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  • Spencer Co. Animal Shelter has new policy for kittens

    Spencer Co. Animal Shelter has new policy for kittens

    Friday, August 17 2018 10:10 AM EDT2018-08-17 14:10:07 GMT
    Spencer Co. Animal Shelter (WFIE)Spencer Co. Animal Shelter (WFIE)

    The Spencer County Animal Shelter says their cat quarantine is over, but there is a new policy concerning the kittens they will allow to be dropped off. 

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    The Spencer County Animal Shelter says their cat quarantine is over, but there is a new policy concerning the kittens they will allow to be dropped off. 

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  • Pike Co. School Corp on 2-hour delay Friday

    Pike Co. School Corp on 2-hour delay Friday

    Friday, August 17 2018 6:33 AM EDT2018-08-17 10:33:05 GMT
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    The Pike County School Corporation is on a two-hour delay Friday.

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    The Pike County School Corporation is on a two-hour delay Friday.

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  • New alcohol restrictions at 2018 Hydrofest

    New alcohol restrictions at 2018 Hydrofest

    Thursday, August 16 2018 11:28 PM EDT2018-08-17 03:28:17 GMT
    New alcohol restrictions coming to 2018 Hydrofest on the Evansville riverfront Labor Day Weekend.New alcohol restrictions coming to 2018 Hydrofest on the Evansville riverfront Labor Day Weekend.

    Evansville is two weeks away from Hydrofest and this year festival goers will come across a change that's going affect what's in your cooler. Race Organizer Vernon Stevens tells us you'll have to leave the booze at home. The Indiana Alcohol and Beverage Commission has told festival organizers they need to enforce stronger rules. "We're starting a new year, and we're going to enforce the new policy," Stevens said. "Police officers will stand at every gate checkin...

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    Evansville is two weeks away from Hydrofest and this year festival goers will come across a change that's going affect what's in your cooler. Race Organizer Vernon Stevens tells us you'll have to leave the booze at home. The Indiana Alcohol and Beverage Commission has told festival organizers they need to enforce stronger rules. "We're starting a new year, and we're going to enforce the new policy," Stevens said. "Police officers will stand at every gate checkin...

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