Evansville city officials are working on a new project to help you find your way.
Violence erupts in Baltimore as protesters are now facing off with police.
A proposal to limit the power of State School Superintendent Glenda Ritz is likely in its last public hearing.
A Kentucky woman faces multiple charges after a traffic stop allegedly turns up drugs.
An Evansville man faces drug-related charges after officers reportedly find a stash of marijuana in a Play-Doh container.
One-in-six women have been sexually assaulted. We're putting a tough subject front and center as we wrap up Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
More than 113,000 tests were taken Friday. Most went off without too many problems.
The tornado damaged homes and trees Saturday afternoon, but the damage and debris are still visible.
With only a few days left in the legislative session in Indianapolis, lawmakers are still trying to decide where to make cuts in the new state budget.
The Nepal earthquake hits close to home for two Evansville business owners. They are thankful their families made it out alive.
A Henderson man faces meth charges.
Police in Evansville respond to a complaint of someone making meth at a home near Oak Hill Cemetery and say they caught the suspect actually making the drug when they arrived.
A former prosecutor is accused of withholding information on a data breach that happened within their office.
A major American car manufacturer issues a recall for faulty door latches.
Many are looking for ways to aid the recovery effort after the deadly quake in Nepal. A number of organizations around the world are taking donations for the victims.
LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER (LTYM) is a one day live staged reading event giving local writers the opportunity to share their stories of motherhood.
Helicopter rescues are underway to get climbers stranded on Mt. Everest.
A new pet recall means dog owners will want to check the treat drawer.
Opening statements are scheduled to begin Monday in the trial of suspected movie theater shooter, James Holmes.
The penalty phase of the Boston Marathon bombing trial continues Monday with the defense taking its turn.
Rescue teams are pouring into Nepal from all over the world, racing against the clock to keep the death toll from climbing even higher.
The US Senate confirmed her last week in a 56-43 vote.
The case of a deadly Vanderburgh County crash is in court Monday.
This week, the Supreme Court will begin a hearing that could decide the future of same-sex marriage.
Looking to spruce up your yard with some spring flowers? Now's the time to get them and help out some students at the same time.
In Baltimore, Freddie Gray's family is calling for calm as they prepare to say a final goodbye.
An overnight house fire in the town of Owensville is being called suspicious.
The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation is hosting a bus driver career fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Enlow Field on Monday.
A roll over crash in Daviess Co., KY, on HWY 60 E has taken one life, and sent another to the hospital.
The National Weather Service says an EF-0 touched down briefly in Dixie in Henderson County.
The National Weather Service says a microburst, not a tornado, was responsible for the damage caused in the Corydon area Saturday afternoon.
The YMCA hosted Healthy Kids Day at the Dunigan Y in Evansville on Sunday to help families get a jump on summer.
Captain Bob Jornlin was on board the LST 325 Sunday to autograph books for the ship's gift shop.
Evansville Police say an SUV was backing out of a parking space on Franklin St. when it was hit by another SUV.
The American Red Cross is on hand in Smith Mills to help residents and first responders through the next few days after the microburst.
Sheriff's deputies say the driver lost control and left the road on HWY 359 - forcing traffic to be diverted for a time.
One Waverly Kentucky homeowner lost almost everything Saturday evening when the Microburst destroyed her trailer.
Evansville Police arrest a man they described as irate and uncooperative after a short-lived chase.
According to Rick Shanklin, the storm warning coordinator from the National Weather Service out of Paducah, Saturday's storm produced a microburst, not a tornado.
Kentucky State Police and the Daviess County Sheriff's Office are investigating a fatal crash that happened Sunday afternoon near Maceo.
A possible tornado hit Corydon, Kentucky Saturday afternoon, downing trees and power lines and causing trouble for residents.
Tri-staters volunteered their time Saturday to get down and dirty at Audubon State Park.
Athletes from all over the Tri-State took park in Saturday's track and field event at Apollo High School in Owens
The accident happened around 4:45 Saturday afternoon at the intersection of Morgan and Kelsey in Evansville.
At least 150 people are dead after a 7.9 earthquake hits 50 miles from Kathmandu, Nepal.
Officers say they responded to assist child protective services at a home - inside the home, officers say they found drugs.
The Vincennes Police Dept. is investigating the death of a 55 year old man.
There have been reports of a tornado touching down in Corydon, and the damage is visible.
Early morning showers couldn't put a damper on this year's March for Babies. Sponsored by the March of Dimes, Hundreds of families made their way to Sunrise Park for the three mile walk.
A tornado has reportedly touched down and caused damage in Corydon. The high winds toppled trees, blew down power lines and apparently destroyed a trailer in the Waverly area.