Hundreds gather on the Daviess County court house lawn in Owensboro to hear from political candidates at the Red, White, and Blue Picnic. More than 20 politicians vying for various federal, state and local offices were at the event.
Before the Red, White, and Blue Picnic, Alison Lundergan Grimes talked with Eyewitness News about allegations regarding her campaign bus.
Brad Byrd sits down with Sheriff Wedding tonight to get his response to Lt. Byram's comments.
Brad Byrd sits down with Lt. Byram, who is running against Sheriff Dave Wedding, to discuss what happened with the bankruptcy and the news release he sent out calling Sheriff Wedding the "sheriff of sleaze" and "Barney Fife."
Sen. Mitch McConnell and his democratic challenger, Alison Lundergan-Grimes have been accused of ethics violations by the opposite parties.
The Indiana Emergency Response Commission (IERC) honors Sherman Greer with a meritorious award in recognition of more than 2 decades of exemplary service to Vanderburgh County.
Republican leader Mitch McConnell stops in western Kentucky. The topic of discussion was the importance of agriculture.
An important deadline for anyone wanting to run for the Warrick County School Board. Tomorrow, is the last you can file a petition to run for an office position.
Kicking off campaign season, Governor Mike Pence along with state and local leaders cut the ribbon to the Victory Office for the 8th Congressional District in Evansville.
Some Union County voters say coal influences how they vote because the coal industry supplies so many jobs in their area.
Senator Mitch McConnell continues his campaign through the Bluegrass State.
Women's issues are being thrown into the ring as McConnell and Grimes grapple for the lead.
As the November election inches closer, we're learning about a major endorsement for Indiana Congressman Larry Bucshon.
The Illinois Supreme Court will not take up the issue of legislative term limits, at least for now.
We now know who will fill the empty Republican candidate position for circuit court judge in Warrick County.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signs landmark legislation to expand voting opportunities in the state.
Indiana University graduates have reelected Pat Shoulders to the IU Board of Trustees.
A Tri-State attorney becomes a candidate for Warrick County Circuit Court Judge.
The candidate for U.S. Senate visited Accuride's Henderson plant Tuesday afternoon.
The results are in for Kenergy's governing board election.
Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has been defeated in the Virginia GOP primary.
The 2014 Indiana Republican Convention was this weekend in Fort Wayne, and, among other topics, three candidates were voted to run for state office in November.
Vanderburgh County's Democratic Party selects Sherman Greer as its nominee for the District 2 County Commissioner seat.
The Vanderburgh County Democratic Party names Sherman Greer as the nominee for the District 2 County Commissioner seat.
Kirk Byram says David Wedding, and his campaign, have been harassing businesses, constituents, and voters for support.
An Evansville man announces his intentions to run for a council seat.
Kentucky's Attorney General says the election fraud hotline received a little more than 200 calls during Tuesday's primary, most of which involved allegations of vote-buying or selling.
With a primary victory now in Sen. Mitch McConnell's back pocket he heads for his real test -- the November general election. That's where McConnell will face current Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.
In Henderson, Judge Executive Hugh McCormick defeats his challenger Terry Spainhoward 79-21 percent in tonight's primary election.
Brad Byrd sits down with Dr. Matt Hanka, an Assistant Professor of Policital Science at the University of Southern Indiana, to discuss the showdown for Kentucky's U.S. Senate seat.
U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell makes a brief campaign stop in Owensboro, stopping by the Owensboro-Daviess County Regional Airport.
The primary election is this Tuesday in Kentucky, are you ready to hit the polls?
Daviess County getting ready for the Kentucky Primary with the help of inmates.
Alison Lundergan Grimes brings her jobs bus tour to western Kentucky.
Primary elections are no stranger to low voter turnout but this election will go down in history as one of Vanderburgh County's most poorly attended elections.
Bruce Ungethiem and John Montrastelle defeat incumbent County Commissioner Marsha Abell and incumbent County Councilman Pete Swaim in the 2014 Indiana Primary Election.
Mike Perry defeats incumbent JoAnn Krantz for the Republican nominee for Warrick County Prosecutor.
The polls are officially closed and the county clerk's office says turnout was surprisingly underwhelming.
It may be a year away, but Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway is ready for the governor's race.
On the eve of the Indiana Primary elections, Bruce Ungethiem took a somewhat unconventional approach today.
Tomorrow is primary election day in Indiana, and tonight candidates are busy asking for support.
Candidates across Kentucky are making their case with nearly two weeks before the primaries.
Indiana will hold its primary elections tomorrow.
Tonight, Brad Byrd sits down with her challenger, Bruce Ungethiem, to find out what he brings to the table if elected Vanderburgh County Commissioner.
We're about one week away from the Indiana Primary elections. One election here in the Tri-State is for the 2nd District seat on the Vanderburgh County Commission.
Tonight, Brad Byrd sits down with Pete Swaim, who is running for the Republican spot for the 4th District seat on the Vanderburgh County Council, which is the seat he now holds.
Mitch McConnell's camp released a statement today, after a report came out last month that Matt Bevin spoke at a pro-cockfighting event.
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.
The Kentucky Senate race is heating up with less than a month until the Republican Primary.
Lead political reporter Kayla Moody talked with Bevin in Owensboro this weekend.