Rise and "Shrine"

Wednesday, July 3, 2013


The Evansville Riverfront will be hopping as the annual Shrinersfest, part II, kicks off today, with the air show scheduled for this weekend.  Nicole is live with a look at one of the planes that has already landed for the festivities.

Dense Fog Advisory

There are dense fog advisories for Vincennes and Washington this morning.  Once it burns off it should be brighter and less rainy today with only isolated showers and thunderstorms.

The July 4th forecast still has some scattered showers, mainly over the eastern half of the Tri-State.  Temperatures will remain near or slightly below the norms for this time of year:  89/67.  More rain ahead for the weekend with flooding possible.  Byron has the First Alert forecast.

Fatal Mining Accident

The Saline County Coroner's Office says its currently investigating a mine accident that killed one person on Tuesday afternoon at Wildcat Hills Mine, near Eldorado, IL.  We'll have the latest.

First No-Hitter

Homer Bailey has tossed the season's first no-hitter of the season after throwing the final no-no of 2012. Bailey did it in Cincinnati's 3-0 victory over San Francisco, joining Jim Maloney and Johnny Vander Meer to throw two no-hitters for the Reds.

Enjoy the day, and we'll see you on Sunrise.


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