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Evansville, IN, United States

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Past articles by Gabi:

Aaron Luttrull, real estate agent, F.C. Tucker Emge

Aaron Luttrull helps the community in any way he can---once a year, that involves wearing a turkey costume. → Read More

Doug Berry, Senior Consultant, Diehl Consulting Group

Inspired by the women in his life, Doug Berry has a heart for youth. → Read More

Local D-Day veteran returns to Normandy

Donald Cobb, who served from 1943 until 1945 right after high school, said his main job in the Navy was serving as a radioman. → Read More

Local woman collects shoes for youth

After seeing a little boy’s shoes held together by only duct tape, Karen Maxey knew she needed to help. → Read More

Local Hilliard Lyons leader promoted

Hilliard Lyons Evansville complex leader Alan Newman will relocate to Louisville to join the Executive Team at Hilliard Lyons' headquarters. → Read More

Local woman holds annual shoe drive

For the past four years, Karen Maxey has collected shoes for youth after being inspired by one boy's need. → Read More

WWII vet returns to Normandy

Donald Cobb, 92, of Evansville traveled to France where he served in World War II. → Read More

82-year-old Evansville woman reported missing

The Indiana State Police is seeking information regarding the location of Shirley Hankins of Evansville. → Read More

Family dress handed down four generations

Tears welled up in sisters Jann Cissna's and Teresa Hatfield's eyes as they watched Summer Hatfield, 2, wear a dress they wore in 1951 and 1962. → Read More

PPMI Construction closes business

Evansville Water and Sewer Utility Director Allen Mounts said he received an e-mail from his deputy director of engineering notifying him of PPMI’s closing. → Read More

Timmy Thomas returns to Evansville for city recognition

Although Timmy Thomas produced a hit single and sung for Nelson Mandela, he said he's only truly made it if he's honored by his hometown. → Read More

Local musician, choir director remembered as 'always positive'

Mark Hatfield always saw the good in others, and now, others are remembering the good about him. → Read More

Bierstube Bootcamp prepares dancers for Volksfest

Because of Bierstube Bootcamp, Tacy Adams now knows how to waltz and polka enough to join in during Volksfest. → Read More

Warrick Musical to bring fantasy to life

While Tyler McDonough acts out scenes of grand imagination in "Big Fish," he connects to his character most in his affection for his loved ones. → Read More

Hundreds release butterflies to honor loved ones

Through sharing the story of her son Jacob, Cathy Melton wants to provide hope. → Read More

Warrick musical highlights family

The Warrick County Summer Musical "Big Fish" tells a larger-than-life story about a man and his family. → Read More

'Nashville' actor visits local theater camp

Aaron K. Smalls wants to strengthen the foundation for the next generation. → Read More

'Ruthless!' to poke fun at movie tropes, bring laughter

In “Ruthless!,” Kenney Green gets to parody old films while donning high-heeled shoes across the New Harmony Stage. → Read More

Dream Center celebrates ten years

When Jeremy Evans is able to help a child through a hard time, he said his job is worth it. → Read More

12 inner-city Evansville kids headed to MLB All-Star Week

Because of Mattingly Charities, Keilan Johnson, 12, is flying on an airplane for the first time. → Read More