Several University of Southern Indiana students say they’re surprised to hear an entire student organization is quarantined after university officials say several organization members tested positive for COVID-19.
The record number of people applying for mail-in voting has left election officials scrambling to adjust and take appropriate measures due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including hiring more staff members.
Illinois officials announced 1,759 new confirmed positive cases, bringing the total in the state to 186,471. Officials revealed 30 new coronavirus-deaths. This brings the total number of deaths to 7,573.
For an added layer of security and to help ease the minds of those inside the health department tasked with tough duties, security cameras will soon be installed outside the building - a security measure that was assisted by the Wabash County Commissioners.
The IHSA Board of Directors announced Wednesday that football, boys soccer, and girls volleyball will have their seasons delayed until the spring. Those seasons are going to last from February 15 until May 1.
When COVID-19 first hit the Tri-State area, face masks were hard to come by and people were making them at home. After a few months passed, stores got on board and started selling them for the general public, but how does the public know what masks are best?
Wednesday, Governor JB Pritzker joined members of the Black, Latino and Asian Caucuses of the state legislature and small business owners to announce a package of state grant programs to support communities and businesses impacted by the pandemic and recent civil unrest.
Deaconess Sports Park in Evansville is set to host its first baseball tournament of the season. The Tri-State League Youth Baseball Tournament will consist of 40 teams from Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky.