Congress approves a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security for one week.
State health officials announce an outbreak of HIV is quickly spreading in southeastern Indiana. Officials say it's linked to drug abuse.
Merchandise exports from Indiana surpassed $35 billion in 2014, setting a new record.
According to ABC News Leonard Nimoy has died.
As Eyewitness News reported earlier this month, there were numerous red flags with the Union County Fiscal Court's purchase of six pieces of equipment allegedly tied to a theft ring. That equipment, totaling more than $100,000, was seized by law enforcement on New Years Eve, leaving the taxpayers on the hook for equipment the county no longer has. Eyewitness News has uncovered additional records and information suggesting how some of the equipment was used and by whom. Additionally, purchasing records suggest county officials skirted state model procurement laws to ensure some county jobs weren't bid out by the Fiscal Court.
A casual statement turns into a final request, and it took a total stranger to answer it for the family burying their loved one.
From polio, to preacher to counselor to author, one Tri-State woman has done it all and at a time when women merely had jobs not careers.
Another special hearing pushed back Thursday regarding the McCurdy Hotel building that has been withering on the vine for years.
Evansville Police Chief Billy Bolin remembers being on the Twin Bridges 14 years ago when Paul McManus jumped into the Ohio River after killing his estranged wife and two daughters.
Kristi Yamaguchi offers tips and personal anecdotes on what has helped her children develop a love of reading.
St. Benedict Cathedral Evansville 5:00 pm-7:00 pm Every Friday during Lent