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Community Development Director Terry Whitt Bailey celebrated the community's award of $2.9 million, the most of any Indiana city in the latest round of Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination.
Neighbors say several dogs recently went missing from people's yards on the southeast side and in neighborhoods around the University of Evansville.
An Evansville city councilman says applicants with a dishonorable discharge from the military should not work for the Evansville Fire Department.
He says the fire department can hire employees who have a dis-honorable discharge from the military, but he says that isn't the case at the Evansville Police Department.
The Southwestern Indiana Chamber of Commerce has kicked off a new contest aimed at anyone looking to open a restaurant to Downtown Evansville.
The goal is to give their students access to places and people the wouldn't ordinarily be able to see.
The concert celebrates American classical music, and will feature the local premiere of two new pieces written by American composer Dr. Richard A. Crosby, a Foundation Professor of Music at Eastern Kentucky University.
An Evansville hit and run victim makes a desperate plea, asking for information on the person who hit him.
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.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office says a registered sex offender was arrested after he posed as a police officer.
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.
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.
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.
A man loses control of his vehicle, hits a light pole, flipping the car until it hit a brick wall.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 12:59 am
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