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Local health and safety leaders are meeting soon to prepare for the very real possibility that by next week, Knox County could turn red on the state’s COVID-19 metrics map.

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The frenzy of Christmas shopping in the U.S. now typically begins before the Thanksgiving turkey is even cold.

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Good Samaritan asks community to participate in COVID-19 survey

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Chicago man allegedly dragged 2 Indiana officers with SUV

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The following information comes from reports provided by the Vincennes Police Department, the Vincennes Fire Department, the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, the Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department…

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For decades, eager holiday shoppers have flocked to big box stores for exclusive one-day deals on the most sought after gifts, but in recent years a newer trend has gained ground.

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The Salvation Army of Vincennes has kicked off its annual Red Kettle Campaign, with a goal of raising $75,000.

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The Vincennes Police Department is looking for a few good men — or women — to join the force.

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County on Thursday sees fewer than 20 new cases of COVID-19

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Hammond mayor wants to sell raw water to Joliet in Illinois

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Local COVID-19 cases continue to surge, and with no real end in sight, health officials warn Knox County could be headed for the red.

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After a couple of uncertain years, the Marine Corps League’s holiday Toys For Tots program is about to land in a new pair of confident, capable hands.

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In a typical year, the holidays are rife with potential stressors and challenges, but nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic, an added layer of burden is weighing down families across the nation.

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The Vincennes Community School Corp. Board of Trustees on Monday gave final approval to an extended Christmas break aimed at preventing the possible further spread of COVID-19.

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Good Samaritan asks community to participate in COVID-19 survey

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The Thanksgiving holiday is traditionally one of the busiest travel times of the year, but due to the pandemic, Indiana State Police are anticipating fewer vehicles on highways this holiday season. Although traffic may be lighter over the next several days, state troopers still want to remin…

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The Vincennes City Council is teaming up with the Knox County Chamber of Commerce to help stimulate local businesses in the coming months.

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Good Samaritan asks community to participate in COVID-19 survey

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The following information comes from reports provided by the Vincennes Police Department, the Vincennes Fire Department, the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, the Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department…

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Vincennes City Police Chief Bob Dunam is urging residents to join the city’s recently revitalized Neighborhood Watch Program.

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The Fraternal Order of Police Shop With a Cop program is marking its 23rd year, but as with so many things, the arrival of COVID-19 means the annual event will look a little different.

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City officials have received a slow but steady response to their efforts in planning a kind of reverse Christmas parade at Gregg Park early next month.

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Eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers and hospital staff across the country are fatigued — exhausted by the daily stress, fears and extra work caused by the outbreak.

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Man dies days after ramming head into Evansville police car

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The following information comes from reports provided by the Vincennes Police Department, the Vincennes Fire Department, the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, the Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department…

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Vincennes University has suspended in-person instruction due to rising COVID-19 rates.

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Members of the county council met for the first time on Tuesday inside the new Pantheon: A Business and Innovation Theatre, located at 428 Main St.

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“Out of an abundance of caution” the Knox County Public Library Board of Directors’ regular monthly meeting was held via Zoom Tuesday afternoon.

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Indiana pandemic death toll tops 5K as virus continues surge

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Local bars and restaurants are walking the razor thin line between keeping their businesses profitable and keeping their staff and patrons healthy amidst the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.

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State virus hospitalizations at new record high

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