Local News

V-U Police Arrest Lafayette Man on Drug Charge

Vincennes University Police arrested a Lafayette man this morning on a drug-related charge on the V-U campus.
University police found 18 year-old Wesley Quigley possessing both alcohol and

V-U Foundation Receives Fundraising Award

The Vincennes University Foundation has been selected as
the recipient of a 2015 Overall Improvement CASE Educational Fundraising
Award. This award honors superior fundraising programs

Local Sports

Week 8 of Football Kicks Off Tonight in Indiana

The Vincennes Lincoln Alices Play Their Final Home Game Of The Regular Season Tonight As They Play Host To Mount Carmel. The Alices Have Won Two In A Row To Improve To 4-3 On The Season. Mount

Playing 4 A Purpose Tonight in Vincennes

Its A Big Night At Alice Arena As The Vincennes Lincoln Volleyball Team Hosts North Knox. Its Is The Annual Play For A Purpose Game, As All Of The Proceeds From Tonight’s Event Will Go To

RSS Business News

RSS Health News

  • Nigerian at center of Ebola scare did not have the virus: WHO October 9, 2015
    GENEVA (Reuters) - A person who died in a suspected case of Ebola in Nigeria, triggering a scare and the quarantine of 10 others, did not have the deadly virus, World Health Organization spokesman Gregory Hartl said by email on Friday.
  • New test helps ER docs rule out a heart attack October 9, 2015
    (Reuters Health) - A new blood test might help doctors figure out faster whether someone’s having a heart attack.
  • Nestle spends $70 million on U.S. health science hub October 9, 2015
    ZURICH (Reuters) - Nestle's health science division is investing $70 million in a product technology center that will become the unit's new U.S. headquarters and research hub, the division said on Friday.
  • AstraZeneca pauses two lung cancer drug combination trials October 9, 2015
    LONDON (Reuters) - AstraZeneca has temporarily halted two clinical trials combining experimental drugs to treat lung cancer, following reports of lung disease in some patients, the company said on Friday.
  • Discharged British Ebola nurse back in hospital October 9, 2015
    LONDON (Reuters) - A Scottish nurse who contracted the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone last year but had seemingly made a full recovery was back in hospital in a serious condition on Friday after suffering a late complication from the disease.