The search is on in Henderson for a robbery suspect.
Evansville Police are involved in a standoff in the 1500 block of Alvord Blvd. As a result, the EVSC says school buses are unable to pick up students in that area.
Corydon Gathers In Hope After The Tornado
A University of Evansville student is one of four winners of the National Share That You Care Sweepstakes.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke outlines his opposition to the state's proposed amendment that would ban gay marriage. Mayor Winnecke's views on the controversial topic may differ from some within his own party but not those on City Council.
Owensboro City Commissioners unanimously approve changes to the city's alcohol licensing laws.
After a century's worth of service, Evansville's Rotary Club is celebrating.
A homeless shelter in Evansville is dealing with bed bugs. The shelter is proactively seeking to fix the problem and have spent a substantial amount of money to do so.
The Illinois House and Senate narrowly pass sweeping changes to the state's pension system, a system underfunded by $100 billion.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke wants to change the city's sign ordinance. In the meantime, temporary sign ordinance fines are suspended.
Mayor Linda Frederick opens up about the controversy surrounding the Baker Park fields.
Saturday afternoon one-hour concert for kids of all ages
Preventing Falls Could Save a Life and Premature Stay in Nursing Home
Christmas at Galt House Hotel opens its fourth season with new technology and interactive exhibits
A truck runs off the road causing lane closures on I-164.
The Republican-controlled House has passed a new 10-year ban on firearms that that can evade metal detectors and X-ray machines.
Cloudy but mild across most of the Tri-State today. However, some big changes continue to creep towards the area for later in the week.
Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke says he is against incorporating Indiana's ban on same sex marriage into the state's constitution.
SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business has announced two major investments at it's Mt. Vernon, Indiana facility, the company's largest in the U.S.
Enjoy this mild weather because some big changes are on the way, including the chance for snow and ice by Thursday and Friday.
The husband of Dixon, Kentucky Mayor, Linda Frederick, has been cleared of wrongdoing.
The Hoosier Lottery will be drawing the winning numbers for a massive Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday. And before the drawing, you can get a free set of numbers.
Illinois lawmakers begin the process, Tuesday, to possibly pass a historic pension reform bill.
Gibson County Fair Board members hope their proposal clears a hurdle at a redevelopment commission meeting.
Attorneys for a former Boonville middle school teacher charged with voyeurism are due back in court Tuesday.
Fire broke out at a mobile home park in the 84-hundred-block of Rainier Drive early Tuesday.
Just before 10:30 Monday night, firefighters rushed to a business on Evansville's west side after reports of a fire.
Investigators believe a bird nest may be the cause of an early morning house fire in Evansville Tuesday morning.
Tonight, the six people who want to fill a seat on the EVSC School Board interview for the job.
The winter months can be harsh on vehicles, but there are a few simple checks you can do to make sure your vehicle makes it through the bitter cold.
Evansville leaders looking for a way to let businesses advertise without breaking the rules.
Mission Broadcasting’s Local 7 WTVW and Bounce TV the nation’s first-ever over-the-air broadcast television network programmed for African-American audiences, announce a new local partnership which will launch Bounce TV in the Evansville, Indiana Television Market on Wednesday, January 1st 2014 on WTVW 7.2.
Despite Fixes to Healthcare.gov website. Hoosiers are still apprehensive about the site that has had so many glitches.
A massive fire destroyed much of the historic Elks Lodge building in downtown Princeton on Thanksgiving morning. City officials say the fire came as the city's downtown showed signs of momentum.
Ivy Tech Community College welcomes some four-legged visitors to the campus today.
Evansville's Easter Seals Rehab Center once again gets a boost from an anonymous donor.
A federal judge has dismissed one of the lawsuits filed by a missing Indiana University student's parents.
State fire marshals are investigating a series of fires at a Spencer County farm.
There's still no word on the whereabouts of an Owensboro man who hasn't been seen in several days.
The search for a missing kangaroo left its owners worried, and much of Fordsville talking.
Early numbers indicate that online shopping is up by more than 20 percent today compared with the same time last year.
December is off to a mild start, but that will all change on Thursday, as temperatures plummet, followed by a wintry mix of precipitation.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected appeals from two big online retailers who want to keep states from taxing their merchandise.
About 1.3 million unemployed Americans are set to lose their extended jobless benefits by the end of the month if Congress doesn't renew the program.
Same-sex couples are taking advantage of Hawaii's new-found aloha for gay weddings.
Police say a student with a gun inside an Ohio high school is now in custody.
It's an all you can handle weather week. We'll start with a warmup, and end with the possibility of some ice by Friday.
An Evansville man calls 911 to complain about getting kicked out of a strip club and ends up in jail.
The Department of Health and Human Services says the worst of the online glitches may be over for the government's health care website.
A member of the National Transportation Board says a second data recorder has been retrieved from the train involved in a fatal New York City derailment.
Tina Stein joined Eyewitness News in September 2013. She comes from Rockford, Illinois where she spent seven years at WIFR-TV, most recently as Evening News Anchor. During her time in Rockford, Tina was named Best News Anchor by the Illinois Broadcasters Association and won eleven Associated Press awards for her reporting, including Best News Reporter and Best Investigation. One of her investigations uncovered sex offenders were working as election judges in schools. Her report prompted the Winnebago County Clerk to require background checks on all election judges. Tina is a graduate of the University of Iowa. There she helped launch the first student-run television station. She also served as President of Gamma Phi Beta sorority and the student chapter of RTNDA. While in college, Tina held internships at WGN in Chicago, Tribune Broadcasting in Washington, WMTV in Madison, KCRG in Cedar Rapids and WIFR in Rockford.
Laura Kirtley joined Eyewitness News as host of Lifestyles and anchor of the noon broadcast. She is excited to be back in the area after working as a morning anchor/reporter for WLFI in West Lafayette, Ind. While at WLFI, Laura was proud to focus on education, health, and wellness stories. She was the station's reporter for HELEN Magazine, a magazine created for local women.
For some it's a calling. For others it's a career or a conviction. For Jordan, it's all three. As a passionate, dedicated, and natural born storyteller, he looks forward to every day where he gets to report on what matters here in the Tri-State.
Ryan joined the Eyewitness News team in September 2011 as a reporter/multimedia journalist. He graduated from West Virginia University in May 2011 with degrees in Journalism and Communications.
Randall tries to take a simple approach to his job, look at every story from a sports fan's point of view and to just have fun. He is a sports fan himself and feels that is what sports is all about, just having fun.
Wayne has been the Chief Meteorologist for Eyewitness News since 1993 and is now in his 29th year as a television meteorologist.
The first Tri-State broadcaster elected to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle Hall of Fame, Brad Byrd is now in his 36th year as Lead News Anchor for Eyewitness News.
Kayla Moody joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter/multi-media journalist in July 2011. In September 2011 she became the morning live reporter for Eyewitness News and a host of Local 7 Lifestyles. Three months later she became a nightside reporter, primarily reporting for the 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Tabnie Dozier comes to Eyewitness News from Western Kentucky University where she graduated with honors in May 2011 with a degree in Broadcast News and a Spanish minor.
Shalah Sasse joined Eyewitness News in September 2009. Shalah reports and co-anchors Eyewitness News at 9:00 p.m.
Drew Amman joined Eyewitness News in January 2009. He continues to do what he started in 2003...that's cover the tri-state.
2011 marks Randy's Moore's 31st year at Eyewitness News. He started as a news reporter in 1980, switched to sports for 10 years, then returned to news where he has been the primary news anchor for the past two decades
Ron Rhodes is an Owensboro, Kentucky native, so he knows just how challenging predicting Tri-State weather can be...