Thomas B. Langhorne, C&P Top News

Thomas B. Langhorne

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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Recent articles by Thomas:

Deaconess confirms first Coronavirus case from Evansville/Henderson area

It's official: Coronavirus has come to the Tri-State. → Read More

Coronavirus: Deaconess will ask public to provide CDC-compliant face masks for staff

Citing shortages, Deaconess Health System will ask the public to sew face masks for staff fighting coronavirus. → Read More

Evansville businesses trying to live with coronavirus public gathering ban

The city's economic development drivers vow they won't be defeated by the state's coronavirus public gathering ban. → Read More

Tri-State couple fighting to survive cruise ship coronavirus horror

At the epicenter of a worldwide health crisis, Vincennes residents Jim and Linda Levell have survived it all -- so far. → Read More

Dog helping raise, nurse kittens melting hearts in Tri-State

Stop by Jessa McCauley's house and you're liable to find a happy jumble of dogs and cats, feeding bottles, puppies and kittens and little kids. → Read More

Zac Rascher files for Vanderburgh County Commission seat, challenging Ben Shoulders

County Commissioner Ben Shoulders picked up a re-election challenger on Friday, just before the noon deadline → Read More

One apparent injury in South side shooting, EPD says suspect is 'at large'

Scanner traffic indicated that at least one person may have been shot. → Read More

3 Evansville men killed in plane crash described as 'shepherds' who took care of others

Three Evansville-area men were killed in a plane crash Thursday afternoon south of St. Ignatius, Montana. → Read More

Vanderburgh sheds more than 28,000 names from voter roll after postcard mailings

Vanderburgh County shed more than 28,000 names from its voter roll from 2014 to 2018, after Indiana used postcard mailings for voter list maintenance. → Read More

New top Vanderburgh Democrat will have heavy lifting to do

The Vanderburgh County Democratic Party's new leader will face a host of financial and political challenges. → Read More

Census citizenship question roils some in Evansville — others not so much

EVSC isn't sweating a court battle that will decide whether the 2020 Census asks respondents if they are U.S. citizens. → Read More

Evansville girding for a high-stakes 2020 Census

Before a high-stakes 2020 Census gets rolling, Evansville is trying to set the table. → Read More

City candidate savaged for alleged billing practices

A legal dispute between City Council candidate Alex Schmitt and Kassy Lauer settled last week. → Read More

What's CEP, can it save us money, and 5 other things to know about the program EVSC is considering

The program has been available to the district for five years but EVSC has consistently said no. → Read More

The days Public Enemy Number One came to Evansville

John Dillinger didn't come here. Public Enemy Number One did visit, though. His name was Alvin Karpis. → Read More

The days Public Enemy Number One came to Evansville

John Dillinger didn't come here. Public Enemy Number One did visit, though. His name was Alvin Karpis. → Read More

Democrats stumping citywide for Evansville council seats

It's different, running for an at-large Evansville City Council seat. You're running citywide, for one thing. → Read More

McNamara bill to ax newspaper publication requirement is killed

A Senate committee has rejected Rep. Wendy McNamara's bill to eliminate the requirement for newspaper notice of sheriff's sales of foreclosed properties. → Read More

Local lawmaker's bill to eliminate public notices of sheriff's sales springs to life

Legislation that press advocates had hoped was being lulled to sleep instead roared back to life this week. → Read More

Local legislator's tough animal cruelty bill advances

Animal cruelty laws in Indiana just took a big step toward getting tougher. → Read More