After receiving complaints from neighbors and calls from Eyewitness News, the Evansville EPA levies a fine against a man for illegal burning at a property on E. Eichel Ave. Neighbors alleged the man was tearing down an abandoned house 'board by board' and burning the material. However, the man disputes that.
In Cincinnati, the Coast Guard is responding to a 5,000-8,000 gallon diesel fuel spill in the Ohio River.
Allegations of questionable contracts, security lapses and HIPAA violations put a Henderson nursing home facility under fire. These allegations come after two major shake-ups in the company's leadership.
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In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking more about I-69. With a new bridge years away, concerns are rising on the amount of traffic we could see south of the Ohio River.
An Evansville group called Young and Established traveled to Ferguson over the weekend to join the protest. Brad Byrd sits down with the groups founder and CEO, Courtney Johnson, to get his reaction to scene in Ferguson.
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