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Coming up, fatal train accident in Henderson

The coroner is on the scene of an accident in Henderson, after officials say a woman walked into the path of an oncoming train around 2:00 p.m. at the intersection of Washington and McKinnley Streets. We will continue to have live updates throughout 14 News at 4, 5 & 6.

Planning on drinking this New Years Eve? A local law firm in Evansville is ready to pick up the tab for your ride home this holiday weekend. Ann Komis will have all the details at 5.

Seven Jesus lawn ornaments appeared at Fort Branch Library earlier today, leaving police wondering who the owners are. Surveillance video shows two young men arranging the lawn ornaments for about 10 minutes before leaving. Police are asking residents around Gibson County to check their manger scenes. Kendra Whittle will have more on the story coming up tonight.

Police in Madisonville are looking for two women who supposedly stole more than $3,000 worth of merchandise, mainly electronics, from Wal-Mart. Police say it happened last Monday  night when there was no greeter at the door. Surveillance video shows that they were driving a maroon/burgundy Dodge Magnum.  Brett Hoffland will have more information, as well as surveillance video, at  4 & 6.

The future of the old McCurdy Hotel in Downtown Evansville is still up in the air, even after a special meeting of the Evansville Redevelopment Commission this morning. The ERC couldn't reach an agreement on moving forward with the project, leaving the building to sit empty for yet a while longer. Erin Meyer will have a live update for us at 5.

Although selling synthetic marijuana is illegal, police across the Tri-State say it's still a problem. Owensboro Police say they are now cracking down and checking more stores for it. Detectives recently found "Mad Hatter" at a Marathon station in Owensboro that contains a product that has been outlawed. OPD says manufacturers are constantly changing ingredients to keep them on the shelves.

The Indiana Southwestern Railway is dismantling a railroad that has run through Poseyville for more than one hundred years. The town has been trying to prevent it from happening for more than a year, as citizens say they saw it as a way for the town to expand economically. Nicole Niziolek will have the story at 6.

 


Here's what's coming up:

4:00 – 14 News at 4

5:00 – 14 News at 5

5:30 – NBC Nightly News

6:00 – 14 News at 6

6:30 – Wheel of Fortune Best of the Best (HD, New, TV-G)

7:00 --  Up All Night First Christmas (HD, Repeat, TV-14) Attempting to make Amy's first Christmas memorable, Reagan looks for help from an unlikely source and Chris faces the mall looking for the perfect gift.

7:30 --  Whitney Two Broke-Up Guys (HD, Repeat, TV-14) When Alex suggest that Mark recycles his beer can, Mark takes a firm stance against it, causing them to "break up"; Whitney tries to cheer Alex up.

8:00 -- Harry's Law The Rematch (HD, Repeat, TV-14) Harry must defend former prosecutor Josh "Puck" Peyton, who is accused of aiding a kidnapping after negotiating her safe return behind the FBI's back.

9:00 -- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Double Strands (HD, Repeat, TV-14) A dancer is followed and raped by a man with a distinctive tattoo, but the family man they catch maintains his innocence despite the DNA match.

10:00 – 14 News at 10

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