The street lights near Diamond Avenue and University Parkway are installed, but have yet to be turned on.
Tonight in the special report, "The Vapor Trail," Eyewitness News Tina Stein looks into why some fear these commercials are re-glamorizing tobacco.
Brad Byrd talks with Congressman Larry Bucshon and State Representative Tim Brown about what they're hearing from constituents on healthcare concerns and on the upcoming Indiana Primary elections.
A Tri-State minister is traveling through eastern Ukraine in some of the cities that have seen unrest.
The LST-325 board is deciding if they would like the ship to stay in Evansville or relocate to Peoria, Ill.
Workers are flipping the switch on a new traffic signal in Owensboro.
The Hoosier Healthcare Tour made a stop in Evansville today.
Owensboro city officials are using Arbor Day to plant a better future.
The northbound Highway 41 ramp to the Pennyrile Parkway in Henderson County will be closed for two hours Tuesday morning.
A heads up for Henderson County. Starting Monday, expect delays on the Audubon Parkway. Kentucky Transportation Cabinet officials will shut down one lane of the parkway near the Hebbardsville exit.
Changes can be seen on the corner of St. Joseph Ave. and Delaware St. in Evansville.
Relatives of an Ohio County woman who went missing 20 years ago are frustrated with new issues surrounding the search for her remains.
The Daviess County man accused of shooting his dog in the face back in February makes his initial court appearance this morning.
The five suspects are accused of stealing items from a Prentiss area home in December, 2013.
An Evansville high school student receives some financial aid for college.
The Food and Drug Administration makes another attempt to regulate electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Sentencing is delayed for an Ohio County man accused of letting a toddler drink meth-making ingredients last year.
In addition to music, singing and acting, Kellie Pickler is doing her best to stay fit.
The YMCA's campaign helps fund all of the non-profit activities such as youth sports, Camp Carson, childcare and other essential needs.
Thomas Hayden church Stars in "Lucky Them," a comedy and drama to air on DirectTV Cinema with a Thursday night premiere.
Newburgh's Wine and Jazz Festival is May 16th & 17th downtown near the Old Lock & Dam
Some officials say they're seeing a disturbing increase in violence stemming from domestic disputes.
Investigators are looking for the person or people who shot at four marked police cars in Vincennes over the weekend.
The Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union awards their Annual Ted Hitch Scholarships this evening.
If you're trying to start up your own business in the Tri-State, there's a new facility to help you get the ball rolling.
Some high school seniors in Evansville spent time the classroom today at an elementary school.
A groundbreaking is set one week from today for the new Glenmore Distillery Distribution Center in Owensboro.
Vincennes University is seeing a spike in enrollment applications.
The Evansville Police Department is investigating claims a former case worker from a tri-state non-profit stole from someone she served.
For the second time this month, the Evansville Police Department is looking into what led up to an officer-involved shooting. After it's preliminary investigation, investigators believe the officers acted responsibly and were reasonable in their use of force. Meanwhile, some family members worry about some of the medical waste left behind.
Eyewitness News has learned Evansville City Council President John Friend has filed an ordinance with the clerk's office to fund the IU Med Center.
Two men who have had murder convictions overturned are sharing their stories.
Workers at Toyota, hired by the temp agency Aerotek, say Toyota was unaware healthcare premiums would rise around $200 per payment. Employees say Toyota will do everything it can to keep premiums low.
Another decision from the Supreme Court says those who download child pornography should have to pay restitution to the victims.
A resolution may be in sight for Vanderburgh County and companies involved in the 2011 widening and elevating of a section of N. Green River Road.
Indiana's primary election is right around the corner, remember you have to show a photo ID to vote.
Ed DeArmond, currently Greenville Mayor, was involved in case while with KSP.
The state of Indiana shuts down an east side restaurant.
Kentucky Wesleyan College offers scholarships to students transferring from Mid-Continent University.
AIG is expanding its cyber insurance offerings to cover property damage and bodily injury.
Dr. John Myers gives advice for beating spring allergies.
Project Reveal is about women helping women by sharing their experience, strength, and hope.
A six month investigation leads to the arrest of a Henderson man for trafficking cocaine.
Atmos Energy customers, you might have noticed your rates have increased.
Dozens of jobs with the cell phone carrier are on the way to Evansville.
The U.S. Supreme Court rules Robert Keith Woodall should be on death row for the 1997 kidnapping, rape and murder of 16 year old Sarah Hansen of Greenville, KY.
The Annual Rummage Sale is set for Saturday April 26th at Evansville's Armory on Vann and the Lloyd from 7am-1pm.
This home is in Nashville, TN. It's an English cottage style home with appliances and state of the art equipment at your fingertips.
Warrick County investigators are looking in the cause of a house fire.
Evansville police confirm one of it's officers were involved in shooting a suspect.
Joe “the weather” Bird is the newest member of the Weather Authority team. He joined Eyewitness News in November 2013 when making the journey up to the Tri-State from Shelbyville, Tennessee.
Tina Stein joined Eyewitness News in September 2013. She comes from Rockford, Illinois where she spent seven years at WIFR-TV, most recently as Evening News Anchor.
Laura Kirtley joined Eyewitness News as host of Lifestyles and anchor of the noon broadcast. She is excited to be back in the area after working as a morning anchor/reporter for WLFI in West Lafayette, Ind. While at WLFI, Laura was proud to focus on education, health, and wellness stories. She was the station's reporter for HELEN Magazine, a magazine created for local women.
For some it's a calling. For others it's a career or a conviction. For Jordan, it's all three. As a passionate, dedicated, and natural born storyteller, he looks forward to every day where he gets to report on what matters here in the Tri-State.
Ryan joined the Eyewitness News team in September 2011 as a reporter/multimedia journalist. He graduated from West Virginia University in May 2011 with degrees in Journalism and Communications.
Randall tries to take a simple approach to his job, look at every story from a sports fan's point of view and to just have fun. He is a sports fan himself and feels that is what sports is all about, just having fun.
The first Tri-State broadcaster elected to the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Silver Circle Hall of Fame, Brad Byrd is now in his 37th year as Lead News Anchor for Eyewitness News.
Wayne has been the Chief Meteorologist for Eyewitness News since 1993 and is now in his 29th year as a television meteorologist.
Kayla Moody joined the Eyewitness News team as a reporter/multi-media journalist in July 2011. In September 2011 she became the morning live reporter for Eyewitness News and a host of Local 7 Lifestyles. Three months later she became a nightside reporter, primarily reporting for the 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Tabnie Dozier comes to Eyewitness News from Western Kentucky University where she graduated with honors in May 2011 with a degree in Broadcast News and a Spanish minor.
Shalah Sasse joined Eyewitness News in September 2009. Shalah reports and co-anchors Eyewitness News at 9:00 p.m.
Drew Amman joined Eyewitness News in January 2009. He continues to do what he started in 2003...that's cover the tri-state.
Ron Rhodes is an Owensboro, Kentucky native, so he knows just how challenging predicting Tri-State weather can be...
Fadia Patterson joined Eyewitness News as a Weekday Reporter and Weekend Producer in August 2013. She is excited to be working in the Tristate. She comes to the River City from the Music City. She Previously worked as a Video Journalist for City TV Channel 10 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and as a Community Affairs Producer/Reporter at WTVX "CW West Palm" in Florida.