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Photos by DENNY SIMMONS / COURIER & PRESS Dr. Maria Del Rio Hoover, center, is announced as the 2013 Evansville Rotary Club Civic Award recipient during the group's meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Tropicana in Evansville.
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In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking more about a recently released survey, showing 94 percent of last year's University of Evansville graduating students are finding work or enrolling in graduate school.
Evansville, IND.- Evansville Police confirm that an officer was involved in a shooting on the city's south east side.
A proposed Evansville ordinance granting equal benefits to city employees in same-sex relationships has hit a road block.
A man who police found shot in the leg Monday night in Evansville is not cooperating with investigators, according to an Evansville Police Department news release.
Three Evansville roads getting extensive facelifts are back open. CSX Railroad officials closed traffic to Franklin St., Ohio St., and Maryland St. last week, creating a headache for drivers and a network of detours.
A total of 377,685 pounds of recyclable materials didn't reach area landfills thanks to students and faculty at the University of Southern Indiana, University of Evansville and Ivy Tech Community College.
Just four weeks after Abigail Weissmann, a 14-year-old Evansville girl, had her wish granted to meet "Stan" the dog from Disney's Dog with a Blog at her Evansville home, she passed away with two of her own dogs by her side.
"It's my first time here, and I don't know their rules," Rhoades said. "I didn't want to block anyone either."
How do people in Evansville survive off minimum wage? This story will detail the lifestyles - and budgets - of people who earn minimum wage in Evansville.
April 18--A defense attorney is asking that all but one of the arson charges be dropped against an Evansville man accused of starting a fatal fire in a West Franklin Street apartment house.
Habitat for Humanity of Evansville has set its sights on a multi-home building effort in the city's Jacobsville neighborhood, on property donated by Deaconess.
ERIN MCCRACKEN / COURIER & PRESS Madalyn Schadler, a senior at Memorial High School gets a hug from Jessica Fehrenbacher, program manager of Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana, after Schadler was named the 2014 Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana Youth of the Year at a luncheon at Johnson Hall at Deaconess Hospital on Thursday afternoon.