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Food mart donates to Bomb Squad after incident

Oct 16, 2017

The food mart that was the victim of a bomb hoax has made a donation to the Evansville Police Department. 

In a letter to the EPD, employees of the Himal Food Mart and Sunoco gas station on Kratzville Road thanked the department for its “prompt response and diligent work to investigate and neutralize the possible threat” at the station Oct. 9.

The letter also expressed “sincere regards” to the station’s customers and neighbors for their support.

¿QPM? 2: Loyalty por la patria y la familia.

Oct 16, 2017
Grisel Barajas

Because Pedro is a U.S. citizen, he was able to sign up for eight years of service and in return, his parents can stay in this country after living undocumented for almost twenty years.

In the first three months, President Trump was in office, an average of over 5,000 immigrants a month were arrested and nearly 200,000 families were approved for Parole in Place, according to Homeland Security. Before 2013, members of the U.S. armed forces with undocumented families could leave for training or to fight in other countries and return a una casa vacía, to a deported family.

Police: suspicious device was a hoax

Oct 9, 2017

Police are calling a suspicious device found at an Evansville gas station Monday a “hoax.” 

Just before 6 a.m. officers were dispatched to the Sunoco station on Kratzville Road near Allens lane.

A news release from the EPD says when officers arrived on scene, they found the device, locked down the area, and contacted the department’s Hazardous Device Unit.

Officers restricted traffic on Kratzville Road to keep drivers away from the gas station.

A Scar on the System- the 29 cases

Oct 8, 2017
Steve Burger

The year-long WNIN and Side Effects investigation uncovered a list of cases for which Bloomington psychologist Albert Fink is suspected of possibly falsifying mental evaluations. Local courts have closed the case against Fink. However, after we contacted them, officials with the state's highest court have reached out to the defendants in the suspected cases.

Steve Burger

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