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However, area students will be in school for the day. Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp., and Warrick County students were originally scheduled to have Good Friday off, but they will be headed to school then instead, thanks to all the cancellations they had earlier this school year because of the winter weather.
Donnie Mosby sits in the driver seat of the Evansville Fire Department's new platform quint firetruck Tuesday afternoon in the Ford Center in Downtown Evansville.
Last year's graduation class from the University of Evansville had quite a bit of success in the job market.
Have you taken house plants outside to the patio, thinking spring had arrived? Maybe you'd better take them back inside or at least to a garage.
It is the start of Holy Week and a great chance to unite the many religions in downtown Evansville.
Officials of Paducah, Ky.-based Computer Services Inc., knew what they were doing when they brought in Steve Powless, an Evansville native and Memorial High School graduate, to help plan the company's future growth.
Stay up to date with news and information no matter where you are. Download the Courier & Press mobile app for iOS and Android Shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday, police found Dejwane Smith, 28, of Evansville, asleep in the driver's seat of a car in the left turn lane of westbound Diamond Avenue at the Heidelbach Avenue.
The morning sun sparkles on the Ohio River as you stroll down the paved walkway beside it.
What Kyle Freeland did to Wichita State on Friday night, the University of Evansville hitters did to the Shockers on Saturday afternoon.
The host Fort Wayne Komets rallied from a 2-1 deficit after two periods to post a 4-3 ECHL victory.
Now that Indiana University's trustees have recommended a regional medical school campus be built in Downtown Evansville, it will be up to the City Council and Mayor Lloyd Winnecke to come up with at least $50 million in local funding to move the project forward.
An attorney says officials on Indiana's side of the Ohio River can't ban firearms from an annual high-speed boat race.
Police said Friday that they believe the Vanderburgh County Jail is able to provide proper short-term care for the mentally-handicapped woman who is accused of setting a fire that destroyed a building at an Evansville apartment complex earlier this week.