A woman is sent to the hospital after a head on collision in Muhlenberg County.
Not once, not twice, but nine times. That's how many times an Evansville man's been arrested for the same crime.
A sidebar to a tragic story we followed in Muhlenberg County in late January: the fire that killed eight children and their mother.
Habitat for Humanity has been working hard sheltering those in need for the past 30 years, and its volunteers are continuing that tradition in the Jacobsville area.
More people are choosing to fly out of the Owensboro Daviess County Airport, and the feds are taking notice. It received $1 million federal grant.
Kentucky lawmakers approve the two-year road plan, but some in Union County say their concerns aren't being prioritized right.
A small group of hydroplane enthusiasts are working to bring the boat races back to Evansville this summer during ShrinersFest.
Hopkins County Sheriff's Deputies are still searching for a man who planted several suspicious devices outside a Hanson bank.
An Evansville man is charged with more than a dozen counts of sexual misconduct with a minor.
A man jumps through a window to get away from sheriff's deputies at the Civic Center,
The woman who allegedly set fire to her apartment at Sugar Mill Creek last week makes her initial court appearance. The court appearance provided the first glimpse into the woman who allegedly told police she started the fire because 'the voices in her head told her to,' according to police records.
Four tips from Angie's List can help you get spotless dishes from your dishwasher.
A sandwich chain that gained notoriety on the ABC's show "Shark Tank" will soon open its doors in Evansville.
Kentucky Lawmakers wrap up the 2014 legislative session.
The US Department of Education has chosen the EVSC as the only school district in Indiana to get funds for its students' health.
Madisonville Police Department announces a new Public Information Officer.
Early Wednesday morning a tanker overturned and spilled tree sap all over Highway 41 in Henderson. It took emergency crews nearly 12 hours to clean up the mess. Meanwhile traffic backed up for miles.
Graduation rates for Indiana High Schools continue of hover around 88 percent.
An Evansville man is arrested for a charge police say he's been accused of committing almost 10 times.
HealthSouth created program called STOP: Stop. Think. Organize. Position. It is a program for all employees at HealthSouth Deaconess that are hands on with patients to prevent injuries.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Officials say southbound lane of Highway 41 is open after large tanker overturns.
A new type of restaurant, one on four wheels, is officially coming to Owensboro.
It's the middle of April, but tonight the Tristate faces a freeze warning.
A South Korean ship with more than 400 passengers on board is sinking off the country's southwestern coast.
Ivy Tech Community College honors seven Indiana and Kentucky companies tonight including one big name here in the Tri-State.
What issues do law enforcement officers and prosecutors face when dealing with people with mental issues who are accused of committing a crime?
Police confirm two unattended backpacks were found near the Boston Marathon finish line this evening.
She crossed the finish line that day only to watch many run away from it. It's been 365 days since the bombings in Boston. In six days, however, many Tri-State runners will be back.
Last year's graduation class from the University of Evansville had quite a bit of success in the job market.
A first of it's kind for Evansville. The fire department dedicates a new rig in memory of one of it's own.
A week's worth of heavy rain shut down roads all around the Tri-State including Waterworks Rd. in Evansville.
Some Posey County customers may wake up to no water tomorrow morning.
Madisonville Police are trying to find the person responsible for several smash and grab style break-ins.
Congress may be about to break, but Senator Rand Paul isn't taking one while back in the commonwealth.
Today is officially the last day for lawmakers in Kentucky's General Assembly, but legislators may end up working overtime.
It looked like a scene you might find at the World's Fair, but it was here at home.
It provides a service for people physically challenged. but police in Madisonville say others are abusing it.
Volunteers work on repairing parts of LST-325
The Indiana Department of Education is out with what it wants state schools to use instead of the national Common Core standards. Indiana was the first to adopt the national standards and was also the first state to reject the standards.
One question out there about the IU Medical School is will the school actually block any streets such as Walnut.
Transportation officials have closed part of State Road 145 in southern Dubois County because of some concerns with a bridge just north of I-64.
Another guilty plea is made in connection with an apparent drug deal gone bad. One man died in the altercation.
The man shot in the head while in his McLean County, Kentucky home is out of the hospital tonight.
A Hopkins County man is busted for trafficking after police discover numerous drugs in his home.
In this week's MONEYWI$E segment Amanda Hardy explains why it's important to talk to children about needs vs. wants.
Woodward to release new CD, "Lake Minneola on my Mind".
The state released a final draft for proposed academic standards that could take effect in Hoosier classrooms next year.
Joe “the weather” Bird is the newest member of the Weather Authority team. He joined Eyewitness News in November 2013 when making the journey up to the Tri-State from Shelbyville, Tennessee.
Tina Stein joined Eyewitness News in September 2013. She comes from Rockford, Illinois where she spent seven years at WIFR-TV, most recently as Evening News Anchor.
Laura Kirtley joined Eyewitness News as host of Lifestyles and anchor of the noon broadcast. She is excited to be back in the area after working as a morning anchor/reporter for WLFI in West Lafayette, Ind. While at WLFI, Laura was proud to focus on education, health, and wellness stories. She was the station's reporter for HELEN Magazine, a magazine created for local women.
For some it's a calling. For others it's a career or a conviction. For Jordan, it's all three. As a passionate, dedicated, and natural born storyteller, he looks forward to every day where he gets to report on what matters here in the Tri-State.
Ryan joined the Eyewitness News team in September 2011 as a reporter/multimedia journalist. He graduated from West Virginia University in May 2011 with degrees in Journalism and Communications.
Randall tries to take a simple approach to his job, look at every story from a sports fan's point of view and to just have fun. He is a sports fan himself and feels that is what sports is all about, just having fun.
Wayne has been the Chief Meteorologist for Eyewitness News since 1993 and is now in his 29th year as a television meteorologist.
The first Tri-State broadcaster elected to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle Hall of Fame, Brad Byrd is now in his 37th year as Lead News Anchor for Eyewitness News.
Kayla Moody joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter/multi-media journalist in July 2011. In September 2011 she became the morning live reporter for Eyewitness News and a host of Local 7 Lifestyles. Three months later she became a nightside reporter, primarily reporting for the 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Tabnie Dozier comes to Eyewitness News from Western Kentucky University where she graduated with honors in May 2011 with a degree in Broadcast News and a Spanish minor.
Shalah Sasse joined Eyewitness News in September 2009. Shalah reports and co-anchors Eyewitness News at 9:00 p.m.
Drew Amman joined Eyewitness News in January 2009. He continues to do what he started in 2003...that's cover the tri-state.
Ron Rhodes is an Owensboro, Kentucky native, so he knows just how challenging predicting Tri-State weather can be...
Fadia Patterson joined Eyewitness News as a Weekday Reporter and Weekend Producer in August 2013. She is excited to be working in the Tristate. She comes to the River City from the Music City. She Previously worked as a Video Journalist for City TV Channel 10 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and as a Community Affairs Producer/Reporter at WTVX "CW West Palm" in Florida.