The disease is sometimes rarely talked about, now a tristate woman hopes to bring awareness.
Brad Byrd sits down with Kristy Kelley's mother, Kathy Scales, and Heather Teague's mother, Sarah Teague, to discuss how a mother copes with the unthinkable.
A western Kentucky fire department is upgrading to a new station.
New Harmony town leaders decide to place the town marshal on probation.
Another suspected cyber crime targets a major U.S. company, and this one could be a larger hack than Target.
Kentucky State Police investigating a hit and run that happened near Ellis Park.
Muhlenberg County Sheriff Curtis McGehee says Deputy B.W. DeArmond shot Jessee Hailey when Hailey allegedly tried to pin DeArmond between two vehicles.
Meth, marijuana, and a needle in the reach of an infant. What started as a seat belt violation turns into much more.
Losses total in the hundreds of thousands of dollars after a morning fire at a Vincennes laundromat.
In a split decision, a federal appeals court has ruled Indiana's Right to Work law does not violate federal labor laws or the United States Constitution. The appellate court's ruling comes as the Indiana Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on the same topic later this week. While the federal decision didn't come as a surprise, the focus now shifts to the state Supreme Court's decision, said Chuck Whobrey, the president of Teamsters Local 215.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is considering a run for president in 2016 and running for re-election to the Senate in 2016. But Kentucky law currently does not allow it.
Congressman Larry Bucshon spoke with Brad Byrd and Tina Stein today on what U.S. is planning to do with the ongoing ISIS crisis and recent violence in Ukraine.
Lane restrictions on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Riverside Dr. start next week.
Kentucky House Republicans believe they will win the House for the first time in 93 years. Minority Whip Jeff Hoover says they plan to pass Right to Work, Public-Private Partnership Legislation, and repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act.
What started with good intentions, turns into a chain reaction crash on I-64 in Posey County.
Indianapolis Colts Owner Jim Irsay pleads guilty today in connection with his march traffic arrest.
Due to a main break on Sunnyside Court the Evansville Water Utility has issued a precautionary boil advisory.
The ISIS terror group has published a video titled "A second message to America," showing the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
Tonight: The gates of Arendelle open up and the stories behind Disney’s "Frozen" are revealed on WEHT Local.
Police say they noticed several kids not wearing seat-belts. Now, a western Kentucky woman is facing meth charges. .
Halliburton has agreed to pay 1.1 billion dollars to settle lawsuits from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
He's the man behind 2013's ghastly shopping mall siege in Nairobi, Kenya. Al-Shabaab leader Ahmed Abdi Godane is possibly dead after a suspected U.S. drone strike in Somalia.
Update: Rick Davis remains in critical condition at Deaconess Hospital. The family of Rick Davis released a statement.
September is National Preparedness Month and the Green River District Health Department is providing tips on how to survive and prepare for disasters.
Shelley Kirk with Fifth Third Bank gives us the rundown on the Stand Up to Cancer Program.
Duke Energy proposes a plan to help reduce power outages, but the upgrade could leave customers dipping deep into their pockets.
Today was the last chance for a swim at the Burdette Park Aquatic Center.
In Evansville, people gather at the Four Freedoms Monument to talk about another kind of labor: child birth.
There was no rain to dampen the spirits of hundreds of people who gathered in downtown Princeton to celebrate the Annual Labor Day Parade.
We're learning more about the woman involved in an officer-involved shooting in Muhlenberg County this weekend.
Amy Chitwood is out of the hospital after being stuck near the Little Wabash River over the weekend.
Labor Day weekend is one of the biggest weekends of the year for certain retailers.
It is called "Stand up to Cancer." Hollywood is coming together this Friday night in a special broadcast. It will air at 7 p.m. on WEHT.
An Evansville man arrested after police say he had a gun outside bar without a license.
A driver facing charges after crashing in Illinois. Troopers say he was texting and driving.
A new Wal-Mart in northern Vanderburgh County has sparked a lot of reaction in the community.
The so-called "AK-47 Bandit" could be linked to a Nebraska bank robbery.
A mild earthquake shakes part of Tennessee overnight.
Although no drunk driver arrests, police net 3 driving without a license, and more, in overnight sobriety checkpoint.
A woman is being treated for serious injuries after driving off the road in Warrick County.
Evansville Police are investigating a shooting incident that happened overnight.
The World Health Organization says two Liberian Medical workers have survived Ebola. They are now recovering after being treated with an experimental drug credited with saving the lives of two american Ebola patients
Natural gas customers can expect to see their bills climb as Vectren completes upgrades to its gas pipeline system.
Congressman Whitfield says he has tried to push through legislation to fight EPA regulations, but is not receiving support from the Senate.
Authorities say the woman was rescued near the Little Wabash River Sunday morning after a passerby first called 911 to report a dead body.
Though no one's gotten sick yet, more than 7,000 cases of Kraft American Cheese Singles have been recalled.
The University of Southern Indiana welcomed more than 1500 new freshman this year all with GPA's of 3.27 or higher.
The LST 325 sets sail today to cruise the Ohio River as part of its annual fundraiser.
EFD responded to a house fire in the 800 Block of Adams Avenue.
Sheriff's Deputies say a truck hydroplaned, and struck another vehicle Saturday afternoon.
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