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The Shockers are in a nasty habit of falling behind early and nothing changed on Saturday at Braun Stadium. Evansville dumped the Shockers deeper into last place in the Missouri Valley Conference with a 13-2 run-rule victory in seven innings. WSU's
Two Owensboro residents were injured late Friday night in a one-vehicle crash in Henderson County. Martin Cook, 36, the driver, and Lisa Fuqua, 36, a passenger, were transported to Methodist Hospital. They were both treated and later released,
The City of Evansville will pay $26,887 to demolish five blighted buildings. The bids were recently approved by the city Board of Public Safety. Deputy Building Commissioner Ron Beane said the city hires the contractor and then will send the bill and
Cheers for the first graduating class of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp.'s New Tech Institute. This group will be the first to receive diplomas from the school that focused on students and teachers working as teams on project-based learning.
Close to 30 scouts from major league teams sat behind home plate at Braun Stadium to see Evansville pitcher Kyle Freeland face Wichita State. He gets WSU's approval as a worthy first-round draft choice after Friday's 15-strikeout performance over
The Evansville IceMen's season continued toward its conclusion with another loss on Friday night...The defeat was the fifth in the last six games for Evansville. Meanwhile, the Komets won for the fifth time in their last seven games. The IceMen will
Gardeners with a green thumb will be sharing the wealth of excess plants on Derby Day, May 3. The Garden Club of Henderson will host its annual Plant Exchange that first Saturday in May. The exchange will take place in the vicinity of the DAR
Franklin Graham has an answer for those turned off by his litany of controversial condemnations of gays and lesbians, Islam and President Barack Obama : He claims he's only saying what his father would say if Billy Graham , now 95, were a younger man.
We pursue our educations, work at our careers, raise our families, worry about retirement and prepare for the inevitable: death and taxes. In the meantime, the lives of believers and nonbelievers show little marked difference other than church
And, they say, it's a wonder no one was killed with all of the shots fired at the west side apartment. "My sister called my mom and said, 'Ra-Je's been shot,'" said Christopher Watson, the victim's uncle. "I came running down here to see what was