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Evansville, IN, United States

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Past articles by Abbey:

5 things you missed at Miranda Lambert's tour launch in Evansville

Miranda Lambert can certainly turn a broken heart into art. → Read More

Q&A with Miranda Lambert: Country star kicks off new tour in Evansville

Miranda Lambert knows how daunting, yet rewarding, honest storytelling can be. → Read More

Wedding and prom expo provides one-stop shop

Local brides-to-be will have their opportunity at a one-stop shop for just about anything and everything when it comes to wedding planning. → Read More

Evansville woman leads effort to pay off local school lunch debts

Kristina Arwood remembers what it was like to be a student who sometimes struggled to scrape up the money to pay for her school lunch. → Read More

'You can shine here': Evansville Boom Squad provides safe haven for Tri-State youth

A year ago, reality started to set in for 15-year-old Jamar Grisby when he became dangerously close to failing ninth grade. → Read More

REVIEW: Peppermint Pops sets the tone for an Indiana Christmas

Nobody sets the tone for the Christmas season quite like the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. → Read More

Adopt-a-Veteran angel tree program brings hope to those who have served

Ina Allen-Schindley has been an eyewitness to the impact the adopt-a-veteran program in Henderson has had on hundreds of local veterans. → Read More

'Cardio for Canines' proves to be popular with canines, community

Jennifer Lamp and her 7 year old son, Preston, of Newburgh, were one of the first people in line at the Vanderburgh Humane Society on a recent chilly Saturday morning, waiting for their chance to walk one of the agency's adoptable dogs. → Read More

NICKEL: Relating to the 'Lovable Losers'

As I tearfully listened to the Chicago Cubs end their 71-year absence from the World Series on Saturday night, I closed my eyes and remembered what it was like to be 9 years old again. → Read More

Terror on the Trail continues to scare for a cause

Maddie Holder likes to act, but she was admittedly nervous on Tuesday as she tried to choose between clown and zombie. → Read More

Miranda Lambert to kick off new headlining tour in Evansville

Country star Miranda Lambert is kicking off her "Highway Vagabond Tour" in Evansville in January, according to an announcement on Lambert's website. → Read More

Six women, one hospital room: Evansville women stay connected after 50 years

It all started with six strangers in a hospital room. → Read More

Man survives jump from Twin Bridges

A man who jumped off the northbound Twin Bridge on Wednesday survived the plunge and was rescued from the water within minutes, officials said. → Read More

Haynie's Corner Art Festival returns for 14th year with even more vendors

A record-breaking number of over 100 art vendors scheduled to be featured at the 14th annual Haynie's Corner Art Festival on Saturday. → Read More

Josh Turner to play Victory Theatre

After a 15-year career, country singer Josh Turner knows change in the music industry is par for the course. → Read More

Gonville & Caius College Choir returns to Evansville after nearly a decade

One of the United Kingdom's leading collegiate choirs will be making a stop at Evansville's First Presbyterian Church on Sunday. → Read More

Haynie's Corner tunes up for first-ever Front Porch Fest

Sixteen different front porches throughout the Haynie's Corner Arts District will come alive with music on Saturday. → Read More

Bluegrass festival winds down with more music, folk festival

The 31st Bluegrass in the Park festival wrapped up on Saturday with more live music and a folklife festival. → Read More

Bluegrass in the Park continues with live music, folk festival slated for Saturday

Bluegrass in the Park continued on Friday with more live music. More music is on tap for Saturday, along with the annual folk festival. → Read More

Dolly Parton’s first U.S. tour in 25 years to stop in Evansville

It’s hard to believe there is anything Dolly Parton hasn’t done, but believe it or not, the country music icon is still checking things off of her to-do list. → Read More