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first_imgIndianapolis Business Raided in Voter Fraud InvestigationOCTOBER 5TH, 2016 MATT PEAK INDIANA Indiana State Police raid an Indianapolis business as part of an investigation into allegations of voter fraud.The investigation originally involved Hendricks and Marion Counties, but has since expanded to include Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Lake and Madison counties.ISP says the investigation began after they were tipped off by the Hendricks County Clerk’s office to inaccuracies in registration forms.Detectives searched the offices of the Indiana Voter Registration Project, in downtown Indy.State Police say an investigation is complex, time consuming and is expected to continue for several more weeks or months.Trooper Saves Life of Knox County Man Who OverdosedOCTOBER 5TH, 2016 MATT PEAK INDIANA A law enforcement official in Knox County saves a mans life, thanks to Narcan.Just after 2 p.m. Tuesday, Vincennes Police and Indiana State Police responded to a 911 call about an overdose in the 2000 block of North 2nd Street.When Master Trooper Jim Dotson arrived, he found a 29-year-old man unconscious on the living room floor.The trooper was told the victim had taken several Xanax pills, so he gave him Narcan, the antidote for overdoses of prescription opiate drugs.With in a few minutes, the victim was conscious and taken to the hospital to be checked out.Owensboro Doctor Leaves KWC Millions for Scholarship MoneyOCTOBER 5TH, 2016 MATT PEAK KENTUCKY A major donation will help Kentucky Wesleyan pay for more scholarships.The gift comes from the last will of longtime doctor, Willard Gillespie.Gillespie was a dentist in Owensboro for many years.He died back in July.In his will, he left about $3 million to be given to KWC’s general scholarship fund.The college says it shows Dr. Gillespie’s belief in the school’s mission and its future.KWC officials also say the gift will be memorialized to commemorate Dr. Gillespie’s generosity.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit Perform Songs From “The Nashville Sound” For NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert

first_imgJason Isbell and The 400 Unit made their debut at NPR’s Tiny Desk headquarters to deliver unique versions of “Chaos and Clothes,” “Molotov,” and “Last of My Kind” from their album together, The Nashville Sound. Isbell and the band took the opportunity to show off their character, making jokes throughout the performance. The singer-songwriter was backed by his wife Amanda Shires on fiddle/vocals, Sadler Vaden on guitar, Jimbo Hart on bass, Derry deBorja on accordian, and Chad Gamble on drums. During “Last of My Kind,” Isbell pointed to the audience for a guitar player, eventually welcoming Ashwin Wadekar to the “stage.”The Nashville Sound was recorded at Nashville’s legendary RCA Studio A and produced by Grammy Award-winner Dave Cobb, who produced Something More Than Free and Isbell’s celebrated 2013 breakthrough album Southeastern. The Nashville Sound is the first official Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit album since 2011’s Here We Rest. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit are currently touring in support of the album, so catch them in a city near you! Head to Isbell’s website for more information.Watch Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit perform the three songs below:last_img read more