A plan to raise certain taxes in Owensboro could now be on hold.
Accidents and slide-offs continue Thursday night, and poor road conditions are to blame.
The plows are making progress, but there's plenty of snow still on the ground. As Tri-Staters are trying to dig out today from all of the snow, some areas are more buried than others.
Ohio County residents digging themselves out of their homes might have gotten some help from some of their neighbors.
Ohio County city workers have been out all day Thursday, working on clearing out the streets for residents.
Actor Harrison Ford was seriously injured Thursday after crash-landing a small plane on a golf course in California, Variety and ABC News reported.
Many in the Tri-State are stuck in the house because of the snow, but most may go for the wrong emergency essentials.
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch will not be charged in a domestic violence case involving his ex-girlfirend.
A special meeting of the Henderson Board of Commissioners lasted less than a minute on Thursday afternoon but it was 15 years in the making. The commissioners voted unanimously to approve the city's purchase of the Hugh Edward Sanderfur Training Center for roughly $1.9 million.
Snow gets so deep it freezes up traffic light sensors. Street maintenance crews in Owensboro have been busy clearing the main roads around the city.
The Muhlenberg County city saw 17 inches of snow Wednesday, with more reported in other parts of the county.
Opting for a cost-saving, scaled back design, Evansville's downtown hotel project can proceed, said Mayor Lloyd Winnecke. Despite being saddled with delays and setbacks, the mayor credits the developer's creativity and the city's patience for the project being able to proceed again.
Ohio County residents are under nearly two feet of snow. We sent a crew to check out conditions. This is a live interview from the streets of Hartford.
Emergency officials say while there weren't too many problems, roads across the county were treacherous.
Nearly two feet of snow strands hundreds of vehicles on I-65 in Kentucky. The National Guard is called in to help move some of the jack-knifed semis and get traffic moving after Thursday's winter storm.
Eyewitness News and Evansville Otters are pitching in to help an Easter Seals Raffle. With only half of the available tickets sold, Easter Seals postpones its big drawing to sell more tickets.
A police employee in Ferguson, Missouri is out of a job, three others are suspended after a scathing Justice Department report citing systematic discrimination by police in Ferguson.
An American diplomat will likely spend days in the hospital after a knife attack in South Korea.
In the Bluegrass State, Governor Steve Beshear has issued a state-wide, State of Emergency. And, in Indiana, Posey County officials are retracting their initial report of a State of Emergency.
Eyewitness News' Stuart Hammer and Photojournalist Blaine Fentress bring the latest road condition report from Evansville.
Evansville police say they have located a missing 18-year-old.
Eyewitness News' friends over at WBKR in Owensboro trudging through the Winter storm and bitter cold for a good cause this week, but they need your help.
Anheuser-Busch is one step closer to having to sell its Kentucky distributorships including one in Owensboro.
An accident on the Lloyd Expressway and Epworth Road tied up traffic for hours, caused a fuel spill and sent one to the hospital.
Along with the winter storm warning, parts of the Tri-State are also under a flood warning.
When school resumes, students in Indiana will have ISTEP test waiting on them.
Crews fought through the miserable weather at Inland Marina to recover a key piece of evidence.
A life was lost in a deadly crash, now a Fordsville man faces Manslaughter charges.
While the winter storm causes flash flooding and accidents, it can also help farmers, and people who exercise.
Road conditions have been the factor in several crashes throughout the day.
For the first time in months, Eyewitness News can report progress on Evansville's downtown convention hotel project.
We're hearing several slide offs coming across the scanner as the road conditions get worse. Many of those are on I-64 and I-69.
The Henderson EMA shares some of the challenges is is facing during this winter storm.
Eyewitness News' Stacey may measures the snowfall as of 4:30 in Henderson
A partial mudslide shuts down a lane of the Western Kentucky Parkway in Muhlenberg County overnight.
An overnight gas leak forces some residents from their homes.
Joe Bird is in Evansville taking a look at road conditions.
Owensboro residents and small business owners voice their opinions on plans to lower electric rates and raise some taxes.
Eyewitness News talks with Mayor Winnecke by phone on today's meeting with Governor Mike Pence and with State Representative Gail Riecken who has been vocal on the construction on the IU Medical School.
Another day, another winter storm. People across the Tri-State are bracing for yet another round.
Owensboro Police make arrests in a robbery that happened in January.
The Department of Homeland Security won't run out of money anytime soon.
A giant barge with a giant crane arrived at inland marina Tuesday afternoon to aid in the effort to pluck three sunken boats from the bottom of the river. For the second straight day, crews continued the delicate and dangerous process of trying to raise the sunken vessels destroyed by fire three weeks ago. Investigators believe one of those burned boats holds the clue to what started the fire.
One of more than a dozen people involved with a retail theft ring pleads guilty.
The Government Accountability Office said Monday that the nation's system for guiding planes is at increased risk of cyber-based threat.
Springleaf holdings announces new plans today that involve the company moving it's Evansville based headquarters to Connecticut.
America's Farmer's Grows Communities Gives The Arc of Evansville a donation.
The rules governing popular '529 college savings plans' could be getting more flexible. House lawmakers passed legislation last week that changes two provisions to the plans.
The suspects in a high-profile kidnapping case out of Posey County will not have their trials moved because of pre-trial publicity.
Transportation crews across the Tri-State are not able to do much about the roads ahead of the incoming snow.