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Evansville, Indiana has been a filming site for several movies and television episodes. In the 1992 movie A League of Their Own, the game scenes were filmed at the Bosse Field in Evansville. Notable residents have included producer Matt Williams (The Cosby Show, Home Improvement, Roseanne), actor Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), actor Ron Glass (Barney Miller, Firefly), country musician Jace Everett (True Blood's theme "Bad Things"), and keyboard player Neal Doughty (REO Speedwagon).

Population: 121582
Local Newspapers: Evansville Courier and Press Boonville Standard Henderson Gleaner Messenger-Inquirer Union County Advocate
Local Sports Teams: Evansville Otters (FPB) Evansville IceMen (AAHL) Ohio River Bearcats (GMFL)
Local Colleges: University of Evansville University of Southern Indiana

Zip Codes associated with evansville, indiana: 47708 47710 47711 47712 47713 47714 47715 47720 47725
Towns/Cities near evansville, indiana : Boonville Newburgh Mt Vernon Princeton Eagle Crossing Wadesville Henderson KY

Evansville News
$50 million on-shore Evansville casino opens to gamblers

Gamblers streamed into a new $50 million on-shore casino in Evansville as it opened to replace the riverboat it had occupied since first opening in 1995. A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday marked the debut of the new Tropicana Evansville casino across the street from the old riverboat's dock along the Ohio River.

30th Annual PEF/EVSC Summer Musical AnnouncedThursday, October 19The...

The Public Education Foundation and the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation will present the long-running Broadway hit HELLO DOLLY with performances July 12 through 15 at the Aiken Theater in Evansville. The play dramatizes the comedic and romantic escapades of Dolly Levi, a turn-of-the-20th-century matchmaker and "woman who arranges things."

UE announces members of presidential search committee

Trustee Sally Rideout was appointed to lead the Presidential Search Committee by Chairman of the Board of Trustees Linda E. White. "I am honored to lead the recruitment efforts for the 24th president of the University of Evansville," said Rideout.

Brad Byrd In-Depth: Joe Miller, Paul Wheeler preview Honor Flight

On Saturday, October 21, more than 80 local veterans will take part in the seventh trip to Washington D.C. for Honor Flight of Southern Indiana. World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War veterans will be heading to our nation's capital to visit all of the war memorials.

Auxiliary bishop from Illinois to lead diocese in Indiana

Pope Francis has appointed an auxiliary bishop currently serving in Illinois as the next bishop for the Diocese of Evansville in southwestern Indiana. The installation of Bishop Joseph M. Siegel is planned Dec. 15. The Diocese of Joliet, Illinois' Bishop Daniel Conlon says in a statement that Siegel has shared his "many gifts and talents" as a priest and bishop in Illinois and he'll "be an effective and loving pastor in Evansville."

Oolitic family builds life-size R2-D2 droid

It's probably the most common question Scott, Denise, Sydney and Daphney Sproles hear when the Oolitic family are out and about with their 300-pound, 42-inch-tall, life-size R2-D2 droid. "To make a long story short, I was transitioning from one hobby to another when we were watching 'Star Wars,' and I looked at the girls and said, 'How cool would it be to have an R2-D2,'" Scott Sproles said.

An Unusual Rescue for VHSTuesday, October 17The Vanderburgh Humane...

The Vanderburgh Humane Society makes an unusual rescue of 11 dogs -- unusual because the dogs were in Puerto Rico, where they went through a hurricane. The dogs were flown to Indianapolis and then driven to Evansville where they underwent veterinary exams and shots.

EPD Arrests Man Holding Woman at Bus StationTuesday, October...

Evansville police respond to the METS Bus station Monday night and find a man holding a woman against her will. The woman said she barely knew 55-year-old Timothy Miles, having only talked to him once -- but this time he spoke to her then touched her improperly.

UE to eliminate women's tennis program

"This was an incredibly difficult decision because of the impact on the affected student-athletes, but it was one that was done with the best interests of our entire student-athlete body, the athletic department and the University of Evansville in mind," said Athletic Director Mark Spencer. "This is something that has been discussed internally for several years and this is the right time for all parties involved to move forward with this action."

A growing electric car industry is buying ElectriPlastic polymers

Materials developer Integral Technologies Inc.'s conductive ElectriPlast-brand polymers are finding their way into vehicles as the global auto industry embraces electric vehicles. "It is a big deal for a small company to have a material going into automotive around the world," CEO Doug Bathauer said.

IN Lt. Gov. tours Vanderburgh Co. Jail

The Evansville native's visit was to view the current conditions as conversations about overcrowding and mental health issues continue. According to Crouch, 1 in 5 Hoosiers suffers from mental illness or addiction.

EVSC to pay for college entrance exams for over 4,500 students

All eighth grade and high school students in Evansville will be able to take some college entrance exams for free. The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation announced Monday it will pay for more than 4,500 students to take either the PSAT or the SAT.

Records: Suspect in Evansville murder stabbed victim's mother in 2008

The man facing charges in the murder of an Evansville woman had only been out of prison for a few years, according to records. Dispatch: "Where she at now?" Worley: "She's on the kitchen floor."

Twenty-two year timeline of Evansville's floating casino

After 22 years of continuous operation, the floating casino formerly known as Casino Aztar officially closes on Monday morning at 5:59. On Friday, a new era begins with the grand opening of Tropicana Evansville's land-based casino facing Riverside Drive.

Evansville riverboat closes after 22 years

"There was a day and time where the boat was needed and required," said John Chaszar, General Manager. "Those days have gone.

Go Fund Me page set up to help family of murder victim

One man is in jail facing attempted murder charges after police say he shot at an Evansville woman and her family as they pulled into their driveway. We're told he was house-sitting for the family.

City Councilmember resigns from Vanderburgh Republican Party

Evansville City Councilmember Dan McGinn has resigned from the Vanderburgh County Republican party, that according to Vanderburgh County Republican Party Chairman, Wayne Parke. Twice in the last couple of weeks you have criticized my actions in a most public way.

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