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Evansville Water Will Temporarily Change Disinfectants
 
Ever wonder what's in your tap water? According to the National Drinking Water Database -  Environmental Working Group, throughout the country, there are over 316 chemicals in tap water. I searched the Evansville Water and Sewer Utility's - 2011 Water Quality Report to see what chemicals were found…
Tri-State Users Report AT&T Outage
Users in the tri-state have reported an outage in AT&T services. The company has been notified and are working to restore service. The outage is due to equipment issues - if you are an AT&T user, you may experience issues with placing or taking phone calls.
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What Are the Current Indiana Scooter Laws?
There have been numerous stories in the news lately regarding the increase in Evansville scooter traffic, and subsequently the number of accidents involving scooters, as more and more people in the Tri-State use the two-wheel vehicles to get themselves around town. While scooter operators are requir…
Southern Indiana is Getting a New Area Code
It was announced today by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission that Southern Indiana will be incorporating new area code 930 into new phone subscribers due to the shortage of 812 numbers.
This change is considered an "overlay" which means only new subscribers will receive the new area …
Indiana Releases School Bus Inspection Reports Online
Do you want to make sure your children's school bus is safe? If it resembles the picture above, we think you should be.
In all seriousness, Indiana officials have completed their annual inspection of area school buses used in transporting children to public and private schools - those resul…
Indiana Woman Becomes the Voice of OnStar Navigation
If you need of directions, you just might be getting a little Hoosier hospitality the next time you use your navigation system.
That’s because General Motors has begun phasing in 48-year-old Diane Williamson of New Albany, Indiana as the new voice for the popular OnStar navigation and…
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&…

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