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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
Man involved in deadly shooting accused of dealing drugs out of fraternity house

A man involved in a deadly shooting in Evansville is accused of dealing drugs out of his fraternity house in Bloomington. After getting a tip, IU campus police searched 20-year-old Levi Lewis' car and said they found 14 one-pound bags of pot, more than $3,000 in cash, prescription pills, and vape canisters.

Downtown Evansville parking garage looking to be sold

Evansville's oldest parking garage could soon see some much-needed repairs and renovations. The hope is to get the Locust Street parking garage back in good shape so it can serve the downtown Evansville community for years to come.

Lots of Water, but The Levee Authority can Handle ItWednesday,...

Seventeen miles of earthen levee prevent another flood like the disastrous 1937 innuncation. And with the City of Evansville likened to a bowl with the levee as the sides) rainwater collects in the city and must be pumped out.

Evansville teen arrested for threatening Snapchat post

The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office arrested a 13-year-old North Junior High School student saying she posted threatening messages on Snapchat. The daughter of the homeowner was found to be a North Junior High School student and identified as the same person who alerted school staff to the existence of the post to begin with.

Evansville medical campus to open in August

The University of Evansville's Physical Therapy lab at the Indiana University School of Medicine-Evansville will have an excellent view of Downtown Evansville. Construction continues as of Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018.

Juvenile Arrested in Threat Against Reitz High SchoolTuesday,...

Evansville police arrest a 17-year old Reitz student is reference to a threat written on a bathroom stall door on Valentine's Day. A school employee noted the message which referred to an act of violence against the school and told the resource officer.

Evansville medical school to open in August

The Evansville Courier & Press reports that construction on the facility in downtown Evansville is about 80 percent complete. The facility will host students from Indiana University, University of Southern Indiana and University of Evansville.

Woman shares story of homelessness at USI

An Evansville native shares her journey at the University of Southern Indiana on Monday night in hopes to keep conversation going about fighting homelessness. The goal of the symposium at USI is to raise awareness surrounding homelessness and the event has increased over the years with a special speaker.

Watch for deer on U.S. 41 in HendersonMonday, February 19Kentucky...

"When the river gets above about 40 feet on the Evansville gauge, it blocks the path of travel the deer normally take underneath the approaches to the Twin Bridges," explained Keith Todd of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. "They have to cross U.S. 41, right there at the north end of the strip," Todd added.

Evansville 'Roseanne House' to be used in new series revival on ABC

The revival will bring back stars Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, and Laurie Metcalf, playing the same characters they did when the series ran from 1988 to 1997. Although the show is set in fictional Langford, Illinois, the yellow house the Conners live in is actually located on South Runnymeade Avenue in Evansville.

Getting ready for Barn Blitz

The University of Evansville is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to host Barn Blitz, an event to build 30 barns in one day. Habitat for Humanity Evansville has been building so many homes that they needed help building the barns to go with them.

Berry Global, Inc. Announces Proprietary Spinlace Capacity Investment

Berry Global, Inc. today announced that it is investing in a state-of-the-art, proprietary Spinlace asset to provide an incremental 17,000 metric tons of annual capacity serving the North America markets. This investment, which will be a part of the Company's Health, Hygiene, and Specialties Division, is targeted to meet forecasted market and customer growth, and will be focused on premium applications in the healthcare, hygiene, household cleaning, food service, and industrial wipes markets.

EPD arrest Central HS student after threat made on Facebook

Evansville police arrested a student after they say he created a fake Facebook account to make a threat toward an Evansville high school. Officers were notified of a threatening comment made at 9:50 p.m. Thursday by 'Kaleb Jenson' on an EvansvilleWatch post from February 12. The comment was a screenshot of 'Jenson' stating, "since Florida lost some people it's time for somebody else to I'm Shooting up one of the Evansville High Schools tomorrow".

Child Abuse Review Board in Evansville is united front to keep kids safe

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, child abuse deaths doubled in Indiana in 2017, from 34 to 70. According to Evansville Police, reports of child abuse have gone up 50% from 2016 to 2017. While officials tell us they are not necessarily seeing that increase in Vanderburgh County, there is still a group dedicated to keeping kids safe.

Lawmakers host meeting on I-69 bridge in D.C.Friday, February 16As...

As the project team moves toward a "preferred alternative" for the I-69 Ohio River Crossing, discussion begins on federal funding opportunities in Washington, D.C. Congressmen Larry Bucshon and James Comer and Senator Todd Young met with community leaders from Henderson and Evansville on Thursday. Representatives from the Department of Transportation shared insight on a new infrastructure proposal, which could help advance critical projects like the I-69 bridge.

Evansville couple wins $1 million on scratch-off

An Evansville woman thought her husband was joking when he called and asked, "Would you retire if we were millionaires?" Donald Rebstock drove to where his wife, Lisa, works and showed her a $1 million lottery ticket. He won a top prize on a $10, 50X The Cash Scratch-Off from the Hoosier Lottery.

MCCALLISTER v. STATE

Attorney for Appellant: Jacob P. Wahl, Jasper, IN Attorneys for Appellee: Curtis T. Hill, Attorney General of Indiana, Angela N. Sanchez, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, Indianapolis, IN A Warrick County jury convicted Mathew McCallister of murder and conspiracy to commit murder, and he was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. In this direct appeal, McCallister challenges the sufficiency of the evidence supporting his convictions, various evidentiary rulings by the trial court, and the propriety of his sentence.

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