Click HERE for live link. Published: Feb. 25, 2018 BY: Shannon Hall, Journal & Courier LAFAYETTE, Ind. — It’s almost here. Less than a week away. Sunday. Sales. And while customers may be joyous about it, liquor stores have mixed feelings. On Thursday lawmakers gave final approval on the bill that will allow Sunday alcohol sales […]
Click HERE for live link. Published: March 3, 2018 BY: Shannon Hall, Journal & Courier LAFAYETTE, Ind. — At noon on Sunday, people may storm down the doors at liquor stores and grocery stores to buy alcohol. Sunday marks the first time since the 1930s that people can grab a pack of beer or bottle […]
Click HERE for live link. Published: March 19, 2018 BY: Shannon Hall, Journal & Courier CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. — When their oldest child was born, Jason and Brandi Worley promised their kids came first, Jason Worley said Monday. But his ex-wife didn’t keep that promise. Brandi Worley, 31, of Darlington, was sentenced to 120 years for […]
Click HERE for live link. Published: Aug. 3, 2018 By: Shannon Hall, Courier Journal Google Maps, you’ve helped us a lot. You let us see inside train stations with Google Street View, or visit Disney parks without leaving our homes. You even helped one man find the Indian village he wandered away from as a child. But recently, some of […]
PUBLISHED: Aug. 31, 2017 BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter An Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. administrator pleaded guilty Monday to a drunken driving charge after her arrest last week on Harrison High School grounds. Emily J. Smith-McCormick’s blood-alcohol level was 0.287 percent when she was arrested Aug. 25, according to court documents. Smith-McCormick pleaded guilty […]
PUBLISHED: Aug. 12, 2017 BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter EVANSVILLE — The EVSC sees thousands of dollars in unpaid school lunch balances at the conclusion of every school year. The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation had more than $18,000 in unpaid student lunches at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.
PUBLISHED: Aug. 28, 2017 BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter BOONVILLE — Ralph Hutchinson has been blessed with time. Time to spend with with his family. Time free of war. And time to work on watches. Ralph celebrated his 94th birthday Sunday, but just because he’s been given time doesn’t mean he takes it for […]
Shortly before he was shot and killed by police on Tuesday night, Daniel Wooters was allegedly inside TGI Fridays threatening to “kill some cops.” Police identified Wooters, 38, on Wednesday. He was shot by three officers after he reportedly advanced toward them on Morgan Avenue with a knife after allegedly stealing a police cruiser and […]
PUBLISHED: Aug. 31, 2017 BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter NEWBURGH — The Newburgh Zaxby’s had been open for one day. And it already experienced at least one wonderful customer. A woman stopped by the newly opened restaurant last week and one of the store’s employees, Noah White, held open the door for her. While the two […]
PUBLISHED: Sept. 15, 2017 BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter A woman was arrested Thursday night for allegedly driving drunk with her 15-year-old son in her car. Tricia D. Handley,46, was preliminary charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated endangering a person less than 18 years old.