• IU School of Medicine Dean Jay Hess (center) with Vera Bradley co-founders Barbara Bradley Baekgaard (left) and Patricia R. Miller (right). The Foundation has contributed more than $35 million for breast cancer research. (Courtesy of Indiana University Sc

    New Center Will Focus On Breast Cancers

    A new Indiana University School of Medicine research center will focus on aggressive and hard-to-treat breast cancers. The center will target diseases like triple negative breast cancer, which aggressively impacts
  • Indiana Republican Party Chair Kyle Hupfer says delegates at this weekend’s convention will vote to choose between two versions of the state party’s platform. (Indiana GOP)

    Delegates to Choose Platform Language Proposals

    Indiana Republican Party Chair Kyle Hupfer says delegates at this weekend’s convention will vote to choose between two versions of the state party’s platform, its value statements. The move comes
  • APC Approves KCDC Zoning Request

    The Knox County industrial park is a step closer to cultivating more business in the county. At last night’s Area Plan Commission, the Knox County Development Corporation submitted a request
  • INTREN Buys Local Construction Company

    One of the nation’s largest certified Women Business Enterprise specialty utility contractors has announced the purchase of a Vincennes company. INTREN announced this week that they now plan to purchase
  • Chamber Hosting Business Seminar for Employers

    Area employers will have the chance to become more familiar with the Next Level Jobs program next week. The Knox County Chamber of Commerce, along with WorkOne, is hosting a
  • Close the Book on Hunger A Big Success

    The Knox County Public Library is considering their 2018 Close the Book on Hunger Campaign a success. In total, the Library was able to collect 3,017 lbs of non–perishable items
  • Eight Local Girls Vying for Miss Indiana Crowns

    A handful of local young women will be among the 63 vying for scholarships and crowns over the weekend. Eight local girls will make the trek to Zionsville tomorrow for
  • Local Arrest Report – 6.6.18

    -45-year-old Dwayne Faith was arrested by Knox County Sheriff’s Deputies shortly after 10:00 a.m. Tuesday. Faith is charged with theft and cemetery mischief. -55-year-old Daniel Murphy was arrested by the Knox
  • Heap of Jeeps Returns This Weekend

    The 3rd Annual Heap of Jeeps festival is almost here! This Saturday, area jeep lovers will gather to celebrate their love of Jeeps. The Knox County Chamber of Commerce, in
  • Ella Whistler, left, and Jason Seaman were injured in the Noblesville West Middle School shooting (Provided by Whistler family and Southern Illinois University)

    Shooting Suspect Won’t Be Tried As An Adult

    The Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office has formally filed charges against the 13-year-old Noblesville shooting suspect. The student faces charges from the May 25 shooting at Noblesville West Middle School, which
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