The snow and ice are disappearing from Tri-State roads, only to be replaced by another hazard.
"Down on Virginia, the whole street there is just full of potholes and cracks and uprising in the blacktops. These cars, they take a beating. You have got to drive defensively, for other drivers and for potholes that throw your front end out of line. It's dangerous," said Edward Fry, an Evansville driver.
The county says they are also working year-round on potholes when the roads aren't covered with snow and ice. If you see one you'd like addressed, you don't have to wait until the spring.
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