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Infant Mortality Subject Of Traveling City Hall

Sep 27, 2018

Tackling the area’s high infant mortality rate is the goal of a traveling city hall this Saturday in Evansville. 

Vanderburgh County health officials will present their Pre-to-3 Program at Saturday’s city hall. It’s a preventative program for families with a baby under 90 days old or who are expecting.   

As part of the program, a health worker visits the families every week.

"And in that process," Program Coordinator Sophie French said, "they’re learning a lot about health pregnancy, parent-child bonding, how to play with their baby."

Two Main Street- Red Skelton

Sep 27, 2018

David talks with Ann Pratt, executive director of the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy about the legendary entertainer.

Lloyd restrictions to end in time for Fall Festival

Sep 26, 2018
John Gibson

Good news for people planning to drive to the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival.

INDOT’s Jason Tiller tells WNIN that the project that has restricted traffic on the Lloyd Expressway Bridge over Pigeon Creek is wrapping up…

"They are expecting that the Pigeon Creek Bridge will be finished by the time the Fall Festival begins."

Tillerman said the work had to be done in time for the festival…

"In fact, it was actually part of the contractural obligations for the contractor to have the bridge open by  that time."

Residents urged to register to vote

Sep 25, 2018
John Gibson

The League of Women Voters registered people for the November election at Central Library on Tuesday, National Voter Registration Day. 

The League’s Roberta Heiman says the group has been speaking to local high school seniors about becoming lifetime voters…

"And we invited them to make posters and videos of why it's important to vote."

The students’ posters are now on display in the Central Library lobby, and the winner will be posted on two billboards along Evansville roadways.

Heiman said Indiana has one of the lowest voter turnouts in the nation…

Evansville City Council

Updated at 11:44 a.m. CT.

Some Evansville city councilmembers are concerned about an Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) draft of suggestions to improve, but the council denied a resolution calling for public hearings about the highway’s future at its Monday night meeting.

Councilwoman Missy Mosby introduced the resolution because she’s concerned over what she sees as a lack of public input in INDOT’s long-term plans for the expressway.  

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