A new plane lands, and new age begins for Evansville Regional Airport.
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking more about I-69. With a new bridge years away, concerns are rising on the amount of traffic we could see south of the Ohio River.
Today, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and Evansville Courier & Press Editor Tim Ethridge took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge together.
Owensboro City Commissioners introduce an amendment that would exempt existing bars from the proposed smoking ban.
Evansville residents get a close look at the impact the V.O.I.C.E. initiative has had on the community.
Four agonizing days have gone by since the disappearance of missing Boonville woman, Kristy Kelley. Family and friends continue their search.
Owensville Community School will be closed tomorrow due to a problem with the air conditioning.
After receiving complaints from neighbors and calls from Eyewitness News, the Evansville EPA levies a fine against a man for illegal burning at a property on E. Eichel Ave. Neighbors alleged the man was tearing down an abandoned house 'board by board' and burning the material. However, the man disputes that.
Owensboro Police are looking for suspects in a robbery today.
Fire officials say they haven't missed a call despite their fire station burning down earlier this summer.
The search for Kristy Kelley who has been missing since Friday has drawn hundreds of people to the Studio Bee Community Youth Center in Boonville.
An EF1 Hit Robards, KY on Sunday.
The search for a missing Gibson County woman is centered around the Hazleton boat ramp and the White River.
A Livermore, Kentucky man is sentenced to 12 months in prison followed by a three year period of supervised release for pushing steroids.
Five missing women in the Tri-State. All within the same region and time frame. Even still authorities say there is no correlation between the cases.
A Henderson County man pleads guilty to robbing three banks across the region two years ago.
St. Louis police shot and killed a 23 year-old man they say was acting "erratically" and carrying a knife up and down the street.
A Vanderburgh County judge orders the woman accused of burning down an Evansville apartment building be transferred to the State Hospital.
A traffic stop for speeding in Posey County leads to a driving under the influence arrest.
Opening arguments have started in the murder trial of Austin Blaize.
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Right now crews are fighting flames at a local storage facility, near Nortonville.
In Cincinnati, the Coast Guard is responding to a 5,000-8,000 gallon diesel fuel spill in the Ohio River.
It's official. The National Weather Service declares the tornado touchdown in Henderson County an EF-1.
Indiana State Police are on the scene of a 2 car crash that caused a van to run into a building.
It's a story reaching far and wide, but it's the support at home that means the most to the family of missing Boonville woman, Kristy Kelley.
Three young children are pulled from a Vanderburgh County trailer deputies describe as filthy, infested with hundreds of cockroaches, covered in trash and cat feces.
An Evansville group called Young and Established traveled to Ferguson over the weekend to join the protest. Brad Byrd sits down with the groups founder and CEO, Courtney Johnson, to get his reaction to scene in Ferguson.
Allegations of questionable contracts, security lapses and HIPAA violations put a Henderson nursing home facility under fire. These allegations come after two major shake-ups in the company's leadership.
A South American nation passionate about soccer gets new athletic equipment from Evansville.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke gave an overview of his suggestions the 2015 Evansville Budget Plan.
If you need to get rid of some big household items, you can do that a week from today.
A team from the National Weather Service will be in the Tri-State tomorrow to survey the damage from Sunday's storms.
As more details about the shooting death of Michael Brown is released, it remains a topic of discussion across the country.
A final vote is expected tomorrow on Owensboro's proposed smoking ordinance.
Several inches of rain caused flash flooding across the city, leaving residents and businesses to clean the mess from Mother Nature.
While there is still no contract in hand, communication is still open between the EVSC and Teamsters Local 215 Union.
The search continues for 27-year-old Kristy Kelley.
Unemployment numbers released today for the month of July.
Indiana's first female Supreme Court Chief Justice is sworn in today in Indianapolis. Loretta Rush replaces Brent Dickson.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is making his way down to southwestern Indiana later this week.
The nation's largest supermarket chain now at the center of gun control.
Nearly a million people visited the Indiana State Fair this year, making it the third largest crowd ever.
From the Muhlenberg County Emergency Management, if you notice a large helicopter above your home this week, it's just utility crews checking the lines.
Vast farmlands and dense wetlands makes for a tough search effort in Warrick County for 27-year-old Kristy Kelley. Authorities say she was last seen in Boonville early Friday morning.
Evansville Police still searching for clues after a 24 year old man is shot to death on his bicycle.
One person dies in a single-vehicle accident in Hopkins County over the weekend.
The Gibson County Sheriff's Office reports a woman has been missing since Sunday.
It's been more than a month now since anyone has seen Joelle Lockwood. While she was reportedly seen near Pigeon Creek, the search for any information in the case has expanded to Posey County, and in White County, Illinois.
Gunfire, tear gas and Molotov cocktails Sunday night marked some of the fiercest clashes yet between police and protesters furious about the death of an unarmed teenager. Governor sends National Guard to restore peace and order to the community.
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