Kentucky is currently reporting that 20,677 people have tested positive since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Out of these cases, at least 5,475 state residents have fully recovered from the virus.
President Donald Trump is rolling back an influential environmental law from the Nixon era that he says delays infrastructure projects. The law is credited with ensuring that major projects get full scrutiny and that local communities have their say.
When the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic started, the Evansville Rescue Mission asked for mask donations, and the community responded by donating more than enough for a stockpile. However, as more people have come through, fewer masks are left to help keep city residents safe.
COVID-19 is something that hospitals have been preparing for the last several months. According to officials with the Deaconess Health System, the rise in local cases doesn’t mean they have seen an increase in demand for ICU beds.
Deaconess Sports Park, along with fields in Boonville and Newburgh, are buzzing about the USSSA Fast Pitch “Great Lakes Nationals,” which has brought more than 220 teams from 10 different states into town.
The Evansville Climate Action Plan hosted its last of seven public town hall meetings over Zoom on Wednesday morning. Members of the public had opportunities to provide input and learn about the project's plan.