Local News

New Indiana Notary Law To Go Into Effect

16 hours ago
maxpixel.net

There are 95,000 notaries in Indiana who sign documents and give oaths. A new law will update the regulations that govern their work.

Applicants to become notaries will have to post a bond of $25,000. These bonds protect them when they sign documents improperly and shield their clients from the effects of fraud.

The current bond amount of $5,000 is often not enough to cover settlements against notaries.

The new law also raises the fees notaries are allowed to charge per signature from two to ten dollars.

Two Main Street- The Dream Car Museum

19 hours ago
Steve Burger

What is the number one attraction in Evansville, according to the popular ratings site Trip Advisor? Listen to David discuss cars with the attraction's sp0kesperson, Jason Moore.

Two Main Street- The Dream Car Museum

19 hours ago
Steve Burger

What is the number one attraction in Evansville, according to the popular ratings site Trip Advisor? Listen to David discuss cars with the attraction's sp0kesperson, Jason Moore.

More WNIN News

¿Qué Pasa MidWest? (Season Two launched June 6th!)

Norma Marizan

¿QPM? S2 EP 2: Huracán Maria changed my family's life.

After not being able to talk to my family for six days, my mom finally called me from the Island. Hurricane Maria had just passed and she couldn't believe was she was seeing. I didn't know what had happened during that time so she started sending me pictures of what I thought was another country. I grew up in Puerto Rico; in these streets and I couldn't recognize any of them. My mom and sister came to stay with me in the Midwest after the hurricane and talked to me about their experience. A...

Read More

WNIN Local Programs

Indiana Public Broadcasting News

Federal Department of Education Cautions Schools Around Student Data

Indiana’s new graduation pathways will include college entrance exams as one gatekeeper to graduation for some students, but the U.S. Department of Education says that means schools must take extra care to follow student data privacy laws.

Read More

NPR News

ProPublica has followed up with a 6-year-old girl whose voice was captured in the audio recording of children who were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. The audio, released earlier this week, sparked national outcry and condemnation.

"For the last 14 years I had been a stay at home mom and a soccer mom of three kids," says Lori Alhadeff. "On Valentine's Day my daughter was brutally shot down and murdered and I became a school safety activist."

That day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, when a 19-year-old former student killed Alyssa Alhadeff and 16 other people, changed many lives.

And it pushed the question of school safety once again to the front and center.

Police Shootings And Mental Health

1 hour ago

Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

EU Begins Tariffs On U.S. Goods

1 hour ago

Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

Latest On Immigration Politics

1 hour ago

Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.