Dr. John Myers gives advice for beating spring allergies.
Project Reveal is about women helping women by sharing their experience, strength, and hope.
African Groundnut Chicken Stew by Devon Delaney won the Tyson Grilled and Ready Contest
Best Buy one of many places in the United States to offer recycling of old technology for free.
To see the deal click here: http://tristate.halfoffdeals.com/
Saturday, April 26 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Strouse's Parking Lot Lincoln Ave., Evansville
Garden Guy Charlie Stocker Brings Lexi the Easter Dog, Gives Advice for Spring Planting
A Look at Spring Fashion from Single Thread Boutique www.singlethreadboutique.com
Friday, May 20 Evansville Country Club Tickets $50, GSSI Members $40, Young Professionals $40
Band on tour with performance April 17 at Double Dukes, Henderson
Free cancer screening Tuesday, April 22nd from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Evansville Cancer Center
HealthSouth created program called STOP: Stop. Think. Organize. Position. It is a program for all employees at HealthSouth Deaconess that are hands on with patients to prevent injuries.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month
In this week's MONEYWI$E segment Amanda Hardy explains why it's important to talk to children about needs vs. wants.
Tracy Zeller explains what customers need to know before they buy estate jewelry.
Woodward to release new CD, "Lake Minneola on my Mind".
Christy Gillenwater, Southwest Indiana Chamber, talked about upcoming Chamber events and the recent vote by the Indiana University Trustees to build the Medical Center in downtown Evansville.
Annual event benefits Reitz Home Museum.
For more information on Hayley Beth click here: http://hayleybeth.com/
"The Chopped Cookbook" based on hit show where chefs make three dishes in no time using crazy ingredients.
Phone Surgeons repair smartphones and tablets that have been damaged.
Guns and Hoses Saturday 7:00 p.m. Ford Center General Admission - $15 adults, $5 children
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Yamaguchi won the gold medal in women's figure skating at the 1992 Winter Olympics. She talked to Local 7 Lifestyles about her life off the ice.
St. Mary's Family Physician Dr. John Myers explained what people should consider before opting for bariatric surgery.
Public invited to attend concert and celebration at Henderson Fine Arts Center.
Events scheduled throughout the month of April.
May 2 – 4 Learn what it was like to live with no electricity and face the hardships of a land torn apart by war.
A new public safety campaign, “See Tracks? Think Train!” from Operation Lifesaver, Inc., is aimed at educating pedestrians and drivers about safe behavior around railroad tracks.
An elite group of Indiana boys and girls high school basketball players will gather on the campus of Vincennes University on April 13 for the 2014 North/South Indiana All-Star Classic
POP!CON was created for all fans of comics and pop culture. Friday, April 4-5 National Guard Armory Evansville
Dr. Harmon Talks About Detoxifying Your Body
Personal Chef Cheryl Mochau shares Bacon and Egg Nests Recipe
Stacey Godbold created website to help women talk about their personal struggles and joys.
Saundra Hadley with planning...forever events gives advice for working with wedding vendors
Tony Maslan with CustomFit Personal Training
Show will air Saturdays WEHT Local 11:00 a.m. and Sundays 6:00 a.m. on Local 7 WTVW.
Attached document for children to fill out and sign for permission to use the Internet and cell phones.
National Walking Day brings awareness to cardiovascular health.
Tips can help shopper save money and time.
Stepping Up is an opportunity to learn networking techniques from the experts. It is free and open to the public from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, April 4.
Wednesday, April 2 12:15 p.m-2:30 p.m. Children's Museum of Evansville World Autism Day