• Anantha Shekhar, MD, PhD, founding director of the Indiana CTSI. (Photo courtesy of Indiana University School of Medicine)

    Federal Funding Will Support IN Health Research

    There will be more public health resources in Indiana to speed research and advance treatment and prevention. A new $33 million federal grant from the National Institutes of Health, NIH,
     
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  • KnowYourGirls.org (Courtesy of the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the Ad Council)

    African-American Breast Health Focus of Campaign

    Black women in Indiana are 35 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than the white women. A new national education campaign aims to bring that number down. Risk
     
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  • VCSC Approves Participation in Migrant Program

    The Vincennes Community School Corporation will be adding a new level of education over the summer. Superintendent Greg Parsley approached the school board last night, requesting permission to participate in
     
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  • Tecumseh Renovations Nearing Completion

    The renovations at Tecumseh Harrison are in the home stretch. Chris Roberts, a representative from Garmong Construction, gave the Vincennes Community School Corporation an update on progress at the school
     
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  • School Board Approves Handbook Changes

    The Vincennes Community School Board approved a number of changes to various school handbooks at their meeting last night. Representatives from every grade level, pre-school through high school appeared before
     
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  • CFS, GSH Announces INspect Training

    Children and Family Services, in conjunction with Good Samaritan Hospital, has announced a pair of training workshop set to take place in June. The workshops are provided by the Indiana
     
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  • Ernst to be Honored at Davis Dinner Tonight

    A prominent local figure will be honored later this evening. Christina M. Ernst, Chief executive officer of Miller Construction Company Inc., was named the recipient of this year’s Walter A.
     
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  • Rohrer Announces Departure from South Knox

    There will be a new face at the helm of the South Knox Spartans Boys Basketball Team next year. And while there’s no indication of who that might be, they
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 5.22.18

    -Bicknell Police arrested two men last night following a fight 28-year-old Aaron Like and 18-year-old Kolton Oliver are being held in the Knox County jail charged with Battery and Disorderly
     
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  • IMPD Officer Johnathan Burger inspects a mock crime scene at Homicide School, a newly expanded week-long program designed for detectives.

    Homicide School Expands For Detectives

    In the U.S. around half of the violent crimes reported to police go unsolved. The changing nature of crime, and the technology used to solve it, means the job of
     
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