No Charges to be Filed in Infant Death Caused by Dog

Knox County Prosecuting Attorney Chip McConville announced today that no charges will be filed against the father of the one-month-old infant killed by a dog attack in Amity.
“After conferring with Knox County Sheriff’s detectives and Knox County Coroner Jennifer Ogle, I have determined that the facts of this tragic event do not support criminal charges,” McConville said.
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Poverty Simulation Presented by United Way

Poverty and hunger often lead to increased emotional and financial stress, increased risk of illness, poor school performance in children, and poor productivity on the job.  This cycle of struggle can seem unbearable.

Throughout the year, United Way brings together diverse groups of community members for a unique, interactive experience focused on what life is like with a shortage of money and an abundance of stress. Read full story