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Lexington mail plant moving in 2015
The processing center is among 82 facilities nationwide that are planned for consolidation.
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Hit and Run Victim Asking for Help to Find Suspect
An Evansville hit and run victim makes a desperate plea, asking for information on the person who hit him.
DSM planning North American nylon plant
Materials firm Royal DSM NV plans to build a new nylon resin plant in North America, but no decision has been made on the plant's exact location.
Registered sex offender charged with impersonating a police officer
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office says a registered sex offender was arrested after he posed as a police officer.
Purple Aces Taking Part in Private College Week
The University of Evansville is one of 31 private colleges in Indiana and this week is Indiana Private College Week.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Lane closures this week for final work on Oak Hill Road project
The City of Evansville says final work on the Oak Hill Road project will be conducted this week, causing temporary lane closures at various points along Oak Hill from Pigeon Creek to Lynch Road.
Evansville officers buy mattress for man's wife
An Evansville man standing at a busy intersection with a sign that read 'Please Help' got just the help he needed from three Evansville officers.
Use Caution at Entrance of Vanderburgh County Fair
Officials ask for extra caution when entering the Vanderburgh County Fair. Near the entrance Rail Road crossing, traffic can back up to Highway 41. Officials ask for extra caution when entering the Vanderburgh County Fair.
ITV and Kennel Club to partner for new fundraiser
It Takes a Village and Kennel Club of Evansville are hosting a new monthly event to raise money for the ITV canine rescue shelter.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Car Flips Until Brick Wall Stops It
A man loses control of his vehicle, hits a light pole, flipping the car until it hit a brick wall.
Names of victims released in afternoon Evansville shooting
Evansville Police are still looking for a suspect they say shot two people in the 1400 block of Jeanette Avenue and ran from the scene.
An Evansville baseball team is hoping to bring in some donations so they can make a state tournament a "home run."
2 Evansville men lead ISP on short chase; arrested in Newburgh
Indiana State Police say the chase started on Lincoln Avenue in Newburgh after a trooper clocked a vehicle traveling westbound at 70mph in a 35mph zone.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Hit and run victim wants driver held accountable
A local bicyclist is making a plea for justice just days after he was hit by a car.
Indiana Law Blog
Ind. Gov't. - More on: State Board of Accounts investigating Evansville City Councilwoman
Updating this ILB post from June 12th, WFIE14 Evansville reported yesterday, in a story headed "Special prosecutor appointed in Brinkerhoff-Riley case," reports: Krieg said, "This incident occurred in Vanderburgh County but Prosecutor Nick Hermann requested a special prosecutor.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Pence: Austerity steps needed despite big reserves
The administration of Gov. Mike Pence has told state agencies to hold back 4.5 percent of their funding for the current fiscal year despite the state's $2 billion in reserves, a spokeswoman said Thursday.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Neighbors upset about speeders on newly opened Evansville road
Neighbors who live along Oak Hill Road are fired up, claiming the recently completed project is now unsafe because of all the speeding traffic.
Two Evansville men arrested after explosive device found in apartment
Evansville Police say two men have been arrested and charged with possessing a homemade bomb in a southeast side apartment late Monday night.
With some area schools starting again in less than a month, school supply sales at Target on the East Side of Evansville have already been substantial.
Road Work Brings Homeowners Unexpected Traffic
Road work in Posey County has nearby homeowners looking forward to the project's completion.