If you still have holiday shopping to do, there are some stores that are trying to make it easier for you.
Republican Congressman Larry Bucshon voted in favor of the federal budget deal last week.
Delta Airlines has decided it won't be allowing passengers to make voice calls from its planes even if the Federal Aviation Administration says it's okay.
The first female Evansville Police officer was taken off of life support earlier this week after being seriously injured in a car accident Saturday afternoon. While they prepare to say goodbye, the friends and family of Norma Jean Love remember her vivacious personality and how she lived every day to its fullest.
A group of Evansville community leaders are ready to craft a new sign ordinance that will help business owners.
A coal truck driver has minor injuries after his semi overturned.
Two suspects remain at large after a Monday home invasion in Union County.
Evansville Police searching for three men wanted for a late night home invasion.
Improve your home's efficiency with an energy audit.
Dubois County Sheriff's Office releases the names of those involved in Tuesday's deadly accident.
The chief of Henderson's police force resigns today.
Two winning tickets have been announced for the the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot, the second-largest in U.S. history.
Congress passes bill to ease across-the-board spending cuts and threat of future government shutdowns.
Expert discusses the most common holiday decoration dangers and important steps to keep your home and family safe.
School officials have released a statement regarding the police investigation into an alleged hazing incident in a facility on school property.
Two people die in an accident this evening in Dubois County.
Accused LAX Airport gunman Paul Ciancia is formally indicted on murder charges today.
It's a step in the right direction for the coal gasification plant proposed for Rockport, Indiana. Tuesday the Indiana Supreme Court ruled in favor of the developer, Indiana Gasification.
Kentucky's governor wants to pump more money into education, even if it means making cuts in other parts of the state budget.
An Evansville man arrested, accused of stealing clothes from Eastland Mall, and attacking security guards.
$636 million! That's the jackpot for the Mega Millions Lottery.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is hitting the road to pitch his job improvement plan.
17 months after Patriot Coal filed for bankruptcy, a federal bankruptcy court approves the company's re-organization plan.
The contract for Evansville's Fire Department union is approved.
Following our last round of Winter weather, there are still local agencies trying to get back on track now that the roads are clear.
It may be Winter break at Indiana State University but the campus is still busy. An oil company has begun its drilling.
The staff of St. Mary's Medical Center come together to provide families with an early Christmas.
A piece of history in Evansville has been getting a facelift on its exterior.
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a house fire in Gibson County.
It's not been a fun day to travel on the Henderson strip.
Indiana State Police investigate accident involving Evansville INDOT worker Tuesday.
City officials already say the land is available to house the IU Medical School downtown. Now it's asking for potential developers to submit a request for qualification, or basically a resume explaining why it's qualified.
A gunman opened fire at a hospital campus in Reno on Tuesday, killing one person and wounding two others before turning the weapon on himself.
City of Owensboro is taking major strides to revitalize the city and invest in citizens.
Angela Woosley with the Green River District Health Department offered suggestions for activities to entertain kids while they are home for winter break.
Looking for Last-Minute Gift? Mesker Park Zoo Offers Annual Membership Deal
Year-end analysis reveals topics that fascinated the world
State's high court clears the way for construction of coal-gasification plant in Rockport, Indiana.
Republican Congressmen from Kentucky telling the Supreme Court the EPA needs to back off coal power plants.
Henderson Police are looking into an alleged hazing incident involving members of the Henderson County HS baseball team.
In an update to a story Eyewitness News first reported, the Evansville Police Merit Commission has decided to terminate Officer Steve Hicks, the department's reigning Officer of the Year. Hicks was accused of inappropriately touching a female bartender while on-duty.
Evansville's Inland Marina has been around for 50 years -- but is it safe? One man suggests it's not. John Graybill says the marina isn't safe for boaters or their boats.
Those vitamins you take. An editorial in this week's Annals of Internal Medicine Journal is getting attention.
Developers say heavy construction will start January 2nd, and could take 9 to 10 months to complete. It will reopen as a 120 room hotel, with a steakhouse, bar, and banquet room.
The University of Kentucky is awarded an $11.3 million federal grant to support research on two health issues plaguing the state: obesity and cardiovascular disease.
A fast acting Indiana State Trooper helps a driver suffering from an apparent diabetic episode.
A Tri-State auto dealership presents it contribution to promoting male cancer awareness.
The search is on for a pair of armed gunmen wanted for two robberies in Owensboro.
A tentative groundbreaking date is set on the new downtown hotel.
A rising star in the Evansville Police Department loses his job after a decision from the Police Merit Commission.
Tina Stein joined Eyewitness News in September 2013. She comes from Rockford, Illinois where she spent seven years at WIFR-TV, most recently as Evening News Anchor. During her time in Rockford, Tina was named Best News Anchor by the Illinois Broadcasters Association and won eleven Associated Press awards for her reporting, including Best News Reporter and Best Investigation. One of her investigations uncovered sex offenders were working as election judges in schools. Her report prompted the Winnebago County Clerk to require background checks on all election judges. Tina is a graduate of the University of Iowa. There she helped launch the first student-run television station. She also served as President of Gamma Phi Beta sorority and the student chapter of RTNDA. While in college, Tina held internships at WGN in Chicago, Tribune Broadcasting in Washington, WMTV in Madison, KCRG in Cedar Rapids and WIFR in Rockford.
Laura Kirtley joined Eyewitness News as host of Lifestyles and anchor of the noon broadcast. She is excited to be back in the area after working as a morning anchor/reporter for WLFI in West Lafayette, Ind. While at WLFI, Laura was proud to focus on education, health, and wellness stories. She was the station's reporter for HELEN Magazine, a magazine created for local women.
For some it's a calling. For others it's a career or a conviction. For Jordan, it's all three. As a passionate, dedicated, and natural born storyteller, he looks forward to every day where he gets to report on what matters here in the Tri-State.
Ryan joined the Eyewitness News team in September 2011 as a reporter/multimedia journalist. He graduated from West Virginia University in May 2011 with degrees in Journalism and Communications.
Randall tries to take a simple approach to his job, look at every story from a sports fan's point of view and to just have fun. He is a sports fan himself and feels that is what sports is all about, just having fun.
The first Tri-State broadcaster elected to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle Hall of Fame, Brad Byrd is now in his 36th year as Lead News Anchor for Eyewitness News.
Wayne has been the Chief Meteorologist for Eyewitness News since 1993 and is now in his 29th year as a television meteorologist.
Kayla Moody joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter/multi-media journalist in July 2011. In September 2011 she became the morning live reporter for Eyewitness News and a host of Local 7 Lifestyles. Three months later she became a nightside reporter, primarily reporting for the 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Tabnie Dozier comes to Eyewitness News from Western Kentucky University where she graduated with honors in May 2011 with a degree in Broadcast News and a Spanish minor.
Shalah Sasse joined Eyewitness News in September 2009. Shalah reports and co-anchors Eyewitness News at 9:00 p.m.
Drew Amman joined Eyewitness News in January 2009. He continues to do what he started in 2003...that's cover the tri-state.
2011 marks Randy's Moore's 31st year at Eyewitness News. He started as a news reporter in 1980, switched to sports for 10 years, then returned to news where he has been the primary news anchor for the past two decades
Ron Rhodes is an Owensboro, Kentucky native, so he knows just how challenging predicting Tri-State weather can be...
Fadia Patterson joined Eyewitness News as a Weekday Reporter and Weekend Producer in August 2013. She is excited to be working in the Tristate. She comes to the River City from the Music City. She Previously worked as a Video Journalist for City TV Channel 10 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and as a Community Affairs Producer/Reporter at WTVX "CW West Palm" in Florida.