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Ruby-throated hummingbirds arrived in the Tri-State about mid April. Since then, feeder populations first dwindled but are now growing. Why? [Read More]
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Evansville and Vanderburgh County leaders said Thursday they might mandate masks in public if the recent explosion in COVID-19 cases continues. [Read More]
he new Deaconess Clinic on South Green River Road officially opened on Wednesday after construction on the building broke ground in September. [Read More]
One day after Vanderburgh County registered a record 17 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, the county set a new record Thursday with 27 more confirmed cases. [Read More]
After months of canceled and rescheduled events, many in the entertainment community are starting to slowly get things going again. [Read More]
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Gov. Eric Holcomb announces stage 4.5 that begins this Saturday. [Read More]
Construction-related activities are underway at the site of Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden's Penguins of Patagonia exhibit. [Read More]
Four branches and a computer lab at the Central location will be open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., starting July 6. [Read More]
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced a new stage of reopening Indiana will begin on Saturday, July 4. [Read More]
Starting at 8 a.m. Thursday, masks will be required to be worn in all indoor areas of Tropicana Evansville, except when eating, drinking or smoking. [Read More]
I read with great sadness the obituary of Ja'Vion Bell. I had hoped that "Flash" would fare better than his father, Jahi Bell. [Read More]
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the top two fastest-growing occupations in the United States are solar installer and wind turbine technicians. [Read More]
Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen shoots for his fourth training title in five years at the RUNHAPPY Summer Meet at Ellis Park, which opens Thursday... [Read More]
In a scorching email to Moms Club International about its response to the nation's racial tempest, the Evansville chapter disbanded in protest. [Read More]
I respectfully request as a citizen and neighbor that all individuals with the power to set a flag at half mast on July 4, 2020 very... [Read More]
It's time for policymakers to embrace a resilient future built on reliable technologies that are now more affordable than ever. [Read More]
Conducting in-person voting will put many Hoosiers at risk of exposure to this deadly virus and may put their lives in danger should they contract... [Read More]
McGrath made it clear that she knows she needs to win over liberal voters who preferred Booker and his more progressive policies. [Read More]
Vanderburgh County added six more confirmed COVID-19 cases Tuesday, a relatively small number compared to a recent spike in cases that saw double-digit increases. [Read More]
Stirred to action by a spike in COVID-19 cases in Vanderburgh County, the health department pointed a finger at some not very surprising culprits. [Read More]
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