An Indiana man, is using the protection of religion in the new RFRA law to start a new church whose sacrament is marijuana.
Until Wednesday, it was the law that didn't grab many headlines but perhaps it should have. A little Ohio County girl's brave fight against a rare genetic disease leads to a new Kentucky state law.
An Evansville man admits to killing a friend over grocery money.
An effort to give parents more confidence letting their kids ride their bikes alone teaches kids safety essentials.
There is a push for Indiana to adopt an official State Warbird.
A Kentucky educator is retiring after 43 years.
The school day is getting a half hour longer in the North Gibson School District.
State Rep. Ron Bacon, who voted for the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, speaks about his decision.
As the smoke cleared the former Whirlpool building on Highway 41 in Evansville, officials investigate the cause of the afternoon fire.
Gov. Beshear announced a deal to close the funding gap, which allows for construction to start later this year.
Keeping a 20-year-old tradition alive, U of E recognizes Evansville's top class teachers with 'Outstanding Educators of the Year Awards.'
The search continues for a murderer who escaped from an Illinois jail. Authorities say Kamron Taylor overpowered and choked an officer Wednesday morning and took his keys and uniform.
Eleven of the 12 defendants charged with racketeering and other crimes in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal were convicted Wednesday.
Five weeks before the primary election, six people from Vanderbugh County got a chance to cast a ballot.
Hal Holbrook to perform, "Mark Twain Tonight" and Roseanne Cash to perform as part of nationwide tour.
On Wednesday the Roman Catholic bishops of Indiana issued a joint statement on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Indiana recently adopted.
The government has a new weapon against cyber hackers who threaten national security.
1,500 Hoosiers, and more than 120,000 people nationwide are waiting for life-saving organ transplants.
Festival runs April 9-12, 2015.
Don't let the joke be on you this April Fool's Day, when it comes to fraud protection. The Evansville Better Business Bureau offers dos and don’ts to avoid being fooled by a scam.
Wednesday at the Convention Center in Owensboro, Governor Beshear is signing a bill concerning newborn screening for Krabbe disease.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller made an appearance at a protest in Bloomington over the RFRA.
Google combines the popular 80's video game with their mapping program.
Nuclear talks with Iran continue despite the deadline for an agreement passing.
The American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten is responding to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed in Indiana.
In Evansville, a job fair is being hosted at the CK Newsome Center Wednesday.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear is expected to make an announcement regarding the Owensboro riverfront Wednesday.
Wednesday, a panel of judges with the state's second highest court will hear oral arguments in an appeal involving challenged evidence in a murder trial.
The Evansville Water & Sewer Utility's new Green Infrastructure Participation Policy project gets its first test Wednesday.
Vanderburgh County fire crews are responding to a trailer fire in the Westbrook Mobile Home Park.
A hero cop in Boston is in stable condition four days after being shot at point-blank range.
A war hero and US congresswoman from Illinois is looking to trade in her seat in the House for one in the other chamber.
Sports apparel giant Nike is also now speaking out against Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
A section of south bound Highway 41 in Henderson was closed due to an accident.
Brad Byrd talks with Erin Gibson, a journalism instructor at the University of Southern Indiana, to get her reaction to Governor Pence calling out the media regarding the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Two people are injured after an accident and vehicle fire.
City officials unveil the renaming of a west side street today in Evansville to honor the late Rick Davis.
As the Purple Aces play in the College Invitational Tournament Tuesday night, several fans turn their attention away from sports for a moment to reflect on Kazee's strong stance against the new law.
Two people were arrested after Tri-State authorities bust a synthetic marijuana operation.
Rehabilitation work on railroad crossings continues today in Henderson.
An illegal lane change leads Evansville Police to a sizable marijuana bust.
A small fire breaks out around an Evansville home.
Starting Wednesday, police around the nation will watch for more than your speed.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruling about school buses doesn't appear to impact the Tri-State's largest school districts.
The Easter Seals Telethon is a mere two weeks away. And on Tuesday, Eyewitness News joined in for the final push leading up to the big event.
EPD gets its 7th Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, otherwise known as CALEA Accreditation.
Fire departments have been busy the last few days battling field fires. Dry air and wind can be to blame for Tuesday's field fire on Big Cynthiana Rd.
An Evansville woman is arrested for driving drunk with her kids in the car.
A report from Kentucky State Auditor Adam Edelen shows 15 hospitals are in poor financial shape.
Prom can be a very expensive night. One local group is making the perfect prom dress a reality for girls regardless of their ability to pay.