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JASON CLARK / COURIER & PRESS Dave Savage, a consulting engineer for traffic operations in the Traffic Signal Control office examines data on Evansville's newest traffic control system while working at the Civic Center in Evansville Thursday.
A gray Chevy mini van was damaged and the driver was taken to the hospital after an accident with a METS bus.
Authorities say a man fell off a boat docked on the Ohio River and was later found dead.
Rescue personnel were called out around 1:00 this morning about a man in Evansville who had fallen into the river and hadn't resurfaced.
JASON CLARK / COURIER & PRESS Kristi Wahl, a registered nurse who works as a "parish nurse" at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Evansville, speaks to a church member while documenting their history in Wahl's office Wednesday.
A judge Friday declined to allow attorneys for accused murderer Christopher Compton to appeal an earlier ruling against a defense request to dismiss some of his charges.
Some children in Evansville took advantage of ay unique program this week at a place that been serving the Tri-State for close to four decades.
A judge has turned down a request from the attorney of the Evansville man accused of setting a fire that killed three people.
Armstrong was one of eight featured speakers at the 2014 Southwest Indiana Chamber Biz Expo held Thursday at Old National Events Plaza on topics ranging from social media to negotiations.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke addresses the Board of Public Works Thursday afternoon. The board approved a grant agreement between the city and the Memorial Community Development Corp. to oversee financial aid to those being displaced by a possible relocation of D-Patrick Ford to a low-income area at U.S. 41 and Walnut Street.
Completing I-69 from Evansville to Indianapolis and building a bridge over the Ohio River are high on the list.
Walkers and joggers enjoy the weather and views along the Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage where it runs along the Ohio River near the Pagoda in Evansville recently.
The two woman accused of running into an Toys 'R' Us employee with their car plead guilty to the crime.
DENNY SIMMONS / COURIER & PRESS Emergency personnel arrive on-scene Wednesday afternoon outside the Goodwill Center at 500 South Green River Road after a car pulling out into traffic was struck on the driver's side fender by a motorcycle.
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Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 08:38 pm
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