The McCurdy Building getting closer to a brand new look.
Mesker Park zoo was recognized today for it's work in the Mexican gray wolf species survival program.
Mead Johnson has been in Evansville for 99 years. It's last expansion was in 2010. Today it announces a $35 million investment, guaranteeing it's future in Evansville.
Indiana is opting out of a piece of 80 million dollars in federal grant money for early childhood education.
A Tri-State county is taking steps for new text 9-1-1 services.
Parents Feel "Breaking Bad" Action Figures Should Not Be Sold at Local Retailers.
A former president is campaigning in a hot political race.
The Tri-State gets a visit from the daughters of former president George W. Bush this evening.
A new Catholic school is set to open next year in Dubois County.
A pedestrian in Madisonville is hit by a car and listed in serious condition at the hospital.
Yet another major retailer could be hit by hackers trying to steal your credit card information.
Fewer people in the Tri-State are filing for unemployment benefits.
A Tri-State manufacturer expands its Kentucky operations.
Another meeting tonight in Illinois on the controversial topic of fracking.
A former day care worker in Posey County is facing a felony battery charge for allegedly hurting a toddler at the Children's Learning Center in Mt. Vernon.
A Florida mother, Susan Schrivjer has started a petition to remove toys from the Breaking Bad tv show from children's toy stores.
A 19 year-old Evansville man faces meth-related charges. He's accused of running a meth lab in his grandparent's garage.
A Prosecutor wants to raise the bond on a man accused in a deadly Dubois County crash.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced Tuesday morning that Mead Johnson will invest $35 million as part of an expansion at it's Evansville production facility. The significant investment will create jobs and add to it's production line, Winnecke said.
World Series By The Numbers, an infographic. From ticket sales and TV numbers to salaries and economic impact, this infographic covers the bases.
A new life behind bars awaits Oscar Pistorius after he was sentenced to a maximum five years' imprisonment for culpable homicide in the death of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
The budget is up for adoption in a week, days ahead of the Nov. 3 state mandated deadline.
Eyewitness News continues its Conversation with the Candidates tonight, as we are about two weeks away from Election Day.
This Saturday, local World War II veterans will take a flight to our nation's capital. More than 70 veterans will be on the Honor Flight from Evansville.
Also making a visit to the Tri-State, the oldest son of former President Ronald Reagan, Michael Reagan.
Tomorrow night, the daughters of former President George W. Bush are in town.
That idea was put to rest with a vote by the Fire Territory Board to keep that station open. The city's operating budget for 2015 was also approved, but members of the community still have concerns.
It is a special night for WEHT/WTVW-TV, as the founder of Nexstar Broadcasting Group, our parent company, is inducted into the 2014 Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame.
After nearly 40 years of business, a Tri-State shop is closing its doors.
Eyewitness News has learned a well known company hopes to buy a Tri-State business.
Evansville Police investigate a shots fired incident that left a woman's car riddled with bullet holes.
Consumers are finding a new way to pay.
Tri-State Athletic Club is turning dirt and concrete to make room for a new pool complex.
Dozens of Owensboro students watched as their projects took to the skies this morning.
The Indiana State Department of Health opens a call center to help answer questions about Ebola.
One of two men accused of having a homemade bomb capable of causing property damage appears in court today.
Evansville Police are investigating an incident apparently involving an EVSC student and a stun gun.
A U.S. Representative reaches out to the President in effort to keep troops away from Ebola.
A former Evansville Redevelopment commissioner facing federal charges goes to trial.
Former President Bill Clinton will appear with Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes at the Owensboro Convention Center.
After several weeks of worry, some positive developments from health officials in Texas. But is the good news enough to slow down the panic?
What should the city of Henderson look like 10 years from now? That's what members of a new committee are hoping to map out, but they need your feedback.
Early voting is now underway in Illinois. President Obama returned home to Chicago this morning to cast his ballot.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson in Evansville today talking recent changes to finance laws.
Evansville city leaders are staying tight-lipped about a big announcement for the related to jobs.
The Community Action Program of Evansville provides energy assistance for families every winter. In the first day of taking appointments, they're booked through the end of 2014.
Illegal dumping is not just a problem for rural areas. It can be found everywhere from back alleys to abandoned properties in Evansville. Fred Cook, the president of the Center City Improvement Association, believes the issue can affect an entire neighborhood.
$50,000 is how much it could take to cover the damage caused by a fire inside the Menards store in Evansville.
UE renames its College of Arts and Sciences the William L. Ridgway College of Arts and Sciences during a dedication ceremony.
Apple Pay is finally here. The new mobile payments system for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be up and running this afternoon following the release of a software update for Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
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