Tens of thousands of protesters in Greece have joined their prime minister in calling for the Greek people to reject a deal from the country's creditors.
A string of suspicious fires in recent months has residents in one Evansville neighborhood concerned and worried. Dating back to last fall, there have been at least four suspicious fires in the area of the 1000 block of North Third Avenue, according to police incident reports. The most recent fire happened early Sunday morning, engulfing a garage. Investigators later determined it to be arson.
Under pressure from a number of Hispanic groups, NBC Universal is severing its business ties to presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Illegal birth control imported from overseas means an Owensboro doctor faces a federal judge. Dr. Randall King is the only local doctor included in the justice department's nationwide Medicaid fraud sweep announced in June.
Learning to ride a bike is a rite of passage of childhood, but for kids with disabilities, it's not that easy.
After three decades, science teacher Carol Ballard is looking forward to a relaxed retirement. But her students at Washington Middle School have one last lesson for her in green gratitude.
Indiana State Police Sgt. Todd Ringle explains to Brad Byrd what this new left lane law means for drivers and how it must be followed.
Brad Byrd sits down with Superintendent Dr. David Smith to get the EVSC's side in the failed contract negotiations with Teamsters Local 215.