Just one day after a death was ruled a homicide in Daviess County, Indiana; a community is still in shock.
Burglary Investigation Leads to Arrests in Henderson County.
Part of the new US 60 extension in Owensboro will open this morning, but drivers will still need to use caution in the area as work is not yet finished
Holly's House opens its doors to the community for its 6th Annual Fun Fair. The event featured rides, a car show, food and even free hair cuts.
Evansville Central Library is celebrating 10 years at its location on Martin Luther King Blvd.
The software comes with a price tag causing City Council members to split their decision on whether or not there's room in the budget.
For the first time since purchasing them last year, the Evansville Police Department has released the body camera video from the officer-involved shooting early Sunday morning. The incident happened around 3:30 at the Marathon gas station parking lot at the corner of Walnut and Kentucky.
Evansville Police confirm that a shooting at the intersection of Walnut and Kentucky has left one person injured. This is the second shooting at this intersection in less than 12 hours.
The officer was responding to a “shots fired” call shortly before 3:30 a.m. when EPD says the officer encountered a shootout at the Marathon station on Kentucky Ave. and Walnut St.
Evansville's Garvin Park plays host to an eclectic selection of music with a free, family friendly event.
Senator Mitch McConnell spoke at the Henderson County Republican Party's annual event Saturday.
A cleaning crew found the woman at Capitol 8 Theater Friday afternoon.
Indiana State Police confirms there is an active homicide investigation in Daviess County just west of Elnora, Ind.
A unique kind of football team takes the turf, right here in the tristate.
Family and friends of missing Boonville woman, Kristy Kelley, are hoping a reward will help bring their loved one home.
Blake Layman is getting some of his time back.
The respiratory illness effecting hundreds of children across the country makes its first appearance in Indiana.
Ohio County Sheriff's deputies say a Centertown man sold them illegal painkillers while working undercover.
Minnesota Vikings Running Back Adrian Peterson facing a charge in Texas of injury to a child.
The city's initial ordinance granted ATV and golf cart users access on city streets; but city council has made some changes.Changes they say will make driving these vehicles safer.
Hundreds of residents at an apartment complex on Evansville's east side Thursday with a mail problem.
As budget negotiations continue, city officials say the Roberts Park project and city pools could be effected.
Despite objections, two Vanderburgh County candidates will be on the November ballot.
Madisonville Police announce new charges are filed against a mother accused of going on a crime spree while carrying her baby on her hip.
The Sturgis, Kentucky Jeep and Truck Off-Road Blowout is taking place at the fairgrounds this weekend.
Construction is set to begin next week in Haubstadt at the intersection of U.S. 41 at Warrenton Rd.
Students at Vincennes University will soon be able to enjoy a new student center.
No zombies are coming to the Tri-State, but Webster County has pulled a big name for the first ever Providence Literary Festival.
Students in Evansville are all smiles in their brand new shoes.
An Ohio County dispatcher is fired after the way he dealt with a caller during an emergency situation.
For the first time in it's 60 year television history, the Miss America Organization is giving cameras access to the hour leading up to the competition.
Evansville Police need your help identifying two men who used stolen credit cards at several gas stations around the city.
He's the newest member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and is about to kick off his holiday tour. Kenny Rogers will perform in Evansville this Winter.
Senator Evan Bayh released a statement Friday morning. He said he will not run for the office he once held for two terms in the 1990s.
Red Cross CEO Amy Canterbury stops by to give us crucial tips for our safety. September is National Preparedness Month, from brand new apps to what you must have in your emergency kit, the Tri-state knows very well disaster can hit at anytime.
In this week's Behind the Badge, Greg Parker speaks with Evansville Firefighters Captain Larry Zuber and Chief Mark Mastison about their run to Ground Zero following the 9/11 attacks.
It was standing room only as the community gathered to learn more about this proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter.
If you're an Indiana taxpayer, you pay $64 a day to house an inmate at Wabash Valley Correctional Facility near Terre Haute.
Some notable people in the Tri-State were scooping ice cream at the Baskin Robbins at Lawndale Shopping Center tonight.
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, crime-solving technology may be left off Evansville's 2015 budget. It's called ShotSpotter.
Dozens of people walk the streets of Owensboro to remember the victims of 9/11.
The family of Craig Davenport talking publicly about him pleading guilty in the death of Rodney "Bo" Hale.
A pest is starting to pop up throughout the Tri-State. They're called armyworms.
A former Vanderburgh County Commissioner voices concern over the location of some soon-to-be-demolished blighted properties. Evansville recently received $1.68 million in grant money to demolish 82 blighted properties. However, 25 of them are located on or near the location of where the new D-Patrick Downtown car dealership could be located. Kelley Coures, the executive director of the Department of Metropolitan Development, said the city has received all the necessary approvals from the state.
Radio control flight enthusiasts from all over country will be in Henderson for a three day event.
Owensboro city engineers say the pier will now open next spring due to structural problems.
Fire departments across the nation are paying their respects on the anniversary of 9/11.
Plans are in the works for the creation of a black heritage trail in Evansville.
We remember what happened on this day 13 years ago, but it's even more so for fire fighters.
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