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Vincennes Man Arrested on Child Molest Charge
Vincennes Police arrested a local man on charges of child molesting Thursday morning. Around 8:35 a.m Police went to 1221 Upper 11th Street and arrested 65-year-old Robert D. Like. He is charged
Emotions Run High as Hwy Supt. Search Continues
The search for the next Knox County Highway Superintendent was the cause of a lot of commotion at Wednesday Night’s County Commissioner’s meeting. Commissioner Tim Ellerman spoke out against the
17k Still Needed for Lester Square Project
The Vincennes Parks Board is continuing to raise money to install fitness equipment at Lester Square. Lincoln High School Graduate Allie Bobe brought the idea to the board last year.
Cities to Take Possession of Blighted Homes
A number of blighted properties in Knox County are on their way back to the cities of Vincennes and Bicknell. Before their meeting Wednesday night, the Knox County Commisioners held
Public Forum Set for March 15th at City Hall
The Vincennes Parks Department will be holding a public forum at City Hall on Wednesday, March 15th at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. The meeting had been postponed from January
Local Arrest Report – 2.23.17
-At 11:38 last night, Vincennes police made a traffic stop in the 200 block of State Street. They arrested 63-year-old Stevie Wayne Shamblin of Vincennes for felony possession of meth
Trump Suspends Rules On Transgender Bathroom Access
President Donald Trump's administration has changed the federal stance on guidelines to protect transgender students’ rights in schools.
Committee OK’s Mandating Parental Notification Before Abortion
A Senate committee approved a bill that requires parents and guardians to be notified if their child tries to seek an abortion.
Senate Committee Scales Back Vaping Liquid Regulations
Some e-liquid manufacturers say the bill would pave the way for their return to the state.
Lawmakers Amend Bill To Clear Protesters From Roads
The amended version removes the bill's most controversial language, but is expected to change even more if heard by the full Senate.