After more than a month of not knowing what happened to his daughter, Todd Scales found relief amid tragedy.
After an internal investigation determined he acted within state law and department policy, the Evansville Police officer involved in Sunday's shooting is free to return to work Thursday assuming he's cleared by a mental health professional as required by department guidelines. EPD brass believes Officer Ryan Winters, a seven year veteran, acted heroically in stopping a shootout between two men at a gas station parking lot.
For the first time, the final plan for Evansville's proposed Roberts Park is unveiled. Whether it will be funded, however, remains to be seen.
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Brad Byrd & Tina Stein Interview Joelle Lockwood rescuer, Ronald Higgs. He discusses turning down the reward and the fateful turn of events that led Joelle home.
For more than a month, Warrick County Sheriff Brett Kruse chose his words carefully to describe the investigation when the cameras were on and reporters took notes.
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, crime-solving technology may be left off Evansville's 2015 budget. It's called ShotSpotter.