It's about nine months since those secret waiting lists were exposed at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA admits as many as 40 veterans died waiting for care.
It started Monday at the Evansville City Council meeting, but Thursday, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke gets a scathing letter from a council member, suggesting his plan to increase security is costing a community their safety.
An Owensboro metal recycling company celebrates a major safety award for staying sharp on the job.
A job fair is held Thursday in Henderson for laid off Patriot Coal mine workers, and organizers say there was a huge turnout.
Ivy Tech Community College announces a new program to help students in Perry County prepare for their future.
New information is released Thursday in the case of a Muhlenberg County School Board member at the center of controversy.
A seven month investigation into crimes against children leads to the arrest of a Tell City man.
Kentucky State Police are investigating an inmate stabbing at a prison in Eddyville.
A Hopkins County man charged with the death of an infant is arraigned.
The Malaysian government says last year's loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was an accident, and officials say all the people on board are presumed dead.
The U.S. Senate passes a bipartisan bill to approve the construction of the Keystone Pipeline XL.
Some Evansville middle schoolers turn their ideas into reality.
The National Blue Ribbon Schools program has been recognizing the most successful public schools across the country since 1982.
The state superintendent for Indiana schools speaks at a House committee hearing Thursday about a proposal to have state board members elect their own chairman.
Sister Linda Campbell will be opening the doors of Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Monastery in Phoenix, Arizona to Super Bowl tourists this weekend.
Some are unhappy about the impending road closures on Zion Road, which will take at least four or five months.
The Elk Creek Mine outside Madisonville will stop production as of January, 2016, making futures of hundreds of mine workers, and coal severance dollars, uncertain.
Celebrating approval from the federal government, Indiana Governor Mike Pence makes a stop in Evansville touting an expansion to the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Janice Hale Works for the Evansville African American Museum, Once an Apartment, Where She Lived as a Child.
A former Evansville city official is sentenced to prison time for laundering drug money, and then using that revenue for business deals.
The state superintendent for Indiana schools is speaking at a House committee hearing about a proposal to have state board members elect their own chairman.
Winter Jam Tour Spectacular 2015 kicks off Thursday night at the Ford Center in Evansville at 6:00pm.
A boil advisory that was issued for some residents in Sebree, Kentucky has been lifted.
Ford Motor Company is pledging to bounce back in 2015. This after America's second-largest automaker reported a sharp drop in profits at the end of last year.
According to Indiana Governor Mike Pence's Twitter account, 'JustIN' is out.
Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch promised a better relationship with Congress during her confirmation hearing on Wednesday, hoping to turn the page from her would-be predecessor, Eric Holder. Lynch answered questions on immigration, marijuana and the death penalty.
The state fire marshal says that a fatal fire in Posey County earlier this month was intentionally set.
French Lick and West Baden are the latest victims of a cyber attack. And if you visited in the last nine months, you could be too.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke responds to City Council's controversial residency ordinance with a legal challenge.
Brad Byrd sits down with Bob Warren, the Executive Director of the Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau, to discuss the need for the convention hotel and its impact on tourism in Evansville.
Some local students work hard for a free trip to Disney World, and it's thanks to fundraising efforts by the Evansville Police Department.
Newly named Evansville City Council President Dr. H. Dan Adams officially announces he will seek a third term.
Security is about to get beefed up at the C.K. Newsome Center.
Habitat for Humanity in Henderson dedicates its 53rd home today.
The Vanderburgh Humane Society is suspending its cat adoption and surrender program as it treats its felines against ringworm.
Kiwanis International is celebrating 100 years as an organization.
A fourth person has been charged in a deadly home explosion case in Indianapolis that killed a tri-state man and his wife.
The Board of Directors for the Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville (G.A.G.E.) announced today that Debbie Dewey, President of the Growth Alliance, will be departing the organization.
Sawed off shotguns take center stage in the Indiana General Assembly.
Eight million dollar Gibson County Fairgrounds expansion moves forward.
A South Carolina judge on Wednesday threw out the convictions of the Friendship Nine, who were jailed in 1961 after a sit-in protest in Rock Hill, South Carolina, during the civil rights movement.
A man admits to robbing two Evansville convenience stores and is now headed to prison.
A former tri-state high school basketball coach has his trial date set in Vanderburgh County Court.
After a long search by deputies and state police troopers, a Kentucky man wanted in a string of arsons is in custody.
The Daviess County Sheriff's Office is investigating an act of violence at Apollo High School that left three adults with injuries.
The burial of the late Senator Wendell Ford was undoubtedly a somber occasion Tuesday. Vice President Joe Biden and former President Bill Clinton traveled to Owensboro to pay their respects.
Indiana farmers enjoyed a record growth of popcorn last year.
He was accused of robbing two stores on Evansville's east side and using the money to buy drugs. Now, he will serve several years in prison.
Angry neighbors storm out of the Webster County courthouse Tuesday night after an apartment complex gets approval to build.
Vanderburgh Humane Society suspends all cat surrenders and adoptions due to a contagious feline illness.