Bernie Sanders drops 2020 bid, leaving Biden as likely nominee

Sen. Bernie Sanders has ended his presidential campaign after disappointing primary results, leaving former Vice President Joe Biden as the likely Democratic nominee.
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  Virus deaths slow in some places, British PM’s condition worsens

The steep rise in coronavirus deaths in New York seems to be leveling off in a possible sign that social distancing is working in the most lethal hot spot in the U.S., the governor said Monday — a trend that appears to have taken hold more convincingly in hard-hit Italy and Spain.

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  Evansville soldier receives welcome home parade

  Tropicana employees temporarily furloughed

Gov. Holcomb, INDOT award over $126M through community crossings initiative

  Local healthcare worker talks about testing positive for COVID-19

  Muhlenberg Co. leaders announce curfew

Leaders in Muhlenberg County announced a 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew starting Tuesday night.
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  New York’s coronavirus toll tops 9/11, while Wuhan ends lockdown

In the U.S., some of the deadliest hot spots are Detroit, New Orleans and the New York metropolitan area, which includes parts of Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut.

  1st COVID-19 related death in Vanderburgh Co.

  IN Health Department releases new COVID-19 numbers; Mayor Winnecke featured in Gov. Holcomb’s news conference

  9 residents at Signature Healthcare of Newburgh tests positive for COVID-19

New cases in our part of KY; Muhlenberg Co. officials announce curfew

IL Gov. Pritzker announces over 1,200 new cases, 73 new deaths

  Workers at Memorial Hospital in Jasper test positive for COVID-19

  Arrest made after two county chase

  Tri-State troops return home after months in the Middle East

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  NYC virus deaths exceed 4,000, topping toll for 9/11 attacks

U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said that if Americans continue to practice social distancing for the rest of April, "we will be able to get back to some sense of normalcy."

SPORTS

  Senior Send-Off: Aidan Neel

  IHSAA cancels spring sports

The Indiana High School Athletic Association announces on Thursday afternoon that all spring sports have been canceled for the remainder of the school year.

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Investigation underway after body found in Ohio River in Perry Co.

  EVSC employees working to make face shields, masks

New local cases among Indiana’s updated COVID-19 numbers

  Evansville Qdoba receives anonymous donation

  Owensboro’s Friday After 5 concert series delays start

Those first two weeks are cancelled but event officials say they're hoping to put on the other 14 weeks of the series.
  • Coronavirus

  Trump upends virus oversight, removing key official

Glenn Fine, the acting Defense Department inspector general and a veteran watchdog, had been selected by peers last month for the oversight position.

  Owensboro Family YMCA open to provide childcare for essential workers

  Names released of 2 found dead in Madisonville home; Suspect arrested

  KY Gov. Beshear announces 14 new COVID-19 deaths

IL Gov. announces over 1,000 new confirmed cases, 33 additional deaths