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Marisa Patwa

Marisa Patwa // Reporter

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Marisa Patwa // Reporter

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Evansville Man Waits to Receive Covid-19 Vaccine Until Wife Is Eligible

While Schenk was eligible for the vaccine as of last month, the lovebird did not want to roll his sleeves up until his 62-year-old wife was eligible too.

Business Booming For Body Shops Amid Winter Weather

Business for body shops in the tri-state is booming from the severe winter weather.

Covid-19 Cases Going Down

The number of newly confirmed Coronavirus cases are down dramatically in Vanderburgh County and there are a multitude of reasons why from the community getting vaccinations, the surge from large holiday gatherings simmering down and possibly even this severe winter weather.

Winter Weather Impacting Vaccination Appointments

Hospitals are trying to reschedule all of the Covid-19 vaccination appointments that have been canceled from the weather.

Hypothermia Concerns During Dangerous Temperatures

Overnight, the temperatures will once again dip into the single digits, causing concern people might get hypothermia. If your body temperature gets below 95, it is considered a medical emergency, and you will want to seek medical help to try to prevent any further tissue damage.

Tri-State Warming Shelters Providing Refuge for Homeless During Dangerous Weather

As snow continues to fall and temperatures continue to drop, tri-state warming shelters are stepping up to provide solace for those needing a place to stay for the night.

Restaurants Hit Hard by Severe Weather

Cold weather is freezing the finances for many restaurants already struggling to survive a year of massive challenges.

Henderson Side Roads Still Slick

In Henderson, many side roads and streets are still an icy and dangerous mess, causing schools to cancel in-person learning and many businesses to close down temporarily for Friday, Feb. 12th.

Adele's Naturally Closing After Nearly 45 Years

Another tri-state shop is closing its doors. Adele’s Naturally announced Monday, Feb 8th on Facebook they are going out of business. And as a staple of the community for nearly 45-years, it was a bittersweet decision for owners Fred Cottrell and Faye Gibson.

Schools Develop Programs to Help Failing Students

With the vast majority of parents struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic, students are dealing with disappointing grades, technology issues, and a routine that no longer exists.

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