Police are investigating a triple stabbing that happened around noon today at a convenience store.
Police say a pit bull had to be tased after reports of it terrorizing kids, mauling a dog and chasing a cat.
Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden hosts 'Party for the Planet ' on Saturday.
The gorgeous spring weather brought many out to the Henderson Tri-Fest, which has experienced rainy weather the past couple of years.
The energy company supposed to bring more than 100 jobs to Evansville now owes the city more than $180,000.
First of its kind legislation to regulate electronic cigarettes in Indiana is now on the desk of Governor Mike Pence. And that has some local business owners concerned.
One resident says his home value suddenly dropped 26% from last year. But Vanderburgh Co. assessors say it's the housing market at work.
Thousands of people are walking the streets of Henderson on the first day of Tri-Fest.
Vanderburh County authorities need your help tracking down a convicted sex offender who's failed to register for the third time.
It's something tough to think about, but April is Child Abuse Awareness month.
A fire at a longtime popular fried chicken spot is leaving the current owner and fire investigators suspicious.
Daviess County Public School Board members approve two more redistricting zones for next school year.
An alleged drunk driver crashes his car into a utility pole outside a Gibson County elementary school.
Thomas Elpers returns to court Friday to face a new charge.
The day after pleading guilty in Vanderburgh County, Beau Hobson appears before a Warrick County Judge on charges related to the same case involving an inappropriate relationship he had with a former student.
A misunderstanding leads to a school lockdown in Evansville.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner was in Fairdale for cleanup efforts after a tornado left the community damaged.
A house fire breaks out Friday morning on West 17th Street in Owensboro.
Medicare is now rating hospitals the way a critic would rate a movie. Its using a five star rating system.
Indiana State Police from the Evansville post now have a new device to save lives in case of an emergency
Evansville's first pop culture and comic convention to open Friday at National Guard Armory.
A new report shows for the first time, more people use e-cigs than any form of tobacco products, including cigarettes. The study also shows the amount of teens using e-cigs tripled in one year.
The Vanderburgh County Highway Department releases a new list of roads closed in the area due to flooding.
Firefighters tell us a state trooper was driving by and noticed a small fire in a shed on the property.
Vince Gill will be performing at the Owensboro Convention Center Friday.
A house in Ireland, Indiana was completely engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on the scene Thursday.
As part of Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Vanderburgh County Department of Child Services is hosting a walk at the Evansville riverfront starting at 10 a.m.
A Tri-State tradition of food and fun gets underway Friday in Henderson.
According to the Muhlenberg County Sheriff's Office, seven guns were stolen from a home in Powderly this week.
Target and Mastercard have reached a settlement over a 2013 cyber attack which compromised up to 40 million accounts.
Naturalized US citizen, Abdir-Ahman Sheik Mohamud from Columbus, Ohio was indicted in federal court Thursday following his arrest in February.
The Autism Program of Illinois (TAP) is feeling the pain from Governor Bruce Rauner's budget cuts.
Avid Evansville runners, a bit more alert now after a man is hit by an alleged drunk driver while jogging through downtown.
Brad Byrd sits down with Blake Crews' parents Donna and Greg Crews along with Andrea Goin, Director of Court Appointed Child Advocates (CASA) of Henderson County, to get their thoughts on their son's murder investigation.
Authorities say one person is dead after a crash involving a semi in Spencer County.
A field trip for 3rd graders in a northern Indiana school district has many parents concerned. Officials say the field trip is only for black students.
Lawmakers voted to end the law, in place since the 1930s, that allowed for set wages for construction workers at public projects.
A man involved in a multi-state theft ring is now facing new charges.
A canine flu virus has infected more than a thousand dogs in Chicago, with concerns that it will spread to the Tri-State.
The Indiana governor's office is inviting photographers to share their pictures of Indiana for an upcoming bicentennial book.
On Thursday, the Indiana Congressional Delegation honored the life and legacy of the late Ernie Pyle, Pulitzer Prize winning Hoosier newspaper columnist who was killed on April 18, 1945 covering the life of soldiers during WWII.
Lady Antebellum's tour bus goes up in flames along a Texas highway.
An early morning house fire leaves a Tri-State family with nowhere to live.
A new study released at the Indiana Statehouse claims school vouchers are not as beneficial to Hoosier taxpayers or even to the students.
The heated debate on Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act continues at the University of Evansville.
An Illinois man is arrested Wednesday night in Gibson County after authorities say he got high on bath salts and jumped in front of traffic.
The Nature Conservancy report sheds light on damage to the Gulf Coast and ways to move forward in repairing the damage.
The price of a barrel of oil has been rising for four days straight, and it has hit the highest price all year.
Millions of dollars in World War II era silver has been recovered from deep in the Atlantic ocean.
A suspect's name who allegedly hit a pedestrian and then drove into flood waters on Waterworks Rd. has been released. We also have an update on the victim.