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  • Daily News featured FDA Admits 70% Chicken Meat Sold In The USA Contains Cancer-Causing Arsenic

    FDA Admits 70% Chicken Meat Sold In The USA Contains Cancer-Causing Arsenic

    More than 70 percent of all US chickens raised for meat are fed 3-Nitro® (Roxarsone), the arsenic-containing drug that’s added to feed to fatten chickens and give meat from chickens, turkeys and hogs a bright pink tone. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) scientists found that chickens treated with 3-Nitro® had high levels of inorganic arsenic in their liver. The FDA then asked the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to stop manufacturing Roxarsone. According to the Wall Street Journal, “The agency said […]

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  • Evansville News featured Firefighter Suspended after Arrest during Inland Marina Fire

    Firefighter Suspended after Arrest during Inland Marina Fire

    An Evansville firefighter is suspended after getting arrested Saturday at the scene of the fire at Inland Marina. He was off-duty at the time. Fire Chief Mike Connelly tells Eyewitness News Lt. Edward Parker is suspended for three days without pay for violating department policy. Parker is married to the marina’s owner, Katherine Parker-Riecken. He faces charges of resisting law enforcement, public intoxication and interfering with firefighters. Police say Parker was belligerent and tried to interfere with the firefighters on […]

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  • Evansville News featured Fire At Inland Marina Causes Extensive Damage,

    Fire At Inland Marina Causes Extensive Damage,

    Tensions run high at an overnight fire at Inland Marina. An off duty fire fighter and the daughter of an Evansville mayoral candidate are handcuffed and taken to jail. Evansville Police say Katie Riecken-Parker and her husband Edward Parker ignored fire fighters commands to stay away from the fire. Edward Parker reportedly put up a fight when he was getting arrested – kicking an officer in the face. EPD says an officer had to use a stun gun to get […]

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  • Evansville News featured Grocery Store Moving Into Evansville’s East Side Following City Council Approval to Rezone Land

    Grocery Store Moving Into Evansville’s East Side Following City Council Approval to Rezone Land

    Despite heavy opposition from city council members, neighbors, and even the area planning commission, another grocery store is set to move into the Tri-State. The council discussed it for well over and hour in Monday’s meeting, and neighbors pleaded with them to vote no. But in the end, the answer is “yes.” The new grocery and gas station will take over at the site of Church of the Cross near Fielding and the Lloyd Expressway. The land has been for […]

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  • Evansville Aces featured Evansville Museum opens new exhibit for 50th anniversary of the undefeated Aces season

    Evansville Museum opens new exhibit for 50th anniversary of the undefeated Aces season

    A new exhibit at the Evansville Museum highlights the University of Evansville Aces’ famous 1964-1965 undefeated basketball season. Back then, the Aces weren’t just an outstanding basketball team, but they were a big social activity here and that’s exactly what this new exhibit is featuring. Starting Sunday, the doors will open taking people back in time to the year where history was made. They’re calling it “Winning Them All”. The exhibit takes you through the year chronologically with news articles, […]

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  • featured Evansville Man’s Cartoon after Paris Attack Receiving National Attention

    Evansville Man’s Cartoon after Paris Attack Receiving National Attention

    After the shootings at Charlie Hebdo in Paris where four cartoonists were killed, James MacLeod, a local Evansville cartoonist, joined artists around the world in responding to the attacks through a cartoon. “It’s an attack on the freedom of expression itself,” said MacLeod. MacLeod tweeted out the cartoon showing a masked gunman under the word “powerful” and a cartoonist’s hand under the words “more powerful.” “In the end, they can’t kill all the creative people,” said MacLeod. “They can’t kill […]

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  • Evansville News featured Children From Amber Alert in Delaware Found in Southwestern Indiana

    Children From Amber Alert in Delaware Found in Southwestern Indiana

    Two children from a Delaware Amber Alert issued tonight are safe and in the care of the Indiana State Police. This evening, the Delaware State Police issued an Amber Alert for 4 year old Colette Hamilton and her brother, 4 month old Cortez Hamilton, Jr., of Smyrna, Delaware. Both children, along with their mother, 35 year old Keisha Hamilton, had not been seen since 10:00 P.M. Friday. At about 7:00 P.M. this evening, Delaware authorities informed the Indiana State Police […]

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  • featured EPD investigating shots fired on Weinbach Ave.

    EPD investigating shots fired on Weinbach Ave.

    Evansville police investigating a case of shots fired. They say one of the bullets hit an apartment around the 2000 block of Weinbach Avenue. Sgt. Lonnie Rahm says the police have a man in custody who may be the person who caused those shots fired. They say a gun was recovered in the woods nearby and Sgt. Rahm is trying to reach officials on seeing if they can get the man’s license revoked. Rahm says the charges are pending as […]

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