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Murder Charge Now in Place for Lance Marley

A Princeton man is now charged with murder after a domestic dispute that led to the death of Lindsey Fleck.
26-year-old Lance Z. Marley was originally charged with voluntary manslaughter.

City of Vincennes Approves Shelter House Bids

The Vincennes Board of Works has taken bids under advisement for renovation of the shelter house at Four Lakes Park. The work is part of an overall beautification project for the park just off Main

Vincennes City Council Approves 2017 Budget

The Vincennes City Council gave final approval of both the 2017 budget and salary ordinance at last night’s session. The budget contains a three percent raise for all City employees.

VCSC Approves 2017 Budget

The Vincennes Community School Board approved a budget of almost $33 Million dollars for next year. A maximum of nearly $13 Million Dollars will come local taxes with the rest coming primarily from

Local Sports

Illinois Tournament Times Set for Area Teams

Dates And Times For The First Round Of The Illinois High School Football Playoffs Were Finalized Yesterday. The 5-4 Red Hill Salukis Will Travel To 8-1 Decatur Lutheran For A 1pm Central Time Class

Sunday Sports

South Knox freshman Makayla Couchenour has qualified for the girl’s State Cross country finals. Couchenour finished 20th overall at yesterday’s Brown County Semi state which was good

RSS Business News

  • Toyota to recall 5.8 million cars in Japan, China, Europe over Takata airbags October 26, 2016
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Toyota Motor Corp on Wednesday said it was recalling a total of about 5.8 million cars at home and abroad over potentially faulty air bag inflators made by Takata Corp.
  • Asia stocks slide on Wall Street losses, oil drops on inventory rise October 26, 2016
    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian shares on Wednesday followed in the footsteps of Wall Street, which pulled back overnight on disappointing earnings, while the dollar inched down from a seven-month high and oil prices extended this week's losses.
  • Apple's holiday surprise: big sales, not so big profits October 26, 2016
    (Reuters) - Apple Inc posted its third successive quarter of declining iPhone sales on Tuesday and forecast slimmer-than-expected profit margins over the upcoming holiday season even as it projected record sales, sending its shares down.
  • Lighten up: tech firms take on economy-class flight challenge October 25, 2016
    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Some start-ups are taking on one of air travel's last undisrupted bastions - the economy-class cabin. While first and business class travelers have long enjoyed comfort upgrades, there's been less attention to innovation at the rear of the plane. "We want to make travel memorable and comfortable for all of us, not […]
  • Exclusive: Slim in talks with Spanish firms for bid on $3.5 billion Mexico airport terminal - sources October 25, 2016
    MEXICO CITY/MADRID (Reuters) - Tycoon Carlos Slim's construction arm is in talks with his majority-owned construction firm FCC and rival Spanish builder Acciona to jointly bid on a coveted $3.5 billion (2.87 billion pounds) Mexico City airport terminal project, five people familiar with the matter said.
  • U.S. judge approves $14.7 billion deal in VW diesel scandal October 25, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Tuesday approved one of the biggest corporate settlements on record, Volkswagen AG's $14.7 billion deal arising from its diesel emissions cheating scandal, and the German automaker said it would begin buying back polluting cars in mid-November.
  • White House urges ban on non-compete agreements for many workers October 25, 2016
    (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Tuesday called on U.S. states to ban agreements prohibiting many workers from moving to their employers' rivals, saying it would lead to a more competitive labor market and faster wage growth.
  • Yahoo scanning order unlikely to be made public: sources October 25, 2016
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Obama administration officials briefed key congressional staffers last week about a secret court order to Yahoo Inc that prompted it to search all users’ incoming emails for a still undisclosed digital signature, but they remain reluctant to discuss the unusual case with a broader audience.
  • AT&T aims to break from streaming crowd with Time Warner October 25, 2016
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - AT&T is betting its purchase of Time Warner Inc will give the company an edge in winning subscribers for its live internet television package, a new front in media that is about to become crowded by technology players.
  • Morgan Stanley CEO Gorman takes aim at quarterly reporting October 25, 2016
    (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley Chief Executive Officer James Gorman questioned the need for U.S. companies to report earnings every quarter, calling the practice "asinine."

RSS Health News

  • U.S. Catholic health group hit with complaint over sterilization ban October 26, 2016
    (Reuters) - The largest Roman Catholic health organization in the United States was accused in a federal complaint on Tuesday of failing to provide appropriate care by refusing on religious grounds to allow a pregnant woman with a brain tumor to be sterilized.
  • Exclusive: WHO cancer agency asked experts to withhold weedkiller documents October 25, 2016
    The World Health Organization's cancer agency - which is facing criticism over how it classifies carcinogens - advised academic experts on one of its review panels not to disclose documents they were asked to release under United States freedom of information laws.
  • Bypass surgery may be better than stents for patients who skip meds October 25, 2016
    (Reuters Health) - For heart disease patients who adhere to optimal medical therapy, outcomes of coronary bypass graft surgery (CABG) and percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) may not differ, a new study finds.
  • Work environment may moderate menopause misery October 25, 2016
    (Reuters Health) - Women experiencing menopause symptoms like hot flashes and sleeping problems do better if they have a comfortable workplace and a supportive boss, according to an Australian study.
  • U.N. legal stance on Haiti cholera likely pushed by U.S.: expert October 25, 2016
    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations likely refused to accept legal responsibility for a cholera outbreak in Haiti that has killed thousands in the past six years because it was a position pressed by the United States, an independent U.N. investigator said on Tuesday.