Alison Lundergan Grimes getting some help once again from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Thousands of students in western Kentucky will soon learn a life saving tool: CPR.
Many, if not most law enforcement officers work off-duty jobs. The opportunities not only provide an additional income for officers and deputies but they also provide safety and security for businesses. However, when it comes to the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office, Eyewitness News is raising questions about where some of their deputies work and who they work for.
This weekend is when everyone sets their clocks back one hour. And that means an extra hour of business for alcohol sales in Indiana.
Protecting voter rights, a group of Democratic attorneys are banding together to start a task force.
An Oakland City common councilman is in custody for allegedly bribing a police officer.
Kentucky Congressman Brett Guthrie was in Daviess County today for some barbecue and some campaigning.
A major western Kentucky highway and Daviess County organization are getting help from Governor Steve Beshear today.
Your Local Election Headquarters talks to voters in Owensboro about the airtight U.S. Senate race between Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes.
After six days, the boil order for Mt. Vernon has been lifted, and locals are now safe to drink the water.
A man is dead after being hit by a train.
Evansville's City Council will take another look at the proposed 2015 budget on Friday.
A Henderson landmark famous for fried chicken is going through quite a facelift. Bon Ton's Mini Mart has been around for decades and now it has a new owner, and a new name.
The Shrinersfest will be short an airshow next Summer after officials cancel plans to bring in the Blue Angels.
Hours after the Evansville City Council rejects a 2015 budget, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke meets with city department leaders to form a plan of attack.
Henderson police are looking for the suspect they say shot a man.
Two are facing child neglect charges after a fight led police to their home yesterday morning.
Company officials broke ground on a $350 million expansion at the Lewisport plant.
The man who killed a Purdue teaching assistant on campus earlier this year has died.
All travelers coming to Indiana from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, will be in “direct active monitoring.” Currently there are 5 people in the Hoosier state being monitored. Officials say they are low risk and cooperative.
Deaconess Gateway is celebrating a strong relationship with Riley Children's Hospital and there is a great opportunity to come out Saturday November 1st at the Gateway location from 9am-Noon.
There's a detailed description of television news stations' weather walls and how you're able to see their forecasts at home...but we like this visual explanation so much more!
The Evansville Mayor's traveling city hall hits the road and city leaders are likely to get an earful from residents tonight after City Council rejects the 2015 budget.
Dozens of balloons are released to celebrate what would have been Kelley's 28th birthday.
The Evansville City Council's vote rejecting the proposed 2015 city budget is already sending tremors through the Civic Center.
A former Evansville Redevelopment Commissioner is found guilty tonight of federal charges.
Daviess County High School students are now allowed to bring dates from outside the school for prom.
The American Red Cross is cutting 1,200 jobs across the country, and the cuts start this month.
Hundreds of shoppers in Muhlenberg County are paying what may be their last visit to a place that treated them like family.
A Warrick County public employee receives national attention.
Baby boomers are retiring, and many in the manufacturing industry are worried that there are not enough people with the skills needed to replace them.
The west side Steak n' Shake in Evansville has closed its doors.
Police are investigating a shooting incident outside a store today.
1.7 million refugees in Ukraine will soon receive winter clothing and blankets, all thanks to the Orphan Grain Train.
The first steps to turn the Pennyrile Parkway into an interstate at in motion.
Lost in the shuffle of Monday's marathon city council meeting, the approval of a stoplight at a busy Evansville intersection.
More than 100 kids in Evansville are going home from school with a new winter coat.
Two dozen people are hurt when a semi collides with an Amtrak train in northwestern Indiana.
A company that makes baby wipes for some of the biggest stores across the country now issuing a recall because of a possible bacteria contamination.
Holly's House now provides services for victims of child abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence in nine counties in southwestern Indiana. And thanks to a $70,000 grant from the Allstate Foundation, it will have more money to help those families.
Evansville Police hope someone can identify the man seen in these surveillance pictures.
Halloween is just around the corner and people are making their last minute stops for that perfect costume.
The federal penalty for possessing the WWII MP40 9mm submachine gun without the proper license is up to 10 years in prison and $100,000 fine.
Despite job losses in Kentucky coal industry in recent years, both candidates court votes in coal country.
The Princeton City Council approved $2,274,020 for their general budget Monday night.
Warrick County Sheriff''s Office wants residents to be on high alert for criminals, or suspicious people casing out neighborhoods after a string of home invasions.
Pahoa, Hawaii (CNN) -- With a mixture of resignation and dread, residents here are watching this gray and orange advance, this 2,000-degree river of molten rock.
One person is flown to the hospital after a one vehicle crash in Warrick County. It happened just before 1:00am in Boonville, at the intersection of Franz and Degonia roads.
Bob Boxell says the stock market is volatile and a long term investment so watching it is key.
After months of tense negotiations, Evansville City Council fails to pass a budget for 2015.
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