KY fitness centers reopening with COVID-19 safety measures

As more businesses slowly reopen across the Tri-State, fitness centers in Kentucky will soon be allowed to open their doors again on Monday.

Protests spark coronavirus fears in US; Lockdowns ease across Europe, Asia

The protests come as more beaches, churches, mosques, schools and businesses reopen worldwide, increasing the risk of cross-infections.
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Many states scrambling to update hurricane plans for coronavirus

Hurricane season officially starts Monday, though Tropical Storms Arthur and Bertha arrived early. Forecasters are expecting a busier-than-normal season.


  Evansville, Owensboro rallies follow multiple nationwide protests

At least 20 inmates involved in disturbance at Metro Corrections

Daviess Co. reports 2 additional positive cases; Testing continues in Green River District

Vanderburgh, Dubois, Gibson Co. report new positive cases

  EPD: Man arrested following shooting at South Side apartment complex

According to the Evansville Police Department, officers responded to Woodland Park Apartments on Lodge Avenue after hearing reports of a person with a gun on Saturday afternoon.
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GRAPHIC: US heads into a new week shaken by violence and pandemic

The Minneapolis officer who pressed his knee onto George Floyd's neck has been charged with murder, but protesters are demanding the other three officers at the scene be prosecuted. All four were fired.

  Officials: Semi-truck rollover crash sends driver to hospital in Henderson Co.

  Dispatch: 1 person hospitalized for gunshot wound in Warrick Co.

West Side Nut Club completes repairs at Harwood Baseball Complex

KY Gov. Beshear confirms 247 new COVID-19 cases, 13 additional deaths

KY Gov. Beshear activates National Guard to provide protection to Louisville

New positive cases in our area; IN has 13 new deaths

KSP investigating fatal collision after truck strikes children

  KY residents allowed to renew driver’s licenses remotely

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  GRAPHIC: Unrest overshadows peaceful US protests for another night

Years of festering frustrations over the mistreatment of African Americans at the hands of police boiled over in expressions of rage met with tear gas and rubber bullets.


West Side Nut Club completes repairs at Harwood Baseball Complex

  Senior Send-Off: Addison Brown

  Senior Send-Off: Brenson Brown

  Senior Send-Off: Jordan Parker

The North senior plans to attend Hanover College to play baseball and major in biomechanical engineering.


  IL Gov. Pritzker announces decision to lift stay-at-home order

  IN Gov. Holcomb announces additional help for small businesses

  Singer Sara Evans holds livestream concert benefiting Evansville theatre

  OHMCH receives over $1M to provide black lung screenings for KY miners

  Fort Branch businesses announce temporary closure due to COVID-19 exposure

Five businesses in Gibson County will be closed this weekend due to possible exposure to COVID-19.
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  Massive protests worldwide raise fears of new coronavirus outbreaks

Health experts fear that silent carriers of the virus who have no symptoms could unwittingly infect others at packed gatherings with people cheering and jeering, many without masks.

  OCTC announces reopening plans for upcoming summer, fall semesters

  Land purchased for Henderson solar facility

  Daviess Co. Public Library to gift 5 seniors with college survival baskets

  Evansville church hosting community food share event