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About: evansville, indiana

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
Joe Taylor accepts job in Indiana

After nearly 30 years as head of the Quad Cities Convention and Visitors Burea, Joe Taylor is leaving for a new opportunity. The organization announced Wednesday, April 18, the president and CEO accepted the executive director position for the Convention and Visitors Bureau in Evansville, Ind.

Preparation begins for United Leasing & Finance Championship

The event has become a showcase of the PGA Web.com Tour. Play begins next Thursday, April 26th.

Dad pleads guilty to lesser charge in sona s death

An Evansville man has accepted a plea deal after being charged with dropping his infant son, who died a few days later. Brandon Hutchinson pleaded guilty Tuesday to child neglect resulting in serious bodily injury, a level three felony.

Aces Baseball Heads South to Vanderbilt, Tuesday

The University of Evansville baseball team heads down to Nashville Tuesday night for their annual match-up with Vanderbilt. The Commodores hold the all-time series edge, 33-16.

Potholes on Pike Co. road worrying drivers, law enforcement

Crews continue to make repairs to potholes across the Tri-State, but residents and law enforcement along a busy road in pike county are expressing concerns tonight over road conditions and their safety after a series of potholes open up along State Road 57. The stretch is still used by a lot of cars, trucks, and tractor trailers. But some who drive this road on a regular basis say the potholes, and the current conditions, make for a dangerous drive.

Man Wanted in Florida Arrested in EvansvilleMonday, April...

Evansville police conduct a sexual assault investigation at a Walnut Street hotel Sunday night. One man gave a false name, but police were able to identify him as 28 year old Dahmad Heath, who is wanted in Florida.

One Store Sold, One Store Closed

There appears to be a game of musical grocery stores going on. Houchins Industries, which owns several grocery outlets in Evansville, abruptly closed the Priceless store on Vann Avenue over the weekend.

Tropicana announces sale agreement

In a press release, the company said it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell Tropicana's real estate to Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc. and to merge its gaming and hotel operations into Eldorado Resorts, Inc. for approximately $1.85 billion. "I am incredibly proud of what the entire Tropicana team has been able to accomplish over the past 8 years, taking Tropicana from bankruptcy to one of the industry's true success stories.

Evansville woman charged in hit and run accidentMonday, April...

They say she falsely accused another woman, but eventually confessed to being the driver. Police say the victim, 43-year-old Mark Slaughter, was struck on Ohio Street near Pigeon Creek.

1930s southern Indiana theater reopens following renovation

A 1930s southern Indiana theater has reopened for business following a more than 3-year renovation that returned its luster. The Astra Theatre reopened Wednesday night before about 200 people who watched a relighting of its colorful sign and marquee in the city of Jasper.

Indiana Democrats seeking end to their legislative futility

Indiana Democrats say a jump in new candidates on the May 8 primary ballot is a sign that they could cut into large Republican majorities in the state House and Senate that have left them largely powerless over the past six years. Republican voters, meanwhile, will decide numerous contested races, with candidates including the wife and son of former GOP congressmen among those seeking legislative nominations.

Killing, dismemberment suspect granted change of venue

A judge has granted a change of venue to an Evansville man charged with murder in two cases, including one in which an Evansville woman was dismembered. The Evansville Courier & Press reports Vanderburgh Circuit Court Judge David Kiely on Wednesday approved the venue change for 38-year-old Earl Martin.

Thunderbolts get first-ever pro-hockey playoff win at home

Playoff hockey is back in Evansville for the first time in six years as the Thunderbolts hosted the Macon Mayhem in game one of a best-of-three series.

Evansville Police Officers to stand watch at METS Transfer Station in Downtown Evansville (WFIE).

Evansville's bus station is about to get another security upgrade in the form of police presence. METS got approval from the Board of Public Works to move forward with the safety measure.

3,000+ skilled trade jobs need filled in Southern Indiana

New reports show more than 3,000 jobs are ready for the taking right now here in Southern Indiana and there's a push towards more skilled trade and technical jobs. Vanderburgh County Commissioner, Bruce Ungethiem said, "What we've found out is a lot of those jobs are not requiring four-year college degree."

John Dorraugh joins 18 other graduates of Vanderburgh County Treatment Court (WFIE).

"I never thought I'd be clean and sober. I never thought I'd be living as good a life as I am now," says John Dorraugh.

Basketball great Rex Chapman brought to Evansville discussing drug addiction

Former UK basketball star and Owensboro Native Rex Chapman was at USI Tuesday night talking about his road to recovery. "I feel fortunate, though, to be here and talk about it because really I probably shouldn't be here," Rex Chapman said.

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