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  • Police: Indiana man confronted garbage worker with AK-47

    Police: Indiana man confronted garbage worker with AK-47

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 1:41 PM EDT2017-07-26 17:41:01 GMT
    The sanitation employee told police that Sieg approached him with the rifle in one hand and the magazine for it in the other hand. (Source: Maira Ansari, WAVE 3 News)The sanitation employee told police that Sieg approached him with the rifle in one hand and the magazine for it in the other hand. (Source: Maira Ansari, WAVE 3 News)

    Kenneth Sieg, 62, was arrested after police said he confronted a sanitation employee with an AK-47. 

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    Kenneth Sieg, 62, was arrested after police said he confronted a sanitation employee with an AK-47. 

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  • Low level warrant offenders get a second chance

    Low level warrant offenders get a second chance

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 12:26 PM EDT2017-07-26 16:26:42 GMT
    Vanderburgh Co. Prosecutor's OfficeVanderburgh Co. Prosecutor's Office

    The Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's Office holds their 2nd Warrant Compliance Day.

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    The Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's Office holds their 2nd Warrant Compliance Day.

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  • Otters Wallop Beach Bums with Monster 4th Inning

    Otters Wallop Beach Bums with Monster 4th Inning

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 12:21 AM EDT2017-07-26 04:21:42 GMT
    The Evansville Otters made history in a 17-0 win Tuesday against the Traverse City Beach Bums by setting a franchise record and tying a Frontier League mark by scoring 15 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. Evansville’s Luc Rennie allowed one hit and struck out four Beach Bums through three innings. With the game still scoreless in the fourth, the Otters took off. Nick Walker singled to lead off and stole second base. Christopher Riopedre singled to center field, scoring...More >>
    The Evansville Otters made history in a 17-0 win Tuesday against the Traverse City Beach Bums by setting a franchise record and tying a Frontier League mark by scoring 15 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. Evansville’s Luc Rennie allowed one hit and struck out four Beach Bums through three innings. With the game still scoreless in the fourth, the Otters took off. Nick Walker singled to lead off and stole second base. Christopher Riopedre singled to center field, scoring...More >>

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