Eyewitness News is on the scene of a deadly accident in Daviess Co., KY.
Fans say it's special because this team has been together since a young age. They've been through the ups and the downs, and now they're riding an all-time high.
Ohio Valley and Banktrust will officially merge this Monday to become Field and Main.
A boil advisory issued on Thursday for areas of N 5th Ave. from 2304 to 2332 has been lifted.
Swonder Ice Arena offered free ice skating lessons Saturday in celebration of National Skating Month.
The Southwest Indiana Chamber hosted the all-day event to teach political candidates what to expect during their campaign.
The Baptist Ministers and Deacons Alliance, NAACP and Work One are teaming up for a job fair.
A Henderson man is in jail tonight accused of robbing a local liquor store and Chuckles gas station.
Eyewitness News was on the scene of an accident at SR 57 and Kansas Rd.
Last month, a surveillance camera captured a pick-up truck backing into the store, shattering the glass on the door - the driver then walked into the store and stole items.
Hall of Famer and "Mr. Cub" Enie Banks has died at 83, just days before his 84th birthday.
Henderson Police say a man has confessed to robbing the Chuckles Gas Station on Thursday night and a liquor store in Henderson a week ago.
The perks of ordering online may be losing their edge. Amazon is now charging sales tax in all three states in our region.
It used to be the go-to shopping choice for bored fliers. But SkyMall says it's been ignored for iPads and laptops, so it has filed for bankruptcy.
A fad for some young tri-state students is turning dangerous. Some have ended up in the hospital after eating what's called a 'ghost pepper'.
The New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady are at the center of a scandal as we near Super Bowl Sunday. Local football players react.
A day care worker in Madisonville finds a marijuana cigarette in a baby's jacket. The parents are now facing drug trafficking charges.
More candidates filling up the ballot for Evansville City Council. Political newcomer Alex Burton announced today he is running for an at-large seat.
Today, Republican J.D. Strouth files to run for Evansville City Clerk.
North Elementary in Poseyville is nominated to be a National Blue Ribbon School.
The Indiana Attorney General's investigation into a Tri-State nursing home leads to another arrest.
The old New Harmony School has been saved from demolition at least for the time being.
A woman reported on Thursday a break-in at Harvest Time Church on W. Louisiana St.
The flu is still hitting the U.S. pretty hard. But the number of new infections seems to be slowing down from week to week.
First it was northbound, now the southbound Twin Bridge will be reduced to one lane.
A teen accused in a multi-state crime spree is back in Kentucky.
People who knew Ford outside of politics call him genuinely nice, friendly, and someone who will be remembered with high regard.
The Senate honors the late Kentucky U.S. Senator Wendell H. Ford in a special resolution. Kentucky's Governor, lawmakers and friends issue officials statements on his passing.
An investigation is taking place at Tecumseh Junior-Senior High School after a woman was robbed Thursday night.
Less snow and ice so far for the 2014-2015 winter is helping transportation departments keep stock supplies up.
OHS Head Football Coach Joe Prince Resigns.
A Chuckles Gas Station on the north side of Henderson is robbed allegedly at gun point, and the suspect is still on the loose.
The deadline has passed, and still no word from ISIS on the fate of two Japanese hostages.
Troopers say burglar climbed tv antenna and removed a window screen of the home.
Former Kentucky Senator and Governor will lie in state in Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort this Sunday.
After several fatal accidents at the intersection of U.S. 231 and S.R. 62 in Spencer County, community members ask INDOT to find a safer solution.
Muhlenberg County School board members heard from both sides on a plan to add the tax to offset a recently approved teacher pay cut.
Visitation and funeral arraignments have been released for Wendell Ford, who passed away early Thursday morning at 90-years-old.
An alleged armed ambush at a Tri-State school. A woman was robbed while walking to her car in the parking lot of Tecumseh High School.
Brad Byrd sits down with Dr. Matt Hanka, an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern Indiana, to discuss Ford's impact while serving in Washington, D.C.
A proposed Indiana bill could soon allow direct wine shipping if passed in the legislature this year.
Some abandoned homes will be coming down in Warrick County.
A fifth person is now arrested in an ongoing burglary investigation that spans two counties.
A new bill in Indiana aims to better protect homeowners from mine subsidence.
It's a sad day in Western Kentucky as folks who knew him well learned of Wendell Ford's death.
An overturned semi is causes traffic to back up Thursday on the Western Kentucky Parkway at the Central City exit.
DNR Will Begin Construction to Help Prevent Subsidence.
The Wendell H. Ford Government Education Center is dedicated to engaging people in western Kentucky in the governmental process.
A new bank branch will soon be completed in Warrick County.
A judge grants a delay in the raze order for the Owen Block building until March 12.