One man is in jail after authorities say he choked and punched a USI student at an on-campus apartment. The Evansville Police Department is raising funds to replace their bomb dog. Law enforcement in Gibson County is going to be working overtime to crack down on aggressive drivers.
In Henderson, police say a man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl nearly seven months ago is finally under arrest. Jasper Police say they’ve made two arrest but hope to make two more in a series of thefts at the Jasper Walmart.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.