6 hrs ago
Monroe County YMCA Chooses Jason Winkle As New CEO
He replaces Roberta Kelzer. She announced earlier this year that she was stepping down after 28 years of working at the YMCA, the last 15 as the non-profit association's CEO.
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10 hrs ago
Sunrise to Go: Wednesday, April 23
Warmer air from the south moves up into WAVE Country tomorrow boosting temperatures for tomorrow afternoon.
14 hrs ago
Camm speaking for first time since being acquitted
TERRA HAUTE, IN David Camm is set to address the public for the first time since being acquitted for the murder of his wife and children.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
ISU breaks ground on new track and field complex
Indiana State University has broken ground on a $4.3 million track and field complex that will become the campus' first new athletic facility in a quarter-century.
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Indiana unemployment drops again
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development says the state's unemployment rate is now down to 5.9 percent, it's lowest point since July of 2008.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Evansville Courier & Press
'Purr'fect beginning: Litter of motherless kittens help welcome new shelter manager to job
Courtney Dosch received an unexpected "gift" during her first week as the new shelter manager at the Humane Society of Henderson County: Five motherless newborn kittens.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Indiana native wrestler "The Ultimate Warrior" dies at age 54
Several people were stabbed Wednesday morning at a high school near Pittsburgh, and a suspect was taken into custody, an emergency official said.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Anderson clinic owner pleads guilty to tax evasion
Former Indiana State University and University of Indianapolis head basketball coach Royce Waltman has died.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Movies Show Black Police Officers Good For Entertainment Only
Depictions of African-American police officers in television and movies may have a real-world impact on police officers and the citizens that they serve, according to a new research project by Sam Houston State University associate professor of criminal justice Howard Henderson and Franklin T. Wilson, from Indiana State University.
Flicks portray black police officers as good for entertainment only: Study
Washington, April 1: Researchers have said that African-American city police officers have rarely been depicted as leading characters in theatrically released films over the first 40 years of the cop film genre and are mostly portrayed as comedic entertainment while white officers are not.