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Drug Search Executed Last Night in Vincennes

The Knox County Sheriff’s Department did a planned drug search last night at the Knox County Work-Release Center. Knox County Sheriff Mike Morris and County Prosecutor Dirk Carnahan planned it in response to rumors about […]

Five Injured in Accident West of Bicknell

Five people were injured yesterday in a reported accidentwest of Bicknell. The accident was reported on Windmill Road near Cardinal Road. Reports say one vehicle flipped over, and was on its side when authorities arrived. […]

KC Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Bruceville Man

Knox County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Bruceville man yesterday following a call to Windmill Road. Officers found 40 year-old Michael Kirby in possession of marijuana at the scene. Kirby was booked into the Knox County […]

Sullivan County Inmates Give Back to Community

Inmates from the Sullivan County Jail gave back to their Community this week by sprucing up the fire station in Hymera. Hymera Facility Manager Nick Cullison organized the project, along with support from the Sullivan […]

Vincennes Woman Arrested on FTA Warrants

Vincennes Police arrested a Vincennes woman last night on a warrant from Knox Superior Court Two. Officers found 32 year-old Amanda Richards at the Chuckles convenience store on Willow Street. A related search found her […]

Local Sports

LHS Ends Football Season 10th in AP Poll

The Vincennes Lincoln Football Alices Are Ranked 10th In The Final A.p. Class 3a Poll Of The Season And Are 11th In The Indiana Football Coaches Association Final Poll. Gibson Southern Is Number One In […]

LHS JH Footballers End with Pair of Wins

In Jr. High Football Action Last Night: The Clark Middle School 7th And 8th Grade Teams Were Winners Over Visiting Princeton. The Clark 7th Grade Won 26-14. Zach Steffey Led The Way Rushing For Three […]

RSS Business News

  • Stock market's future in Trump's hands as Federal Reserve chair pick looms October 20, 2017
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors awaiting the nomination of the next Federal Reserve chair are hoping whoever is nominated pursues the same monetary policy that has supported rising stock prices for the past nine years.
  • Bitcoin soars to record high above $6,000 October 20, 2017
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin surged to a record high of more than $6,000 on Friday, pushing its market capitalization to $100 billion at one point, as investors continued to bet on an asset that has a limited supply and has paved the way for a whole slew of crypto-currencies.
  • Nestle CEO praised by Third Point but hedge fund still wants more October 20, 2017
    LONDON/BOSTON (Reuters) - Nine months into leading the world's biggest packaged food company, Nestle SA Chief Executive Mark Schneider got a tentative thumbs-up from a prominent investor, who praised his early steps on Friday but said there was more work to be done.
  • Consumer Reports says Tesla misunderstands 'positive' Model 3 rating October 20, 2017
    DETROIT (Reuters) - Consumer Reports said on Friday that Tesla Inc had apparently misunderstood the "average" reliability rating the magazine assigned to the electric carmaker's Model 3 sedan this week, calling it generally "positive" for an all-new vehicle.
  • Wall St gains, progress in Trump's tax plan lifts hopes October 20, 2017
    (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose on Friday after the Senate passed a budget resolution, lifting hopes that President Donald Trump's tax-cut plan may move forward.
  • Top oilfield services firms signal fourth-quarter uncertainty October 20, 2017
    (Reuters) - The world's top two oilfield service firms on Friday warned slower producer spending and weakness in offshore exploration may weigh on current-quarter earnings, but said activity could improve in the longer term as the global crude market comes into balance.
  • Apple hit with trademark lawsuit over iPhone X 'animoji' feature October 20, 2017
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Japanese software company is suing Apple Inc in a U.S. court over the trademark for the term "animoji", alleging the U.S. technology company stole the name to use on a feature of its iPhone X.
  • Merck to cut 1,800 U.S. sales jobs, add 960 in chronic care October 20, 2017
    (Reuters) - Drugmaker Merck & Co Inc , moving to a new sales team structure in the United States, plans to cut 1,800 sales positions, while adding 960 jobs to a new chronic care sales force, the company said on Friday.
  • Gillette weakens P&G report after Peltz row October 20, 2017
    (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co disappointed Wall Street with sales on Friday, hurt by continuing weakness in its Gillette business, a week after it claimed to have fought off hedge-fund manager Nelson Peltz's move to muscle onto the board.
  • U.S. existing home sales unexpectedly rebound in September October 20, 2017
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. home resales unexpectedly increased in September as the effects of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma began to dissipate, but a persistent dearth of properties for sale continued to weigh on overall activity.

RSS Health News

  • With time, shoe inserts may help ease plantar heel pain October 20, 2017
    (Reuters Health) - It could take a little time for orthotic shoe inserts to help relieve plantar heel pain, but the prefabricated versions sold in drugstores may work just as well as more expensive custom alternatives, a recent study suggests.
  • Pharmacist's 'deadly' choices sparked U.S. meningitis outbreak: prosecutors October 20, 2017
    BOSTON (Reuters) - A federal prosecutor told jurors on Friday that a Massachusetts pharmacist gambled with patients' lives by making drugs in unsafe ways that led to a deadly 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak, but a defense lawyer said he was no murderer.
  • Follow-up care for acute kidney injury may be lacking October 20, 2017
    (Reuters Health) - Kidney specialists recommend follow-up care for most patients who have experienced acute kidney injury, but only a minority of patients have been getting that care, according to a Canadian study.
  • Frailty, loss of mental function independently affect elderly survival October 20, 2017
    (Reuters Health) - Frail older people don’t live as long as their stronger peers, and loss of mental function further increases their risk of death, recent research shows.
  • FDA teams with medical companies in Puerto Rico to tackle shortages October 20, 2017
    (Reuters) - The head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the agency was working with several pharmaceutical and medical device companies in Puerto Rico to prevent shortages of medical products in the United States as it joins a massive effort to help rebuild the island that was ravaged by Hurricane Maria.