The State Department is set to release the next set of Hillary Clinton's emails Tuesday.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush called the Confederate flag a racist symbol.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to announce Tuesday that he will run for president.
Tens of thousands of protesters in Greece have joined their prime minister in calling for the Greek people to reject a deal from the country's creditors.
An Indiana rescue shelter saves three dogs in the nick of time.
The EVSC School Board and Teamsters Local 215 met Monday and agreed to continue collective bargaining talks on Tuesday, which is the last day of their current contract.
Brad Byrd talks with Water and Sewer Utility Director Allen Mounts about the ongoing sewer overhaul and how property owners could be impacted by obstructions blocking access to easements and manholes. More information on the "Clear Path" effort can be found by clicking here.
Miles of sewer lines across Evansville are in need of inspection and cleaning. An EPA mandate puts the city under a microscope, and some neighbors are in the path.
Indiana State Police arrest an Evansville man after an investigation revealed he allegedly battered a 14-year-old boy while tied to a tree.
The moment has come for Tamera Lewis to receive the keys to her new home sponsored by Eyewitness News.
A string of suspicious fires in recent months has residents in one Evansville neighborhood concerned and worried. Dating back to last fall, there have been at least four suspicious fires in the area of the 1000 block of North Third Avenue, according to police incident reports. The most recent fire happened early Sunday morning, engulfing a garage. Investigators later determined it to be arson.
Officials say construction is moving right along on the Evansville cloverleaf project at Highway 41 and the Lloyd Expressway.
ATV accidents seem to be at the forefront during the summer. Now, one Newburgh resident hopes her story will show parents and children the dangers of an ATV.
Owensboro residents will celebrate the riverfront's newest addition just as they celebrate the country's independence.
It looks like there will be at least one contested race for a Newburgh Town Council seat this fall.
Under pressure from a number of Hispanic groups, NBC Universal is severing its business ties to presidential candidate Donald Trump.
If you stop by D-Patrick BMW in Evansville and test drive a new car, ten dollars will be donated to Team USA.
ShrinersFest was one for the record books. The Hadi Shriners say the event was the most successful in both attendance and attractions.
Evansville police arrest a man on two felony warrants after officers say he repeatedly resisted them.
Reports of a reckless driver lead to drunk driving, drug charges for local man.
A number of suspicious bank transactions leads to the arrest of an Evansville woman.
One woman is under arrest after allegedly crashing into a home in Henderson County.
A trial date has been set for one of the two people charged in connection with a massive fire at Evansville's Inland Marina back in February.
It's safe to say everyone is relieved the search for an escaped killer is now over.
Man hospitalized after a Sunday morning motorcycle accident.
(CNN) In a loss for the Obama administration, the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA unreasonably interpreted the Clean Air Act when it decided to set limits on the emissions of toxic pollutants from power plants without first considering the costs of the industry to do so.
A controversial lethal injection drug can be used for executions. That's the decision of the US Supreme Court.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear is ordering flags at all state office buildings to be lowered to half staff Monday in honor of a state police trooper killed in the line of duty.
Ohio's Republican Governor John Kasich will announce his presidential candidacy on July 21 according to sources who spoke to CNN.
Independence Day is right around the corner and we've got the local firework schedules.
In Perry County, an accident involving an ATV and a pickup truck sends one man to the hospital.
Two officers were allegedly assaulted Saturday night at the Time Out Lounge on Evansville's east side.
Determined to make it to ShrinersFest, an Evansville woman finds herself in jail after allegedly assaulting an officer.
An Evansville man is in jail Sunday night after allegedly fondling himself in front of three children.
The 13th annual ShrinersFest was a huge success, breaking attendance records and bringing in the largest attractions to date.
The picnic was held at Panther Creek Park in Owensboro. Even though some states are not abiding by the supreme courts ruling to allow same-sex couples to marry, it didn't stop this celebration.
Evansville Police were called out for a domestic dispute, but they instead found drugs - and a lot of them.
Authorities say escaped convict David Sweat is now in custody.
An unmanned Space-X spacecraft headed for the international space station exploded just minutes after take-off.
The Evansville Police Department says a man was shot at Show Me's Restaurant Bar & Grill off of Morgan Center Drive in Evansville Saturday night.
The long-awaited Vectren ShrinersFest Airshow dazzled a large crowd as planes flew across the Ohio River, performing an array of aerial acrobatics.
LST 325 relived its World War II days at a reenactment of Operation Husky, or the Allied Invasion of Sicily, Saturday morning in Evansville.
Thousands are without power in Indiana following heavy rain and storms Saturday morning.
The Confederate flag has temporarily been removed by two activists at the South Carolina State House Saturday morning.
One Evansville mother held on tight today as she remembered her late son. It was a special memory that one ShrinersFest Air Show pilot made happen.
Brad Byrd sits down with the Well-Traveled Flag's owner, Dave Walker, to discuss the history of the flag and the impact it has left on many people.
An Ohio County man is arrested on meth charges after calling 911 himself.
It's billed as one of the biggest ShrinersFest's in recent years, and a big reason why – the Navy's Blue Angels are in town.
Workers, many of them volunteers, are hard at work this weekend at ShrinersFest keeping people healthy and safe.
History is made today as the U.S. Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal nationwide.