Brad Byrd sits down with Bubbles to talk about why The Pub has been sold, and what the future holds for the establishment.
A Madisonville couple faces multiple charges regarding sexual abusing of two juveniles.
A former certified medical technician from Hopkins County is sentenced to prison for abuse and neglect.
According to court documents obtained by Eyewitness News, Thomas Elpers, one of the alleged masterminds of a $1.5 million equipment theft ring that was dismantled earlier this year, The 62-year-old has been charged with felony insurance fraud. Elpers allegedly registered a VIN number, or vehicle identification number, on a vehicle that had been fraudulently reported stolen, court records state.
An Evansville woman celebrates a very special birthday on Monday.
An afternoon accident on I-69 sends two women to the hospital and stops traffic for miles.
A trial date now set for an Evansville man accused of setting a deadly fire.
Sixteen years ago 12 students and one teacher were killed at Columbine High School.
A Muhlenberg County Man is sentenced for his role in last fall's attempted murder of a Sheriff's Deputy.
Proposed sanitation fee and property value revenue increases, and planned closure of city golf course among items in budget for 2015-16.
An Evansville man allegedly pretending to be a cop finds himself arrested by real cops. Some of what the suspect said when he was arrested also has police concerned.
EVSC students are now in their third week of virtual make-up days.
The HIV outbreak is not slowing down in Southern Indiana.
Hundreds of Newburgh families are dealing without power for much of the day.
A Tri-State native speaks to Eyewitness News on his experience in this year's marathon.
Owensboro Health announces a new name and brand for its medical group at a news conference Monday.
United Way of Southwestern Indiana is kicking off their 3rd annual “Spring Into Caring” food drive.
Apple could be on track to become America's first one-trillion-dollar company. That's according to FBR capital markets analyst Daniel Ives in a research note.
A California woman broke her own eating record in a Texas restaurant on Sunday.
Hundreds came together to remember those lost and injured in the deadliest domestic terror attack in US history on Sunday.
New information overnight shows nearly 13 inches of rain falling in Evansville since March 1.
On May 5, the former Arkansas governor says he will reveal whether or not he will run for president.
Congressman John Shimkus of Illinois's 15th congressional district will be available to meet with local constituents in Edwards County Monday.
The Evansville Country Club is hosting a charity golf event Monday to benefit the Make-A-Wish foundation in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
For the second time since the deadly bombings of 2013, thousands of runners will crowd the streets of Boston on Monday for the annual Boston Marathon.
On Sunday, agents arrested two people in San Diego and four in Minneapolis.
Memorial graduate Chase Meneely's family and friends cheered him on as he competed on Food Network's Guy's Grocery Games Sunday evening.
We now know the cause of Saturday's crash on Oakhill Rd. that knocked out power to hundreds, and closed part of the road for more than an hour.
When it rains, the combined sewers located in the older areas of Evansville can overflow into Pigeon Creek and the Ohio River. One homeowner tells Eyewitness News something needs to be done.
The US Coast Guard rescues an ill boater by helicopter and the whole effort is caught on camera.
Firefighters responding to a house fire in thought they heard the screams of people inside, but was that what they really heard?
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomes several new members including a Beatle and the group that had everyone saying 'I Love Rock and Roll'.
Two Dubois County women took the stage Friday night hoping to be cheerleaders for the Indianapolis Colts; only one made the team.
Soldier Dogs for Independence held their second annual Paws for Vets to raise money, helping veterans adjust to life after service with service dogs.
The sound of jazz was accompanied by art, wine and craft beers at Huntingburg's Garden Gate Festival.
Those looking for a good deal, or looking to get ride of some used items, were encouraged to come out to Saturday's event at the Restore in Chandler.
Many came out Saturday to Evansville's Fitness in the Park at Wesselman Park.
Rain barrels in the annual "Dasani Every Drop Counts" rain barrel silent auction were displayed at Mesker Park Zoo and Botanical Gardens Saturday.
Police are investigating a stabbing that happened around noon Sunday at a convenience store.
After a months long investigation, Shane Yater is arrested for allegedly trying to coerce a minor into meeting him with the intention of having sex.
A crash on Oakhill Rd. knocks out power to around 380 Vectren customers.
Officials say a pile of rags 6 to 7 feet tall caught on fire at the uniform business.
A health alert is issued in New York state following a dramatic spike in hospital visits for synthetic marijuana-related emergencies.
A man riding a bike was hit on Green Street Sunday and had to be taken to the hospital for his injuries.
The Purdue Alumni Club and Community One partnered together to help one Evansville resident restore her home.
Evansville's original comic convention is back. Pop!Con is centered around comics and pop-culture.
Police say a pit bull had to be tased after reports of it terrorizing kids, mauling a dog and chasing a cat.
Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden hosts 'Party for the Planet ' on Saturday.
The gorgeous spring weather brought many out to the Henderson Tri-Fest, which has experienced rainy weather the past couple of years.
The energy company supposed to bring more than 100 jobs to Evansville now owes the city more than $180,000.