A $3 million project is now complete at an EVSC middle school.
Getting hit with pepper spray is indescribably painful. A group of police recruits had to experience it.
Kentucky Attorney General Jeff Conway announces the indictment and arraignment today of a former Hopkins County certified medication technician.
A Gibson County man is arrested for the second time in five days.
One of the first people to greet President Obama as Air Force 1 lands in Evansville Friday will be Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
Evansville's VFW on North Wabash Avenue received some sprucing up today courtesy of Home Depot.
Preparations for President Barack Obama's visit are well underway as are some of the security measures most people will never see. Some of those measures include the monitoring of online traffic for anything that might be perceived as a threat to the President. However, where do you draw the line between the Freedom of Speech and protecting the President? A local attorney provides some insight.
People Plan for Road Closings Due to President Obama Visiting.
Eyewitness News' Laura Kirtley talked with ABC's Dr. Jennifer Ashton about what women need to know when it comes to their breast health.
The Ohio County gas station that sold a million dollar winning Powerball ticket last month gets their own prize today.
They just broke ground earlier this afternoon, but crews aren't waiting. They're starting to dig up the area that will become a new cloverleaf intersection at the Lloyd and Highway 41.
Three decades, more than 430 homes. It's a tough act to follow. So what does Habitat for Humanity have in store for the future?
A Henderson County woman is facing a felony wanton endangerment charge for allegedly driving drunk with her two kids in the car.
Vectren is putting plans in place to assist customers preparing for the winter season. Call center support hours will be extended for the month of October as natural gas customers prepare for colder temperatures or look into energy assistance programs.
Microsoft has announced its next OS: Windows 10: the company's current OS is Windows 8.
The President's visit will be closing some major roadways.
At the corner of Pringle St. and Shelby St. an air release valve is emitting the foul smell from the bowels of the sewer system.
The so-called, 'loud music trial' in Florida has come to an end with Michael Dunn being found guilty of 1st degree murder.
Starting Wednesday, Ford Center will be decked out in reminders from St. Mary's to live a healthy lifestyle.
U.S Secret Service Director, Julia Pierson, has resigned amid several recent security breaches involving the President and the White House.
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(CNN) -- Suspects in a bizarre burglary beat to death 920 chickens at a farm in central California earlier this month, authorities say.
Investigators found two fully functional pipe bombs and believe that a three-week manhunt may be taking a toll on suspected cop killer Eric Matthew Frein, Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens said Tuesday.
A patient with the first case of Ebola diagnosed inside the United States is now in isolation at a hospital in Dallas and health officials are trying to keep the public calm as they track down anyone else who may have been exposed.
Four University of Kentucky football players are suspended and could face charges in connection to the firing of a bb gun that caused a 2 hour lock-down on campus Sunday night.
The U.S. Army Golden Knights Parachute Team landed at Apollo High School this morning.
The couple accused of holding Joelle Lockwood against her will for over a month is due in court Wednesday.
Extreme Athlete Dane Rauschenberg ran 52 marathons in 52 weeks back in 2006 and while he continues running and staying in shape, he's also a motivational speaker because he didn't grow up as a runner.
Henderson voters get their chance to hear candidates face off tonight.
North Posey's school board hosts a public forum to talk about proposed projects and get ideas of what improvements should be made.
While the president isn't expected to land in Evansville until Friday afternoon, preparations are already being laid.
We now know the cause of death of the infant found dead inside a Vanderburgh County home.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly applauds nine Indiana schools that received the U.S. Department of Education's 2014 National Blue Ribbon Award, one of them is in Evansville.
We're only a month out from Election Day and there are some major concerns that some absentee ballots may not be counted.It's not a problem that many absentee voters would notice; a small box in the corner signed by election officials.But, those signatures are missing on hundreds of already mailed ballots and there is concern about the problem being fixed in time.
A candidate for auditor is in Evansville teaching a class and talking about the president's upcoming visit.
OMU provides power and water to tens of thousands of customers. Now, they're looking into providing internet service as well.
An 18-year-old and two juveniles face robbery charges for their involvement in up to three robberies in the past month.
In a news release, the White House confirmed Tuesday that President Barack Obama's visit to the Tri-State later this week intends to highlight the progress made on economic recovery. Part of the trip will include a stop to Millennium Steel, a highly profitable and successful minority-owned company in Princeton, Ind. Local economic leaders said even though the President is stopping at just one business, the President's potential message could speak highly of the entire region's economy.
A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital is the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday.
Bruce Rauner is the Republican Party candidate for Governor of Illinois. However while in Fairfield he said he's not a politician, but a businessman.
The Tri-state Food Bank has a new executive director.
Members of the Libertarian Party are suing Kentucky Educational Television.
The mayor's office has announced new details on the downtown convention hotel.
Maryland Transportation Authority Police said swimmer Michael Phelps was arrested on suspicion of Driving Under the Influence.
Police cars, fire trucks, and ambulances all rushed to the Evansville Regional Airport Tuesday morning. It was not for a crash, but instead preparing for one.
Gibson County Sheriff's dept. is on the scene of a grain bin fire in Francisco, IN.
Starting September 30, all five members of Fleetwood Mac -- Christine McVie, her ex-husband John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood -- are launching a tour called "On With The Show."
1 student injured after shooting at Fern Creek High School
"We're Combing the Beaches and Doing Projects" includes activities for kids using items found on beaches.
EFD says, the cause of a strong chemical odor, disorienting and concerning an Evansville neighborhood, has been discovered.
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