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.
The pastor who led opposition against a McLean County High School English assignment says he will not protest at the school.
The new head of the State Department of Veterans Affairs and former Miss America in Hanson today.
Henderson Police arrest a man accused of sexually abusing a 3-year-old.
A Tri-State Christian school has major changes on its agenda.
Police are searching for a man accused of stealing thousands of dollars from an elderly woman.
An Arizona shooting instructor has died after being shot by a 9 year-old student.
Time Warner Cable, one of the nation's largest cable and broadband providers, suffered an unusual nationwide internet outage early
The Frog Follies may be over, but car buffs can still get a glimpse of some cool rides later today. Nearly 1,000 corvettes will pass through Evansville on Wednesday
A no burn order is in Effect for Crittenden County effective 8-27-14.
The Teamsters President calls it "union busting. But, EVSC teachers will be getting a first look at the tentative contract agreement on Wednesday.
Eight entrepreneurs are partnering with Barbie® to inspire young girls to follow their dreams and share inspiration with the next generation of strong women. At Barbie.com/entrepreneur, they've shared insights and tips for moms and their young entrepreneurs. There are also online games, crafts and experiences for moms and girls to share.
If you have an HP laptop, you might want to check your charging cord.
Dr. John Myers with St. Mary's brings a timely topic to Lifestyles. The Ice Bucket Challenge is everywhere but what is ALS...what are the symptoms and who is at risk?
Marti Vanada and Delbert Goff with Pets for Vets is a local organization that rescues pets and pairs them with veterans returning from overseas.
Hundreds gather on the Daviess County court house lawn in Owensboro to hear from political candidates at the Red, White, and Blue Picnic. More than 20 politicians vying for various federal, state and local offices were at the event.
Before the Red, White, and Blue Picnic, Alison Lundergan Grimes talked with Eyewitness News about allegations regarding her campaign bus.
A Gibson County jury finds Austin Blaize, guilty of murder.
The sounds of the British invasion flood the Bosse High School choir room.
Brad Byrd sits down with Sheriff Wedding tonight to get his response to Lt. Byram's comments.
A pro BMX rider and "America's Got Talent" finalist brings his anti-bullying message to Evansville.
Austin Blaize has been found guilty of murder.
Some drivers call it random pop-up work zones throughout Evansville. A lot of intersections getting some makeovers.
The city of Evansville receives a $500,000 grant to go towards the long-standing remediation project at the former site of the Swanson Nunn building.
The Madisonville Fire Department has a million reasons to be thankful today.
Several stolen vehicles are discovered, leading to the arrest of a Hopkins County man.
The Dubois County Sheriff's Department confiscates hundreds of bottles of a liquid supplement from an unidentified Jasper convenience store.
An afternoon fire damages several cars at a Kia dealership near the Lloyd Expressway.
An Evansville man allegedly stealing a couple cans of soda from a food court ends up in a lot more trouble.
Burger King announced that it has reached a deal to buy Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons and base itself in Canada, a controversial transaction that raises questions about business taxes and corporate patriotism.
For the second year in a row, Ivy Tech Community College ranks first in the nation for the number of degrees granted.
A semi driver manages to escape injury before a train slams into his stuck truck in Hopkins County.
The EVSC is offering a chance for school secretaries and bus drivers to disband from Teamsters Local 215 and continue contract negotiations individually. Local 215 President Chuck Whobrey calls it "union busting."
Officials with the University of Evansville are making sure freshman students are kicking off a new school year on the right foot.
The first woman named dean of IU's Kelley School of Business makes a stop in Evansville today.
Some new protections for pregnant women working in Illinois.
Same-sex marriage supporters and opponents in the mid-west are weighing in on the legal battle as it heads to the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
California's Governor declared a state of emergency after Sunday's earthquake hit and was the strongest in the region in 25 years.
The World Health Organization is calling the death toll among health care workers in Western Africa "unprecedented."
The fire that broke out at an east side car lot appears accidental. Firefighters were treated for heat exhaustion on scene. Police say no one was hospitalized.
LATEST: According to Coroners, Carolyn McDonald was killed by a gunshot wound. Reportedly, William McDonald shot himself.
After roughly 20 minutes of deliberations, a Vanderburgh County jury finds a former Harrison High School teacher not guilty of criminal deviate conduct. Jordan McGuire, 27, was acquitted of charges stemming from a January 2012 incident in which it was alleged he performed oral sex on a 18-year-old male who had passed out drunk. However, McGuire's defense attorney, Scott Danks, argued the alleged victim was cognizant and aware of the sexual act taking place.
Ted Beck, President and CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education says proper money management needs to start early.
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh is in the hospital with serious injuries following a car crash in Eastern Vermont.
After hearing a station could be closed down, Princeton Territory firefighters band together. The territory's board members say it was just an idea, but the public took it seriously.
A Tristate police department is looking for new talent.
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