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Evansville Police Make Arrest in Counterfitting Ring

An arrest has been made in the counterfeiting operation that has been passing bogus bills in Evansville recently.

Evansville Police arrested 34 year old Brian Acker on Forgery charges after officers served a search warrant at his home and found $740 in counterfeit $20 bills

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Missing Teen Reported in Muhlenberg County

UPDATE: 11:05 AM - Tragically, the Sheriff has confirmed to 14 WFIE, that a body was found in a nearby pond. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the boy.

An unidentified teen has been reported missing in Muhlenberg County. The 1

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Evansville Police Say Be On the Lookout for Counterfeit Money

Counterfeit bills are turning up here in the tri-state, and Evansville Police are asking retailers and the general public to keep a watchful eye out for funny money.

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LST on Display in Owensboro This Weekend – Returns to Evansville Monday

The LST has been away from it's Evansville home for a three week excursion to Charleston and Huntington, West Virginia. The ship is open through this weekend for tours in Owensboro before returning to it's home dock

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New Study Finds Indiana Girls Struggle More With Weight, Sex, Substance Abuse Than Peers Across the Nation

According to a new report, girls being raised in Indiana are susceptible to more trials and tribulations than their male counterparts and peers across the nation.

Researchers at St. Mary’s College recently put Hoosier girls under the microscope in hopes of getting a detailed look into their overall health and well-being. What the

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Downtown Hotel in Jeopardy

The decision to build a downtown convention hotel, using public funds to subsidize the project, will come down to a city council vote on Monday.

If that vote were to be taken today, it looks like it would not pass

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Hoosiers Still Earning Less Income Than the National Average

Hoosiers continue to earn less money than most of the country, as a new report shows that median household income across the state of Indiana is nearly 10-percent less than the national average.

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Pregnant Women in Indiana Could Be Forced Into Mandatory Drug Tests

Expectant mothers across the state of Indiana may be forced to pee on a stick more than just to verify a pregnancy. That’s because the Attorney General is now pushing for all women with a bun in the oven to submit to a mandatory drug screen.

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New Report Finds Indiana Youth Smoking Less Pot – Abusing Prescription Drugs

Marijuana use is on the decline among Indiana youth, as a new study finds that children in Grades 6-12 are continuing to partake in less of the drug than they did at its peak in 2008.

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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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