Another bank is bringing its business to Evansville.
The downtown Evansville Farmers Market was set to open Tuesday, but officials canceled due to heavy rain.
Workers are replacing sidewalks on Sugg Street, and will soon start work on a revamped Montpelier Mural.
INDOT says crews are making repairs at the RR crossing on Diamond Avenue between Stringtown and Fares Avenue and it's caused a major detour.
The Henderson City-County airport is growing and they've taken the first step towards getting bigger.
The owner of Liquid Ninja is now in custody for running what authorities call a 'ponzi scheme'.
The Owensboro City Commission votes 3-2 in favor of removing primary elections for city-wide races.
The truck and tractor pulls have been canceled due to wet track conditions.
Most 12-year-olds don't face physical challenges. For Mikaela Jenkins, her life changed when she was just 8 months old.
Evansville city officials unveiled the construction drawings for the downtown convention hotel project at the Redevelopment Commission meeting on Tuesday morning. The completed blueprints marks a point in the process that previous attempts at building a hotel have failed to reach. Construction on the 240 room Hilton DoubleTree hotel is still expected to begin in late August or early September, city officials said.
A project billed to help promote civic engagement with the City of Evansville is almost complete. Soon, video recordings of all city board meetings will be available on the city's website.
Once all this rain finally ends, make sure to dump anything in your yard that might have standing water in it to avoid mosquito breeding.
Some peace of mind for those with loved ones in a nursing home. Illinois could become the fourth state to allow video and audio monitoring devices in nursing homes.
A Grand Jury has indicted the man who confessed to gunning down nine people in a historically black church in South Carolina.
The Health Department has been getting a number of calls over the last few weeks from residents across Vanderburgh County concerned about bats acting strangely, maybe even acting like they have rabies.
Police stop an SUV for having expired plates and allegedly find hallucinogenic drugs.
A Tri-State firefighter earns a special honor in a national competition.
President Obama says it will take time to defeat ISIS, and Tuesday, during a congressional hearing, the Secretary of Defense helped explain why.
Federal and state authorities have raided the Indiana home of longtime Subway Sandwich spokesman Jared Fogle.
An all-day job fair is being held Wednesday to mark the grand opening of the new office.
A candidate for Evansville City Council is set to officially announce her campaign this week.
Owensboro non-profit, Puzzle Pieces, is launching a fundraiser Tuesday in an effort to support the purchase of its current location.
Two of the three suspects involved in an alleged armed robbery were arrested Monday. The other suspect was arrested last month in South Carolina.
Starting July 7, the market will be open each Tuesday from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Pound-for-pound boxing king Flloyd Mayweather is stripped of one of his titles after failing to pay up.
Thousands of Illinois workers are facing the prospect of losing their paychecks after lawmakers failed to pass a state budget last Wednesday.
Convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev files a motion for a new trial.
The search continues for three missing boaters from a capsized pontoon boat in the Ohio River in Louisville.
A few driving mistakes and a close call with a gun lands three people in custody.
Progress is being made at a busy Evansville intersection. The city starts installing new traffic signals at Pollack Ave. and Green River Rd.
The South Carolina Senate votes to removed the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds.
Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation and Teamsters Local 215 together again in the same room – still unable to agree.
No decision yet on whether to file charges against an Owensboro day care worker accused of hitting a child more than a week ago.
Some much needed improvements could be coming to a park on Evansville's south side.
Despite having a for sale sign out front on Monday, the owner of the former River House Hotel in downtown Evansville says the property is not for sale and plants to renovate the building are moving forward.
WHAS-TV in Louisville reports crews are on scene of a fire near Whiskey Row and the KFC Yum! Center.
EVSC and Teamsters hold separate meetings Monday night, but for the same purpose. Still no deal between the two sides after the contract expired.
A grassroots effort to inject new life in one of Evansville's oldest neighborhoods could become city council's next big vote.
Detours are set up on State Road 62 near Gentryville while contractors close the road to replace a culvert.
Marina owners are reminding boat renters about the rules of the water following the recent boat capsizing in Louisville.
Repairs to the railroad crossing on Diamond Avenue between North Fares and North Kentucky Avenue will create a road closure for about a week.
The State of Indiana is the latest to join a lawsuit challenging the president's rule that gives federal agencies the authority to protect streams and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.
It's been six days since Indiana's Left Lane Law took effect. Indiana State Police say they have issued 20 warnings so far, but no tickets.That's because there's still a lot of confusion on what exactly the law means.
In light of national threats over the holiday weekend, EPD had 30 extra officers working the riverfront.
Renovation plans for a former Evansville hotel appear to be moving forward. City officials say the Kunkel Group is still working with its lender to secure financing for the McCurdy Building renovation project.
Fireworks can be dangerous, injuring some to the point of seeking medical treatment. Eyewitness News checked with several hospitals in the Tri-State on fireworks-related injuries.
It was a wild finish to Sunday night's NASCAR race in Florida. A three hour rain delay would push the finish of the Coke Zero 400 to nearly two o'clock Monday morning.
Team USA dominated more than just the Japanese team in the Women's World Cup Sunday night.
A Fourth of July fireworks celebration was fatal for an Elkhart, Indiana man.
Greece has voted by a big margin against Europe's latest bailout offer.