Businesses big and small have been impacted by the pandemic. We’ve seen some of our favorite restaurants or local clothing stores close. But, we’ve also welcomed several new businesses to the Tri-State.
Most don't think about who the fastest middle schooler in the world is, but when they do, do they think he lives in Owensboro, Kentucky? Probably not.
Storm Team 44 Wednesday Evening Forecast
City Leaders Discuss Future of Feed Evansville
Corban henry, 15, lost his life to gun violence in August of 2020. His family and friends have waited 8 months for answers. Now they have a possible step closer to closure.
Detectives from the Owensboro Police Department arrested a 17-year-old boy in connection to the 2020 shooting death of 15-year-old Corban Henry.
The high school baseball season is a long road with many twists and turns. However, the North boys have stuck together, negotiating every bump to remain state title contenders.
EPD Officer Arrested for Outstanding Warrant on Welfare Fraud V
The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility proposing a project that would replace the city's Water Treatment Plant.
Storm Team 44 Wednesday Morning Forecast
It's a story dating back 44 years. Daniel Rigling of Owensboro has had a good life, good parents, he married his high school sweetheart, and is raising two kids of his own. But something was always missing.
During the Princeton Police Merit Board's Tuesday meeting, officers with the Princeton Police Department called for the resignation of four members of the board following the reinstatement of Officer Brandt George.
Storm Team 44 Tuesday Evening Forecast
High School Gym Floods After Heavy Storms
30 Reitz High School Seniors signed with 18 local companies, as a collaborative partnership for the EVSC Opt-In program.
Thunderstorms and heavy rainfall hit multiple Tri-State communities late Monday into early Tuesday, with some areas seeing several inches of rain.
CenterPoint Energy Completes Retirement of 'Vectren' Name in Indiana
Storm Team 44 Tuesday Morning Forecast
Mom, Community Members Protest for Justice After Baby is Beaten
EPD says 34-year-old Amber Lazo was arrested on Sunday and booked in Vanderburgh County Jail for an active warrant issued in June 2020 for two counts of Welfare Fraud, with each count being a Level 6 Felony in Indiana.
As the saying goes "there is no place like home" and that rings true for one Henderson woman.
Storm Team 44 Monday Evening Forecast
Airfare Scams Soar Throughout Tri-State
Bikers Kick Off Riding Season
Covid Variant Cases Now on Indiana State Dashboard
Storm Team 44 Monday Morning Forecast
Aces Baseball Earns Thrilling Split with Dallas Baptist
Evansville Unveils New Downtown Light Display
Storm Team 44 Saturday Night Forecast
Woodmere Dog Park Hosts Run for the Noses
EPDF Hosts SWAT Challenge
Hometown Heroes: Don and Peggy Racster
A giant penguin popped up in downtown Evansville on Friday to promote Mesker Park Zoo's new Penguins of Patagonia Exhibit.
Vickie Oliver of Kentucky is vying to become the Kentucky Derby's first winning female trainer.
Storm Team 44 Friday Evening Forecast
In a 44News exclusive, grieving mom Amy Davis reflects on the anniversary of her son's death.
The pandemic is causing bus driver shortages across the Tri-State. On that note, who is looking for the opportunity to get behind the wheel?
New Look Otters Just Weeks Away
Visitations will begin Monday on a limited schedule. Jail officials say a limited number of visitors will be allowed inside the visitation area with the goal of safety in mind.
Storm Team 44 Friday Morning Forecast
Ellis Park Gets Set to Host Guests for Derby Weekend
Storm Team 44 Thursday Evening Forecast
Two Memorial HS Students Score Perfectly on ACT
EVSC Letting Interested Applicants Test Drive School Buses Friday
West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Dates Set
Covid-19 Hospitalizations are on the rise in southern Indiana -- once again. Doctors at Deaconess say the majority of the cases are from the younger generation.
Old Coal Mine Site Turning into Workforce Center
Lack of Qualified Truck Drivers Could Leat to Gas Shortages