Henderson Police say the car was northbound when it lost control and flipped over.
Crossing the twin bridges might have taken longer this afternoon - two different car wrecks happened around the same time.
Indiana State Rep. Gail Riecken (D-Evansville) confirms to Eyewitness News that she will make an announcement next month regarding the 2015 Evansville mayoral race. The announcement will take place on January 10th at the C.K. Newsome Center following the 'Meet Your Legislators' event, Riecken said.
Evansville Police have identified the suspect in the early morning shooting death in the 300 block of South Kentucky. Police are looking for Demeko Bradley, 28. He should be considered armed and dangerous.
Evansville Police respond to a report of shots fired today.
While you enjoy those new Christmas gifts inside your home, robbers could be eyeing the trash on your curb outside.
Evansville Police investigating a hit and run along Highway 41.
As we get ready to close the book on 2014, we look back on the year in government and politics.
An Evansville park is getting a facelift, thanks to a big donation from a former patron.
A drug used to reverse the effects of an overdose is skyrocketing.
Christmas may be over, but now it's a mad dash to the stores to take advantage of clearance sales and maybe return those unwanted gifts.
Gage Besing had been fighting since March, and today, a sad ending to his heroic battle with cancer.
Owensboro Municipal Utilities wants to warn people about a phone scam threatening to turn off folks' power if they don't pay their bill right away.
The Clarion Inn and Steeple-Chase Cafe on HWY-41 North shut down today.
Part of Wimberg Rd. in Evansville had to closed for a time today as crews worked to fix a water main break.
Members of the Board of Directors say holiday tours are a sign of increased interest in the ship.
A husband and wife are facing charges after allegedly trespassing on Christmas Eve.
A Dubois County family comes home to heartache after watching their house go up in flames Christmas night.
With warmer than usual temperatures this Christmas, many kids got the chance to try out their new gifts outside.
Families are driving more than an hour for a Christmas movie tradition with a little added controversy.
He drove off as fast as he could after he says someone tried to rob him - and a bullet didn't stop his escape.
Officers were called out to reports of shots fired and one of the buildings that was damaged - was a school.
A Christmas Eve tragedy is averted. Some quick thinking Warrick County deputies put a new medicine to the test, and it ends up saving a life.
The big day is tomorrow morning, but Christmas comes early for more than a dozen Tri-State families.
A few local charities having a very merry Christmas, as the Payne Wealth Partners Team announces the winning charities of their Season of Giving 2014 Holiday Trivia.
The Tri-State is home to some fabulous Christmas displays.
An afternoon crash ties up traffic on the Twin Bridges.
A traffic stop turns into much more for an Evansville man. He allegedly made a similar statement to the one a New York man posted on social media before killing two police officers.
Evansville Police arrest a man for possession of drugs after he was pulled over for speeding.
A traffic stop leads to a drug bust in Evansville.
Dozens visited a Henderson center to visit seniors and give one a special gift.
While no extreme weather conditions here in the Tri-State, some flights to and from Evansville have been canceled or delayed due to bad weather.
A Christmas tradition for some; going to the movies, and this Christmas the theater is filled with controversy between North Korea and Sony Pictures. Only one Tri-State theater will show “The Interview” tomorrow.
A wanted sex offender is behind bars after law enforcement finds him hiding in a Posey County woman's home.
Evansville Police are also investigating a shots fired incident, in which one of the bullets tore through a home on the city's southeast side.
Evansville Police are investigating an armed gas station robbery on the city's south side.
An autopsy is underway on a woman who died in an overnight crash in Evansville.
A Madisonville father runs from the police with his teenage son in the car.
A Tri-State movie theater plans to show "The Interview."
Following the recent killings of two New York City police officers and tensions with police across the country, members of Evansville's City Council will rally to show their support for law enforcement.
Santa Claus is coming to town, so are thousands of last minute tristate shoppers.
Internet connection is nearly vital in today's digital world. And as far as access to high speed internet, the state of Kentucky ranks among the worst.
An Evansville man answers a Craigslist ad for an Xbox and instead gets robbed at gunpoint.
A Henderson Middle Schooler had quite the experience.
Christmas is almost here, and shoppers are scrambling to pick up last minute gifts.
A local hospital fulfills a family's final wish for their lost loved one.
While President Barack Obama and the Cuban government work to dismantle the last remaining pillar of the Cold War, a Carmi-based company has laid the foundation to do business with the island nation. Elastec Inc., North America's largest manufacturer of oil spill and environmental equipment, has recently acquired an export permit from the federal government which will allow the company to sell one of it's products to Cuba.
Bond is revoked for a Jasper man charged in connection with the death of his girlfriend's 17-month-old son.