An early morning home invasion ends tragically after the suspect encountered the homeowners.
The FDA is set to finalize rules requiring calorie information be listed at places including convenience stores, movie theaters, chain restaurants, amusement parks and even vending machines. The rules are required by the 2010 patient protection and Affordable Care Act.
Honda failed to report 1,729 serious accidents resulting in injuries or deaths to US safety regulators. An audit revealed the company knew about the accidents that took place between 2003 and 2014 but did not report them.
Officials with the City of Evansville and the METS Bus System are moving forward in their efforts to improve buses in the city.
Dr. Thomas Gadient with Urological Associates joins Mike to talk specifically about Testicular and Prostate Cancer.
Signarama is accepting applications to provide grant support for tri-state non profit organizations.
Crowdsourcing, gaining popularity. It's where countless people pool together their cash to help a new business get started or assist someone in need.
Restore Outreach Ministries hosts its Annual Thanksgiving Dinner tonight at Cedar Hall School in Evansville.
Evansville Police are investigating a shooting near the downtown area.
A grand jury decides tonight not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Since burning to the ground Saturday night, questions surround the fate of a Gibson County grocery store.
A grand jury has found no evidence to indicted Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting and killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
A device designed to save lives is donated to a place working to save those without a home.
A new eatery expected to spice up downtown dining after winning the Evansville Main Course Restaurant Challenge.
Formal felony charges are filed against a former Princeton, Indiana man accused of stealing a donation jar from a Jasper convenience store.
A Henderson County man is sentenced to more than 8 years in federal prison for robbing three area banks in 2012.
In Warrick County, there are more than 50 blighted homes that county commissioners say have become an eyesore.
The future of Jasper High school's turf football field could be in jeopardy.
White Plains officials will meet Wednesday morning to discuss a reportedly mishandled annexation.
Brad Byrd and Tina Stein talk with attorney Mike Woods on the case in Ferguson.
Plans for D-Patrick's new dealership in downtown Evansville are moving forward.
He says he plans to introduce it next month, saying any action without Congress's approval is illegal.
A month-long men's health awareness campaign officially ends in a matter of days, and some hope its message will continue.
Two years ago today, fire ripped through a shopping complex in Warrick County.
Toy guns have prompted dangerous situations here in the tri-state. Some recent incidents prompt EPD to issue a reminder to parents about the risks of letting your kids play with replica weapons.
The State Fire Marshal started investigating Saturday morning after flames destroyed the grocery store Friday night.
NextDoor.com is a social website endorsed by the Evansville Police Department. Neighbors in Arcadian Acres are using this site to try to track down and assist police in finding the suspect.
#ARKIDS is a month-long campaign aimed at protecting children from abuse and neglect by supporting Ark’s crisis care program. #ARKIDS kicks off on Giving Tuesday, December 2, 2014.
Ferguson, Missouri (CNN) -- The streets of Ferguson were quiet on Monday as the city waited for an expected announcement of a decision from the grand jury weighing evidence in the Michael Brown shooting, U.S. and local law enforcement officials told CNN. The announcement will come from the St. Louis County prosecutor, the sources said. The sources did not know what decision will be announced.
Straight No Chaser is coming back to Evansville. The a capella group will perform at the Old National Events Plaza on Saturday, December 20th.
Student leaders at the University of Virginia are vowing to work together to combat sexual violence. This comes after a Rolling Stone Magazine article accused the school of ignoring campus rape.
In July, Indiana State Police launched a criminal investigation into missing money from a Pilot Truck Stop. Detectives say they discovered a former assistant manager was responsible for the missing cash.
A 12-year-old boy shot by police while brandishing a realistic pellet gun over the weekend, has died.
Deputies have released the names of those involved in a deadly car crash.
CNN has learned Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will step down from his post.
An evening basketball game between Bosse and Harrison High School Alumni will benefit the YWCA and Young & Established Food Drive.
Posey County Teen has died following an ATV accident over the weekend. The accident happened Saturday on Blackford Road near the intersection of McKinnies Road.
Another hit and run damages an Evansville fire hydrant. A witness heard a crashing sound in the 1900 block of Allens Lane.
Suzy Blesch says of the eight or nine times her store has been hit this is the least severe. But she's not the only store owner in the area to fall victim to a situation like this and she understands how it could've been much worse.
A suspected hit and run leaves another Evansville Business in shambles. It happened early Saturday morning in the 200 block of East Walnut street at Davenport and Pickett Auto Service.
The Evansville Salvation Army on Fulton Avenue held its annual Thanksgiving dinner Sunday afternoon. Organizers anticipated serving around 400 needy people with all the Thanksgiving Day delicacies.
Kentucky State Police warns of a phone scam targetting our area. People who have received the call say it comes from a Mclean County number.
Two 13 year olds were arrested after several people reported their cars being vandalized.
The Potter's Wheel gave 300 Thanksgiving Food Baskets to Inner-City Families in Evansville.
An accident on Washington Avenue in front of St. Mary's Hospital ties up traffic and causes lane closures.
At least 160 Akin Park Area customers were without power following a tree branch falling on some power lines.
Hundreds of vendors and thousands of people all washed away. The annual Christmas on Main Street Parade is canceled Sunday thanks to mother nature.
More than 400 student athletes are in town taking strides to advance to the NCAA National Championships. Eyewitness News' Photojournalist Ryan McCurdy tries to keep up with the race taking us inside the competition.
The mile and a half procession included floats, local bands and dancers, first responders and more. Your Weather Authority continued tradition with Wayne Hart, Ron Rhodes and Stacey May all riding in the parade.
Firefighters pulled the injured man from his car after he hit an embankment and crashed into a tree in northern Vanderburgh County.
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