Panda Express open in Evansville
2017-11-17T20:40:06Z2017-11-17T20:40:06ZPosted by Kenny Douglass, Digital Content ProducerBy Derick Brattain, Photographer
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -
Panda Express is now open in Evansville.We were there as the doors opened at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The first customers got in line as early as 8 a.m.Panda Express is famous for the orange chicken and many other Chinese specialties.
Henderson man sentenced for 2016 beating death
2017-11-17T20:33:24Z2017-11-17T20:33:24ZPosted by Kenny Douglass, Digital Content Producer
HENDERSON, KY (WFIE) -
A Henderson man has been sentenced in the beating death of a man in 2016.Eddie Carbon, 25, pleaded guilty in the death of 33-year-old Luis Sedillo. As part of the plea deal, Carbon was sentenced to 30 years, plus 10 years for robbery.Officers say Carbon and Sedillo were drinking together when the assault happened.
There's a new traffic signal installed at a dangerous intersection in Henderson. Crews finished construction on the signal at the intersection of Airline Road and Sam Ball Way on the east edge of Henderson city limits. That signal will be in flashing mode for now and should be normal on Wednesday.
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