While Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of the summer season, it's also a very special day. Some people tend to forget the true meaning behind the day. But McCutchanville Cemetery made sure their voice and remembrance was heard.
The American Heart Association is hosting the Evansville Tri-State Heart Walk Saturday morning on the riverfront. Brad Byrd speaks to Casey Williams of Smoke Free Evansville on the upcoming event.
The huge cyber-breach affecting more than a hundred thousand people and their income tax returns may have originated in Russia.
Indiana State Police remembering those who have died serving in the line of duty.
Evansville police are searching for a man accused of stealing a bank card from a person at Tri-State Health Club.
Eyewitness News learns new information on the arson investigation at Inland Marina.
The national bird flu outbreak is now affecting county fairs in Indiana.
Easter Seals launches its 'Cool Car, Cold Cash Contest' on Thursday.
A boil advisory issued in Poseyville has been lifted.
A new blueprint is released for the IU Med School set to be built in downtown Evansville.
Authorities tell Eyewitness News two men have been charged after a Kentucky woman was allegedly robbed at knife point.
Ford has two major recalls, covering nearly half-a-million vehicles. The first involves the 2015 Ford Mustang. A second, unrelated recall is related to problems with power steering in several Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles.
As we head into the summer months Kentucky Utilities is urging customers to think energy-efficient. The home energy rebates program helps offset the cost of energy-efficient upgrades to the home.
The US Geological Survey is reporting a small earthquake in the Tri-State.
An Evansville man arrested on weapons charges.
The former governor of New York is expected to make his run for the presidency official Thursday with an announcement in New Hampshire.
Thursday, two races in Kentucky's primary election are facing a recanvass where all election boards will recheck their totals.
Around the nation, the US military continues to investigate after one of its labs accidentally shipped live anthrax to another lab.
Chicago Cubs Hall of Fame pitcher Fergie Jenkins is coming to Princeton Thursday for an autograph session.
Congressman Larry Buschon will recognize Escalade Inc. in Evansville for receiving the President's “E” Award for Exports on May 15.
The Indiana State Police at the Evansville District will be conducting its annual Memorial Service on Thursday at 10:00 a.m.
A notebook suggests that James Holmes thought for years about killing.
After months of speculation, Rick Santorum made his decision official Wednesday.
Wal-Mart agrees to settle a civil lawsuit brought by actor-comedian Tracy Morgan, who was badly hurt in a collision blamed on a Wal-Mart driver.
It's graduation season, and Evansville city leaders are focusing on jobs.
One of the nation's most conservative states outlaws capitol punishment. Nebraska barely beats a veto to do away with the death penalty.
Investigators believe Steven Thais died while tree-trimming.
Reports of alleged vandalism and harassment and dozens of police complaints. A battle between neighbors ends with tear gas and handcuffs.
An Illinois bill that would ban smoking in day cares, even if children aren't present, passes the state Senate and goes to Governor Bruce Rauner for approval.
A thirteen hour stalemate on Evansville's southeast side ended Wednesday afternoon as the police department's SWAT team deployed roughly a dozen canisters of tear gas which ultimately prompted the peaceful surrender of Jason Porter. Authorities had arrest warrants for Porter, 32, after he allegedly threatened officers with a baseball bat. The officers were attempting to talk to Porter about his alleged involvement in the vandalism of a business next door.
Neighbors react after EPD and an Evansville man end a 13-hour standoff at a home on Covert Avenue.
A vandalism case has some Henderson County High School students in hot water.
A Covert Avenue neighborhood was pretty much locked down during a 13-hour stand-off.
John “Jack” Barner’s career in education comes to a close as he celebrates his retirement.
A proposed ordinance would allow restaurants and clubs to serve beer and bourbon to customers on Sundays.
For the second year in a row, The American Heart Association is hosting the Evansville Tri-State Heart Walk.
A 2015 graduate from the University of Evansville’s civil engineering program, finished first in the nation in the Daniel W. Mead Student Contest.
Chandler residents used their long Memorial Day weekend to spruce up the town park.
Former EVSC Superintendent Vince Bertram now has a seat on the State Board of Education.
The president of Vincennes University is stepping down. After eleven years, Dr. Richard Helton says he will leave the position on July 31st.
Apple has surpassed Google to become the most valuable brand in the world.
A stand-off in Evansville lasting more than twelve hours comes to an end with the suspect in custody.
Popular messaging service Snapchat is preparing for an initial public offering.
More than 100,000 people had their personal information stolen from an IRS database. The IRS says criminals took advantage of the agency's online "get transcript" service, which allowed people to download several years of tax returns.
The Evansville boy competing in the national spelling bee passed his first test in the preliminary competition Wednesday morning.
The Justice Department is asking that a new round of Hillary Clinton's State Department e-mails be released at the end of June.
More than 30 residents came together Sunday to plant flowers, make repairs, pick up litter, and spruce up the Chandler Town Park.
US officials plan to announce corruption charges against senior officials with FIFA -- the soccer world's governing body.
Southside Elementary in Hopkins County is receiving some new playground equipment and $30,000 in grants and prizes Wednesday.
The City of Evansville is trying to connect employers with potential employees at Wednesday's Traveling City Hall at St. Mary's Medical Center in the Manor Building.