  New steps to slow coronavirus spread as Indiana reports 3 new deaths, 645 cases

A total of 4,651 tests have been reported to state health officials, up from 3,356 on Wednesday

Instructions on how to apply for unemployment in IN

More people than ever are qualified for unemployment and might not even know it.

  Meijer customers asked not use reusable bags to help keep everyone safe

Meijer and Kroger have now both announced measures to help keep their customers and workers safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

  First coronavirus-related death reported in Tri-State

The Franklin County man was in his sixties.

  Indiana to expand childcare availability; coronavirus cases expected to rise with more testing

In total, 477 Hoosiers have been diagnosed with the coronavirus and 14 have died.

  Tri-State urgent care center has ample virus tests: ‘We don’t anticipate any shortages’

AccuDoc has coronavirus tests — a lot of them, with more on the way.

Evansville family spreads cheer through chalk art

One Evansville family is using their at-home recess time to help spread positive messages to their neighborhood.

  5 new coronavirus deaths in Indiana; 12 total deaths in the state

The Indiana State Department of Health says there are 107 new positive cases of COVID-19 in the state

Man killed in Dearborn County, Indiana crash

Speed was a factor in this deadly crash, the sheriff's office says.

  Indiana Gov. Holcomb issues stay at home order

A stay at home order issued by Governor Holcomb will go into effect on March 25.