It's something we don't look forward to, driving through road construction.
A benefit dinner, Chinese auction, and bake sale for a Tri-State man who is recovering from the removal of a brain tumor is scheduled for this weekend.
The state of Indiana is no longer accepting applications to help adults without health insurance.
Violence continues to be a problem on Evansville's southeast side. Today, several city leaders met with neighborhood associations to discuss the ongoing issue.
Vincennes University has released the name of a student found dead Thursday by his mother.
Authorities in Lawrenceville, Illinois are looking for a man that robbed a bank on Thursday morning.
A Driver Crashes into a Home on Boeke and Powell Rd
State health officials have confirmed a case of measles in Central Indiana.
A babysitter in Tell City has been arrested. She is accused of beating a child she was taking care of.
Oil was first discovered in the downtown part of Terre Haute back in the 1900s. The University owns the oil, and will be paid royalties based on how many barrels they produce.
Audubon State Park is hosting a junior forensic science camp this week.
Friday, President Obama meets with the Presidents of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
Sheriff's say this man is wanted for allegedly stealing $18,000 worth of electronics in one hour.
Just in: Police say a car has ran into a house on Boeke Rd. in Evansville.
A Vincennes University student is found dead by his mother.
In Madisonville, Kentucky State Police arrest a man believed to have stolen several guns in a burglary.
Brad Byrd talks with EPD Detective Brian Turpin about this weekend's bone marrow donor drive and how it honors Detective Schroer.
Plans for D-Patrick to relocate downtown continue to move forward.
Due to a water main break, a precautionary boil advisory has been issued for parts of St. Joe Ave.
Tonight Holiday World announced plans for a new steel-winged roller coaster.
The Union County town is applying for a block grant to help pay for the $2.6 million phase.
Staying on the issue of sewers, Evansville city leaders are in Indianapolis today meeting with state and federal officials about its own massive sewer overhaul plan.
Another abandoned home in the Glenwood neighborhood will get a complete makeover.
Hard to believe Tri-state kids will be heading back to school in less than a month. Getting them all to school safely is a top priority.
Officials say the $22 million ride will be 'transformative' for the park, but aren't giving any details about the ride yet.
A major road project in Henderson has police concerned about drivers disregarding traffic signs. Henderson's Green River Road is in the middle of a $1.3 million transformation. Until it's done, it's closed to thru-traffic from Osage Dr. to Woodpoint Dr. during construction hours. Some drivers haven't gotten the message, police said.
An update now on that argument turned deadly in Knox county.
Seven people are arrested, more than 12,000 dollars confiscated, and approximately 215 grams of cocaine is taken off the street.
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A 19 year-old woman from Eldorado is safe tonight after being held at knifepoint and kidnapped.
Union Health System says it's laying off 150 workers by the end of the year.
A CNN journalist was kidnapped by gunmen while covering the latest Malaysian Airlines crash in Ukraine.
Apple has another employee class-action lawsuit to deal with.
The cause of an Air Algerie flight that disappeared from radar earlier today and crashed is still unknown
Evansville Police are still looking for a suspect after a Wednesday night shooting.
Troopers with the Indiana State Police are making sure EVSC schools' buses make the grade before school starts.
An investigation is underway in Dubois county after an early morning house fire in Holland.
Neighbors say several dogs recently went missing from people's yards on the southeast side and in neighborhoods around the University of Evansville.
A project to restore one of Evansville's famous landmarks is officially underway.
Election applications are now being accepted for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation board.
A big step toward completing I-69 in western Kentucky, more improvements coming to the Pennyrile Parkway.
A Henderson family is counting their blessings after a fire broke out in their home this afternoon.
The U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Civil Rights says such sexual assault incidents are widely under-reported and estimates nearly 20 percent of college women will be victims of attempted or actual sexual assault.
Another restaurant's owners are expanding downtown.
Governor Beshear announces more than $830,000 for the second phase of sewer improvements.
Evansville city leaders will travel to Indianapolis on July 24 to meet with the Environmental Protection Agency.
A building scheduled for demolition catches fire in Vincennes.
Henderson Police arrest five men for walking across the CSX railroad bridge crossing the Ohio River.
To make way for the new 930 area code in southwestern Indiana, 10-digit dialing will become required come September 6th. However, the addition of three digits is forcing one Evansville company to re-program 30 years worth of business. It's a massive undertaking and Danny Koester, the president of ABK, worries another hurdle might force an extension of that deadline.
Researchers claim people in the Evansville-Henderson area are the 10th unhappiest people in the nation.