Those who'd like to pay respects to Kristy Kelley and her family may do so at the Boonville High School Auditorium Friday night.
The fallout from the Sears' near record losses this year are being felt here in the Tri-state.
If you dial 9-1-1 and hear silence, don't be alarmed.
Walmart's corporate officials announce a major holiday hiring spree.
Walmart is eyeing a new location in Western Kentucky.
5 simple ways to protect your credit card information from "skimmers."
A former cross country coach and teacher at a Wayne County, Illinois school has plead guilty to Sex Offenses involving minors.
In Ohio, the search is on for an inmate who escaped a corrections facility in Bowling Green.
Just days after Australia raised its terror alert level to "high," police detained more than a dozen people. Through a coordinated operation, Wednesday, authorities say they disrupted a pending ISIS attack.
The Sears store and Sears Auto Center in Owensboro will close to the public in early December.
After hearing reports that he had been reported missing, 42 year old Brad Rubsam contacted his family on Wednesday.
Thursday, the Indiana State Police unveiled a new electronic firearms application process that will be in effect beginning October 1st.
A man charged in the death of a Martinsville, Indiana man is sentenced this morning in a Warrick County courtroom.
Evansville City Council says the City's 2015 budget could be cut by $10- to $13 million, with deep cuts to the Department of Parks and Recreation.
After more than a month of not knowing what happened to his daughter, Todd Scales found relief amid tragedy.
Customers received a pleasant surprise at a fast food restaurant.
After an internal investigation determined he acted within state law and department policy, the Evansville Police officer involved in Sunday's shooting is free to return to work Thursday assuming he's cleared by a mental health professional as required by department guidelines. EPD brass believes Officer Ryan Winters, a seven year veteran, acted heroically in stopping a shootout between two men at a gas station parking lot.
For the first time, the final plan for Evansville's proposed Roberts Park is unveiled. Whether it will be funded, however, remains to be seen.
The US Senate votes on the Fairness Pay Bill for the fourth time on Monday. Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly was not present for the vote.
How can we afford to build a new park when we have to maintain the ones we already have? That age-old question sparked a flurry of frustration Wednesday afternoon at Evansville's Parks Board meeting. Denise Johnson, the executive director for the Parks and Recreation department, didn't mince words when speaking about the projected budget cuts she feels are coming too often and too deep.
After many nights of searching, praying, wondering and hoping to find their daughter, yesterday the nightmare came to an end.
The sun shined down on a new home today in the heart of Evansville. On First at Four, the ribbon was cut on the Eyewitness News sponsored Habitat House in Evansville.
With summer on its way out the door, Indiana officials are still talking about the damaging effects of last winter's storms.
An accident involving a semi-truck has westbound traffic backed up on the Lloyd Expressway at US-41.
A Tri-State sheriff reflects on the search effort for a missing Warrick County woman that ended last night.
An Evansville Police Officer involved in a weekend shootout "acted lawfully" according to department guidelines.
Gary and Lynn Dauby run the Blue Heron Vineyards & Winery along the Ohio River in Cannelton, Ind.
A Henderson woman is in jail for the second time this month. Now, she's facing meth charges.
The city of Jasper in under a boil advisory. Officials say the advisory is expected to last 3 days.
Adrian Peterson is suspended from the NFL for allegedly abusing his child. Now he gets paid more than a half million dollars a week.
Evansville Philharmonic Guild is the sponsor for the Kenny Kent Lexus Evansville Jazz & Wine Festival. Many funds help keep the beautiful tunes of orchestra flowing.
Even though it's only September, signs of Christmas have already been spotted around the tristate.
The Warrick County Sheriff says Kristy Kelley's death was ruled an accidental drowning due to asphyxia.
According to a post on the official search page for missing Boonville woman Kristy Kelley, the family believes Kristy's vehicle has been found in a body of water. Todd Scales, Kristy's father, posted tonight that Kristy's body could be inside.
After months of continuous construction, lane restrictions and road closures, a work zone along a busy Evansville street will soon be cleared up.
The Evansville Police Department has identified the officer involved in this weekend's police action shooting on the southside. Officer Ryan Winters, a seven year veteran, acted within department policy and state law when he engaged one of the two gunmen in the shootout at a gas station parking lot, according to the findings of the internal investigation.
The Tri-State food bank is asking for your vote in the Walmart Fight Hunger, Spark Change campaign.
After receiving numerous complaints about speeders on gravel roads, the Henderson County Fiscal Court is expected to begin drafting an ordinance that would lower the speed limits on the county's gravel roads. Under Kentucky state law, the default speed limit is 55 mph when no speed limit sign is posted. The court has proposed lowering that speed limit to either 40 or 45 mph.
A man who wishes to remain anonymous deposits $10,000 at People's Bank in Boonville as reward for anyone who brings Kristy Kelley home safely.
Utility officials say the Ohio County plant will not be idled after new deals were struck with other utilities earlier this year.
A miscalculation by the Indiana BMV could mean a refund for Indiana drivers.
More than 3 million dollars was brought in at the Vanderburgh County tax sale.
A Signature School Senior receives a scholarship for leadership.
A big donation from an Evansville business can help you fix-a-flat and a whole lot more.
The Evansville Redevelopment Commission approves more money to go towards construction at the old post office.
A Greenville man is arrested after detectives say he stole a utility trailer from a Rural King store in Powderly.
A mail delivery man is under arrest after threatening people around the community.
American astronauts will soon have their own means to cruise through space.
The first part of the Old Ledbetter bridge in Kentucky is blown to pieces in a controlled demolition.
Evansville Civic Theatre presents "The Odd Couple - The Female Version" Fridays and Saturdays September 19, 20, 26, & 27 at 7:30 PM Sundays September 21 and 28 at 2:00 PM Adults $18, Seniors $16, Students $12 www.evansvillecivictheatre.org 812-425-2800 Evansville Civic Theatre 717 N Fulton Avenue
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