A former University of Cincinnati police officer has pleaded not guilty to murder in the shooting death of a motorist.
Investigators are trying to determine if debris found on an island near Madagascar could be from MH-370 which disappeared in March 2014.
Two of the leading thinkers of our time are joining other scientists and academics, with a warning for humanity: “beware of killer robots.” They're not kidding.
Two Evansville City Council members, Jonathan Weaver (D-At Large) and Missy Mosby (D-2nd Ward) have asked for the resignation of Redevelopment Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave following her proposal at Tuesday's meeting regarding a city owned parking lot next to the McCurdy Building. Musgrave contends Weaver and Mosby misinterpreted her comments and took them out of context. However, Weaver and Mosby allege Musgrave's proposal violates state statute.
Big changes are being proposed regarding screening guidelines for breast cancer detection, and it's causing some concern among survivors.
Happy Feet Equals Learning Feet is a group in western Kentucky with a funny name that means exactly what it says.
Brad Byrd sits down with the sisters of Melissa McManus; how they feel now that her convicted killer, Paul McManus, is facing a retrial without the possibility of the death penalty.
Brad Byrd sits down with Dr. Payal Patel-Dovlatabadi, the Director of Public Health at the University of Evansville, to discuss what West Nile Virus is, and how people can avoid and treat it.
Roxie Dean from the Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival joins us Live on Local Lifestyles.
Dan Siskind from Brickmania and Tom Lonnberg from the Evansville Museum joined us on Local Lifestyles to talk about the 'World War II in Legos' exhibit.