Train Derailment and Explosion In Gibson County
Developing story: A train derailment in Gibson County, near Princeton, leads to an explosion.
Owensboro Hosting Community Blood Drive
The community blood drive will be held on June 20th! Find out where and when!
Portion of Court Street in Evansville to Close for One Year
Court Street between northwest 5th and 6th Streets in downtown Evansville being closed for one year as construction on a new YMCA gets underway.
2018 Evansville National Night Out Set for August 7th
The Evansville edition of the National Night Out is set for August 7th at Wessleman Park giving the public a chance to meet with first responders in the area.
Evansville Rescue Mission Debuts 24-7 Donation Bins
The Evansville Rescue Mission is making it easier for you to donate your gently used items for their Thrift Store with all new, secure donation drop off boxes.
10 Unique Fathers Day Gifts for the Dad Who Has Everything
If the dad in your life has everything, these 10 things are AWESOME ides for Father's Day! So, whatever your budget, check out these ideas!
SCAM ALERT - Facebook Scam Wants Your Money
Facebook can be a place for all kinds of good, but it can also be a place are the bad floats to the surface. Please beware of the latest Facebook scam the wants to trick you into thinking you won the lottery and then tries to get your personal info! Take a look!
Stop Using This Cleaning Tool NOW
Summer cookouts are in full swing! Before you get the grill fired up, be very careful how you clean it. Doctors are warning of a fatal danger!
Evansville Man Turns Passion for Coffee Into Successful Business
Tim Piazza, owner and Roastmaster of Evansville Coffee Company, is sharing his passion for the perfect cup of java with businesses and residents across the area.
Central Grad Dylan Meyer Qualifies for PGA's USA Open
Evansville native, and Central High School graduate, Dylan Meyer will make his professional golf debut next weekend after qualifying for the U.S. Open.
Shrinersfest Organizers in Need of Volunteers for 2018 Festival
The organizers of the 2018 Shrinersfest are looking for several volunteers to work a number of different areas during the festival along the Evansville riverfront.
Fiat Chrysler Recalling 4.8 Million Vehicles Due to Faulty Cruise
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 4.8 million vehicles due to a fault in the cruise control system preventing it from disengaging.
Evansville Blondes vs Brunettes Football Game Set for Saturday
No helmets, no pads, just several tough women playing football for a great cause!
Makers of Spam Issue Voluntary Recall Due to Metal Contamination
Hormel Foods Corporation have issued a recall of roughly 228,614 pounds of Spam after receiving complaints of small metal fragments inside certain cans.
Mountain Lion Spotted Near St. Wendel
Last seen a couple of years ago, residents have once again spotted it lurking around the same wooded area where it was suspected of killing a family pet.
Need extra cash this summer, or have a teenager in the house that needs to earn their keep with a summer job? The Evansville Parks and Recreation Department is in need of lifeguards at all their neighborhood pools!
University of Evansville Grad Playing Freddie Mercury in Biopic
Although he was raised in LA, Rami Malek, has Evansville connections and now set to play the Queen frontman. Get a first look of him as the rock legend.
In the Heat of Summer and Never Leave Kids or Pets In the Car
The Summer heat can be stifling!! This Memorial Day weekend is no exception. As soon as you sit down in your car, it's hard to breath. Let's just remind ourselves, how hot your car can get!
New SnapChat Feature is A Parents Worst Nightmare
Snapchat has added a new feature that makes things more helpless than ever. After you read about it, you will want to uninstall that app from your child's phone.
Jury Phone Scam Targeting the Tri-State
If you get a call from someone claiming to be from the U.S. Marshal's Office threatening to arrest you for missing jury duty unless you pay a fine, be cautious. It's likely a phone scam the Tri-State Better Business Bureau says is targeting local residents.