Several cars on Evansville's north side have been broken into this week.
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The woman who sheriff's deputies say caused last week's fatal accident on the Lloyd Expressway will not face criminal charges.
The Muhlenberg County woman accused of killing her ex-husband last month has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of murder and tampering with physical evidence.
Southern Illinois drivers get ready for lots of orange barrels.
Anti-smoking advocates are pushing for tougher smoking laws across Kentucky.
One lane of U.S. 60 in Hancock County is closed starting today to replace concrete and make grade and drain improvements.
It's been open for months, but a special celebration today at the Donut Bank in Henderson.
An accident shuts down a major intersection in northern Vanderburgh County.
Madisonville Police investigating a burglary today at a local gun store.
The Indiana State Fair kicks off today with some big changes at the fairgrounds.
The state of Indiana joining a lawsuit against Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
The Obama administration announces the new acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Indiana.
Planes will soon be taking off and landing on Evansville Regional Airport’s third runway. It’s expected to reopen next week after being closed for months of renovation.
The start of school is just around the corner and hundreds of teachers from around Henderson County are in training today. .
Time lapse video of the project completing more than a year earlier than projected.
A Jasper man faces several charges in a reported domestic violence incident.
An autopsy is set for Friday on the victim in yesterday's house fire in Henderson County.
Evansville police are warning that an attempted murder suspect from Tennessee may be in the tri-state.
Good news if you're looking for some new wheels. You have the chance to win a 2014 Nissan Versa and help tri-staters overcome disabilities.
Brad Byrd talks with Evansville Courier & Press Editor Tim Ethridge about the merger and the ongoing changes in the media today.
A western Kentucky couple arrested for endangering the welfare of a minor.
The Hoosier state hopes to break the language barrier.
A big salute to local military families as a Tri-State car dealership shows its support for Tri-State soldiers.
Summer vacation is about to come to an end for thousands of students all over the Tri-State.
The Henderson County Sheriff's Department confirms one person has died in a house fire in Spottsville.
United Way of Southwestern Indiana is kicking off its Pacesetter Campaign with big goals.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice receives a two game suspension after being charged with aggravated criminal assault.
Nearly 100 miners from Western Kentucky are among those rallying against the EPA's proposed power plant rules.
The Pike County man who shot and killed his girlfriend, with the couples daughter nearby, is off to prison.
A barge traveling through the Evansville bend of the Ohio River came very close to the Tropicana Riverboat Thursday.
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Century Aluminum announces it's expanding the Sebree aluminum smelter located in Henderson County.
Kentucky State Police Detective Chris Baker charged William Patterson with Murder. The charge was granted due to Patterson's alleged impairment when the wreck occurred.
Kenny Kent Chevrolet will present "Operation Support on the Homefront" an $11,000 donation Thursday at noon.
Some changes are coming to E.W. Scripps, the parent company of the Courier and Press and the Gleaner.
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A Maceo woman is accused of hitting another woman in the head with a full can of beer.
Women's issues are being thrown into the ring as McConnell and Grimes grapple for the lead.
Eyewitness News Laura Kirtley speaks with Indiana Senator Dan Coats on the pressure put on Russia after the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash and the ongoing immigration crisis.
After seven hours of deliberation, the verdict is in for an alleged Evansville gang member.
Award winning songwriters from Nashville flood downtown Henderson this week.
The McCurdy Hotel project has taken another big step forward.
An Evansville City Councilwoman is in the clear after a lengthy investigation determined she didn't break state law when she secretly recorded a confidential meeting with state auditors concerning the state of the city's finances.
Money Magazine is releasing its annual list of which colleges are considered to be the best for your money.
Carrie Blackham will serve as the next CEO of Wendell Foster's Campus for Developmental Disabilities.
A Hopkins County grand jury indicts the brother of a man killed in a fire in Hanson earlier this month.
The public is weighing in on how to improve Evansville's Park System.
Hyundai has announced two recalls involving Sonatas.
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