All your local need-to-know for the week of March 1st - 7th.
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.
Stuart Hammer spoke with many on Sunday liquor sales. Hear exactly what people are saying about it.
As temperatures toe above the freezing mark, ice begins to melt and fall from the Eyewitness News transmitting tower.
Water and Sewer Utility Director Allen Mounts summarizes the project that retrofits water meters with tech readers that will allow the utility to access your water and sewage use without walk-by meter readers.
In case of an unpredictable slide off, crash, or break-down, you can be prepared. Here are simple items recommended to keep in your car that could save you in an emergency.
Take a look at what viewers are sending in to Eyewitness News!
We explain the deadlines and penalties of the Affordable Care Act.
While we were at the zoo's Amazonia section, we got to see Beliza the jaguar eat a green bell pepper...kind of.
Blaine represents Eyewitness News in an eating contest. Some wonder how he trains. See for yourself!
Traffic cameras throughout the midwest capture commuters travelling through winter weather.
Watch video of Vice Pres. Joe Biden as he makes a stop to visit students.
Eyewitness News captured video Tuesday of Clinton's motorcade driving to Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport and flying off in his plane.
Politicial figures from across the country gathered in the Tri-State today to honor former Kentucky Senator Wendell Ford, who passed away Thursday at the age of 90.
The incident started on an Evansville street corner, and now it may end in a judge's chamber -- rather than a jury trial.
Political figures from across the country gathered in Owensboro Tuesday to honor former Kentucky Senator Wendell Ford.
Someone took a creative approach to stop their dad from opening their mail.
A Delaware Police Officer is getting plenty of love on social media for his sassy sing-along to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off".
When the crowds clear, the crews get down to work to get Ford Center ready for the next event.
Alcohol and sharp objects just don't go together.
Greg Parker follows Ron Rhodes as he walks to the Backyard Weather set.
Firefighters say a home fire in Henderson set off live ammunition. Eyewitness News was on the scene as the
AAA projects 98.6 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home during the year-end holiday season. The busiest holiday travel starts Tuesday and lasts through Sunday, January 4th.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security offers safety tips for shopping online.
While the EVSC will notify parents of any closings or delays, they do urge that parents have alternate plans BEFORE bad weather strikes.
Watch Forest Park's full winning set at the state marching band competition.
Watch Mater Dei compete at the state Marching Band competition.
Watch North Posey Marching band compete at the Indiana State Finals.
Watch their full set at the Indiana State High School Marching Band Finals.
All your local need-to-know for the week of Nov.10th - 15th.
All your local need-to-know for the week of Nov. 3rd - 8th.
You might know about Willard Library, but do you know about Robin Hill in Mt. Vernon? Thanks to fine folks at Haunted Places, here's a map of the mostly ghostly areas across the country.
The Daybreak crew shows off their costumes and talks about the origin of the Halloween holiday!
Alison Lundergan Grimes getting some help once again from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Starting early next year, people living in the Hoosier state will have to start dialing 10 digits to make a phone calls. Here are answers to FAQ.
All your local need-to-know for the week of Oct. 27th-31st.
World Series By The Numbers, an infographic. From ticket sales and TV numbers to salaries and economic impact, this infographic covers the bases.
All your local need-to-know for the week of Oct. 20th - Oct. 24th.
Ebola fast facts and a collection of links to signs, symptoms, and solutions in place to curb the deadly disease.
Eyewitness News Tina Stein braves "The Screamer" ride at the Fall Festival.
Indiana's new pre-kindergarten pilot program will start in January.
Presidential visit and speech in Princeton, Indiana
Vectren is putting plans in place to assist customers preparing for the winter season. Call center support hours will be extended for the month of October as natural gas customers prepare for colder temperatures or look into energy assistance programs.
Links to the munchie map, rides, maps, schedules and more for the Westside Nut Club's mammoth Fall Festival.
5 simple ways to protect your credit card information from "skimmers."
Do you know someone interested in a career in law enforcement?
Brad Byrd & Tina Stein Interview Joelle Lockwood rescuer, Ronald Higgs. He discusses turning down the reward and the fateful turn of events that led Joelle home.
Evansville-Vanderburgh County Central Dispatch has released the frantic and emotional 911 call that alerted authorities to Joelle Lockwood's rescue on Saturday afternoon.
WARNING: The information contained in these official documents contains graphic material. These are the charge documents and official probable cause affidavits against suspects House/ Tooley in the Joelle Lockwood case.
This is your chance to cast your vote for America's Choice finalist for Miss America.