Evansville startup appliance grows vegetables on your kitchen counter

A new company in Evansville has a new creation. It’s like a Keurig, but for veggies.

Newburgh Presbyterian Church has final service Sunday

New diversity group forming in Evansville

Update on Stop Light City playground in Evansville

Need to smile? Watch this Kentucky boy’s reaction to ‘Happy Birthday’

Easterseals names new ambassadors

Teacher uses Harry Potter to help teach math

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  An adorable reaction to balloons is spreading Christmas joy

Newburgh Barber makes house calls for elderly clients

EMS makes Christmas bright while working during the holidays

UE basketball team takes kids shopping

Local woman looking for long lost brother and sister

Cross Eyed Cricket holds community meal

  Evansville nurse gets “Ambush Makeover” on Today

Donna Buckles is in New York with her daughter. The two ladies hit the plaza with a sign, hoping to get picked.

Move-in day at Garvin Lofts

Today was move in day at Garvin Lofts, so some people experiencing homelessness in Evansville now have a new place to live.

  Resurrection School’s Christmas parade

It’s Christmas season and the halls of Resurrection School are filled with Christmas spirit. The School even held a Christmas parade, with kids marching through the halls and caroling around the school.

United Way announces Impact Grant winners

Two local organizations are getting money to help provide services to families in need.

  American Legion donates bikes to Salvation Army

Santa Claus, IN will be on Hallmark

Neighborhood lights benefit local charities

Sanitation workers spark friendship with KY 2-year-old

Dreaming big at Southside Stars Youth Zone

Annual shop with a cop in Henderson

  Boys and Girls Club hosts special food drive

The Christmas holidays can be tough for struggling Tri-State families. The Boys and Girls Club of Evansville are hosting a special food drive that aims to help both the hungry, as well as the kids that attend the club.

Neighborhood Watch: Car break-ins cont., Jasper police looking for debit card thief

Neighborhood Watch: Car break-ins continue, Jasper police looking for debit card thief

Toy Town event happening today

t’s your chance to help make sure families in the Tri-State have a good Christmas.

Albion Fellows receives grant for new playground

Thanks to a grant from Trinity United Methodist Church, Albion Fellows Bacon Center will soon have a brand new playground. Residential Program Director, Penny Grubb said this is Albion's first real playground and that it will be wonderful for all the children at the shelter.

Neighborhood Watch: Facebook scam, Optimist Club donates to several organizations

A local woman lost thousands to a man she met on Facebook. 20-year-old DUI arrest in Henderson. The Optimist Club awards $20,000 to 30 organizations.

‘Pete’ strikes again with $3K donation to Easterseals

“Guess what day it is?” Those were the familiar first words during a phone call Easterseals received Monday afternoon from “Pete”, a local legend who has donated anonymously for 28 years.

  Neighborhood Watch: Keep your doors locked, crime increases during holiday season

Keep your house and car doors locked. Counterfeit money being used more. New Energize Evansville event on December 8. More than 20 reports of car break-ins in northern vanderburgh county.

Tri-Staters get moving at the Turkey Day 5k before their Thanksgiving feast

These legs were moving long before the turkey legs were cooking Thursday morning at the Turkey Day 5k in downtown Evansville.Hundreds of Tri-Staters and their families got their exercise in before the big meal.Many of the participants came in costume.

Brick and mortar toy stores still a hit

It's not even Thanksgiving quite yet but holiday toy shopping has already started. And although online shopping is up, brick and mortar toy stores are busy too.

Memorial students promote dance marathon at Evansville airport

Students were at the Evansville airport Wednesday, greeting travelers and promoting their upcoming dance marathon.

KSP asking you to help “Cram the Cruiser”

Non-perishable food can be brought to bins at the Kroger on Starlight drive in Owensboro.

New barbecue restaurant opens in Evansville

Read Street BBQ opened Wednesday in Evansville at Read and Virginia Streets.

Kindergarteners’ Thanksgiving Feast

Kindergarteners at Delaware Elementary celebrated Thanksgiving a little bit early and put their table manners they learned in the classroom to the test - on a field trip to a local buffet.Teachers collected community donations to raise the money so this “school-family” Thanksgiving could happen.

Gobbler Gathering still accepting donations

Gobbler Gathering donations.

Gibson County Opportunity Zone

Good news for investors in Gibson County - a portion of the county has been declared an opportunity zone.The recently declared opportunity zone covers almost four square miles over the North and West sides of Princeton, stretching from Main Street, West to Highway 41.

ECHO Dental Clinic Coming in January

A new dental clinic is set to open in January at ECHO Community Health’s main campus. ECHO’s CEO Sandee Strader McMillen told us that after years of planning, ECHO Community Health will soon offer full service on-site dental care for lower income or uninsured patients.

Funeral services for Sgt. Drew Watters

Friends and family are saying goodbye to Sgt. Drew Watters.

KY Chrome places 3rd in World Series

KY Chrome places 3rd in World Series

Volunteers fill 1,000 bags for area foster children

“Value Every Child” is a partnership among non-profits including The Isaiah 1:17 Project, 911 Gives Hope, Vanderburgh County CASA, Young and Established, and several University of Evansville student organizations.

Sunrise School Spirit at Owensboro Innovation Academy

Sunrise School Spirit at Owensboro Innovation Academy

McCutchanville students feel what an earthquake is like

Indiana Department of Homeland Security and Geological Survey puts on the event.

New youth program aims to improve Evansville’s south side

A new youth program is aiming to fight the odds in Evansville’s most poverty-stricken neighborhood.

  Mickey’s Kingdom set to open October 27

Mickey's Kingdom is in the final stages of construction and is set to open Saturday, October 27th. Evansville's newest riverfront play space is for kids of all abilities. It is one of the few almost entirely wheelchair accessible playgrounds in the country.

Ferdinand family reunited with lost therapy dog

A Ferdinand family and their therapy dog have been reunited.

Community Garden grows thousands of pounds of fresh produce for food bank

A community garden in Madisonville, KY has grown 14,000 lbs of fresh, organic produce for the Christian Food Bank - all at the hands of dedicated volunteers and master gardeners.

Regular customer at Evansville gas station wins $700K

Lottery officials say the winning Cash 5 jackpot ticket was bought at the Kwick Stop on Pollack Ave.

Mural in Boonville almost complete

A new mural near the Boonville square is sharing a unique look at the town’s history.

Jackie Young named Fall Festival parade grand marshal

Former Princeton Community basketball star Jackie Young has been named the grand Marshal of the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Parade.

Family, crews keep searching 8 days after fisherman went missing

Crews continue their search, and his family, including his mom, Brenda Ambros, has been out from morning until night waiting for answers.

‘Celebrity Scoop’ raises money for EVSC clothing bank

Thursday night the EVSC Foundation held its annual celebrity scoop night at Baskin Robbins.

Holly’s House celebrates 10-years in Evansville

When you look at the data, you can see why a place like this is necessary. One in every 10 children will be sexually abused before they reach 18-years-old.

Honor Flight Veterans return home

Owensboro area veterans return home after Honor FLight to DC.

Thursday’s Neighborhood Watch 9-13

It is not cool to attack cops who are just trying to keep the peace.

Fall Fest pre-sale arm band vouchers go on sale this week

It may be hard to believe, but Evansville's West Side Nut Club Fall Festival is just a month away.

Few weeks left until Blue Angels soar into Owensboro

We are only a couple weeks away from the Blue Angels soaring over downtown Owensboro and we at 14 News have some exciting news to announce.

44th annual Frog Follies car show underway

The 44th annual Frog Follies car show is underway.

Apollo student memorizes first 100 digits of Pi

Ben O'Bryan is a junior transfer from Owensboro Catholic. He wants to be an engineer some day.

Several improvement projects underway at Heritage Hills High School

Students, teachers and staff returned to school on Wednesday in North Spencer County.

  Collin Clarke featured on A&E’s ‘Born This Way’

Evansville's own bodybuilder and special needs advocate, Collin Clarke will be on A&E's show 'Born This Way' Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.

Concerned citizens address city council about falling buildings

A group in Cannelton is concerned because of buildings literally falling down around them.

Colts in Motion coming to Princeton

A traveling Indianapolis Colts museum will be stopping in Gibson County just in time for the upcoming NFL season.

Tri-State charity sponsoring drive for school supplies

Happening Monday from 4-6 p.m., local charity Young and Established is sponsoring a school supply and backpack drive at the Central Library in Evansville.

Evansville students volunteer to hand out groceries

Sometimes, a simple gesture and a smile can go a long way.  Athletes from the Harrison High School football and lacrosse teams volunteered to help pass out free groceries to those in need on Green River Road in Evansville.

Community members gather for Henry funeral procession

Community members lined KY 54 today to show their support for the Henry family. The funeral procession began at First Baptist Church in Owensboro and processed down KY 54 into Whitesville. Along the way, citizens gathered outside homes and businesses with pink and blue balloons to pay their respects.

Helping people in the community 1 truck full of produce at a time

We're told the Daughters of Charity in Evansville started the project and have since helped hundreds of people around town.

EPD Sgt. Rahm retires after 40-plus years on force

The Evansville Police Department says goodbye, to one of the mainstays of its force.

200-years celebrated at Vanderburgh Co. Bicentennial Birthday Bash

Kids, families, furry friends, and sheriffs gathered outside the Old Courthouse Friday morning for Vanderburgh County's Bicentennial Birthday bash.

Owensboro firefighters help with birth of baby

Larry and Stacey Freels are settling in with their newest family member, a baby girl named Magdalene Marie.

‘Be yourself, be unique’: Owensboro man inspires happiness through dance

If you live in Owensboro, chances are you've seen "Tayvho" groovin' through the streets.

NBC shows - ticket information

We receive a lot of questions from viewers about how to get tickets to Jimmy Fallon or how to send birthdays to Willard Scott. This page will answer those questions, and more!

Viewer programming contact information

We receive a lot of questions from viewers about how to get tickets to Jimmy Fallon or how to send birthdays to Willard Scott. This page will answer those questions, and more!

Update: Vanderburgh County violent offender list

Here is the list of Vanderburgh County violent offenders mentioned by Stefanie Silvey in the Thursday 14 News Investigates report. If you have information on any of the offenders still being sought, contact

Bluegrass on the Banks concert series

The City of Owensboro is bringing back Bluegrass on the Banks for its second season. The series will showcase a variety of bluegrass music on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from May through September.

Lightwire theatre WFIE exclusive presale

Lightwire Theatre, known for their signature brand of dazzling visuals, poignant storytelling and music designed to evoke imager, will be at the Victory Theatre on Tuesday, March 11, at 7:00 P.M.Since

Taking A Stand: Mitch Daniels's criticism of liberal historian

Our Universities lack a balance of free expression of ideas in my opinion. Liberal academics demand academic freedom , but only with liberal ideas.

Bar-B-Que Fest pageants changing location

With all the downtown construction in Owensboro, Bar-B-Que Festival leaders say there's going to be some changes this year.

Hunt for the Nut: Register to WIN!

Congratulations, you found Chippy!

Meet The Weather Spotters From Posey County, IN

Thanks to many of our storm team spotters, we are able to bring you up to date accurate weather right from your hometown.