On the doorstep of a dilapidated house, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke unveiled a new plan to fight the age old problem of urban blight. The plan, which includes the process of landbanking vacant or blighted properties, has a proven track record of being successful in other cities, Mayor Winnecke said.
Evansville Police ask for your help as they continue to search for a man who has allegedly exposed himself to young girls.
In White County, Carmi Police are investigating two stabbing incidents that have left five injured.
President Obama's Clean Power Plan gets strong reaction from environmentalists and some Tri-State lawmakers.
In Posey County, the court date for a high school senior charged with arson has been pushed back.
An Auntie Anne franchise inside the east side Walmart closes in a dispute with employees over their pay.
CNN reports a Senate vote on legislation designed to stop federal funding for Planned Parenthood failed.
The Department of Homeland Security is issuing a warning to law enforcement that terrorists could use drones to bring down planes.
New allegations coming to light about former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle.
Hospitals across the country scrambling to replace a common medical device being used on thousands of patients.
The trial of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes will now enter a third phase where he could be sentenced to death.
President Obama is making a bold pitch for the US to play an important role in curbing climate change. But his proposals are already being met with skepticism by some Republicans.
Henderson Mayor Steve Austin orders the Board of Commissioners to meet in special session to discuss upgrading Henderson's 911 Communications Center.
Michael Cox is officially sworn in as the new Vanderburgh Circuit Court magistrate.
Changes are coming to Evansville water. Evansville Water and Sewer Utility will temporarily change the disinfectant used in the water treatment process.
Authorities are on the hunt for a missing inmate.
Solar-powered device chargers have arrived. In Monday's Inspector Gadget segment, Ivy Tech's Marketing and Communications Assistant, Sarah Heath shows us the latest in solar device charging.
Indiana State Representative Wendy McNamara joins us on Local Lifestyles to educate us about the upcoming Veterans Education Fair.
A boil advisory issued Friday continues for some areas in the Tri-State.
The Posey County Coroner has released the name of the victim in a fatal Posey County crash.
The 26 Catholic schools in the Diocese of Evansville are celebrating the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year with a special back to school Mass on Monday.
Magistrate Michael Cox will officially take the bench as Vanderburgh County Circuit Court Magistrate on Monday.
US Representative Ed Whitfield (KY-01) is holding a meeting in Hopkinsville Monday before traveling to Greenville.
Evansville is holding its National Night Out kickoff breakfast Monday morning at 9.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and city department heads are announcing plans to address residential blight in Evansville.
Mayor Steve Austin of Henderson has called a special work session for the Board of Commissioners Monday at 6 p.m.
Police in Memphis have identified 29-year-old Tremaine Wilbourn as the suspect in a weekend shooting of an officer.
Vice President Joe Biden's late son Beau told him to run for president before he passed away in May of this year.
A campaign is raising funds to name the Harper Elementary School auditorium for the first African-American teacher in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation.
The unofficial kickoff to the fall campaign contrasted the styles of two of the gubernatorial candidates, Democrat Jack Conway and Republican Matt Bevin.
The Owensboro parks and recreation department hosted the 11th annual event on Owensboro's East side.
The new Princeton Theatre in Gibson County held its first opening weekend since the theater was rebuilt.
A police officer is shot and killed early Sunday morning, and officials say they have a person of interest in custody.
Kentucky State Police have charged a Christian County man with Solicitation to Kill a Police Officer.
Several churches sponsor a school supplies giveaway at Helfrich Park in Evansville.
It was another gorgeous day in the Tri-State and a perfect day to be outside and for one small-knit community, to play some softball. This weekend was the 8th Annual Jason Stevens Memorial Softball Tournament.
Indiana Conservation Officers along with the Posey County Sheriffs Department are investigating an ATV accident that resulted in serious injuries.
A week after 11 year old Kate Bruggenschmidt was killed in an ATV accident, the softball community that she loved rallied to support her family at a softball tournament in Newburgh.
Several Evansville health care entities teamed up Saturday to give free health procedures to kids in time for the beginning of the school year.
Volunteers started at the intersection of HWY-41 and Riverside Dr., and moved east, picking up trash.
A busy Indiana highway shuts down for several hours when a semi overturns, spilling postal mail across the road.
Multiple ATV accidents have been reported this summer. Some even resulting in the loss of a life. A former training instructor says to be safe you need to follow the 3 rules of the road.
One Evansville woman is making sure kids get some new dud for the new school year.
Ohio Co. deputies say a person is accidentally shot at Charley's Market on North Main Street.
Jasper, Indiana celebrated its first German Day in 1895. Now 120 years later, the German heritage still shines with the 37th annual Strassenfest.
Country music fills downtown Henderson this week with the Annual Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival.
A new junior hockey team is ready to lace up the skates and hit the ice in Evansville.
If you drove through the intersection of Green River and Lincoln Friday, you may have noticed some people dangling from the water tower.
A new Owensboro tire shop is taking the place of one that burned down earlier this year.
The Vanderburgh County Coroner's Office confirms one person has died in a motorcycle accident on the city's north side.