A controversial piece of Indiana legislation that would make it mandatory for welfare recipients to submit to random drug tests, as well as limit food stamps funds for only nutritional items is advancing to the state Senate, despite concerns over violation of human rights and overall cost.
A statement from Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke's office
The Evansville Water & Sewer Utility (EWSU) has been closely monitoring the impact and issues stemming from the chemical spill, which occurred in Charleston, West Virginia, last week – 700 river miles from Evansville.
Berry Plastics announced plans to further optimize production and relocate manufacturing equipment to four of its Indiana manufacturing operations. The Company will invest approximately $31 million for new infrastructure and equipment, and will also transfer existing equipment from other Berry Plastics facilities.
Winter is probably not the best time to think about breaking out of prison, especially during some of the coldest temperatures the Midwest has felt in decades. Just ask 42-year-old Robert Vick, who after escaping from a Kentucky prison earlier this week, turned himself back in because he got too cold.
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