An Evansville man with a violent criminal history faces charges of rape and criminal confinement.
Engineering students at the University of Evansville show off their hard work today.
A Tell City teen is killed in a car crash.
The Evansville Bar Association recognized Honorable Richard Young by presenting the James Bethel Gresham Award to him on Friday.
The stage at Castle High in Newburgh has an orchestra pit much like the stage that collapsed at Westfield Washington High School near Indianapolis.
The Uganda kid's choir was in town performing at Delaware Elementary School.
Shark Tank is a popular show on ABC and it's on tonight right here on WEHT Local. We're learning more about a local connection to one of the people expected to make their pitch to the sharks.
The HIV epidemic is continuing to pick up steam in southern Indiana. The CDC now reports 142 people are infected in Scott County.
The naming rights agreement between Old National Bank and what used to be called The Centre will use money from ONB to fund the downtown hotel project.
Transportation officials are working to repair a sink hole on Fickas Road near Jeannette Avenue.
A suspect in a hotel theft is wanted for questioning. Investigators at the Gibson County Sheriff's office hope you can help them find a theft suspect who may have taken cash from the Baymont Inn hotel Thursday morning.
With a weekend full of events around the city, METS has re-worked their bus routes.
There's a recall of some Mucinex products, because of possibly misleading labels.
The young Evansville man at the center of an alleged murder for hire scheme has been sentenced. Friday a judge sentenced 20-year-old Mason Hughes to 60 years in prison.
A Tri-State choir brings entertainment to a local golf championship.
An early morning fire destroyed an abandoned home on Bayard Park Drive that had caught fire just two months ago.
For 25 years, Hubble has orbited the Earth and looked into the past.
Cheesecake for Charity is being held Friday at 7 p.m. at the Vectren building in downtown Evansville.
Fans of Mötley Crüe only have to wait a few more hours to purchase tickets to the band's farewell tour concert in Evansville later this year.
In celebration of Arbor Day, the City of Evansville is planting 200 trees at Roberts Park.
The annual Law Day Dinner attended by members of the Evansville Bar Association will be held Friday.
Tax Freedom Day is marked each year on the day when Americans have earned enough income to pay their total tax bill for the year.
Rosanne Cash will be playing at the Henderson Fine Arts Center at 7 p.m. joined by John Leventhal, her longtime collaborator and husband.
New information has been released Friday morning on an alleged stabbing in Henderson.
A driver appeared to escape serious injuries after a car crashed into the back of a semi-truck on Highway 66 near Epworth Road around 1 a.m. Friday morning.
At Westfield High School Thursday, a frightening stage collapse was captured on camera.
In Oakland City, fire crews are currently working a structure fire.
For one night, Evansville council chambers transform into a courtroom. A legal battle between the Mayor and City Council takes the next step.
Indiana Landmarks announces its Top 10 Most Endangered Landmarks on Thursday, and one of the 10 sites listed statewide is Evansville's McCurdy Hotel building.
Thursday night -- what would have been Blake Crews's 21st birthday, family, friends, even perfect strangers filed into Henderson's downtown central park as the sun began to set and candles began to burn.
Students at Marrs Elementary get a treat on Thursday for all their hard work in the school's annual Walk-A-Thon.
There are 5K runs, and then there are 5K fun runs. Saturday is the 3rd Annual Color Me Fun 5K on W. Franklin St.
A Daviess County Sheriff deputy surprises a guest on the Steve Harvey Show.
Cameras are not allowed inside courtrooms in the state of Indiana. But today, an exception to the rule was made but only for a few hours.
Despite glitches, the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation begins ISTEP testing on Thursday.
There's talk of Uber launching in Evansville. If it does, there could be more oversight than there is now in Indiana.
Expect delays on the Lloyd Expressway in Warrick County between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Friday.
As folks at Holiday World and Splashin' Safari prepare to open for the 69th season, Eyewitness News gets an early peak at the park's newest roller coaster: Thunderbird.
Three people in central Indiana are facing dozens of felony charges related to a fraudulent Hoosier Lottery ticket worth two million dollars.
The downtown building is one of seven new entries in this year's list of Indiana's Ten Most Endangered list.
A Tri-State father is formally charged with shooting his own son.
Police now believe a teen reported missing Monday night is not alone. Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding the two.
The military leader who oversaw operations in Iraq and Afghanistan is ordered to pay the government 100,000 dollars.
The five-month battle to choose President Obama's next attorney general came to a close Thursday when the Senate finally voted to confirm Loretta Lynch. The 56-43 vote makes Lynch the first African-American female attorney general in U.S. history.
A US counter-terrorism operation targeting an Al-Qaeda compound in January accidentally killed two innocent hostages.
Motley Crue is hitting the road for the last year of, "The Final Tour", along with special guest, Alice Cooper.
Baseball great Barry Bonds no longer has a felony conviction on his record.
Rodney and Katie Watts have been trying to have a child for nearly a decade.
New numbers show Toyota topping the list of global vehicle sales for the third straight year.
Anxiety, depression, and manic behaviors are on the rise. Thursday, St. Mary's is looking closer at these trends and what to do to curb them.