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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.
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.
Anderson clinic owner pleads guilty to tax evasion
Former Indiana State University and University of Indianapolis head basketball coach Royce Waltman has died.
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.
WTHI-TV Terre Haute
Local students and Trees, Inc. plant 100 trees
Volunteers came together to plant one hundred trees in the area. More than 100 student volunteers from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Indiana State University woke up bright and early.
Researcher explores what makes love last
How couples in the Wabash Valley maintain the passion in their relationships will be the topic of an upcoming podcast.