At least 100 people from Spencer County pack the Grandview Civic Center for a political forum.
One of the oldest buildings in Vanderburgh County and even the state may be getting a touch-up.
A Florida man is arrested in the Hartford, Kentucky area after an alleged drug deal involving thousands of dollars in prescription pills.
On Thursday, September 25, the Indiana Section of the American Water Works Association will host the Annual Water for People benefit concert.
Indiana 8th District U.S. Represenative Larry Bucshon shares his thoughts on the recent airstrikes in Syria. Congressman Bucshon also discusses being featured on "The Daily Show" and becoming the brunt of the joke.
Members of the Lorraine Park Neighborhood Association meet Tuesday evening to learn how to detect gang activity.
A violent case of animal cruelty is now closed as a man pleads guilty to killing a dog with a brick.
A big marijuana bust in southern Illinois leads to an arrest.
An Ohio County man is charged with rape.
The Pink Hotties at Boonville Warrick County Public Library fight one of life's toughest chapters together.
With their names carved on a wall, four late Evansville firefighters will be remembered forever. Their names were added the Fallen Firefighter Memorial Wall in Colorado this weekend by the International Association of Firefighters. However, this tremendous honor isn't the only way their legacy lives on.
A U.S. Dept. of Commerce report shows the Owensboro area as one of the fastest growing areas in Kentucky.
Tuesday is the 3rd annual National Voters Registration Day. It's a day created to bring awareness to voting, and to remind Americans the deadline to register to vote for the November election is coming up.
It's a big day at Memorial High School. After eight years of construction, the major campus expansion is finally finished.
"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart is known for political satire and Monday night he set his target on Congressman Bucshon.
A special committee is being formed to make a recommendation when it comes to possibly re-opening the New Harmony Bridge.
A boil advisory issued on Saturday has been lifted for a Warrick County town.
A Vanderburgh County Commissioner is in stable condition after suffering an apparent heart attack.
The trial of five former pawn shop employees accused of selling stolen items in Madisonville gets started.
Senator Coats from Indiana proposed a plan to thwart ISIS terrorism here at home. US Senator McConnell supports Presidents Obama's airstrikes in Syria.
An escaped inmate from central Kentucky has been captured in Owensboro.
Links to the munchie map, rides, maps, schedules and more for the Westside Nut Club's mammoth Fall Festival.
The ex-wife, who now lives in Indianapolis, describes the man accused of charging the White House and making it through the front doors.
According to a recent poll, despite earning thousands more a year than their parents, Generation X has accumulated less wealth.
FICO 9 will go into effect later this year. Once in place, FICO 9 will penalize people less for having unpaid medical bills. It will also ignore bills that have been paid off through a collections agency, and it will give a break to young people who don’t have much credit history.
The greater Jasper School Board has approved the Jasper High School Football Boosters Club to start raising money for an all-purpose artificial turf for Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium.
A US military offensive got underway overnight in Syria, where the United States along with several Arab nations began an attack meant to cripple the terrorist organization "ISIS."
Activist Tim Wise is one who isn't afraid to speak his mind about our nation's issues when it comes to race and diversity.
Eyewitness News on the scene of a two car crash in downtown Owensboro.
Kentucky Wesleyan receives a hefty federal grant today.
A southern Illinois woman is in the hospital tonight after being hit by a car in a school parking lot.
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking about gas leaks after Vectren repaired two breaks this morning and one on Friday.
Olive Garden's popular never ending pasta bowl promotion is back.
If you hear loud booms, shrieks and whistles in downtown Henderson this week -- don't be alarmed.
The owner of KC's Time Out Lounge is starting up a new business on Evansville's west side.
Almost two dozen officers surround a southern Illinois high school. Now, a man is in custody for prompting that response.
The Illinois Department of Public Health accepts its final applications for medical marijuana businesses. Several companies are vying for a chance to build cultivation centers in one district that includes Fairfeild, Albion and Grayville, Illinois.
The U.S. military announces it has commenced airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
More charges surface for a Central City man already in custody in connection with a couple home invasions.
A domestic dispute near Robards leads to gunshots and an arrest.
A plea deal is in the works in connection with a deadly bar fight in Dubois County.
Kentucky State Police foresee additional charges in a Saturday night wreck allegedly caused by a drunk driver.
A serious accident shuts down a major Posey County Road.
The ad from Republican Dianne Burns Mackey attacks her opponent, Democratic Rep. Jim Gooch, over an incident at a legislative conference.
A new group of correctional officers begin their training program at the Vanderburgh County jail.
A Tri-state real estate developer has passed away.
A Vanderburgh County Commissioner remains at Deaconess Hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack.
Research shows young voters could play a key role in the Kentucky U.S. senate.
A heads up now from Kentucky Energy and Environment officials who say we could be facing another propane shortage this winter.
Union County is the "King of Corn Production" in the Commonwealth. Farmers say this year looks to be no different and could set a county record for soy bean production.
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