A 41-year-old Henderson woman is accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage boy.
A drug trafficking investigation in Ohio County leads to the arrest of two Owensboro men.
Rusty Tabor and Jim "Moose" Brown join us will be performing at the Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriter's Festival. They joined us for a live sample on Local Lifestyles.
German Twp Water District has issued a boil advisory for all people in German Township in Vanderburgh and Posey Counties until further notice.
The World Health Organization says a newly developed vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus is "highly effective" and could help prevent its spread in current and future outbreaks.
Following the death of longtime Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, a Taliban spokesman has confirmed that Mullah Akhtar Mohammad has been named as the group's new leader.
For the third time this week, Evansville emergency crews respond to an apartment complex on Lodge Avenue.
The event will feature exhibits, games, and free school supplies. Food vendors will be serving breakfast and lunch with carry outs to take home or back to work.
Around 10:30 p.m. Thursday night, the Sebree Fire Department was dispatched near mile marker 64 on the southbound Pennyrile Parkway.
The sentencing phase of convicted Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes was briefly interrupted Thursday.
The race for Kentucky governor is heating up as the election gets closer.
An all-star softball team is playing in the ASA Tournament this week in honor of a fallen teammate.
Tri-Staters gather on Fulton Ave. on Thursday to celebrate German heritage. Germania Maennerchor kicked off its 54th Annual Volksfest.
The Kentucky Economic Development Financing Authority gives preliminary approval to the plans Thursday morning.
What does it take to be one of the men and women who run into danger, when most of us, would run away?
Brad Byrd sits down with the sisters of Melissa McManus; how they feel now that her convicted killer, Paul McManus, is facing a retrial without the possibility of the death penalty.
He murdered his family. Now 15 years after being sentenced to death, Paul McManus might get a second chance at life.
An Evansville woman indicted on several charges on Thursday night including attempted murder.
As construction of the new HWY 41/Lloyd cloverleaf gets closer to completion, traffic begins to return to normal.
People living in a neighborhood on Evansville's east side say the sinkholes that closed their street continue to get worse. The large sinkholes on Delaware Street just west of Boeke Avenue have grown in number and in depth, neighbors said.
The Old National Bank "Golf Gives Back" program donated over $204,000 to 43 agencies and organizations.
Terressentia officials joined Owensboro and Kentucky leaders for the rededication.
Three hours after the department released the latest statistics on the number of illegal firearms taken off the streets, Evansville Police officers seized six more firearms following a traffic stop Wednesday night.
Henderson city officials say the splash park along the riverfront should be fully operational again this weekend. Crews were out testing the fountain today and letting kids play in it.
A new trash disposal plan set forth by the Warrick County Recycling and Resources Management District will have a single vendor collecting trash throughout the county, shutting out the other vendors who have been collecting trash in Warrick County.
Heavy trucks may need to find a detour in Warrick County bridge.
An Indiana man awakes to the realization he left his car unlocked and inside, a winning lottery ticket. Thieves got to it before he could, and now it could lead to a break in the case.
If you are in the area of Volksfest this weekend, keep in mind of a lane closure on North Fulton Avenue.
Evansville Police are searching for the man witnesses stole an undisclosed amount of money from the Circle H on Stringtown Road.
Traffic relief is in sight for the US 41 and Lloyd Expressway intersection in Evansville.
The 37th annual Strassenfest gets underway Thursday evening in Jasper.
Easter Seals announces its proceeds and winners of the “Cool Car, Cold Cash” Contest.
A suspect has been arrested in an armed robbery from last week at St. Joe Shaved Ice Stand.
Holy Rosary school broke ground Thursday morning for a new preschool building.
Dan Siskind from Brickmania and Tom Lonnberg from the Evansville Museum joined us on Local Lifestyles to talk about the 'World War II in Legos' exhibit.
Senator Dan Coats is speaking out against the Iran Deal. The senator gives his reasons on why congress should reject the deal.
A former University of Cincinnati police officer has pleaded not guilty to murder in the shooting death of a motorist.
The field of Republican presidential candidates is expanding again.
Thursday, Specialty Foods Group is celebrating the completion of their ham expansion project in Owensboro.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke will be on hand for the opening ceremonies, which will honor World War II veterans.
Over 470 Easter Seals tickets are still available heading into Thursday's “Cool Car, Cold Cash” drawing.
Governor Bruce Rauner signed a bill into law Wednesday making it easier for veterans to find a job in Illinois.
Town Manager Lori Buehlman's last day was Friday; now the Town Council is looking to fill the position.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke promises riders will soon have bus routes running all week, but fares may be on the rise.
A judge has ordered the Owensboro mall to pay back its loan in 3 days, or it will be foreclosed.
Investigators are trying to determine if debris found on an island near Madagascar could be from MH-370 which disappeared in March 2014.
Bud's Gun Shop and Range will open a new store at the old Uncle Lee's near Greenville later this year.
Heavy rain delayed the opening for about a week, but a half-mile stretch of KY 351/Zion Rd. is finally back open in Henderson County.
Newly released numbers show the Evansville Police Dept. is seizing illegally possessed guns at a pace like never before.
Governor Bruce Rauner vetoes a state senate bill that he claims would take away local government control over the bargaining process involving state employees.