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Indiana DNR Brings Back Venison Donation Program

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is making its venison donation program available again this fall, with hopes of connecting hunters who wish to donate meat and regular people eager to eat it.

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How David Letterman, Alan Jackson and Mark McGuinn Helped Me Return to Normal on Air After the 9/11 Attacks

Today is the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York City back in 2001, perhaps the darkest day in our history. Leslie and I were reflecting this morning on where we were when the attacks happened and what we were doing. I was on the air on WKDQ when I heard a sound bite on the ABC newscast I was recording about a small plane hitting one of the World Trade Center towers. I was just coming out of a break, made the announcement about what I had heard and said we would have an update after the song, not having any clue of what had just occurred.

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Lunch To Be Offered To Emergency Workers In Rememberence of 9-11 Attacks

To say thanks to some of our local heroes, the stations of Townsquare Media along with Henderson Chevrolet Buick GMC will be delivering Pizza Hut Pizzas to many Emergency workers all over the Tri-State on Wednesday, September 11th.

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Indiana State Fair Pays Kevin Costner $80,000 for Concert – Find Out What They Paid Others

If you have ever found yourself curious as to the kind of money national recording artists earn when doing concerts in this area, the following should give you a pretty good idea.

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Research Grants Available for Indiana High School Students

Indiana high school students interested in developing their own brand of mad science may now be able to have their research funded by the state.

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Local Teen Is Hosting Sweet 16 Party For St. Jude – And You’re Invited

Every young girl wants to have a memorable party for their 16th birthday, but not every girl is thinking unselfishly like Macie McNail.  For her sweet 16 party, coming up on September 14th, she isn't looking for big presents like a new car.  She just wants to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

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Vote on Downtown Evansville Convention Hotel Put on Hold

The downtown convention hotel project has hit another roadblock and has been put on hold once again.

Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and the Evansville City Council have agreed to allow time for Crowe Horwath, LLP to answer questions from council.

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High School Football Game of the Week Preview – Reitz vs. Castle

Two of the SIAC's consistent powerhouses meet in Paradise to begin their 2013 conference schedule.

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Indiana Granted a Federal Health-Law Waiver

According to Indiana Governor Mike Pence, the state has been granted a health-law waiver, which will temporarily allow it to oversee its own health insurance program. Indiana is the first state this year to be granted this exemption in regards to President Obama’s health-care law.

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Evansville Otters Prepare for the Final Three Games of the Season at Bosse Field

The Evansville Otters will close out the regular season with a three game homestand against the River City Rascals tonight at historic Bosse Field. Today's action will start at 5:35 pm with a continuation of a previously rained-out game with the Rascals, which will start in the 8th inning.The Otters will play tonight's regularly scheduled game with the Rascals immediately following and tonight is $1 popcorn.

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Dry Spell Threatening Indiana Corn and Soybean Crops

Even though the Indiana weather has been extremely mild this summer, experts say that recent hot and dry conditions still threaten to do a number on the state’s corn and soybean production.

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New Report Finds More Indiana Students Using Free, Reduced Lunch Program

Indiana officials say that not only is the free or reduced lunch program on a serious upswing across the state, but 41 percent of all public school students receive it – about 4 in 10.

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