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Dr. Ray Nicholson dead at 87

A funeral is planned Tuesday for an Evansville man known affectionately as “Dr. Nick.” Dr. Ray Nicholson was the longest active member of the medical staff at the...

Police release sketch of suspected killer

Authorities have released a sketch of the man suspected of killing two girls in northern Indiana. Agencies including the FBI are asking the public to help identify...

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House And Senate Reach Deal On Sanctions For Russia, Iran And North Korea

Congress will consider imposing new sanctions on Russia and Iran as well as North Korea, after Republicans and...

House And Senate Reach Deal On Sanctions For Russia, Iran And North Korea

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U.S. Soldier In Hawaii Is Indicted On Charges Of Supporting ISIS

U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Erik Kang is facing four charges of attempting to provide material support to ISIS...

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Early childhood education, beyond the classroom

We’re taking a closer look at early childhood education and development and how it translates into continued success in a child’s life – and in how this affects the economy.  

 

An emotional City Council meeting Monday was followed by a day of phone calls to Evansville City Council President Connie Robinson on Tuesday. 

WNIN’s Cass Herrington talked with Robinson about the meeting and the Evansville Police Department. 

Listen to the interview here.

 

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