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Local News

Area Jobless Rates Fall in September

Daviess County tied with Gibson and four other counties in September for the third lowest unemployment rate in the state at 2.3%. For Daviess County, that’s a half percent lower than September of 2017. For […]

DEA Drug Take Back Day this Saturday

The next DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day is this Saturday. From 10:00 until 2:00 P.M. the public will be able to drop off expired, unwanted or unused prescription drugs at thousands of locations across […]

Cops Cuffing Cancer

The Vincennes Police Department, Knox County Sheriff’s Department, Vincennes University Police Department, Indiana State Police, Bicknell Police Department and the Indiana Department of Conservation police officers are in for a friendly competition of No Shave […]

Daviess Co. Arrests

Daviess County Sheriff’s deputies arrested an Indianapolis man overnight on a warrant for Failure to Appear in Court for Possession of Methamphetamine, Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Endangering a Person, Possession of Marijuana, and Operating […]

Bicknell Man Arrested on Drug Charges/Warrant

Vincennes Police arrested a Bicknell man Sunday after being called to Good Samaritan Hospital. Officers found 35- year-old Lonnie Haney to be in possession of cocaine, a syringe, and other drug paraphernalia. He was also […]

Boonville Man Arrested Following Standoff

A Boonville man was arrested Sunday Morning following a five-hour standoff with police at his home. The Evansville Courier and Press reports 43-year-old Christopher Harris was booked in the Warrick County jail on a warrant […]

State News

Colts Pummel Bills 37-5

Andrew Luck threw for four touchdowns as the Colts downed the Bills 37-5 in Indianapolis. T.Y. Hilton hauled in two Indianapolis touchdown passes, while Marlon Mack and Eric Swoope had the other TD catches. Mack […]

Purdue Threats

Purdue’s professors conduct research on many types of different topics, some of which are controversial, which is why many say they aren’t surprised they are harassed and threatened. However, recent threats have become more personal. […]