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  Officials at Albion Fellows Bacon Center getting word out about ‘Domestic Violence Awareness Month’

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and folks at the Albion Fellows Bacon Center are getting the word out.

  Two local women remembered at vigil held for domestic violence victims

Two local women remembered at vigil held for domestic violence victims

  'Let’s Chalk About It’ event held in Evansville

People drew or wrote positive messages about mental health on the sidewalks near North High School.

  Officials at Albion Fellows Bacon Center getting word out about ‘Domestic Violence Awareness Month’

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and folks at the Albion Fellows Bacon Center are getting the word out.

  Two local women remembered at vigil held for domestic violence victims

Two local women remembered at vigil held for domestic violence victims

  'Let’s Chalk About It’ event held in Evansville

People drew or wrote positive messages about mental health on the sidewalks near North High School.

  ‘Let’s Chalk About It’ mental health to be held Saturday

‘Let’s Chalk About It’ mental health to be held Saturday

  Peace of Mind Special - Raising Resilience

Did you know you know that a simple gesture or kind word can change the life of a child? It’s a simple concept with a powerful outcome.

  USI hosts annual Mental Health Summit

After serving in the military for several years, Help for Heroes National Director of Outreach Kevin Zimmerman is no stranger to mental health treatment.

  Special Report: Digital Disorder

With more people playing, and sometimes doing it for hours on end, it’s becoming a real health concern.

  Children abused, families move

A federal agency has ignored a 2006 federal law requiring the creation of a national child abuse registry, leaving an untold number of children in harm’s way when their families move to new states.

  Failed and Forgotten

The deaths of hundreds of children because of abuse or neglect goes unnoticed every year by agencies that protect kids. Congress and a 45-year-old law are largely to blame.

  A trifecta of failures puts kids at risk

When children die because of abuse or neglect, child protection agencies are often blamed – they are underfunded and overworked. But there are many other culprits who failed children.

  14 News Special Report: Weather the Storm

It's natural to make or change plans based on the weather, but for some people, a stormy forecast is almost paralyzing.

Trump aims to reduce veteran suicides with executive order

It's called the “President's Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End a National Tragedy of Suicide” – or PREVENT.

  Resilient Evansville hosts event to discuss children, teenagers mental health

Resilient Evansville is hosting the nationally-recognized Pediatrician, Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg.

  Peace of Mind: More Youth First social workers in schools

Youth First Social Workers are meeting kids where they are most, at school.

  Dozens look to start ’19 off on healthy note

According to researchers at University College London, it takes about 66 days to completely break an old habit and even longer to make exercise your new habit.

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EPD: Death investigation underway after gunshot victim found in ally

  98th Fall Festival comes to an end

Winning ticket announced for the West Side Nut Club Half Pot

The Fall Festival half pot has reached $1 million.