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Tonight at 10: Social Media 911

  Social media is coming to the rescue more often when there's an emergency. First responders are answering calls for help on Twitter and Facebook and via texting.  Our special report looks at the pros and cons of this new way of speeding help to someone in a crisis situation.

Fallout from the removal of Mayor Larry Thurby as the city of Cordyon, Kentucky does a quick turn-around and names a new mayor.

As local leaders prepare new budgets, a challenge to how public funds are spent in the City of Evansville and Vanderburgh County.

"Bursting at the seams."  That's how workers at the Daviess County Animal Shelter describe the situation with an overflow of critters needing a good home.

And police wrangle a runaway cow in downtown Princeton. No kidding.

See you at ten, David James djames@14news.com

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