A local service project proves to be a labor of love by UE's senior nursing class. The class spent Friday morning at Ruth's house, cleaning and helping the shelter.
A 91-year-old woman in Poland was declared dead November 6 and sent to a funeral home, only to wake up 11 hours later in cold storage.
Through local collection points, Evansville residents hope to contribute more than 5,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to the 2014 global goal of reaching 10 million needy children. Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has delivered gift-filled shoeboxes to more than 113 million children in more than 150 countries. For many of these children, a gift-filled shoebox is the first gift they have ever received.
The search continues in Evansville for a man police say drove a truck into a duplex on the city's north side.
One of the specific actions in the complaint zeroes in on the decision to delay for one year the requirement that employers with over 50 employees provide health care coverage or pay penalties. House Republicans agreed to the postponement and voted to pass it. They disagreed with how the president passed the delay.
Eyewitness News talks with people living in Buffalo through the winter storm.
Attending the Indiana State Fair is getting more expensive.
A special Eyewitness In-Depth tonight, "Game Over". On February 28, 2009, a Tri-State woman called 911 asking to play a game. It became a tense encounter that ended in gunfire with Evansville Police.
More than 50 members, including some from western Kentucky, are back home after spending more than a month combating the Ebola outbreak.
Michael Hall was convicted of robbing an Evansville gas station at gunpoint and is sentenced to four years in prison.
One of the main barriers to higher education is tuition - but 5/3 Bank is hoping to help USI students with that.
Before the horses walk in the Evansville and Owensboro Christmas parades, they delivered some prizes to a sweepstakes winner.
It's one of the hardest habits to break, and one former smoker shared his story with Eyewitness News.
UPDATE: The northbound lanes along the Pennyrile Parkway are back open to traffic
A man told he may never walk again spends his days running to those in need. In tonight's Behind the Badge, we meet Posey County EMT and Wadesville Fire Department Division Chief John Williams.
We profiled him on Wednesday after finding him, homeless, near the Old Courthouse. Later that day, his family found us. Friday, with tremendous help from the E.P.D., Larry Campbell was reunited with his family.
Two Evansville City Council members propose a plan to help nearly a thousand residents pay for expensive water meter repairs.
An early morning chase ends with police taking a few ounces of synthetic drugs off the streets.
The Owensboro Public School Board approves expansion plans for an elementary school.
Today was the officials lighting of Evansville's Christmas tree and Eyewitness News was there when they flipped the switch.
Getting behind the wheel for the first time can be nerve wrecking for teens and their parents.
Owensboro city officials are working to bring one of the largest developments in the region into the city.
A Dubois County man responsible for a fatal DUI accident back in January learns his sentence.
43 charities took part in the challenge, and today, the grand prize winner was given a $500 check.
Just like millions of undocumented migrant workers who have been flooding the U.S. border for years, local immigrants just want a piece of the American dream.
He's a three time Grand National Champion in tractor pulling, and now a documentary of his life has been made called, 'Long Road Home - The Larry Koester Story.'
Members of the Blue Angels drop by to check-in with the Hadi Shriners ahead of this summer's Shrinersfest.
Holiday shopping can be prime hunting season for scam artists looking to take advantage of busy shoppers, or those who may have their guard down. Don't fall victim. Here's a list of the most common 12 scams of Christmas.
UPDATE: The Vanderburgh County Coroner's office has released the name of the man struck and killed by a car as tried to cross N. Green River Rd. Wednesday night.
Parents, it's time to check your child's stroller. Graco is recalling nearly 5 million strollers. There's been several reports of injuries and at least six children had part of their fingers cut off.
Eight killed in NY snow storm. Residents are struggling to manage with more than 6 feet on the ground. Now, forecasters say more is coming.
Police in Evansville are looking into a shooting in the 3500 block of Jackson Avenue. It happened Wednesday evening in the apartments next to the Neighborhood Walmart.
The Indiana State Fire Marshal says the fire in Loogootee that tore through businesses, was accidental.
Authorities have captured a Tri-State sex offender who skipped court.
Ruth Jenkins, Heritage Federal Credit Union, explains how credit unions are uniting together in a campaign to let Congress know that it is time to take action and hold merchants accountable for data breaches.
Dr. Noah Taylor explains what can be done to prevent, detect, and treat lung cancer.
An EVSC bus driver says he was attacked by a parent in front of the kids on the bus on the way to school Thursday morning.
Two weeks after the election, Democrat Mike Frerichs is named the winner after his opponent concedes.
E-cigarettes are gaining traction. They've become so common, they're now regularly used in the English language.
'Team Gage' was at Ford Center selling T-shirts and armbands to raise money for his cancer treatments.
Drivers should expect temporary lane closures around the cloverleaf over the next two weeks.
EPD Detective Brian Turpin is carrying out Nathan Schroer's vision to assist Kenyan police officers.
A study was presented to Evansville's Park's Board saying that some of the city's parks need work to make them accessible to all children.
Anchor Industries has been in Evansville for more than 100 years, and they've just signed a multi-million dollar deal with the U.S. Defense Department.
An elderly man accidentally hits the gas instead of the brakes, and ends up inside a Dollar General.
Despite the chill and snow, it is so far, so good for the area's water mains.
The company provides gas and electric service to more than 1 million customers across Indiana and Ohio. And last night, Vectren was recognized with a national award.
An Evansville teacher got quite the surprise this afternoon from Peabody Energy.
Senior welding students from the Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center seeing their handiwork put to use today at Mesker Park Zoo's Amazonia.
Firefighters say the new headquarters on Highway 41 could be ready by Christmas at the earliest.
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