Evansville police say a transformer on Evansville's east side is on fire. Stoplights are out on the Lloyd Expressway from Harrison High to Crosspointe Blvd.
Ivy Tech Corporate College unveils a new manufacturing program. The program is aimed at addressing a skills gap among workers in Indiana.
Users of the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Libraries have a new way to watch free movies. EVPL has teamed up with 'Hoopla Digital' to provide movie streaming and downloads to library customers who have cards in good standing.
Eyewitness News and Evansville Otters are pitching in to help an Easter Seals Raffle. Easter Seals is pushing to sell more tickets and offers an incentive for those willing to buy.
Police say it started with intentional crashing into an acquaintance's car. It ended with a head-on crash into a tree. .
A complaint from the Dance Team Boosters leads to the arrest of a former booster President.
Wal-Mart is seeking permission to use a 10 acre piece of land near SR 662 and Ellerbusch Road, near Casey's General Store.
Indianapolis police issue an amber alert for two teenagers they say were abducted at gun point Monday morning.
New concerns about police use of force after a fatal shooting involving Los Angeles Police on Sunday.
A North Carolina district attorney's office is seeking the death penalty for the man accused of killing three Muslim students.
The U.S. Justice Department prepares to bring a lawsuit against the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department if it doesn't agree to make changes.
A group of young people out for a drive Saturday night discover a truck burning near the woods by the old Audubon raceway.
A major road project kicks off in Henderson this morning.
While we brace for more winter weather here at home, snow is causing some schools to delay the first day of ISTEP testing.
INDOT crews are installing new traffic signals at three intersections along Highway 41 in Evansville.
Eyewitness News Daybreak Anchor Shelley Kirk talked to a representative of Albion Fellows Bacon Center on human trafficking just after a prostitution sting leaves six people under arrest.
Hyundai is recalling more than 200,000 of its vehicles. The problem is a power steering defect, which increases the risk of a crash.
Crews are working to recover two of three sunken boats at Inland Marina. A private company spent several hours on Monday trying to pull boats to the surface.
The charges have been filed, the verdict has been rendered and the sentence has been imposed in the Double Dukes murder investigation. The three former bouncers linked to a patron's death were officially sentenced Monday morning in Henderson County District Court.
A multi-agency drug bust in Hopkins County sends one man to jail.
One horse is dead after two horses fell through a frozen pond in Newburgh early this morning.
Owensboro makes the top 20 in another best of America list. This time play is getting high marks.
Signature School student Katherine Hitchcock was chosen to be one of the 104 student delegates to attend the US Senate Youth Program. She is one of two students chosen from Indiana.
Officials say an apartment fire in Mt. Carmel, Illinois has been ruled accidental.
Evansville police alerted to a missing 14-year-old. But, because the kid got lost, the story has a happy ending.
Robert Brantley, Benjamin Perry and Justin Kiper sentenced today for their roles in the murder of Adam Hogan at Double Dukes Saloon.
Police have captured an inmate who had escape during transport from Henderson to McLean County.
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.