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Terre Haute Man Turns Himself In on Warrant

A Terre Haute man turned himself into Vincennes City Police headquarters yesterday after turning himself in on a warrant.
52 year-old Steve Sprague found himself wanted on a Knox Superior

City Putting Best Foot Forward for May Events

The City of vincennes is putting its best foot forward for visitors coming to town for a busy month of May.
Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum knows this month is among Vincennes’ most

VCSC Executive Session Set for Late Afternoon

The Vincennes Community School Board will meet in executive session late this afternoon at the school’s Administrative Center. The meeting will concern a discussion of personnel. The meeting

Local Sports

Four KC Basketball Players Win Scholarships

Congratulations To Four Knox County Girls High School Basketball Players Who Are Winners $750 Marion Crawley Scholarship Awards From The Indiana Basketball Coaches Association. Awarded The

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  • Panama confirms four microcephaly cases tied to Zika May 5, 2016
    PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Four babies born with microcephaly linked to the Zika virus have been confirmed in Panama, the health ministry said on Wednesday, out of 264 total cases of the mosquito-borne infection in the country.
  • Guinea seeks rebound from Ebola with double-digit growth by 2020 May 5, 2016
    CONAKRY (Reuters) - Guinea is targeting double-digit GDP growth by 2020 as it seeks to rebound after the Ebola virus slowed investment and hurt the mining sector, Prime Minister Mamady Youla said on Wednesday.
  • California raises age to purchase tobacco to 21 May 5, 2016
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California will raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco products to 21 from 18 under a bill signed on Wednesday by Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, part of a package of anti-smoking measures that also regulates electronic cigarettes.
  • Arsenic in New England well water tied to bladder cancer risk May 5, 2016
    (Reuters Health) - Low to moderate levels of arsenic in New England well water may be responsible for an increased risk of bladder cancer in that region, suggests a new study.
  • Bacteria blocks mosquitoes from transmitting Zika: Brazilian study May 4, 2016
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Infecting mosquitoes with a strain of bacteria known as Wolbachia significantly reduced their ability to transmit the Zika virus, Brazilian researchers said on Wednesday, raising hope for this biological method of blocking transmission of the deadly virus.