This week, Ronda Rousey was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated with the headline “Ronda Rousey is the World's Most Dominant Athlete, (Arm) Bar None.”
A data breach hitting the online dating site AdultFriendFinder.com is possibly exposing personal information of almost 4 million users.
Hundreds of college-aged women were allegedly victimized by a man police say hacked into their accounts and committed "sextortion."
Just a few days shy of its expiration, the clean needle exchange will be extended by an entire year in Scott County, Indiana.
It seems every day we hear of a new scam. Now, the punishment could be tougher on those trying to rip you off in the Land of Lincoln.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has two marijuana-related bills on his desk. One decriminalizes possession charges statewide.
Attorneys for convicted murderer and former Illinois Police Sergeant Drew Peterson want him to have a new trial.
At Thursday's meeting, leaders reflect on memories of old, and gaze into the future of what could be – looking beyond a worn facade.
Brad Byrd talks with Ben Trockman about his new award and ongoing efforts to making flying easier for physically disabled people.
Federal and state health officials are investigating a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella infections.
A grand jury indicts six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
Lumber Liquidators takes another tumble Thursday as the company's CEO, Robert Lynch, unexpectedly resigns.
The general manager and vice president of Tropicana Evansville is moving up and out of the river city.
A Tri-State attorney pleads guilty to impersonating a public servant, but can still avoid a felony conviction.
Starting Monday, active duty service members and their families will be able to check out what the Evansville Museum has to offer free of charge.
Another Kentucky candidate requests a recanvass of his primary race.
For the sixth year in a row, Evansville will host the Women Veterans Conference.
Illinois has more units of local government than any other state with more than 7,000 taxing bodies. A new bill is headed to the governor's desk to ban creation of more government entities in the state.
Evansville Police now have a suspect in a November burglary at a convenience store.
The former Castle High School teacher and basketball coach was taken into custody right after his formal sentencing hearing Thursday afternoon.
Drivers commuting on the twin bridges can expect traffic delays for repairs.
School officials call Ivy Tech's exclusion on the state budget "frustrating" after state legislature halts funding to building projects.
Two men have official been charged in connection in Evansville.
A Tri-State school is accepting worn out flags for proper retirement.
An argument between a couple leads to a knife standoff and a dog attack.
A Mount Vernon High School senior charged with felony arson appears in a Posey County courtroom.
Evansville Craft Beer Trail Developed Now you can visit breweries, drink Evansville's finest craft beers and win a prize for doing so.
The Real Warriors Campaign is asking Americans to honor the sacrifices of America’s returning warriors by encouraging all service members, veterans and families to seek help for psychological health concerns. Experiencing psychological stress as a result of military life can be common. Because psychological wounds are often invisible, seeking care early is important for successful care and positive outcomes.
One of the rarest of all US gold coins sold for a record $2.4 million Tuesday.
August of 2015 will mark 20 years since the disappearance of Tri-State woman Heather Teague.
Vogel Elementary School in Evansville has been selected as a National Literacy Award winner.
Wednesday, the federal government released items taken by Navy SEALs after Osama bin Laden was killed.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation is giving nearly $400,000 in the form of 12 grants which will go to local doctors and hospitals.
A female police officer was killed in a shootout in Omaha, Nebraska.
ISIS has taken full control over the ancient city of Palmyra after Syrian government forces retreated Thursday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he looks forward to hearing from suspended Patriots star Tom Brady.
The investigation into a shooting at the Owensboro Motel 6 stems from a drug investigation.
Nebraska lawmakers make history voting to abolish the state's death penalty.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul ended his 'filibuster' campaign after speaking on the Senate floor for 10 hours and 30 minutes.
An end of era in late night TV. After decades behind the desk, David Letterman records his last show on Wednesday.
Century Aluminum officials are accusing union members of creating an unsafe environment as the lockout surpasses a week.
Brad Byrd talks with Evansville Courier & Press Editor Tim Ethridge about an column he wrote comparing the two riverfronts in Evansville and Owensboro.
A soggy graduation day for 1,200 Tri-State students, several ceremonies forced inside as the showers rolled in. But it wasn't raining on the parade.
The closure of the Boys & Girls Club's Wightman Unit, along with Combest Pool not opening, is limiting the fun for some area youths.
A crash in Dubois County seriously injures a driver and forces a family out of their home.
He's one of the most recognizable and successful businessmen around, and you can have the chance to pick his brain.
Everyone needs it but some people in Evansville have chosen to illegally avoid paying for it. While crews continue making headway in the water meter replacement project, there has been an increase in the number of cases involving people installing pipes to bypass the meters.
A proposal to tax millionaires in Illinois more is moving forward.
Mental health issues affect the men and women that give it all for our country.
A Tri-State treasure hunter discovered a lost dog tag from a WWII soldier in Newburgh and reached out to the veteran's family to return the valuable memento.