There is good news when it comes to the well-documented war on meth in Vanderburgh County. However, that good news comes with a catch.
Indiana's criminal sentencing reform took effect nearly a month ago and police detectives and prosecutors are still trying to take it all in. The overhaul brought sweeping changes for law enforcement officers, especially the Evansville Police Department's Meth Suppression Unit.
Ex-offenders across the country face an uphill battle to re-enter society.
Teachers start their annual Home Visit Blitz to students, more than a week before the school year starts.
The Main Course Restaurant Challenge Committee started looking for entrepreneurs to open a restaurant in the Old Roger's Jewelers building in downtown Evansville. The winner also receives $250,000.
A former tri-state high school teacher and coach stands before a judge and says not guilty to child seduction charges.
A Gibson County man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend's father decided to go to trial.
Hamas run media claims a Gaza hospital, Al Shifa, took a "direct" strike from an Israeli drone.
A Gun Control Law in Washington, DC, may soon be a thing of the past.
A Henderson man is jail facing rape charges. Police say it happened over the weekend near the 300 block of North Water street, in Henderson, near the riverbank.
Health officials say mosquitoes within the Evansville city limits have tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
The Madisonville Police Department continues to investigate an assault and possible kidnapping.
Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff Candidate Kirk Byram and Sheriff Dave Wedding talk about Community Policing.
Evansville Coroner releases name of suspect who shot himself after police corner him following a criminal confinement case in the area.
Parts of the River City are no longer under a boil advisory.
Dollar Tree says it plans to buy its competitor Family Dollar in an $8.5 billion deal.
Bob O'Brien and four of his fittest friends hold the record for the most pull-ups in two hours by a team of five.
The Brickyard 400 brings out fans in bunches.
United Caring Shelters honors its volunteers who make such a difference to the homeless and disadvantaged.
Saturday night's storms downed a lot of trees and power lines - especially in one Henderson city.
OPD are investigating a stabbing with three victims; and one is in critical condition.
Two firefighters suffered heat-related injuries while battling a blaze in Warrick County Sunday morning.
Floyd Carter survived two 'Widow Maker' heart attacks. Only 1% survive a single attack. Awaiting surgery at St. Mary's Hospital, 150 miles away from his granddaughter's wedding, Carter was still able to sit front and center to see her tie the knot.
The national campaign, 'Overpasses for America' returns to the Tristate once again.
Vincennes University's Lebanon, Indiana campus breaks ground on a new addition.
It's been 22 years since 'A League of Their Own' visited the Tristate to film what is now an iconic baseball film.
A man wanted by Evansville police for his alleged involvement in a southeast side shooting is now in jail.
The legacy of late detective Nathan Shroer lives on as EPD host a bone marrow registry drive in his memory.
A fundraiser to benefit students at Glenwood Leadership Academy was hosted by the EPD. Proceeds will go to buying shoes for the new school year.
Evansville Police arrest a Princeton man accused of robbing an east side pharmacy.
The Dundee Volunteer Fire Department is back in business after a fire destroyed its building last year.
Four motorcyclists crash on their way to the last stop of the annual Governor’s Motorcycle Ride in Scott County.
Thousands descended on the fairgrounds in Vanderburgh County for the fifth night of festivities.
With hundreds of recently married couples waiting in limbo, a hearing date is set to argue the constitutionality of Indiana's gay marriage ban.
A state agency sells nearly $244 million in bonds to help pay for construction of the latest segment.
It was an overwhelming odor that led an Evansville Police officer to knock at the door of a home on E. Delaware St. Thursday night.
The Warrick County Sheriff says this man stole $18,000 worth of merchandise from the Newburgh Wal-Mart.
Detectives not old enough to drive are helping solve crime at Audubon State Park.
It's something we don't look forward to, driving through road construction.
City officials called Thursday's meeting over rejected plans painful, but productive.
A benefit dinner, Chinese auction, and bake sale for a Tri-State man who is recovering from the removal of a brain tumor is scheduled for this weekend.
The state of Indiana is no longer accepting applications to help adults without health insurance.
Violence continues to be a problem on Evansville's southeast side. Today, several city leaders met with neighborhood associations to discuss the ongoing issue.
Vincennes University has released the name of a student found dead Thursday by his mother.
Authorities in Lawrenceville, Illinois are looking for a man that robbed a bank on Thursday morning.
A Driver Crashes into a Home on Boeke and Powell Rd
State health officials have confirmed a case of measles in Central Indiana.
A babysitter in Tell City has been arrested. She is accused of beating a child she was taking care of.
Oil was first discovered in the downtown part of Terre Haute back in the 1900s. The University owns the oil, and will be paid royalties based on how many barrels they produce.
Audubon State Park is hosting a junior forensic science camp this week.