Segann March, C&P Top News

Segann March

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Recent:
  • C&P Top News
  • The Courier-Journal
Past:
  • Indianapolis Star
  • The Shreveport Times
  • The Town Talk
  • The News-Star

Recent articles by Segann:

Drug task force venting Evansville home for hazardous chemicals

Emergency crews are on scene near the corner of Read and West Michigan Street for a narcotics investigation. → Read More

NWS Paducah on Heat Advisory: 'This is very hot, dangerous heat'

Car temperatures can reach lethal temperatures in a matter of minutes. → Read More

Scales Lake in Boonville temporarily closed due to high E.Coli levels

If you had plans to visit Scales Lake in Boonville soon, you may want to change your plans. → Read More

No one came to Dalton Adams' first birthday party, so Burdette staff threw him a second

"No one should have an 18th birthday and no one shows up," said Burdette Park Housekeeper Mallory Singer. → Read More

A Girl Scout died after a tree falls on her in Southwest Indiana. 3 others were injured

An 11-year-old Girl Scout died after a tree fell on her at Camp Koch Monday morning. → Read More

Area Girl Scout dies after a tree falls on her and others at Camp Koch

A Girl Scout died after a tree fell on her at Camp Koch Monday morning. → Read More

1 killed, 1 hospitalized in Henderson crash

According to Henderson Dispatch, the wreck occurred in the 9000 block of Highway 1078 N in Henderson. → Read More

Evansville CEO's actions go viral, spark conversation about work-life balance

CEO Greg Wathen walked baby Faye around the office for 45 minutes before she fell asleep. → Read More

EVSC teachers spend hundreds on classroom supplies; things are about to change.

Come August, EVSC teachers will no longer have to expense $400-$500 of their own money to supply their classrooms. → Read More

Tri-State Alliance asks EVSC to not appeal transgender lawsuit ruling

Tri-State Alliance volunteers and supporters spoke out during Monday's EVSC School Board meeting about the transgender lawsuit. → Read More

Will Evansville get a STEM charter school in a few years? It's possible.

Edie Hardcastle said the school is targeting the Jacobsville neighborhood. → Read More

Concerns over EVSC's executive sessions discussions comes to light

Her turn to speak during public comment never came. → Read More

Evansville police investigating Monday night shooting, third over Memorial Day weekend

An Evansville man was shot after a reported fight during a Memorial Day barbecue Monday night. → Read More

Evansville Police investigating report of Sunday night shooting

Police are investigating a reported shooting in the 600 block of Cross Street Sunday night. → Read More

Indiana's kindergarten age will change in 2019. Here's what that means for your child.

Indiana is changing its kindergarten eligibility rules. Here's what that means for your child. → Read More

ILEARN testing started Monday for EVSC; Here are 5 things to know about it

Scores are expected to return in August. → Read More

Lodge Elementary students get iLearn test prep in the form of high-fives and cheers

Lodge Elementary students were in for a surprise Monday morning. → Read More

Evansville-area 2019 Outstanding Educator winners announced

Four local educators were surprised Wednesday when they were named 2019 Outstanding Educator. → Read More

5 key takeaways from Mayor Lloyd Winnecke's 8th State of the City address

"Our city is changing," Mayor Lloyd Winnecke exclaimed. → Read More

Mater Dei High School President Timothy Dickel resigns

Dr. Timothy Dickel has decided to step down as Mater Dei President to pursue consulting and teaching opportunities. → Read More