Mark Wilson, C&P Top News

Mark Wilson

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Mark:

Evansville seniors coping with staying at home, reduced services during coronavirus crisis

Seniors are at risk for more than becoming ill during the current coronavirus outbreak sweeping the nation. → Read More

Coronavirus: Evansville-area nonprofits need new volunteers as at-risk seniors stay home

Nonprofit organizations are struggling for help as coronavirus keeps many volunteers at home. → Read More

Electric and gas shutoffs suspended for Vectren customers during coronavirus crisis

CenterPoint announced Monday it is suspending service shutoffs during the coronavirus emergency. → Read More

Coronavirus: Here are Evansville attractions we know are closing for now

Here are some places we know will be closed in the weeks ahead because of coronavirus. → Read More

Stay at home, pray at home: Coronavirus is changing how many Evansville churches worship

The way area churches are adapting to coronavirus varies but worship as usual is changing for most congregations. → Read More

Jury reaches verdict in fatal child neglect trial in Warrick County

A Warrick County jury has found Thaddious Rice guilty of neglect and reckless homicide in death of 10-month-old. → Read More

Vectren may seek approval to stop crediting new solar power users at retail rates

A change Vectren is considering might affect Evansville area residents thinking about installing solar power. → Read More

Girl Scout cookie delivery begins in Evansville, Southwest Indiana

Delivery of Girl Scout Cookies in Southwest Indiana began Monday. → Read More

Police: Child who died Thursday had severe injuries, burns on face, chest, hands and feet

Evansville police arrested the mother and issued an arrest warrant for the father in the death of an infant Thursday. → Read More

Here are some people we lost in 2019 who made the Evansville area a better place to be

Here are some of those who died in 2019 who made the Evansville area a better place. → Read More

Medical imaging technology saves patients' lives. It's putting doctors at risk for cancer.

Lawsuits against an Evansville, Indiana, hospital show the need for new radiation standards to protect the health care providers who use them. → Read More

Fire reported at West Side home in Evansville

The Evansville Fire Department is on the scene of a large house fire on the West Side. → Read More

Police: Evansville man disappeared after child porn found in his office

A warrant has been issued to arrest a missing Evansville man on multiple child exploitation charges. → Read More

Evansville area drug overdose deaths increasing after a dramatic drop in 2018

There have been at least 31 drug overdose deaths in Vanderburgh County so far in 2019, an increase over last year. → Read More

AT&T says it will talk with Nexstar about bringing WEHT, other stations back to DIRECTV

Nexstar's negotiations with AT&T to bring WEHT and other stations back to DIRECTV will resume on Saturday. → Read More

DIRECTV drops WEHT in dispute with station's parent company

WEHT Channel 25 viewers woke up July 4 to find that DIRECTV had dropped the station's local programming. → Read More

Groups happy Vectren open to renewable energy, but question bid process

Some consumer and environmental advocates are skeptical of the way the Vectren is seeking bidders. → Read More

Civil lawsuit filed in 2017 Hercules Avenue home explosion

The victims in the 2017 explosion at an Evansville home have filed a lawsuit against Vectren in Circuit Court. → Read More

Farmers face tough choices as rain continues to hinder planting

Farmers are facing reduced insurance payments and lower yields because of rain-delayed planting. → Read More

Evansville teen pleads guilty to attempted murder in shooting of 15-year-old

Terry Adams Jr., 18, pled guilty to attempted murder in the November 2018 shooting of a 15-year-old. → Read More