Heat Advisory Affects High School Athletics
Cody's 10pm Forecast - December 9, 2023
USI suffers 44-point loss to Indiana State
Reitz boys basketball fall to 1-2 with loss to Arsenal Tech
Daviess Co. boys basketball falls in overtime to Caverna
USI women's basketball cruises by Eastern Michigan
DAWSON SPRINGS, Ky. (WEHT) -- Dozens met at Dawson Springs's First Baptist Church to dedicate five new homes that will be given to December 2021 tornado survivors.
Members of the community and Governor Andy Beshear were in attendance to remind each other they are not giving up on the city rebuild.
Some said in their remarks on Saturday that it is still hard to imagine the kind of destruction the tornado left in the city.
Now two years later, Kentucky State Trooper Ethan Garrison and his wife -- Briana -- are among the families moving into new homes after losing their trailer.
They tell Eyewitness News they were in disbelief when their trailer was destroyed, but the couple is now moving into their new Habitat for Humanity home in a couple weeks.
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