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  1. Puncture marks seen on plane debris

    Some in Washington support the U.S. going ahead with tougher sanctions on Russia with or without Europe.  

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  2. Nashville Predators coming to Owensboro

    The free youth hockey program, G.O.A.L., is designed for boys and girls, ages five to eight, with no prior skating experience.

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  3. Trunnell's Farm Market hosting unique festival to celebrate all things corn

    It's located right off of US highway 431 in Utica. That's just five miles outside of Owensboro.

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  4. Sunrise ShoutOut: Webster County archery team

    Thursday's "Sunrise ShoutOut" goes to the Webster County archery team in Dixon, Kentucky. Their picture was submitted by Kathy Stevens who says they're a small team, but they made it to State last year.  Thanks Kathy!

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  5. Fans start lining up as Comic-Con floor opens

    Comic-Con is all about bringing fans close to the artists and properties they love - after waiting in line.

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  6. New candidate appointed for Warrick Co. Circuit Judge race

    Warrick County Republican Chairman Mike Griffen tells 14 News he has appointed Greg Granger to run to fill the vacancy left by Todd Corne.

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  7. Rays sweep Cards in shutout

    Alex Cobb struck out 10 and drove in a run with his first major league hit, leading Tampa Bay to a 3-0 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night, the Rays' seventh straight win.

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  8. City official wants Evansville Fire Department to change hiring policy

    Evansville City Councilman Al Lindsey says it's only fair to make a change to the department's policy.

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  9. Evansville Mayor's Office calls councilman's EFD policy change request a "witch hunt"

    Evansville Mayor's Office calls councilman's EFD policy change request a "witch hunt"

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  10. IL Eastern Community Colleges to add athlete drug testing this fall

    Changes are coming for some tri-state student athletes. Anyone who plays sports at one of the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges could now have to take a random drug test.

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