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Owensboro man arrested after 9 month investigation

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WTVW - 2018-08-19 02:20:31

Owensboro's Ramada getting a new name

Looks like the Ramada Worldwide by Wyndham, 3136 W. Second St., is getting a new name.


Starlight Drive-In opened 70 years ago today - The Owensboro Times

The Starlight Drive-In opened 70 years ago today, on August 19, 1948. Starlight was built in 1947 by Andy Anderson, formerly of Warner Bros. It was later leased to Malco cinemas.

OWENSBOROTIMES.COM - 2018-08-20 01:18:48

HTF: Daviess County vs Owensboro Catholic

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Will God bless same-sex relationships? Yes

A month ago, we examined the few biblical passages that are commonly used against gay, lesbian and bisexual people. We briefly touched on those "clobber passages" and discovered how most are taken out of context, are read using only a King James lens (which is highly problematic), and are misinterpr


One step at a time

"I've learned how to stay positive through adversity, for sure," said Greenwell, who was selected by the Washington Mystics in the WNBA Draft on April 12, the very day she underwent her latest knee surgery. "I've been through so much that now I don't get fazed by any negativity. I've learned that if


Lanerie Wins Both Ellis Park Debutante & Ellis Park Juvenile on Sunday - The Pressbox

HENDERSON, Ky. (Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018) — Corey Lanerie swept Ellis Park’s pair of 2-year-old stakes but in completely different fashion Sunday: Serengeti Empress led all the way to an electrifying 13 1/2-length blowout over the late-running Include Edition in the $75,000 Ellis Park Debutante. A race

THEPRESSBOXLTS.COM - 2018-08-20 02:33:19

Emergency situation: Communities, state fight EMT shortage

Emergency calls and the need for emergency medical providers is growing, especially in rural communities, at the same time counties across Kentucky are reporting shortages in certified EMS providers.


Bourbon trend brings new interest to Owensboro - The Owensboro Times

Count the number of people in Kentucky, and you’ll get 4,454,189. Now count the number of bourbon barrels in the state, and you’ll get a tally of 6,657,063.Yes, we have more bourbon barrels than people in Kentucky.That should tell you all you need to know about the popularity of the dark spirit, whi

OWENSBOROTIMES.COM - 2018-08-18 09:00:20

Family Rescued From Sinking Boat On The Ohio River - 44News | Evansville, IN

Around 12:30 p.m. Saturday, HFD responded to the 2nd street boat ramp in Henderson, KY after reports of a sinking vessel.

WEVV.COM - 2018-08-18 21:57:36

Couple charged in interstate vehicle chase

A two-state vehicle chase that ended in Hopkins County this week has led to the arrest of an Evansville man on multiple felonies, including the attempted murder of a police officer.Around 6 p.m. Thursday, Mark A. Poenitski, 21, allegedly fled from Evansville police when officers attempted a traffic


Daviess County hog farm accused of illegally dumping wastewater into public waterways - 44News | Evansville, IN

The Kentucky Energy Environment Cabinet is investigating an industrial hog farm, just west of Curdsville, Kentucky in Daviess County. Inspectors issued a violation notice to The Hardy Sow Farm, after they say they found evidence of waste water, with high levels of E.coli, being released from the far


Owensboro wins big over Madisonville-North Hopkins

OWENSBORO -- Owensboro High School had a new starting quarterback debut and it was a big night for Will Warren, who threw for five touchdowns in a 41-13 win over Madisonville-North Hopkins on Friday night.Warren hit 18-of-31 passes for 254 yards with an interception in his first game for the Red Dev


Inman flying high in Washington/Former Owensboroan named transportation department deputy chief of staff

In July, J. Todd Inman, an Owensboro insurance executive and community leader from 2000 to 2017, was named deputy chief of staff for operations in the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Chase through Henderson puts Evansville man in jail for trying to kill officer

According to a news release, on Thursday at about 7:15 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Post 2 in Madisonville received a call from Henderson County Sheriff’s Office notifying them that they were in pursuit of a blue Town and Country van south bound on I-69/Pennyrile Parkway coming into the Post 2 di


Medley speaks on reports of abuse: 'Our mission isn't finished'

The Vatican released a statement Thursday, 48 hours after the Pennsylvania report became public, condemning sexual abuse of minors and acknowledging the work in the report. The report detailed internal documents from the Catholic Church which listed 300 "predator priests" that were credibly accused


Last public hanging in America happened in Owensboro 82 years ago

It was on this day, back in 1936, that the nation's last public hanging took place -- in Owensboro.


Evansville Police: Baby's skull fractures led to parents' arrest

Malon Gott, 27, and Sabrina Ragler, 26, were charged with two counts each of child neglect resulting in serious bodily injury this week in Vanderburgh Circuit Court.


Fletcher speaks on potential nation-wide recovery program

Photo by Alan Warren, Messenger-Inquirer/awarren@messenger-inquirer.com Former Gov. Ernie Fletcher speaks before a meeting of facility directors from most of the Recovery Kentucky units statewide on Friday at Owensboro Regional Recovery about his efforts to bring a similar program to the national le


Man charged with assault for attack in woman's home

Christen Shane Stewart, 30, of the 700 block of Walnut Park Drive, was charged with second-degree assault (domestic violence), first-degree wanton endangerment, theft by unlawful taking and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon in the incident, which occurred at the victim's home in the 400 b