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A Gibson County man is charged with arson after officials say he set an Oakland City home on fire earlier this month. Source: Headline News - WFIE
One Gibson County woman sees young drivers and bike riders ignoring railroad crossing arms at a Fort Branch intersection.  And she catches it on camera. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The Knox County Sheriff's Office says 57-year-old Steven M. Thais had been clearing brush on his property. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Nebraska abolished the death penalty on Wednesday over the governor's objections in a move pushed through the Legislature with unusual backing from conservatives who oppose capital punishment. Source: Headline News - WFIE
One of Henderson's summer pastimes is shut down for the season. The riverfront water fountain used by kids for a decade is in need of repairs. Source: Headline News - WFIE
State officials have placed a ban on moving poultry to events in hopes of preventing the spread of deadly bird flu. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Governor Mike Pence reappointed BJ Watts, a sixth grade teacher at Vogel Elementary School in Evansville and former Democratic member of the Evansville City Council. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Mt. Carmel Police are getting equipment they can use to help people with heart conditions. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A 33-year-old Posey County man is accused of using social media to get a naked picture of an underage girl. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Reese Perry will be a 7th grader at Washington Middle School. Source: Headline News - WFIE
It's part of the district's "I-grant" which goes towards advancing the curriculum within the schools. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Dr. Walter Lambert with the School Corporation say around 3,450 surveys were completed by parents and staff on whether or not to switch from a traditional school calendar to a balanced calendar. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A debate is happening in Central City on whether to allow limited alcohol sales on Sunday.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
The summer months are unofficially yard or garage sale season and Greenville Police want to remind you about the rules for putting up yard sale signs. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A group of Hanson, Kentucky residents are banding together to fight a recent zoning change that they say would have negative effects on their community. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A Vanderburgh County jury has just found Michael Wisdom guilty on a gang enhancement charge. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it is investigating what the Pentagon called an inadvertent shipment of live anthrax spores to at least one, and perhaps as many as nine, laboratories that... Source: Headline News - WFIE
It happened after 1 p.m. Wednesday at the crossing near Ebach and Texas Streets. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A few months ago, we introduced you to an Owensboro first grader, Ellie Rue, who was selling a book to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Police say a moped was heading east on 7th Street at Crittenden when the driver lost control. Source: Headline News - WFIE
One person was arrested after deputies say they found a meth lab on fire outside a home in Chandler. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Weather officials say a pair of tornadoes caused minor damage in northern Illinois. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The Office of Inspector General is investigating after a 21-month-old boy was found wandering in the street near a Louisville day care. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The party that wins the impending Supreme Court decision on President Barack Obama's health care law could be the political loser. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The Evansville Otters (8-3) saw their seven game winning streak come to an end against the Lake Erie Crushers (5-6) as Ty Nelson blasted a home run over the left field wall in left with two outs in the bottom of the tenth inning to give the Crushers the 5-4 walkoff win. Things started well for the Otters as Shayne Houck homered for the second game in a row when he muscled a ball out to left for a 1-0 Otters advantage. Chris Sweeney would put the Otters up by a pair with a solo home run to rig... Source: Headline News - WFIE
Water officials say due to the connection of the newly mandated “Ultra-Violet” purification system to the filtration plant, the city's water production capacity will be temporarily restricted from June 2 through June 5. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Congress is demanding answers about how identity thieves were able to steal the personal tax information of more than 100,000 taxpayers from an IRS website. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Police say a Muncie woman stabbed another woman in the eye with a fork in a dispute over the last rib at a barbecue. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Indiana officials have imposed a ban on moving poultry and other birds to events in hopes of preventing the spread of deadly bird flu. Source: Headline News - WFIE

Santorum's run for president three years ago began with little fanfare, but he ultimately became the most serious threat to Mitt Romney.

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According to the Henderson Police Department, last Thursday, around 1:30 in the morning, an officer noticed several people in the parking lot of the tennis courts at the high school. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Many of the new entries reflect global language trends that are increasingly digital. Others reflect trends in cuisine and fashion.


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The head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will release its forecast for the Atlantic hurricane season Wednesday. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The bicentennial party will all take place on the county court house lawn in Owensboro from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be picnic tables set up and live music.
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Happy Birthday! 05/27/15 Source: Headline News - WFIE

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