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Henderson woman indicted for allegedly choking a child

HENDERSON -- A Henderson woman accused of choking a child with a belt has been indicted. Crystal Morphett, 31, 1600 block of Powell Street, was indicted by a Henderson County grand jury on Tuesday for first-degree criminal abuse. The charge stems from an investigation that occurred in November of 20

EVANSVILLE COURIER-PRESS - 2017-11-16 16:17:47

Henderson man pleads, gets 30 years in 2016 beating death

HENDERSON - A Henderson man accused in the gruesome death of another local in 2016 has pleaded guilty to murder. Eddie Carbon, 25, entered the plea Nov. 9 in Henderson Circuit Court in connection with the death of his acquaintance, 33-year-old Luis Sedillo. Carbon was sentenced to 30 years for the m

GLEANER - 2017-11-17 19:17:10

Two major Henderson streets will see disruptions for water work

Two major thoroughfares in the City of Henderson will have traffic restrictions next week for work by the Henderson Water Utility. Fifth Street will be closed between Adams and Pennell streets on Tuesday, Nov. 21, to allow for a water tap installation at the site of a new Habitat for Humanity of Hen

GLEANER - 2017-11-17 21:57:42

Traffic signal installed at dangerous Henderson intersection

There's a new traffic signal installed at a dangerous intersection in Henderson. Crews finished construction on the signal at the intersection of Airline Road and Sam Ball Way on the east edge of Henderson city limits. That signal will be in flashing mode for now and should be normal on Wednesday.

14NEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 20:42:29

Henderson man sentenced for 2016 beating death

A Henderson man has been sentenced in the beating death of a man in 2016. Eddie Carbon, 25, pleaded guilty in the death of 33-year-old Luis Sedillo. As part of the plea deal, Carbon was sentenced to 30 years, plus 10 years for robbery. Officers say Carbon and Sedillo were drinking together when the

14NEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 20:33:24

Henderson youth airplane event cancelled due to weather

Courtesy: MGN An event in Henderson planned for Saturday offering free airplane rides for kids has been cancelled according to The Gleaner. The event was going to be held at the Henderson City-County Airport by the Experiment Aircraft Association Chapter 21. Kids ages 8-17 would be provided free rid

WTVW - 2017-11-17 17:19:50

Henderson man indicted for alleged role in police-action shooting

HENDERSON - A local man shot during a standoff with city police has been indicted by a Henderson County grand jury on charges related to the incident. Troy Tapp, 45, was indicted Tuesday for the offenses of first-degree wanton endangerment, being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession/use


Boyett: With WWII in full swing, strict gas rationing hit Henderson

Four gallons of gas a week at a top speed of 35 mph. I don't know about you, but that would be tough to do, and our vehicles are all pretty fuel-efficient. Can you imagine that limitation 75 years ago when cars averaged about 15 mpg? So you can understand the pushback the government was getting abou


Pair face multiple felony charges after drug raid in Utica

A man and woman are both facing multiple felony charges after a drug raid on Rutger Street in Utica on Tuesday. Police said Anthony Alston, 54, of Utica, and Kaela C. Amador, 24, of Herkimer, were both taken into custody after a raid at the apartment building at 100 Rutger St. on Tuesday. Police sai

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-17 00:00:00

Utica man sentenced to prison time for role in local heroin trafficking organization

SYRACUSE - A Utica man was sentenced today in federal court in Syracuse for his role in a local heroin trafficking organization, according to the Department of Justice. Luis Estela, 53, was sentenced to serve four years and three months in prison. Back in June, Estela was convicted of conspiracy

WKTV - 2017-11-16 21:54:00

Utica Fire Academy celebrates 32nd graduating class

UTICA - "I am just thrilled to be a firefighter." Just like his family before him for many years, Timothy Sestito of Rome took his badge with pride and graduated Friday at Mohawk Valley Community College alongside 16 other area recruits as part of the 32nd class of the Utica Fire Academy. "14 weeks

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-17 18:19:45

17 firefighters graduate from Utica Fire Academy

Seventeen trainees of the Utica Fire Academy officially received their badges to become full-time firefighters this morning in Utica. The graduation ceremony was held at Mohawk Valley Community College. The newly sworn-in members were joined by members of their respective fire departments, as wel

WKTV - 2017-11-17 20:54:00

Utica Comets' Darren Archibald undergoes successful surgery for cheek fracture

UTICA - Utica Comets' forward Darren Archibald underwent successful surgery after he suffered facial fracture during a game against the Charlotte Checkers, according to Comets General Manager Ryan Johnson. Johnson says that on November 8, Archibald sustained a fracture to his cheek bone during th

WKTV - 2017-11-18 00:37:00

Officials unveil site plan for downtown Utica hospital

The Mohawk Valley Health System revealed the site plan and outline of its new regional health care campus in Utica Thursday. Though the exterior design is not done, the campus plan is for the 672,000-square-foot facility and 1,550-vehicle parking structure to sit on 25 acres in downtown a few blocks

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-18 00:00:00

YWCA Mohawk Valley headquarters relocating in Utica

YWCA Mohawk Valley (YWCA MV) headquarters will be closed on Friday, Nov. 17, and Monday, Nov. 20, during the relocation process from 1000 Cornelia St. to 7 Rutger Park, in Utica. The YWCA MV main number, 315-732-2159, and all extensions will remain unchanged. Main office hours (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) wil

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-17 00:00:00

Survey shows interest in shared arts space in Utica

UTICA - Results from a recent regional survey suggest Utica has a special arts community. But that community seems to want something it does not currently have, said Wendy Holmes, senior vice president of consulting and strategic partnerships with Minneapolis-based nonprofit Artspace. Holmes took to

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-16 22:46:08

Program gives students taste of fruits, veggies

COLUMBUS - Alyvia Johnson puckered her lips after taking a bite from a Granny Smith apple. The taste was a bit sour for her liking. She moved on to slices of a Gala apple. The sweet flavor of that fruit appeared to agree much more with the taste buds of the Emerson Elementary School second-grader. T

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-11-17 03:15:00

New wind farm to gather energy and sell it to Facebook

A new wind farm is being built in Dixon County with help from Facebook. Enel Green Power is the organization overseeing the project, they will be spending nearly $430 million to build the Rattlesnake Creek Wind Farm. That project that will look like this one from Little Elk, Oklahoma, will generate

SIOUXLANDNEWS.COM - 2017-11-16 17:08:42

Work has begun on new Dixon County, NE wind farm

A new source of revenue for people in northeast, Nebraska will double as a new source of power for Facebook. Enel Green Power North America announced construction has begun on the Rattlesnake Creek Wind Project north of Wakefield, Nebraska. The 320 megawatt wind farm will supply 100 percent of the e

KTIV - 2017-11-16 04:06:00

Nebraska to build wind farm to power Facebook center

WAKEFIELD, Neb. (AP) - Utility officials say a new wind farm being built in northeastern Nebraska to power a planned Facebook data center will distribute $80 million in property tax and landowners payments in its first 20 years. The Sioux City Journal reports that the Rattlesnake Creek Wind Project

YANKTON DAILY PRESS - 2017-11-16 17:06:00