James A Byers Jr. of Newburgh was killed at early Saturday morning in a motorcycle accident.
A candlelight vigil is held Friday night in memory of a man killed this week in a shootout with police.
Marks looking like painted footprints found on brand new playground equipment were so evident it forced the scrubbing of a ribbon cutting Friday afternoon.
A brawl breaks out after an Evansville man is sentenced for his role in a March 2014 shooting.
An Evansville burglary suspect is behind bars.
Coroners say Chrislon Talbott died after being shot several times in an officer-involved shooting.
Newburgh Elementary students are resting after spending part of the day out of class running.
After a third fire at an address this year, a house in the 500 block of Bayard Park Drive has been torn down.
Our media partner News Now Dubois County was on the scene of a morning fire.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office arrested a man and a woman for prostitution and solicitation after woman reports an assault.
Ivy Tech is joining other public universities in Indiana in announcing a tuition freeze for the next academic year.
Evansville Police say an argument sparks an arson investigation.
Vandalism in Wesselman Park postpones a ribbon cutting on Friday afternoon.
The man who spent a turbulent year at Tropicana Evansville. pushing hard for the riverboat casino to have the chance to move on land is leaving town for a job in Detroit. Eyewitness News' Shelley Kirk caught up with him about the big move and how the casino might look when it comes ashore.
If you're staying in town for Memorial Day weekend, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy.
The water utility in Poseyville has issued a boil advisory for part of the S. Kale Street area.
Businesses have been preparing for the holiday weekend for a few days now.
A Boys & Girls club that was facing a shutdown, has been saved for now. The Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club is scheduled to make the announcement official on Tuesday, May 26 at 11 a.m. This is when the group will be presented with a check from the Horn Family Foundation.
TSA officials at Evansville Regional Airport say they found a large amount of narcotics and paraphernalia in 43-year-old Charles Brewer's luggage.
Hopkins County Sheriff's investigators are searching for a missing Tri-State boy.
A Tri-State off-roading group holds an event for a good cause.
Tri-State Orthopaedics announces it's adding an office on the west side of Evansville.
Many celebrate Memorial Day with cookouts. The USDA reminds families to make sure bacteria doesn't ruin the fun.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush drew laughs after massaging a woman's shoulders at a meet-and-greet Thursday.
Clinton is planning her first major campaign rally on June 13.
The Downtown Evansville Farmers Market opened Friday at Sycamore St. and Second St.
The man wanted for killing a family and their housekeeper last week in Washington D.C. has been captured.
This week, Ronda Rousey was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated with the headline “Ronda Rousey is the World's Most Dominant Athlete, (Arm) Bar None.”
In Evansville Friday, Wesselman Park is celebrating the installation of new ADA-compliant playground equipment.
A data breach hitting the online dating site AdultFriendFinder.com is possibly exposing personal information of almost 4 million users.
Hundreds of college-aged women were allegedly victimized by a man police say hacked into their accounts and committed "sextortion."
Just a few days shy of its expiration, the clean needle exchange will be extended by an entire year in Scott County, Indiana.
It seems every day we hear of a new scam. Now, the punishment could be tougher on those trying to rip you off in the Land of Lincoln.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has two marijuana-related bills on his desk. One decriminalizes possession charges statewide.
Attorneys for convicted murderer and former Illinois Police Sergeant Drew Peterson want him to have a new trial.
At Thursday's meeting, leaders reflect on memories of old, and gaze into the future of what could be – looking beyond a worn facade.
Brad Byrd talks with Ben Trockman about his new award and ongoing efforts to making flying easier for physically disabled people.
Federal and state health officials are investigating a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella infections.
A grand jury indicts six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
Lumber Liquidators takes another tumble Thursday as the company's CEO, Robert Lynch, unexpectedly resigns.
The general manager and vice president of Tropicana Evansville is moving up and out of the river city.
A Tri-State attorney pleads guilty to impersonating a public servant, but can still avoid a felony conviction.
Starting Monday, active duty service members and their families will be able to check out what the Evansville Museum has to offer free of charge.
Another Kentucky candidate requests a recanvass of his primary race.
For the sixth year in a row, Evansville will host the Women Veterans Conference.
Illinois has more units of local government than any other state with more than 7,000 taxing bodies. A new bill is headed to the governor's desk to ban creation of more government entities in the state.
Evansville Police now have a suspect in a November burglary at a convenience store.
The former Castle High School teacher and basketball coach was taken into custody right after his formal sentencing hearing Thursday afternoon.
Drivers commuting on the twin bridges can expect traffic delays for repairs.
School officials call Ivy Tech's exclusion on the state budget "frustrating" after state legislature halts funding to building projects.