Now that the July 4 th celebration is over on the riverfront, it's time to cleanup. About 50 volunteers began early Sunday morning. Cleaning up the barge where the fireworks went off last night. Debris and trash from the fireworks covered the barge. Crews say the cleanup process would take about 6 hours. "We'll pick up anything we can, any
Kentucky State Police arrest two convicted felons, accused of trying to ditch a gun at a checkpoint in Henderson. Darius Happoldt, 24, Curtis Momon, 20, were arrested Saturday night. Troopers say when the two men tried to avoid the checkpoint, but troopers stopped them. Troopers say they smelled marijuana, and they the men threw a stolen gun out of the
Phase one of the 8 million dollar Gibson County Fairgrounds project is now complete. The entire cost of phase one was a little less than a million dollars. The project has been in the works for more than a year, a fter the fair board noticed the fairgrounds needed some improvements. It's officially move-in day at the Gibson County Fairgrounds.
Phase one of the 8 million dollar Gibson County Fairgrounds project is now complete. The entire cost of phase one was a little less than a million dollars.
Rain put a damper on the fireworks in Newburgh. Now they're dealing with the backlash. Out of the 10,000 attendees, only a couple hundred people stayed through the two hour rain delay.
Fourth of July is just around the corner. That means people all around the country will be lighting off fireworks. The Consumer Product Safety Commission gives these tips to avoid burns, eye injuries, and other firework accidents. Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks. Avoid buying fireworks packaged in brown paper. It's often a sign they were
The stalemate continues between EVSC and Teamsters approaches the eleventh hour without a deal. Both sides have been deadlocked for months on union dues and grievance procedures. Tuesday is the final day to reach a new deal. The current contract will expire at midnight. The Teamsters Local 215 represents about 680 EVSC employees including bus drivers, secretaries, custodians, and special
A number of new Indiana state laws went into effect Wednesday including one that aims to keep some drivers out of the left lane, also known as the "fastlane" or the hammer lane. Since Wednesday, Indiana State Police have made several tweets about drivers being pulled over for violating this new law. Indiana State Police Sgt. Todd Ringle explains to
Almost 700 EVSC employees who are members of Teamsters Local 215 are working without a contract. That comes after both sides were unable to agree on a new contract before the midnight deadline. Tuesday night, Brad Byrd spoke with Teamsters Local 215 President Chuck Whobrey, who did not mince words about talks with EVSC. Wednesday night, he sits down with