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Kimmel Road Extension Opening Set for Wednesday

The Kimmel Road extension from Hart Street to Main Street will open to traffic on Wednesday at one p-m. Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum, Vincennes City Engineer John Sprague, and members of the

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Rivet 7th in Class A Top 10

This Week’s Indiana Girls Coaches Association Basketball Polls Show Little Change From Last Week.
In Class A, Vincennes Rivet Remains Ranked 7th. Michigan City Marquette Remains Number

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County Rivals Face Off Tonight at North Knox

On The Local Sports Scene For Tonight:
The North Knox Boys Basketball Team Plays Host To South Knox. The Warriors Are 2-1 While The Spartans Are 2-0. Jv Is At 6 With Varsity Play At 7:30. You

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NK Girls win 8th Straight with Win over WRV

The North Knox Lady Warriors Continued Their Winning Ways On The High School Hardwood With A 59-36 Win Over White River Valley. North Knox Built A 30-15 Lead Halftime Advantage And The Game Was

RSS Business News

  • Asian stocks post biggest daily gain in two weeks December 6, 2016
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian stocks posted their biggest rise in two weeks on Tuesday and the euro steadied as investors judged the selloff after Italy's referendum to be overdone, with robust U.S. economic data also helping sentiment.
  • Apple Watch sales to consumers set record in holiday week, says Apple's Cook December 6, 2016
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Sales of the Apple Watch to consumers set a record during the first week of holiday shopping, and the current quarter is on track to be the best ever for the product, Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook told Reuters.
  • Nissan's Infiniti sales on track for record year: global chief December 6, 2016
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd's premium Infiniti brand will likely end 2016 with record sales well beyond the 215,000 vehicles it sold worldwide last year, the Japanese brand's global chief told Reuters.
  • Dalian Wanda executive in charge of relisting plan resigns December 6, 2016
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - The chief architect behind Dalian Wanda Group's $4.4 billion buyout to take its flagship Hong Kong-listed property arm private and relist it in China has resigned without seeing the plan through, according to an internal memo.
  • Mexico's America Movil to provide national roaming service to Telefonica Mexico December 6, 2016
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican telecoms giant America Movil , controlled by tycoon Carlos Slim, said on Monday its Mexican unit had reached an agreement to provide a national roaming service to its main competitor in the local market, Telefonica Mexico.
  • UTC CEO says no 'quid pro quo' on keeping Indiana plant open December 6, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - United Technologies Corp , parent company of Carrier Corp, got a "good deal" with President-elect Donald Trump that allowed it to shift most jobs at two Indiana plants to Mexico, its chief executive said on Monday in an interview with CNBC.
  • Delaware Court revives case over Pincus's Zynga stock sale December 5, 2016
    WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - The Delaware Supreme Court revived a lawsuit against Zynga Inc's controlling shareholder, Mark Pincus, and fellow board members for allegedly allowing leaders of the social gaming company to act on inside information and dump stock before it crashed in 2012.
  • United Airlines mechanics ratify new contract December 5, 2016
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Union mechanics at United Continental Holdings Inc on Monday ratified a six-year joint collective bargaining agreement with the airline, marking the end to several years of contract talks between the two parties.
  • Oil retreats on doubts OPEC cuts can ease glut December 5, 2016
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. crude futures strengthened Monday before retreating in post-settlement trade as the market lost confidence OPEC cuts would be sufficient to reduce oversupply given increased U.S. drilling.
  • U.S. services sector activity scales one-year high December 5, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. services sector activity hit a one-year high in November, with a surge in production boosting hiring, further evidence of strength in the economy that clears the way for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates next week.

RSS Health News

  • Global prescription drug spend seen at $1.5 trillion in 2021: report December 6, 2016
    (Reuters) - Global spending on prescription medicines will reach nearly $1.5 trillion by 2021, although the annual rate of growth will decrease from recent years, according to a forecast by Quintiles IMS Holding released on Tuesday.
  • Asia-Pacific loses steam in efforts to end hunger: study December 6, 2016
    HONG KONG (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Even as malnutrition killed millions of children worldwide last year - with many deaths in Asia-Pacific, the region's progress toward defeating hunger has slowed down, a new study has found.
  • U.S. attorneys argue Aetna-Humana deal violates antitrust law December 5, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Justice Department attorney told a federal judge on Monday that health insurer Aetna Inc's planned acquisition of Humana Inc would break antitrust law by reducing competition in Medicare Advantage and Obamacare exchange businesses, kicking off a trial expected to last weeks.
  • In dementia, care from multiple health systems poses drug safety risks December 5, 2016
    Dementia patients who get prescriptions from multiple health systems may face a higher risk of drug mix-ups or unsafe interactions than people with cognitive problems who get all their medications from one place, a study of U.S. veterans suggests.
  • Doctors see regular misuse of antibiotics, narcotics December 5, 2016
    Antibiotics and narcotics are often prescribed when they aren’t the best option for patients and may do more harm than good, a survey of U.S. physicians suggests.