Many Kentucky Businesses Now At 60% Capacity
9 PM Forecast
Heritage Hills Wins Another Sectional Crown beating Boonville
Reitz beats Central for Boys Sectional Title
Evansville Fire Department crews found themselves in a unique situation on Thursday when high flood waters required the use of a boat for crews to reach a blazing destination.
Logan's Promise is asking you to not drink and drive. The organization is partnering with Lyft to offer discounted rides home every weekend in March.
CSX is closing Ohio Street between Fulton Avenue and 9th Street for two weeks beginning Tuesday, March 9.
Indiana's governor received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine on Friday morning at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Some of the Kentucky businesses able to open up further include but are not limited to bars and restaurants, salons, theaters, and government offices.
Pleasant & Dry Friday
Vanderburgh County was awarded $771,150 on Thursday for a new trail along Green River Road from Lenape Lane to Millersburg Road.
Neighborhood pools in Evansville are set to open on Saturday, June 5 - and the city's parks department is looking to hire pool managers, lifeguards, and more.
With data continuing to show a downward trend in COVID-19 cases and deaths in Indiana, assisted living facilities like North River Health Campus in Evansville are hopeful they can keep families together.
Hoosier educators under the age of 50-years-old are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Walmart, Kroger, and Meijer pharmacies.
The Evansville Police Department is looking to identify the individuals/vehicle seen here after they say catalytic converters were stolen in the 1500 block of North Fulton Avenue.
What to Expect for Your Friday
EPD's 3rd Shift Officers Work Throughout the Night to Keep Us Safe
Attorney For Freshman with Tourette Syndrome Breaks Down the Federal Lawsuit Against USI
Can the BBQ City master burgers? What about the Mexican restaurants? Burger week ends Saturday, March 6th.
The advisory has been issued for a small portion of the county.
Joe Downs Interviews Rilee Epley
After receiving a supply of USDA food boxes from the Tri-State Food Bank, the Trinity United Methodist Church in downtown Evansville hosted a food distribution event on Wednesday.
Wednesday Morning, The Henderson Christian Community Outreach added another program to their agenda to help fight food insecurity.
Police in Evansville found a vehicle riddled with bullet holes after responding to a shots fired call just before 1:00 a.m. on Thursday.
COVID-19 Relief Bill
Dry & Pleasant Thursday
USI Faces Federal Discrimination Lawsuit
Tri-State Schools Struggling with Prom Decision
What to Expect for Your Thursday
It's the opening night of boys basketball sectionals at Boonville.
Two Tri-State Elementary students are in the process of achieving their dreams with the help of local law enforcement.
Evansville Police Officer Goes Beyond the Badge
Now that COVID-19 restrictions are easing and kids are back in the classroom, the effects of the pandemic on domestic abuse rates in the area are becoming more clear - with the Evansville Police Department responding to 83 incidents in the month of February alone.
Area families in need can get food supplies once again at Hartke Pool.
St. Patrick's Photo Op Outside Goldman's Pawn Shop in Evansville
Police say the driver of a white car with no license plates was nowhere to be found at the scene of a crash at the Deluxe Inn in Evansville on Tuesday.
Sunny & Beautiful Wednesday
What to Expect for Your Wednesday
Vanderburgh County Health Department to get Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, as Eligibility Expands
An Owensboro man was arrested after stealing a car Monday night with a child inside.
The Bar-B-Q Block Party on May 8th will still backyard competition and local churches cooking for the public.
The Madisonville Community College has officially announced the launch of a new aviation program that will give students the opportunity to become a professional pilot through fixed-wing (airplane) or helicopter options.
City officials in Evansville say the intersection at First Avenue and Mill Road will operate as a four-way stop for two days while crews perform the upgrade.
Two schools in the Muhlenberg County Public Schools district will switch to virtual learning on Friday.
A 24-year-old Evansville man is facing multiple felony charges in connection to the shooting of a teenage victim on Monday night.
Sunny & Beautiful Tuesday