Returning from the trip of a lifetime. 70 World War II veterans fly out of Evansville to Washington D.C.
What better way to wrap up an evening of trick-or-treating than with a ghostly stroll through Historic Newburgh.
This afternoon marked the 2nd Annual Howl O'Ween at Oak Hill Cemetery.
A local organization celebrates its 9th birthday with the dedication of a building they believe will make it easier for people to donate unwanted household items.
We're less than two weeks away from Election Day, but voters are taking advantage of early voting centers in the Tri-State.
Members of McCutchanville Fire Department spend the afternoon learning new extrication techniques.
We're learning more tonight about a small plane crash that killed a pilot in Posey County.
Mt. Vernon residents are still on a boil order tonight, and officials say they expect the order to continue until at least Tuesday.
UPDATE: Henderson Central Dispatch says the scene of the accident has been cleaned up on the bridge, and traffic is moving regularly now.
Around 2:30 Friday morning, massive flames poured out of a two-story building that used to be a body panel shop for cars.
Brad Byrd sits down with Dr. Payal Patel-Dovlatabadi, the Director of Public Health at the University of Evansville, and Eric Stoessel, a public health major at UE, to talk more about the latest developments involving Ebola and how agencies are preparing for a possible outbreak.
Three confirmed cases of Ebola in the U.S. - none here at home - but one local fire department isn't taking any chances.
The entire city of Mt. Vernon is under a boil order.
Evansville students at North High School are saying "It Can Wait" when it comes to texting and driving.
Students at Oakdale Elementary School taking strides to be drug free.
The Posey County Sheriff confirms to Eyewitness News that a small plane has crashed into cornfield northwest of Mt. Vernon.
Hundreds of students from Caze Elementary are learning what it takes to start a business in the real world.
Last weekend, human remains were found on an abandoned property in Virginia - those remains have now been ID'd as Hannah Graham.
As the race between Sen. Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes winds down, some voters say the attack ads from both sides aren't helping educate them.
A grievance concerning a possible conflict of interest involving a Spencer County prosecutor has been dismissed.
Rumors about the show's future began after Honey Boo Boo's mother June 'Mama June' Thompson separated from her husband.
The YWCA of Evansville is now has a new state of the art common area for its shelter residents.
One man is under arrest after a shooting in Gibson County.
Owensboro Health is the title sponsor for the 2015 Women’s Expo according to Neal Hayes Inc.
Up to five people were shot Friday at Washington state's Marysville-Pilchuck High School, a federal law enforcement official told CNN. The official spoke on condition of anonymity.
Police say the bus driver was traveling his regular route when a student passenger told him a window had been shattered.
Did Facebook release an election predictor? A new interactive dashboard illustrates how many people on Facebook are liking and discussing the candidates in races nationwide.
The doctor diagnosed with Ebola, who recently returned from Guinea, is now in Bellevue Hospital Center. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, "We are as ready as one could be."
The Evansville Icemen are wearing something special this Saturday.
Race relations in the aftermath of Ferguson has many wondering what a society can do to fix it.
Tonight, Brad Byrd is joined by Henderson Mayor Steve Austin's challenger, Patti Bugg, who also owns her own real estate agency, Bugg Realty.
Evansville is home to 45 neighborhoods and tonight it's all about recognizing the people who make it the best it can be.
We're about a week away from Halloween. Some favorite holiday traditions include costumes and trick-or-treating, but let's not forget pumpkin carving.
Lights are out for a scheduled maintenance in the Tri-State.
The Chamber of Commerce holds a ribbon cutting this afternoon for the grand reopening of the Hope for Life Women's Resource Center in Ohio County.
Staying in Owensboro, with the help of Mayor Ron Payne we are getting a first look at the new Elizabeth Munday Senior Center.
It's never too late. A Tri-State woman fulfills a life-long dream, and for about 30 minutes all of her problems were gone.
A report says more than 5,400 layoffs and more than 100 Sears stores set to shut down at the end of year. Sears officials say this report is wrong.
Food trucks will be allowed to operate on 3rd Street in downtown Evansville starting Oct. 27th.
No smoking signs will go up next year at the nation's 2nd largest tobacco company.
As November draws near so will the cold weather. So, city leaders are putting the word out to put potholes on notice.
The state of Indiana announces another round of money to help communities eliminate abandoned and blighted properties.
A Rally's employee is facing arson charges for allegedly trying to set the restaurant on fire in Dubois County.
A grand jury indicts three people for allegedly threatening to accuse a man of murder for hire if he didn't pay up.
After Evansville firefighter George Madison filed a federal lawsuit against the city and officers involved in an August 2013 controversy, the attorneys representing the officers have requested a counterclaim. In the motion, the officers have alleged Madison intended to profit off of 'baseless' and 'malicious' accusations contained in Madison's suit.
A husband and wife are facing charges after an alleged race turn crash.
Come Saturday, a flight of a lifetime for 70 Tri-State World War II veterans.
Suicide, prescription pill abuse, and overdoses are three things often discussed not nearly enough. But that discussion is happening in Warrick and Vanderburgh counties through the work of the sheriff's offices and a local non-profit.
With less than two weeks to go in the general election, the candidates for Illinois Governor are neck-and-neck in the polls.
A week after dropping its ads in Kentucky, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is back with a major ad buy.
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