Tri-state roads and bridges have the green light following the quake. Shortly after the rumbling, highway crews in Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois got to work inspecting virtually every mile of roadway for any damage. We caught up with an Illinois crew as they inspected bridges in Wabash and Edwards counties. They took pictures of cracks or anything that looked in need of repair. They will be reviewed at the state level. As of noon, they hadnt found any major problems. The twin bridges into Henderson as well as the Blue Bridge into Owensboro also got a close look. In Indiana alone, more than 800 bridges and road structures were checked out. Of those, none required immediate repair and only eight were found in need of a more thorough inspection. As far as buildings go, Evansville officials say they took a look at older multi-floor structures including Reitz and Bosse high schools and found no noticeable damage in the city.