Dozens of volunteers made cleaning up North First St. their first priority Saturday morning.
Evansville Police say a van ran a red light, broadsiding a METS bus. 10 were injured, four were taken to the hospital.
Saturday's Traveling City Hall featured the Eddie Eagle Gun Safety program which teaches kids what to do if they find a gun.
The outpouring of support for the LST 325 was appreciated so much that officials wanted to say thanks by offering free tours Saturday.
A van collides with a bus this afternoon in downtown Evansville.
Rescue personnel were called out around 1:00 this morning about a man in Evansville who had fallen into the river and hadn't resurfaced.
Several members of the local law enforcement community join thousands mourning the death of Indianapolis police officer, Perry Renn.
Timothy Going is facing federal charges for allegedly hiding a video camera in a girls locker room and now, he's officially resigned from Fairfield Community High School.
Small business stores near the Walmart in Boonville are seeing mixed results since that store opened.
A brazen attempt to rob a Western Kentucky bank located just next door from a police station ends in a deadly shootout.
An Indianapolis man steals a car at a gas station with a child inside. The kid either jumped out, or the suspect dropped him off.
A pilot is killed when his small plane crashes into 2 homes near Indianapolis.
A new manufacturing plant cuts the ribbon and is expecting to hire for 70 new jobs.
Nashville Resident Travels to Evansville to Play the National Anthem.
The Henderson County Sheriff's Department is taking the term "serve and protect" to a whole new level.
In Hopkins County, the case of a man considered a person of interest in last weekend's murder in Hanson will go to the grand jury.
The man accused of setting an apartment fire that killed three people will go to trial in Vanderburgh County.
Also in Henderson, Kentucky State Police arrest two convicts who escaped a correctional facility in Paducah.
A Henderson woman is charged with impersonating a police officer. .
Police say a distracted crashed head-on into a tree just before noon on Friday Indiana State trooper
No jail time. That's the sentence given to an Ft. Wayne, Indiana couple who admitted to zip-tieng their children in a freezing van last winter.
Friends, family, and hundreds of police officers from all over the state arrived this morning Bankers Life Fieldhouse to honor slain officer, Perry Renn.
Lebron James says he's going to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
A Madisonville bicyclist was killed overnight after he was hit by a vehicle just east of the Pennyrile Parkway.
A bank robbery suspect is dead in Princeton Kentucky after being shot by a police officer.
A boil advisory has been lifted in Sebree, KY.
2 US Senators on opposite sides of the aisle want to give non-violent criminals a 2nd chance.
Evansville Native Myrod Byers has inked and published his first book. It's called "The Literary Works of Me."
Highway 60 will have lane closures starting Saturday morning.
Vectren is working on a two million dollar gas main replacement project, this is part of a seven year plan to modernize Hoosier gas pipes. In Newburgh, this work has been going on since the end of June.
A Madisonville man is dead following an early morning accident.
Investigators have released the cause of an Evansville house fire.
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center delivers some special friends.
A grand jury indicts a Hopkins County man for a sex offense charge.
Recruiters across the country are turning away Army applicants by the droves because of their tattoos.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence urging Congress to block proposed Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
North Green River Road's southbound lanes will be closed between Hirsch Road and Hightower Drive.
A packed house during the Evansville Otters game, as it was Military Appreciation Night at Bosse Field.
The University of Southern Indiana approves a 105 million dollar budget for this upcoming school year.
The Evansville Chapter of the American Red Cross is hoping the community will be able to help them avoid a supply shortage this Summer.
Tonight is Military Appreciation Day at Bosse Field.
Baseball is widely known as America's pastime. One of the many reasons the Red Cross is teaming up with the Evansville Otters baseball team to help support the U.S. military.
Speaking before the Board of Public Works, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke called it the city's 'moral obligation.' On Thursday afternoon, Mayor Winnecke announced a unique partnership between the corporate community, a non-profit and the city will help them meet that obligation.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers are putting up a new house on Crittenden Street.
Residents near a planned Supercenter say they're worried about increased traffic and safety near planned site.
Charlie Hill Hopes The City of Boonville Will Make it Legal to Drive Golf Carts Around Parts of the Town.
The need has been recognized for a new Ohio River bridge connecting Indiana and Kentucky.
Witnesses report people were jumping from windows at an early morning fire in Boston.
An official statement from a spokesperson for Abengoa Bio-Energy was released today regarding the Mt. Vernon Fire earlier this week.
Crews will be out on 65 between SR 165 in Owensville to SR 66 on the NW side of Evansville until July 18th.