UPDATE: The cause of an early morning fire that sent 5 to the hospital has been determined.
A Hopkinsville Kentucky man is dead after State Police say he fell at a popular hiking destination.
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New York Times best-selling author, Jessica Seinfeld, has the inside tips to take your summer meals to the next level, especially by introducing some much needed veggies into your dishes.
Aa Federal Appeals Court ruled Tuesday that individuals cannot use tax credits or subsidies to buy health insurance on federally run exchanges.
The American Red Cross is facing a looming blood shortage, leading to an urgent need for donors of all blood types to roll up a sleeve and give.
AT&T is announcing 40 more positions in call centers and stores located in Evansville.
Witnesses walking near Angel Mounds told deputies the man claimed to be a member of a special police task force and was sweeping the woods for sex offenders.
Several Locations in Henderson County Are Under a Boil Advisory
The University of Evansville is one of 31 private colleges in Indiana and this week (July 21-25) is Indiana Private College Week.
The investigation into an empty mobile home fire in Oakland City is ongoing.
People living on Evansville's southeast side are grappling with crime once again.
A Virus affected the swine population has forced the Vanderburgh County Fair to discontinue its Piglet Display
A well-known military installation could be used to house immigrants.
People attending the Vanderburgh County Fair today received a bonus attraction.
Folks who live near S. Boeke Rd. came out for a ribbon cutting of new playground equipment at Lorraine Park.
Fire officials say the city may change firework ordinances.
Indiana 8th District Congressman Larry Bucshon says he's confident there will be a cease-fire soon along the Gaza Strip.
Evansville Police investigating an armed robbery at Walther's Golf and Fun.
There will be one final round of orange barrels to deal with as part of the Oak Hill Rd. project's final review.
A family's generosity is celebrated alongside the start of construction at the University of Southern Indiana.
Three people are injured following a multi-vehicle accident on a busy Madisonville street.
A Madisonville shopping plaza loses yet another big name store.
By helping a man in need, three Evansville Police officers put the 'serve' in their vow to serve and protect. Through pure generosity, the officers purchased a new mattress for the man's bed-ridden wife.
It's a big time for construction around the Tri-State. Crews are making some big changes at Wesselman Woods.
A Henderson teen reported missing is found safe.
As the November election inches closer, we're learning about a major endorsement for Indiana Congressman Larry Bucshon.
Many U.S. Congressional members are calling for action in response to Russia's involvement in Ukraine.
Ball State University is taking steps to strengthen its stand against sexual assault.
The Vanderburgh County Fair is now in full swing tonight at the 4H Center.
Indiana law enforcement officers are again off on their 1,000 mile journey around the Hoosier State.
A new section of Highway 60 in Owensboro could be ready months sooner than scheduled.
The Evansville City Council is looking to change the way lead paint is inspected to keep up with stricter guidelines on how lead poisoning is defined.
Some people in Central City, Kentucky are under a boil water advisory.
A man driving a dump truck is killed after losing control on State Road 56 near French Lick.
A Henderson man says he was robbed at gunpoint at a friend's house over the weekend. He says the man "was calm like he had done it a million times."
A falling tree limb kills a camp director in Washington, Indiana.
The Vanderburgh and Hopkins County Fairs are going on this week. These are the last two in the area until next year.
The international rallying cries for justice are getting louder, 4 days after a passenger plane was brought down by a missile in Ukraine. The global community is worried about the unexamined crash site.
A big construction project is set to kick off today at Wesselman Woods in Evansville.
Officials ask for extra caution when entering the Vanderburgh County Fair. Near the entrance Rail Road crossing, traffic can back up to Highway 41.
Several tri-state residents are taking the next step in their education to the nation's capitol.
3 people were shot on Evansville's southeast side in less than 24 hours. One person has been arrested for the first shooting. Police have now identified 32 year-old Terrence Lewis as a suspect in the 2nd shooting.
Jeff Hedges will put the flame to more than 1,000 lbs. of pork ribs this week.
Here are your traffic alerts for your Monday commute.
Outdoor lovers came out to the Old National Events Plaza this weekend for the first Outdoor Expo.
Kentucky State Police need your help finding this inmate who escaped from a work release program.
A sobriety checkpoint held in Vanderburgh county nets a couple of reportedly intoxicated drivers.
Make sure you're ready for the Vanderbugh County Fair this week!
An Evansville man accused of dealing meth told officers he had fallen on hard times and was behind on his Vectren bill.