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Bat Found In Evansville Tests Positive for Rabies
Evansville health officials want to remind area residents that rabies is still alive and well in the Indiana wildlife population.
In fact, according to a recent press release from the Vanderburgh County Department of Health, a bat recently discovered in the Evansville area tested positive for rabies …
Indiana Homeowners May Not Be Covered for Fireworks Damage
Indiana residents could find themselves stuck holding a substantial bill if fireworks damage their home.
That’s because state officials are reporting that many homeowners and renters insurance policies do not cover damaged sustained from fireworks that have been deemed “illegal” in …
Indiana Man Invents ‘Quick Escape’ to Save Lives
It was the tragedy of the attacks of 9/11 that inspired an Indiana resident to invent a contraption that he hopes will save lives.
Tony Smith says he was sitting in his home in Montgomery County watching the disaster unfold at the Twin Towers in New York City.
What Are the Rules for Owning an Exotic Pet in Indiana?
Did you know that it is perfectly legal in the state of Indiana to have a pet alligator, beaver, wolf and even a bear? Well, it is just as long as you do things by the book and obtain a wild animal possession permit from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
Kentucky Shoppers Get Some Live Action When Deer Runs Into Store
Shoppers at a Kentucky grocery outlet got themselves a little Live Action earlier this week when a deer decided to come running into the store and stir up some excitement.
According to reports, surveillance cameras at the Kroger grocery in Newport, Kentucky captured the wild beast entering the store …
Indiana Law Enforcement Cracking Down on Drunk Boaters
If you’re going to play on the water in Indiana, you had better stay dry.
As part of a national campaign to raise awareness of the dangers surrounding boating under the influence of drugs and alcohol, Indiana conservation officers will be beefing up patrols across Indiana waterways this summer.

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