Local News

Community honored at Associated Press events

Apr 15, 2018
Steve Burger / WNIN-FM

From quick, clear reporting on a police-involved shooting, to quality health reporting,  ¿Qué Pasa Midwest? and our year long investigation into the impact of the crime of a trusted court expert, our community's support for high quality, local news was honored over the weekend.

In addition to national recognition with finalist placements in the national contests sponsored by the Scripps Howard Foundation and the Investigative Reporters and Editors group, WNIN was honored with statewide honors in Indiana and Kentucky for reporting in 2017.

Henderson residents discuss potential I-69 corridors

Aug 2, 2017
Chris Light / Wikimedia Commons

 Henderson residents voiced their concerns on the short list of I-69 bridge corridors at Tuesday evening’s open house.  The I-69 Ohio River Crossing (I-69 ORX) Project Team is looking at three bridge proposals, two of which could affect a number of Henderson businesses and residences.

Lynda Spooner lives in one of the homes potentially impacted by West Corridor 1. She instead favors the Central Corridor with the least disturbance to urban development.

Rewind: Healthcare lacks humanity

Aug 12, 2016
Paola Marizan / WNIN

A visit to the physician usually involves a long time in the waiting room and a quick check-up with the caregiver. Seldom do we talk about our feelings and relationships, but some think it’s all connected. Our bodies ache because our spirit, soul or mind is restless.

“There can be imbalances on one of those layers or all of those layers and I think in medicine today we’re just treating the physical body which is great for a time but I’m interested in healing from a deep level.” said Physician Kay Corpus.

University of Evansville student Hasaan Ladha will be on his first flight across the Atlantic in a few days. He’ll begin his sophomore year at Harlaxton College, UE's sister school in England.

 

A U.S. State Department travel alert is in place for Europe, and expires at the end of August, while reports of turmoil have dominated the news cycle. But Ladha said news reports about violence in abroad haven’t affected his decision to got to Europe.

 

Studio brings original ballet to Evansville

Aug 3, 2016
Abigail Gipson / WNIN

    

Amy Scharf founded Main Street Dance at the beginning of the summer with no funding, only the goal of putting on an original ballet. 

Scharf said she wanted  "An American Cinderella,"  to bring a new production with fresh choreography to Evansville. 

"This is something that people have never seen before," she said. "There's something very magical about taking this idea and watching it and devising it and creating it until it becomes this three-dimensional thing."

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