It's been a long, frigid February and even in March we could be reminded of it.
A historic vote Thursday on your internet and how you receive it. So what is Net Neutrality? And how does it affect you? This simple short video with graphics sums it up.
Glenda Ritz calls for Changes to Indiana's Education System
Dozens of decaying and blighted homes in Evansville could come down later this year.
It's that time of year again when your New Year's resolutions start to drop off. Livewell hopes to get people back on track with their lifestyle change program.
The Aces are back home tonight after their plane makes an emergency landing.
Troopers pull over a vehicle for a broken tail light, but they ended up finding drugs and needles.
The Hoosier Lottery and Ivy Tech Community College announce a first-of-its-kind partnership to provide a free financial resources to Hoosiers.
Authorities release a man's identity that was facing a number of criminal charges when he died from a gunshot wound.
Vectren reports that February temperatures were 26% colder than normal and 9% colder than last year. “Given February has produced temperatures even colder than those experienced in last year’s polar vortex, customers will likely see similar or slightly higher energy bills..."
The state's Department of Education website has published a video series discussing the State of the Classroom.
Evansville Train Show & Swap Meet Saturday, February 28 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. St. Paul's UCC 2227 West Michigan Street Admission $3, children 12 and under accompanied by an adult are free. Call 812-426-2989 or visit evansvilletrainshow.com
Tri-State fans of one of rock's biggest bands will not have to go "crazy" any longer. Aerosmith makes their way to the Ford Center later this year.
The FCC adopts historic new rules for the internet.
A masked man with a British accent known as "Jihadi John,' who appears to have beheaded several hostages held by ISIS, has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi.
The Daviess County EMA announces warming centers will be open Thursday and Friday night.
A late night fire destroys a Knox County, Indiana home.
The Evansville Aces Men's Basketball team was forced to make an emergency landing in Iowa Wednesday night.
Eyewitness News Brad Byrd talks with Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke about several topics including the city's financial situation, the land-based casino bill, the IU Medical School, the future of the downtown hotel project, and working with the city council.
Eyewitness News Kayla Moody talks with U.S. Senator Dick Durbin from Illinois about the Keystone Pipeline bill and the funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
This is the second time attorney Brian Oberst has been charged with impersonating a public servant.
Tropicana Evansville and riverboats across Indiana are now a step closer to coming on shore. Local officials say it could mean big business for the city. But another Evansville icon has plenty to gain if the bill passes.
Indiana State Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Terre Haute where one man is dead.
Many students are debating between finding a job close to home in the Tri-State or taking their talents elsewhere.
A man from Evansville accused of setting a fire that killed three people is denied a request in court.
A bill making its way through the State House would give desperate parents one last option before abandoning their newborns.
A man facing charges for allegedly allowing a one year old baby to play with a handgun is in court today.
Eyewitness News' Laura Kirtley discusses the Keystone Pipeline with Senator Dan Coats.
The owner of T.J. Maxx, Marshall's and Home Goods is raising the company's minimum wage. .
The additions and improvements over the years are helping bring more young workers to the city.
A program aimed at Evansville students to make wise choices leads to new trucks supporting their efforts.
Evansville crews are working to repair several water main breaks across the city. The latest break is in the 7000 block of Outer Lincoln Avenue, near Plaza Park International Prep Academy.
Investigators release the identities of those involved in a shooting north of Paoli.
Parents, teachers and educators vented their concerns with the ISTEP test and the proposed change in the A-F accountability model Wednesday morning. The purpose of the hearing was to allow public comment on a proposal to change how schools and students are graded.
Looking at the Indiana legislature, members of the house have voted to let riverboat casinos move onto land.
One of three men arrested in the United States on Wednesday in a failed attempt to join ISIS in Syria allegedly discussed assassinating President Obama, according to a complaint unsealed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York.
Police say a gas leak that closed a section of Franklin Street in Evansville has been stopped.
A “job” offer turns into an assault charge for a Tri-State man.
I am Second Live will be held February 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the historic Victory Theatre. Ford Center Ticket Office (812) 422-1515.
INDOT announces new scholarship and job opportunities for future engineers.
A Tri-State business is providing students a unique opportunity to prepare for the workforce.
All Tri-State schools are back in session today. That's after seven school days were canceled in several western Kentucky counties. The Ohio County Superintendent says wiggle room built into the schedule will keep them on track.
State health officials announce an outbreak of HIV is quickly spreading in southeastern Indiana. Officials say it's linked to drug abuse.
An effort to make Sunday liquor sales legal for Hoosiers fails Tuesday in the Indiana legislature.
As Eyewitness News reported earlier this month, there were numerous red flags with the Union County Fiscal Court's purchase of six pieces of equipment allegedly tied to a theft ring. That equipment, totaling more than $100,000, was seized by law enforcement on New Years Eve, leaving the taxpayers on the hook for equipment the county no longer has. Eyewitness News has uncovered additional records and information suggesting how some of the equipment was used and by whom. Additionally, purchasing records suggest county officials skirted state model procurement laws to ensure some county jobs weren't bid out by the Fiscal Court.
The families of two Indiana teens, critically injured in a parasailing accident, settle a lawsuit with the companies involved with the accident.
Jury finds Eddie Ray Routh guilty of capital murder in "American Sniper" trial.
An arson investigation leads to the arrest of a Mt. Carmel man Tuesday.
Western Kentucky students return to school tomorrow. The bad weather's kept them out of the classroom for a week and a half.
An Evansville non-profit organization is helping low-income households state warm this Winter.