Widow with few months to live now facing flooding from Florence

Widow Debra Wright's doctors diagnosed her with cancer and gave her a year to live earlier this year, and now Hurricane Florence is devastating her home.

MPD: Person hit by train killed

Madisonville Police confirm a person was hit by a train.

EPD: Biaggi’s evacuated after reported suspicious package

EPD’s bomb squad is on the scene of a reported suspicious package at a restaurant.

Evansville FOP endorses Levco for prosecutor

Evansville's FOP Political Action Committee has announced their endorsements for the upcoming November elections.

Corporation spearheading new effort to connect women in business

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation is spearheading a new effort to connect women in business.

Evansville Diocese will release names of accused priests

Bishop Joseph M. Siegel has announced that the Diocese of Evansville will collect and release the names of diocesan priests who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors.

Prosecutor: No direct evidence live cats were put into freezer at Spencer Co. Animal Shelter

Allegations were made several weeks ago that animal shelter employees were euthanizing cats by putting them in a freezer.

Methodist Hospital announces affiliation with Deaconess

Methodist Hospital held a press conference to announce an affiliation deal with Deaconess Hospital has been finalized.

Fire burns 30 acres of corn in Gibson Co.

A large field fire was sparked Thursday afternoon in Gibson County as farmers were harvesting their corn.

Alert for storms today, much cooler tomorrow

We are on Alert today for the possibility of some strong storms this afternoon and evening, but that rain will also usher in some much cooler weather.

Catnapping volunteer is the hero we need right now

A Wisconsin man’s cat-naps have made him an internet star. Terry is a volunteer at the Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary in Green Bay.

  Man left sexually explicit messages on female USI students' cars, deputies say

Aaron Douglas Otto, 31, is facing charges of intimidation and harassment.

Crews respond to early morning fire in Evansville

It happened around around 3 Friday morning on Moline Drive, just off St. Joe Avenue.

AT&T’s $10k grant benefits ECHO Housing high school tutoring program

High schoolers living in poverty are now getting extra help to make sure they have the tools for a successful future.

Person shot during attempted robbery in Evansville

Police say the incident started around 9:30 p.m. Thursday as an attempted robbery at Kentucky Avenue and Cherry Street.

Fall Festival rides announced

We are less than two weeks away until the Fall Festival and the West Side Nut Club wants to make sure you're prepared.

Event raises money for CASA

Dozens of people gathered for an event to raise money for a good cause in Evansville.

Weather reporting station will be able to track severe weather

A new weather reporting station in Webster County will help relay important information to the National Weather Service.

Man helps repair washed out road, discovers he’s helping man who saved his life

Community helping fix washed out Amelia County road

Tell City Law Enforcement accepting donations for first responders

The Tell City Police Department wants to make sure that first responders are not forgotten about. They are doing their part to make sure their counterparts down south are taken care of.

Allegations surface over prank causing allergic reaction in Hancock Co. student

A Hancock County teenager is recovering after an allergic reaction and his mother said it was no accident.

Abandoned fireworks store to be demolished

An abandoned building in Spencer County is coming down.

Owensboro Police looking for 3rd robbery suspect, 2 others arrested

The robbery happened late Thursday morning at the Family Dollar on West 2nd Street.

City commissioners vote in favor of tax increase in Owensboro

The Owensboro City Commission voted 3-2 in favor of a 4% property increase.

Organization voices concerns regarding allegations against Spencer Co. animal shelter

We continue to follow a developing story out of Spencer County.

Neighborhood Watch: Free tour of downtown Evansville, Harvest time could mean farm equipment on the roads

It's harvest time. That means farmers will not only be moving through their fields, but they will also be out on the roads too.

Aerotek holding job fair to fill 400 jobs

Aerotek and Toyota will host a Fall Hiring Festival for candidates to apply in person on Saturday, September 22, at the Toyota Indiana Visitors Center.

Ribbon cutting on new affordable housing property in Owensboro

A new leaf has turned for century-old MPD Inc. warehouse in Owensboro.

Owensboro shooting suspect now charged with murder

Todd Raley, 52, was shot several times on Sept. 10 in the 3200 block of West 2nd Street.

What’s that smell?

There’s a foul smell in the Lamasco Park area of Evansville, and it’s coming from Pigeon Creek.

Kentucky Supreme Court to consider if sex offender can be alone with own kids

The Kentucky Supreme Court has been asked to decide whether a convicted sex offender can spend time alone with his own children.

  Halloweekends start this weekend at Holiday World

The crew over at Holiday World is preparing for their Halloweekends, which start on Saturday and run through October 28.

Cause of fire at old Daviess Co., KY motel under investigation

Fire crews were on scene at the old Whitey’s Motel on n Highway 60 W. for several hours overnight to get those flames out.

KSP: Owensboro man killed in officer-involved shooting

There is new information on an officer-involved shooting in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

Jasper Common Council approves funding for I-69 connection

The Jasper Common Council unanimously approved a resolution to move forward in funding a study that would ultimately look to connect Dubois County to Interstate-69.

Child pulled from Newburgh pond in critical condition

Several crews responded to the scene of a potential child drowning.

Henderson Fire Dept. works to put “Stop the Bleed” Kits in schools

A person can die of blood loss from an injury in a matter of minutes.

KWC students still living in dorms

KWC students assigned to live at Peeples Hall are still living in hotels and will have to move to other hotels before moving into their dorm next month.

Evansville man facing child molesting charges

An Evansville man was in court Wednesday to face a judge in a child molesting case.

Owensboro commissioners to re-vote on property tax

Tuesday night's vote to increase property taxes in Owensboro failed on a technicality, but the city commission already has plans in the works to get it passed.

Volunteers still needed for Mickey’s Kingdom build

Construction of Mickey's Kingdom is moving right along but they're still asking for your help.