With parts of Highway 351 and Zion Road set to be closed for the next few months, the Henderson Fire Department will help assist Zion firefighters in responding to calls.
A traffic stop leads Kentucky State Police to arrest two people on drug-related charges Saturday night.
The Vanderburgh County Humane Society held their 4th annual 'Spay-ghetti and No Balls' fundraiser Sunday.
Boating enthusiasts from across the Tri-State came out to see the latest products the 2015 boating season has to offer.
Evansville Police constructed an undercover operation at an Evansville hotel this weekend that sent six people to jail on prostitution charges.
Owensboro Police release the name of the pedestrian that died after being hit by a vehicle Saturday night.
A Washington man is arrested for speeding - but when he allegedly tries to fight the law - the law wins.
Wordsmiths and spelling enthusiasts competed at a Scrabble tournament Saturday afternoon to help raise money for The Literacy Center.
The River City Bop Club held their 4th annual Swing Fling this weekend in Evansville.
Hundreds got out of the cold and walked for a cause inside Eastland Mall.
It may not be spring yet, but on Saturday, those with an interest in gardening were able to learn the skills of pruning.
Those searching for a bargain made it out early Saturday morning to the VFW on Wabash Ave. in Evansville.
According to the arrest affidavit - detectives placed an advertisement for sex online and six people showed up.
Family members say they found Franklin McCracken, 30, unresponsive, in a home in West Baden.
For the seventh year in a row, the EPA says the Ohio River is the most contaminated body of water in the nation.
Eyewitness News was on the scene of a two car accident in Henderson at the intersection of Gardenmile and Airline Rd.
Congress approves a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security for one week.
American exports are reaching all-time highs across the country, and the White House is taking notice of a tiny Posey County town.
There is one day left in February, which also means one more day for the national celebration of Black History Month, and a local school gets involved with a special assembly.
If Senate Bill 566 passes the house, the I-STEP program could be replaced with a national test.
A popular winter destination in Evansville will temporarily close in a few weeks.
The Department of Homeland Security is set to shutdown at midnight. Congress is at odds over how to avoid that from happening.
In Ohio County man accused of nearly 20 arsons, faces more arson charges.
Eight people and a suspect are dead across south-central Missouri.
We're hearing from a group that helps people impacted by AIDS and HIV.
The Evansville firefighter who rescued a dog from a frozen pond receives a special award.
We've been reporting about increased funding to remove blighted homes from Vanderburgh County. Now we learn two other Indiana counties receive money as well.
As schools prepare students for the I-STEP hearings continued in the Hoosier State as teachers and parents vented their concern over the proposed changes to the A-through-F accountability model.
An Evansville man accused of having homemade bombs in his home accepts a plea deal on Friday.
A former treasurer under investigation is now facing federal charges.
Evansville police say they've made an arrest in connection with a late night home invasion.
The Memorial Community Development Corporation celebrates the end of some projects and the start of others.
Vanderburgh County coroners say they're buying more equipment to handle more cases involving overweight Tri-Staters.
Some Evansville Middle School students getting extra pumped up for one of their biggest tests of the year.
A two vehicle crash claims one life in southern Indiana. Indiana State Police say it happened on US 231, south of I-64.
State health officials announce an outbreak of HIV is quickly spreading in southeastern Indiana. Officials say it's linked to drug abuse.
Investigators discovered a woman crash victim several hours after her wreck.
A Washington mother hears for the first time after receiving a hearing aid free of charge.
Merchandise exports from Indiana surpassed $35 billion in 2014, setting a new record.
The IRS says it has already paid out $125 billion in refunds.
ISP say woman lost control of her SUV on an icy road and was killed when her car flipped.
The Vanderburgh County Humane Society hosts their annual 'Spay-ghetti and No Balls' fundraiser. Everyone is invited to attend from 11am-2:00pm Sunday afternoon.
Kristi Yamaguchi offers tips and personal anecdotes on what has helped her children develop a love of reading.
The ATHENA Award® Luncheon took place Friday at Old National Events Plaza in downtown Evansville.
According to ABC News Leonard Nimoy has died.
One of the nation's most influential figures in higher education and the Catholic church has died. Former Notre Dame University President Reverend Theodore Hesburgh died around 11:30 last night at his home near the Notre Dame campus.
An Indiana teenager was convicted of murder and sentenced to 55 years in prison. Now, the Indiana Supreme Court is considering whether it will hear Blake Layman's case.
Another special hearing pushed back Thursday regarding the McCurdy Hotel building that has been withering on the vine for years.
City officials providing more appealing welcome mats for visitors driving into Evansville.
The land-based casino bill passed the Indiana House on Wednesday but still has to make its way through the Senate and to the governor's desk. But Tropicana Evansville has the city's full support to move to land if the legislation becomes law.