Army veteran Sandra Ewing is miles away from the falling helicopters and enemy attacks she experienced in Afghanistan. Her muscular Great Dane/German Shepherd mix, Arrow, constantly reminds her that.
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Frequently asked questions about service animals with the Americans With Disabilities Act under the U.S. Department of Justice.
The use of e-cigarettes and similar technologies is not just a nuisance but a health concern, particularly for young people, says Jason Knott, principal of Evansville High School.
For about 18 months, Stephanie Smiley participated in a master's program run through the Naval Postgraduate School's Center for Homeland Defense and Security in Monterey, California. She earned a Master of Arts degree in security studies.
For 24 years, Scott Lindner's dogs sniffed for bombs. Now his dog sniffs for bedbugs.
District Administrator Jerry Roth said plans for an updated courtyard at Theodore Robinson Intermediate School will be implemented in phases over the course of the next few years.
The Micah Project, a local nonprofit organization, will provide a peer-supported recovery residence for up to six women at a time beginning this summer.
Pull downs, chest presses and rigid lateral pulls are all in a day's work for 82-year-old Dave Peters of Janesville.
Crews were working this week to solve an interference problem between police department equipment and Evansville's centrally-located tornado siren.