The Super Bowl is all about the commercials, some of which some have already been leaked, which is no accident by the way. There is always at least one ad that creates controversy and this year's is about a puppy having a bad day.
Sunday alcohol sales could be closer than ever to being a reality If State Representative Tom Dermody has anything to say about it. Dermody filed legislation last week in the General Assembly to allow carryout sales of alcohol.
It's the holiday season, and that means a lot more time in the car. I don't know about you, but does it seem like all of the manhole covers are an inch or two below the surface of the pavement anymore?
Well, today is Election Day for the 2014 mid-term election, the polls are closed and I could not be happier to see it go for one simple reason...the negative attack ads that go on between candidates anymore that having nothing to do with the issues or solutions to the problems. It's all about tearing down the other's integrity and character.
Ah yes, Election Day and the end of those political ads that range from mean-spirited and cruel, to just plain strange and bizarre. These are ACTUAL ads for ACTUAL candidates that are so weird, you will laugh out loud.
WFIE is reporting that President Obama will be headed to the Tri-State this week for a visit. The exact purpose or location is still unknown, but officials are saying that Air Force One is scheduled to land at Evansville Regional Airport on Friday.
The public is invited to a Henderson County Candidate Forum from 6:00-8:30pm on Tuesday, September 30th in County Fiscal Court room (3rd floor) of County building downtown at 20 North Main Street, Henderson...
It has been a whirlwind 24 hours for President Obama who created a firestorm on social media yesterday as he disembarked Marine 1. As the president was getting off the helicopter, he saluted the two Marines on either side of the stairs...
The debate about textbook rental fees in Indiana schools has been raging for years with good arguments on both sides. According to the State Constitution of 1816, public education is to be provided free of charge, which makes you wonder about the policy of parents paying huge fees for the use of textbooks.
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