They plan to block certain gun sale posts.
Brad Byrd sits down with Evansville Diocese Bishop Charles Thompson to discuss Pope Francis, as he approaches his one year anniversary.
A jury reaches a verdict in the murder trial of an Evansville man.
A mobile home goes up in flames in McCutchanville.
The Kentucky House rejects changes to a bill that would restore voting rights to many felons.
Easter Seals is extending its Home Run Sweepstakes drawing because of low ticket sales.
Hundreds of professionals from around the country flock to downtown Evansville.
A local radio station is taking on childhood cancer.
The Children's Museum of Evansville has a big goal with its newest exhibit: Help kids live well.
The booking photo of a Henderson man accused of being a serial flasher has been released by authorities in Vanderburgh County.
They can fit in the size of your hand and they have been in the hands of Evansville Police officers for close to a month. But police and community leaders say the body-worn cameras have already had a big impact in just the first month.
Transportation officials want residents to know about a public information meeting next week regarding a major road project in Daviess County, Kentucky.
A former landscaper is accused of some illegal landscaping in his Evansville home.
Owensboro Police are looking for a suspect in a barber shop robbery.
Investigators say they've figured out what sparked a fire at an Evansville recycling plant earlier this week.
The General Assembly is considering a bill that gives schools a ten-day waiver for missed class time.
We now know the name of the driver of the truck that slammed into several cars before smashing into the side of Henderson's Walmart.
A woman and her children barely escape what could have been a deadly situation.
Personal Chef Cheryl Mochau Shares Egg Casserole Packed With Nutrients and Flavor
Dr. Harmon Share Energy Bar Recipe on Local 7 Lifestyles
WEHT Local, Local 7 WTVW and Eyewitness News partners with and salutes Habitat for Humanity of Evansville with an 8 month community education and public service partnership to help Habitat “bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.”
Staples plans to shut down 225 stores in North America.
Evansville Police release a photo of a truck that may belong to a storage theft suspect.
Kentucky State Police say president of youth basketball league misused funds.
Drew Amman and Evansville Sports Corporation Executive Director Jason Sands preview the GLVC Men's Basketball Tournament at the Ford Center.
Ohio County Jail: "This man is just a dangerous person. He is a person in our county, that doesn't need to be in our county anymore."
Habitat for Humanity of Evansville is marking a milestone this year, and Eyewitness News is honored to be a part of it.
In Indianapolis, four metro police officers were shot after police tried serving a drug warrant to a high risk felon.
Harry Phil Pearce, one of the Tri-State’s most highly decorated veterans, passed away last weekend.
Packages of original Skittles sold at a Richmond, Indiana gas station contained unconfirmed chemical substances.
Since Adam Hogan's death at Double Dukes Saloon Saturday night security guard Robert Brantley has been charged with murder and posted a $50,000 cash bond. Managers at the bar have stayed quiet, until now.
Districts across western Kentucky cancel classes Wednesday, citing roads not safe enough for buses.
Same-sex couples in southern Illinois are not racing to the court house to to apply for marriage licenses.
While the so-called "scooter bill" waits for Indiana Governor Mike Pence's signature, supporters are anxious to share the new rules of the road come January 1, 2015.
A couple facing 79 counts of a variety of animal cruelty charges appear in Henderson Court.
Evansville Police arrest a Henderson man they consider a serial flasher two days before he was supposed to be in court for similar charges. However, police say this could be just the beginning.
Most Kentuckians are thinking of the 2014 Senate race, but a Louisville businessman is thinking ahead to next year's governor's race.
Indiana Senator Dan Coats introduces a resolution aimed at punishing Russia for its involvement in Ukraine.
The final leg of a project that would improve the safety standards at the airport is now underway.
Brad Byrd sits down with Steve Smith, Interim Executive Director of Habitat of Evansville, and Stephanie Baker, who will soon be taking the key and opening the door to her new home.
Meteorologist Ron Rhodes catches up with Barbara Hobbs to discuss new Hoosier Millionaire road show.
Tri-Staters can experience an artist unlike any other, Andy Warhol.
Fat Tuesday yesterday means lent is underway today.
The SAT college entrance exam is getting a major overhaul.
An Owensboro man is sentenced for beating an elderly person to death at a nursing home.
The fourth suspect charged in connection with the death of Joseph Nelson makes his initial court appearance.
Snow plows from Hopkins County and Muhlenberg County are helping crews in Christian County, where the latest snow storm has caused a mess on Interstate 24.
This time last year, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet used around 160,000 pounds of road salt. Right now, that number is almost triple.
Target is making some changes after a data breach impacted millions of customers.
The Centers for Disease Control says many hospitals are over prescribing antibiotics, and the practice is putting patients at risk.
Joe “the weather” Bird is the newest member of the Weather Authority team. He joined Eyewitness News in November 2013 when making the journey up to the Tri-State from Shelbyville, Tennessee.
Tina Stein joined Eyewitness News in September 2013. She comes from Rockford, Illinois where she spent seven years at WIFR-TV, most recently as Evening News Anchor.
Laura Kirtley joined Eyewitness News as host of Lifestyles and anchor of the noon broadcast. She is excited to be back in the area after working as a morning anchor/reporter for WLFI in West Lafayette, Ind. While at WLFI, Laura was proud to focus on education, health, and wellness stories. She was the station's reporter for HELEN Magazine, a magazine created for local women.
For some it's a calling. For others it's a career or a conviction. For Jordan, it's all three. As a passionate, dedicated, and natural born storyteller, he looks forward to every day where he gets to report on what matters here in the Tri-State.
Ryan joined the Eyewitness News team in September 2011 as a reporter/multimedia journalist. He graduated from West Virginia University in May 2011 with degrees in Journalism and Communications.
Randall tries to take a simple approach to his job, look at every story from a sports fan's point of view and to just have fun. He is a sports fan himself and feels that is what sports is all about, just having fun.
Wayne has been the Chief Meteorologist for Eyewitness News since 1993 and is now in his 29th year as a television meteorologist.
The first Tri-State broadcaster elected to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle Hall of Fame, Brad Byrd is now in his 37th year as Lead News Anchor for Eyewitness News.
Kayla Moody joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter/multi-media journalist in July 2011. In September 2011 she became the morning live reporter for Eyewitness News and a host of Local 7 Lifestyles. Three months later she became a nightside reporter, primarily reporting for the 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Tabnie Dozier comes to Eyewitness News from Western Kentucky University where she graduated with honors in May 2011 with a degree in Broadcast News and a Spanish minor.
Shalah Sasse joined Eyewitness News in September 2009. Shalah reports and co-anchors Eyewitness News at 9:00 p.m.
Drew Amman joined Eyewitness News in January 2009. He continues to do what he started in 2003...that's cover the tri-state.
Ron Rhodes is an Owensboro, Kentucky native, so he knows just how challenging predicting Tri-State weather can be...
Fadia Patterson joined Eyewitness News as a Weekday Reporter and Weekend Producer in August 2013. She is excited to be working in the Tristate. She comes to the River City from the Music City. She Previously worked as a Video Journalist for City TV Channel 10 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and as a Community Affairs Producer/Reporter at WTVX "CW West Palm" in Florida.