Police are investigating a death at an Indiana University sorority house.
Indiana State Police say a Vincennes man is recovering after an almost deadly crash in Knox County.
A tri-state school earns national honors for being one of the top high schools in the country.
In Warrick County, crews are still on the scene of an overturned semi.
Eyewitness News Daybreak crew bids morning anchor Kara Kirtley a fond farewell as she heads off to Louisville.
The Army Psychiatrist who killed 13 people at Fort Hood is asking to join ISIS from his federal prison cell.
President George Bush and Bill Clinton announce a new Presidential Scholars Program.
Indiana State Police say a Vincennes man is recovering after an almost deadly crash on Lower Fort Knox Road in Knox County.
With the help of a drug sniffing dog, Indiana State Police arrest a man for multiple charges including driving while intoxicated.
Today's heavy rain caused some problems for drivers.
Strong allegations being made against the city of Evansville and its fire department.
Several people gathered at Redbanks Skilled Nursing Center for answers, but they were denied.
Members learned about the details of the tentative contract agreement between the ETA and the EVSC.
Two groups of Teamsters Local 215 vote to remain members.
Kristy Kelley went missing two weeks ago, and one Boonville business says they've seen an increase in gun sales - and an increase in female clientele.
The Kunkel Group, a once prominent but recently financially troubled Evansville-based developer, has placed six of their properties up for sale through an online real estate sales firm.
8th District Congressman Larry Bucshon in Evansville meeting with his constituents to discuss issues here at home and across the world, and the talk became very heated.
The centerpiece of a grand plan moves foward in hopes of injecting new life at Haynie's Corner near Downtown A new injection of life. By using $150,000 in public money, the City of Evansville was able to leverage $1 million in private investment to renovate two historic buildings.
Signs of support are surfacing for a failed drug testing policy.
Old National Bank's downtown Evansville headquarters up for sale again, but the bank is staying put.
The state of Indiana gets a one-year extension on its waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Law.
Ebola fast facts and a collection of links to signs, symptoms, and solutions in place to curb the deadly disease.
City officials say the company may put up a store near the Pennyrile Parkway.
A Central City church is still cleaning up more than ten days after an EF-0 tornado rolled through the area.
Crews needed all sorts of help to remove the semi and cattle from the Pennyrile Parkway this morning.
The Ebola outbreak "continues to accelerate" in West Africa and has killed 1,552 people, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will return to the track this weekend, nearly three weeks after hitting and killing a fellow driver.
Authorities in Warrick County have located the person involved in a hit and run accident.
Traffic alert to keep in mind for any post-Labor Day travel in Henderson.
Officials say the crash happened in a construction zone. Traffic is moving very slow.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama said that he is soliciting "a range of options" about what the United States could do to go after ISIS in Syria.
Comedian Joan Rivers is in critical condition tonight.
Plans are approved for a new student center at Vincennes University.
Man allegedly lying in road with gun charged with several felonies.
4 off-duty Vigo County Sheriff's Deputies, working as private security guards, are facing charges of accepting bribes.
In Muhlenberg County , the Greenville Police Department is looking into 2 home invasions they say are very similar.
Indiana State University is bursting at the seams. The school now has its largest student population in 4 decades.
US Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell is denying a report that he would allow another government shutdown if he becomes Senate majority leader next year.
The search continues across Indiana for 1 month-old Delano Wilson.
The City of Evansville has announced that developer Michael Martin will invest $1 million in private funds to help renovate two historic apartment buildings in the Haynie's Corner Arts District. The Evansville Browsfield Corp. has also selected Architectural Renovators Inc. to renovate the buildings.
Daviess County Sheriff's deputies investigating a suspicious vehicle end up arresting two people on meth charges.
The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System is asking the public for feedback to improve service and ridership.
Friends of Kelley say they're not giving up, so they search far and wide, even treading some new territories.
Authorities in Indianapolis have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 1-month-old child according to WRTV.
Crews will be out in force this Friday night and not just covering football.
A group of Indiana Democratic candidates swing through Evansville to talk about doing business in the Hoosier State.
A Big Rivers power station gets a big reward from the commonwealth for reaching a major safety milestone.
Manufacturers say toughening ground level ozone standards could cost Kentucky jobs.
Developer hopes Schnucks will help bring new life to Evansville's Washington Square Mall.
Jordan McGuire, a former Harrison High School teacher, is a free man after being acquitted of criminal deviate conduct on Tuesday. However, in 2007, McGuire faced similar charges in Saline County, IL. Upon being hired at Harrison, McGuire's initial background check didn't show the 2007 charges because of a case filing issue in Saline County, EVSC officials said.
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