Small plane, Owensboro pilot missing in western KY

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Kentucky authorities are searching for a small plane and its pilot after the aircraft failed to return to Owensboro Regional Airport as scheduled on Monday.

A news release from Kentucky State Police identifies the missing pilot as 70-year-old Robert Dalzall Jr. of Owensboro.

Dalzall was supposed to return from an airport in Grayson County.

Authorities say the single-engine plane left Falls of Rough Airport at about 11:20 a.m. Monday. His last cell phone ping was about ten minutes later.

Evansville Water Rate Hike Hearing

May 27, 2016
Samantha Horton

Wednesday evening, people had the opportunity to voice their opinions about Evansville's proposed water hike.

Officials warn of jury duty scam

May 27, 2016

Local authorities are warning of a telephone scam involving jury duty. 

The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office says it’s received several reports of phone calls from someone claiming to be a Deputy U.S. Marshall.

The caller claims that someone in the household missed jury duty and a bench warrant has been issued.

The caller tells the victim that the matter can be resolved if they pay a fine with money cards, typically purchased at convenient stores.

A news release from the sheriff’s office says one victim lost $2,000 on Thursday.

Indiana State Police

   A Washington, Indiana man faces ten criminal charges after an investigation into illegal drug activity by Indiana State Police.

A release from ISP says numerous types of narcotics and firearms were recovered following the arrest of 38-year-old Steven Lyford of Washington.  Lyford faces charges of dealing methamphetamine, possession of heroin and possessing a stolen firearm. He was taken to the Daviess  County Detention Center.

Toyota to mark 20th anniversary

May 23, 2016

Toyota Indiana will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Wednesday.  In a release Monday, the company says their Princeton operation has produced 4.3 million vehicles since it opened in 1996, including Tundras, Siennas, Sequoias and Highlanders.

I noting the milestone, TMMI president Norm Bafunno says, “That’s a lot of vehicles, but the real story is the people making them.”

Toyota says Princeton employees have so far donated 265,000 volunteer hours on community projects, and the company has donated $23 million to area organizations.

Wrinkles arrested in shooting incident

May 23, 2016

Seth Matthew Wrinkles has been arrested for an incident last Friday where shots were fired into an apartment in Evansville. 

Evansville police say Wrinkles was arrested just before noon central time after a foot chase on Washington Avenue. They had received a tip that he was in the area.

Wrinkles had bullets in his pocket when he was arrested, but police are still trying to find the gun allegedly used in the Friday shooting.

Wrinkles is the son of convicted triple murderer Eric Matthew Wrinkles.

U.S. 41 construction planned for 2017

May 18, 2016

    

This time next year, a two year construction project on U.S. 41 will be underway. The $25 million project will repair roads and bridges between Evansville and Henderson, the Indiana Department of Transportation said in a press release.

WNIN's Daniel Moore interviews Musician Mazz Swift about premiering her new composition at New Harmony's Memorial to Theologian Paul Tillich. 

Pence campaigns in Evansville

May 13, 2016
John Gibson

Governor Mike Pence brought his campaign bus to Evansville Friday.

Pence and a group of supporters on the bus visited Evansville to celebrate the opening of his campaign office on John Street.

He addressed about 50 local supporters in the parking lot, saying the primary is over and the race is underway.

Pence promised to tell Hoosiers all about the record of his opponent, former Indiana House Speaker John Gregg.

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