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      • Shots fired after Kentucky traffic stop turns violent

        Shots fired after Kentucky traffic stop turns violent

        Saturday, November 18 2017 9:24 AM EST2017-11-18 14:24:15 GMT
        Saturday, November 18 2017 9:24 AM EST2017-11-18 14:24:15 GMT

        The Woodburn Police department mad a traffic stop around 2:51 a.m. Saturday on the 12000 block of Nashville Road in Warren County, Kentucky. A few minutes later, the officers requested for backup. When backup arrived, the vehicle that was stooped peeled away from the scene and sped toward Simpson County. According to a news release from the Warren County Sheriff's Office, the driver attempted to run over an officer during the pursuit.

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        The Woodburn Police department mad a traffic stop around 2:51 a.m. Saturday on the 12000 block of Nashville Road in Warren County, Kentucky. A few minutes later, the officers requested for backup. When backup arrived, the vehicle that was stooped peeled away from the scene and sped toward Simpson County. According to a news release from the Warren County Sheriff's Office, the driver attempted to run over an officer during the pursuit.

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      • 1 shot in Taylor Berry Neighborhood

        1 shot in Taylor Berry Neighborhood

        Saturday, November 18 2017 8:28 AM EST2017-11-18 13:28:20 GMT
        (Source: WAVE 3 News)(Source: WAVE 3 News)

        MetroSafe confirmed that the victim was shot twice.

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        MetroSafe confirmed that the victim was shot twice.

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      • Metro Council removes Dan Johnson amid harassment claims

        Metro Council removes Dan Johnson amid harassment claims

        Friday, November 17 2017 11:45 PM EST2017-11-18 04:45:31 GMT

        The Louisville Metro Council removed embattled member Dan Johnson from his seat Friday, ending -- for now -- a hectic several months of uncertainty that followed accusations of sexual harassment by several of his colleagues.

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        The Louisville Metro Council removed embattled member Dan Johnson from his seat Friday, ending -- for now -- a hectic several months of uncertainty that followed accusations of sexual harassment by several of his colleagues.

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      • FDA approves new opioid-withdrawal device; offered at Evansville's Boyett Treatment Center

        FDA approves new opioid-withdrawal device; offered at Evansville's Boyett Treatment Center

        Saturday, November 18 2017 8:05 AM EST2017-11-18 13:05:00 GMT
        (WFIE)(WFIE)

        A new device is giving opioid addicts another option to get clean. It's called the Neuro-Stim System Bridge, and it's available right here in Evansville.

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        A new device is giving opioid addicts another option to get clean. It's called the Neuro-Stim System Bridge, and it's available right here in Evansville.

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      • Former Evansville bar building converted into church

        Former Evansville bar building converted into church

        Saturday, November 18 2017 8:04 AM EST2017-11-18 13:04:54 GMT
        (WFIE)(WFIE)

        A downtown Evansville building that once drew big crowds on Saturday night is now a popular place on Sunday morning. 

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        A downtown Evansville building that once drew big crowds on Saturday night is now a popular place on Sunday morning. 

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      • Buss Hits Game-Winner, as IU Women Beat WKU

        Buss Hits Game-Winner, as IU Women Beat WKU

        Friday, November 17 2017 11:44 PM EST2017-11-18 04:44:21 GMT
        Senior guard Tyra Buss split two defenders and sealed the game winner with just three ticks remaining as Indiana Women’s Basketball upended Western Kentucky, 73-71, on Friday night in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Four Hoosiers scored in double figures including Buss’s 22 points as she also dished out four assists. Senior forward Amanda Cahill notched her third-straight double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds to go along with six assists. Freshman guard Jaelynn Penn ...More >>
        Senior guard Tyra Buss split two defenders and sealed the game winner with just three ticks remaining as Indiana Women’s Basketball upended Western Kentucky, 73-71, on Friday night in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Four Hoosiers scored in double figures including Buss’s 22 points as she also dished out four assists. Senior forward Amanda Cahill notched her third-straight double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds to go along with six assists. Freshman guard Jaelynn Penn ...More >>

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