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Vincennes, Indiana is located in Knox County. Zip codes in Vincennes, IN include 47591. The median home price in Vincennes is $114,900. More Vincennes information.

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Tuesday Jul 1 | WTHI-TV Terre Haute

Knox County Deputies arrest man following vehicle chase

The Knox County Sheriff's Department arrested a man Sunday following a chase that started in the county and ended in Vincennes.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

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STEAMU Offers Girls a Chance to Interact with Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and the Arts

July 11-12 Summer STEAM U Event at Vincennes University Girls grades 6-12 To sign up click here: http://camp@girlscouts-gssi.org Enjoy a night of STEAM themed sessions planned by the VU professors! Girls will stay in the dorms, have midnight pizza, and are able to swim, bowl, rock climb, and zip line after their sessions! Girls will have the option ... (more)

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

WTHI-TV Terre Haute

Name released in Knox County fatal fire

The preliminary cause released by the Knox County Coroner Gordon Becher stated Daniel Toth, 50 of Vincennes, died of smoke inhalation.

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Thu Jun 26, 2014

WFIE-TV Evansville

Authorities investigating fatal fire in Knox Co.

According to WTHI-TV, officials responded to the 2600 area of South Sievers Road just after 10 a.m. Thursday "Upon investigation we did find an individual in the building and at this time the coroner's office is working the case, based upon the individual we found inside the building," Eddie King, Vincennes Township Fire Deputy Chief, told WTHI.

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Mon Jun 23, 2014

Evansville Courier & Press

Man now facing murder charge in Gibson County shooting

A man arrested after last week's fatal shooting in Princeton, Indiana, was charged with murder Monday after autopsy evidence contradicted an eyewitness account.

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Sun Jun 15, 2014

The Tribune

Long-struggling Bicknell sees better days ahead

A small Indiana city that had to cut spending, borrow money from its utilities and lay off employees is on the road to financial stability.

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