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Puddles to thin ice

Hi friends,

If you're not watching your step, you'll end up with wet feet out there.  Everybody is talking about the weather.  I was feeling lucky we've only seen rain.  Then, the bottom fell out.  Jeff told us about our chances for snow overnight.   He'll get us squared away at ten.

And whoa baby!  A Kentucky couple welcomed their son into the world on the William H. Natcher Parkway.   We have pictures.

Then, talk about a first impression.  There's the story of Indiana teenager who walked miles for a job interview.  I think you're going to like how this one ends. 

Plus, the Blue Angels air show may not be returning to Evansville. 

 

Make a date with us tonight at ten.

 

Jackie

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