Evansville Police are investigating a possible shooting that left one man dead near the downtown area.
Brad Byrd sits down with Owensboro speed painter Aaron Kizer to discuss Thursday's autograph event with University of Kentucky Basketball star Karl-Anthony Towns and his inspiration behind speed painting.
Due to a water main break on Court St., a precautionary boil advisory has been issued.
A silver alert has been issued for Robert "Bob" Wayne Dixon, of Evansville.
As primary results roll in Tuesday night, tensions boiled over between democratic city council members. The hotly-contested election ended, not with a handshake.
Severe storms tore through the Midwest, bringing tornadoes, flooding and heavy winds to parts of Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.
Changes to the work release program aims to rehabilitate more offenders in Vanderburgh County.
Thursday is the National Day of Prayer and some Tri-Staters are trying to get the word out.
Evansville officials say demolition of a house where three fires happened in recent months could start as soon as next month.
New HIV cases are being diagnosed every day. The epidemic is reason for alarm in the Tri-State. Tina Stein's special report: Injecting Indiana Thursday on Eyewitness News at Ten.
The International Revolving Door Company is finally closing after producing revolving doors for buildings all around the world for over a hundred years.
With one of the busiest flower days of the year nipping at his heals, one flower shop owner says he's ready for the rush.
An Owensboro teen reported missing is found nearly 200 miles from home and the girl he was with is found in Spencer County.
Meth. 20 pounds of marijuana, and a stolen hand gun are all found in a Henderson home.
The FAA reveals a new program that will test if drones could be flown safely beyond a pilot's sight.
The Indiana Court of Appeals is hearing an Evansville case dating back to September 2011 involving Mesker Park Zoo and a man carrying a gun.
Deflate-gate couldn't rain on the New England Patriots Super Bowl parade, but it did cast a dark cloud over the victory. Now the team's once again under fire.
A new waterline's being installed on Washington Avenue, and it's going to cause some travel issues.
Kentucky State Police charge a local state park employee for allegedly having child pornography on his work computer.
The Gibson County Sheriff's Office sponsors the ninth annual Gibson County Law Enforcement Memorial Blood Drive.
Police are trying to identify a couple they believe stole a large amount of merchandise from WalMart last month.
Authorities make two arrests after a stolen pest control trailer was recovered in Illinois.
A delivery driver in Louisville is being hailed for his dedication after a violent attack and carjacking.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Wednesday that she wants the Justice Department to investigate the force.
For the first time in half a century, the U.S. Treasury Department approves licenses for ferry service between the states and Cuba.
Incumbent Republican Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and Democrat Gail Riecken both ran unopposed Tuesday.
Missy Mosby, 2nd Ward City Councilwoman, was in a tight race for much of Tuesday's Democratic primary.
For Republicans, there were only a few major races Tuesday in Evansville.
Evansville City Council incumbent Al Lindsey lost his 6th Ward seat Tuesday in the city primaries.
The 2015 Evansville primaries have led to a shakeup in the at-large city council races with one incumbent already losing their seat.
The court will hear the case of a local man thrown out of Mesker Park Zoo for carrying a gun.
In Evansville, there was a late night fire Tuesday on a piece of property firefighters are all too familiar with.
American roots duo Billy Strings and Don Julin will be performing at 7 p.m. at the International Bluegrass Music Museum on Wednesday.
The results are in for the Indiana Primary elections with some major changes in Evansville.
It's a union of the incumbents and newcomers Tuesday night. Republican headquarters had plenty of smiles, laughter, and rounds of applause, and for a couple of candidates, offered a unique experience.
Brad Byrd sits down with Dr. Matt Hanka, an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern Indiana, to discuss the Indiana Primary election results and looking ahead to the November general elections.
Brad Byrd talks with Alex Burton about tonight's primary election and moving on to November's general election.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence signs a bill into law that expands needle exchange programs to counties facing health emergencies, like the recent HIV outbreak.
Owensboro City Commissioners approve the budget that slashes funding for Hillcrest Golf Course.
Another company is pledging to remove all artificial additives to its food. Panera Bread says it will get rid of all preservatives by the end of next year.
Many questions remain unanswered as the EVSC approves six new administrative positions in the 2015-16 school year.
Taya Kyle is sharing her memories of fallen veteran Chris Kyle in her new memoir.
The bill to allow land-based casinos in Indiana is now on Governor Mike Pence's desk Monday.
As you head to the polls, you'll likely be greeted by several volunteers outside asking you to vote for their candidate.
Century Aluminum officials say the lockout of hundreds of union members at their Hawesville Plant will go forward.
An actress known for her work in comedies like "Wedding Crashers" and "The Wedding Singer" has passed away.
Passionate about the process; volunteers are out in force encouraging everyone to get the vote out.
A proposed tax increase to help fund a Tri-State golf course is scheduled for discussion Tuesday evening.
In Western Kentucky, potholes will be repaired on city maintained roads in Madisonville beginning Wednesday lasting through May 8.
The Republican presidential field is growing by leaps and bounds as former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee declares his intention to run for president Tuesday in Hope, Arkansas.