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  St. Vincent’s New Therapeutic Sensory Playground

Children and their families were the first to check out the Patricia Browning Stone Sensory Playground at Monday’s grand opening. But the Tri-State’s newest indoor and outdoor playground has a greater purpose - helping children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD).

Halloween can trigger emotional, behavioral challenges

Costumes, spooky skeletons and jack-o-lanterns all come along with Halloween. It’s all fun, but the chaos of the little ghouls and goblins may be unsettling and confusing for some.

14 News Special: Choosing to Survive

The one hour special is hosted by our Beth Sweeney.

  St. Vincent’s New Therapeutic Sensory Playground

Children and their families were the first to check out the Patricia Browning Stone Sensory Playground at Monday’s grand opening. But the Tri-State’s newest indoor and outdoor playground has a greater purpose - helping children with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD).

Halloween can trigger emotional, behavioral challenges

Costumes, spooky skeletons and jack-o-lanterns all come along with Halloween. It’s all fun, but the chaos of the little ghouls and goblins may be unsettling and confusing for some.

14 News Special: Choosing to Survive

The one hour special is hosted by our Beth Sweeney.

$70k to help domestic violence victims in Southern Indiana

Allstate Foundation presents check for $70,000 to local non-profit, Holly's House to continue their efforts for domestic violence victims in Southern Indiana.

Talking to babies makes them smarter, study says

The toddlers whose parents had more back-and-forth conversations with them scored higher on IQ and vocabulary tests.

EXCLUSIVE: Only IN suicidologist talks on how personal story helps her save lives

A staff member at a local psychiatric hospital is saving lives.

Peace of Mind: Easing back-to-school anxiety

The first day of school is exciting, but can also be scary for some children.  In a special Peace of Mind project, an expert with the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation offered this advice for parents.

Peace of Mind: Suicide Awareness

Our Peace of Mind special "Suicide Awareness" aired July 26, 2018, on WFIE and WNIN.

Peace of Mind: Suicide Survivor

"She was the best mom, honestly.  I can't even put it into words how good she was.  It was like magic watching her go through all these problems and come out on the good side.  She always stayed positive," said 19-year old Mikayla Strother.  Her nickname was Smiley. "You would've never been able to tell anything was going on with her.  She would just put a smile on.  She'd do what she had to do for me and my sisters." Behind that sm...

Summit held at USI to shed light on veterans mental health

Veteran mental health was at the forefront of a summit held Tuesday in Evansville.

Peace of Mind: Depression and Suicide rates among first responders are skyrocketing

Firefighters, police, EMT'S and paramedics are on the front lines of emergency situations every day, and it takes a toll.

Peace of Mind: Safe in Schools

Our Peace of Mind special "Safe in Schools" aired March 21, 2018 on WFIE and WNIN.

Daviess Co. sheriff's deputies prepare for active shooter situations

Daviess County sheriff's deputies are now more prepared for active shooter situations.

Peace of Mind Project: Mental Health in Kentucky schools

When the Johnson Brothers visit Dave at RiverValley Behavioral Health, they say its like hanging out with a good friend. "He's really good at helping you cheer up when you're down."

Crisis Stabilization Unit could come to downtown Evansville

A one-of-its-kind crisis stabilization unit is in the works in Evansville. United Caring Service has plans to bring much needed substance abuse resources to its downtown facility.

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