Tonight at 10: Shelter reports dramatic drop in euthanasia rate

The Daviess County Animal Shelter is reporting a significant decrease in the number of animals that have to be euthanized. We'll find out why so many dogs and cats are now being adopted.

Congress passes $50.5B Superstorm Sandy aid bill.

We're getting feedback from Posey County on a planned fertilizer plant. There are questions about who owns the company and how the product will be used.

A police dog tracks down a felony stalking suspect in the Vanderburgh County river bottoms.

The first terrorism case in Kentucky comes to an end...at least for one of the men accused of scheming to get weapons to insurgents in Iraq.

We'll see how a cold snap in Arizona is affecting produce quantity and prices at some local grocery stores.

And Jeff has the time line for our risk of seeing strong storms tomorrow night.

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