Family video shows 12-year-old girl in final moments before fatal 2018 home explosion

The girl's family wants a Dallas-based natural gas company to improve safety after it was confirmed that a cracked gas pipe behind their home caused the deadly explosion.

  ‘It was just beautiful’: Divers encounter great white shark off Florida coast

SUV and semi end up off the road after a crash

Kentucky Wesleyan College students offer free tax help

Suspected gun store burglar rams accomplice with truck during break-in

New Illinois minimum wage law to challenge small businesses

New bill comes after the tight race for Daviess Co. House seat

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  Sinkhole opens up in Haynie’s Corner in Evansville

Authorities announce officer case review, FBI civil rights investigation in fatal Houston raid

Update on new, multi-million dollar project in White Co., Illinois

FBI impersonators caught on camera invading FL home

House Democrats’ measure blocking Trump emergency declaration coming Friday

Special Report: Richard Mourdock

  Family pressing charges against woman for disrupting baby’s birthday photo shoot

A Houston family is pressing charges against a woman who ordered them out of a local spot during their daughter's birthday photo shoot. They say the woman harassed them and even put her hands on one of them.

Coast Guard lieutenant compiled hit list of lawmakers and media figures, feds say

Christopher Paul Hasson is due to appear Thursday in federal court in Maryland after his arrest on gun and drug offenses, but prosecutors say those charges are the "proverbial tip of the iceberg."

  Tow truck driver helps officer, who was stabbed in the back, arrest DUI suspect

Authorities said a tow truck driver pulled a heroic act by helping an officer who was stabbed by a DUI suspect in California.

Year-long death investigation continues in Henderson Co.

A year-long death investigation continues in Henderson County.

Update: Police chase ends after pursuit through Evansville east side

Detectives solve burglary cases, one man arrested for seven burglaries

Man arrested in Madisonville for trying to sell drugs, near a school

Vegan bride bans meat-eating guests, including mom, from wedding

Vectren crews replacing street light poles on Lloyd starting Thursday

Man beat fiancee to death with baseball bat before burning her body, police say

  Funding in place for Sturgis flood wall improvements

In Union County, funding is now in place for a more than $1 million infrastructure project, which is for improvements to the Sturgis floodwall.

Deaconess Center of Healing Arts has new location

Deaconess Center for Healing Arts has outgrown their old facility and have even more space to meet patients needs.

Burberry apologizes for hoodie with noose knot

Marco Gobbetti, the brand’s CEO, said in a statement that Burberry is “deeply sorry for the distress” the shirt has caused and has removed it from the autumn-winter collection. Riccardo Tisci, Burberry’s creative director, also apologized. He said “while the design was inspired by a nautical theme,

Supreme Court limits power of states to impose excessive fines and seize property

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Constitution’s ban on excessive fines applies to the states, an outcome that could help efforts to rein in police seizure of property from criminal suspects.

New tools are coming to improve your credit score, report says

The new services will be available on an opt-in basis and will be free to consumers.

‘I broke my face a whole bunch,’ says teen who fell 50 feet off bridge while attempting selfie

Triston Bailey survived the fall off the Margaret McDermott Bridge last November. He is expected to make a full recovery.

  EPD: 10 firearms, 240 rounds of ammo removed from home after man arrested

During a press conference Wednesday, EPD Sgt. Jason Cullum discussed a recent arrest and the successful use of the Red Flag Law.

Grand Canyon museum visitors exposed for years to radiation, safety manager says

Authorities said the uranium ore was stored next to a taxidermy exhibit. A nuclear expert said the uranium exposure was unlikely to be hazardous to visitors.

Judge postpones Michael Cohen’s prison sentence by two months

Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal attorney and fixer, is also preparing to testify before three Congressional committees this month. Originally, he was to report to prison on March 6.

EPD: Man propositions officer in attempt to avoid going to jail

Police say they were called to an E. Franklin Street home because Daniel Bellm called 911 several times throughout the day.

Netflix: What’s coming and going in March

Season 3 for "Queer Eye" and Season 5B for "Arrested Development" arrive March 15, and "Santa Clarita Diet" Season 3 is set to drop March 29. "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind," directed by and starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, comes to the streaming service March 1.

2nd person pleads guilty to Murder in connection to New Year’s Day shooting

The second person involved in a New Year’s Day 2018 shooting has pleaded guilty.

Evansville man meets first responders who worked together to save his life

An Evansville man got the chance to meet the first responders who saved his life in January.

Justice Clarence Thomas challenges 1964 libel case

The case decision determined public figures must prove actual malice in libel cases -- which is a higher standard than typical citizens are held to.

Razors found under shopping cart handles at NC Walmart

Authorities said a Walmart customer was reportedly cut by one of the razors over the weekend.

ACLU part of lawsuit against Gibson Co. Jail

The suit claims the conditions lead to violence and danger and violate the Eight and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

Close Call: Trooper dodges suspected drunk driver

Trooper Whitmarsh was handing out a speeding ticket and almost didn’t see the car headed his way.

Sports betting bill advances in Kentucky legislature

A legislative committee approved House Bill 175 on Wednesday.

VIDEO: Skier caught, buried by Utah avalanche

The avalanche carried the skier 200 feet through trees and rocks until it buried him completely.

Just study salmon at Red Lobster, Rep. Tim Burchett says

According to a report by Ocean's Deeply, some types of salmon along the coast are disappearing, and the population that remains is becoming significantly smaller.

Former aide at Evansville nursing home accused of drugging residents with own meds

Gloria Welborn was booked into jail Tuesday afternoon on neglect and other charges. She has been released on a $500 bond.

Rare oarfish, ancient omens of natural disaster, captured by Japanese fishermen

The fish were captured alive but later died. Some fear of impending tsunamis or earthquakes in the region.

$12 million worth of meth seized in a shipment of frozen strawberries in TX

When Customs and Border Protection further inspected the strawberry shipment, officers discovered 350 packages of alleged methamphetamine concealed within the trailer. In total, 906 pounds of methamphetamine was seized from the shipment.

Bramble Cay melomys: First mammal extinct due to climate change, Australia says

The small brown rodent lived on a coral island on the Great Barrier Reef.

Resident told not to speak Spanish at Houston retirement community

The letter from the complex’s director said in part: “The United States of America is an English-speaking country, and those who come to the United States or are born here should learn to speak the language.”

Snow, ice expected to affect 90 million in US

Americans from the Plains to the Northeast are under a winter weather watch, warning or advisory.

No one hurt in overnight Henderson Co. fire

The fire happened around 1:30 Wednesday morning on Highway 416 West, near Robards.

AP source: FBI had backup plan to save Russia probe evidence

The goal was to ensure that the information collected under the investigations, which included probes of Trump associates and possible coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign, would survive the firings or reassignments of top law enforcement officials.

Iowa mom gets life for death of baby son found in maggot-infested diaper

An autopsy shows the baby died of malnutrition, dehydration and an E. coli infection. Investigators determined he had been wearing the same diaper for at least 10 days.

82-year-old crossing guard pushes kids to safety before being hit by SUV

The SUV's driver told police the glare from the sun prevented her from seeing people in the crosswalk.

Southwest Airlines cancels hundreds of flights amid mechanical problems

In a statement, the Dallas-based airline said there is no common theme to the issues facing its 750 airplanes.

First class graduates from new substance abuse program at Henderson Co. Jail

These are the first class of graduates of a new program at the Henderson County Jail.

Trump chooses Jeffrey Rosen for deputy attorney general

President Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated Jeffrey Rosen, a longtime litigator and deputy transportation secretary, to replace Rod Rosenstein as deputy attorney general.

Trump says he has ‘absolute right’ to declare emergency

President Donald Trump declared Tuesday that he would prevail over a multistate lawsuit challenging his emergency declaration to pay for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.

Police dismiss tip Smollett, 2 brothers together in elevator

Chicago police investigated but dismissed a tip that on the night "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett reported being attacked by two masked men he was in an elevator of his apartment building with two brothers later arrested and released from custody in the probe.

Sec. of State says Alabama woman who joined ISIS, wants to return home is no longer US citizen; cannot return

Local woman who joined ISIS, now wants to return to the US.

Walmart’s new corporate policy may cost man with cerebral palsy his job

A Pennsylvania Walmart employee with cerebral palsy is fighting to keep his job. His job requirements will soon include things that he physically cannot do, but he wants to keep working.

Hilltop Inn is back open for business

The Hilltop Inn closed it’s doors a few months ago, now the Marx family who originally owned the restaurant that first started serving food in 1839.

  ‘Alarming’ number of people received restricted fentanyl, study says

The study found thousands of patients received a highly potent form of the opioid fentanyl when they shouldn’t have.

7 Syrian refugee children die in Canadian house fire

The family was among 1,795 Syrian refugees who have come to Nova Scotia in recent years.

Follow up on health alert in Poseyville, high nitrogen levels in drinking water

A follow up on a health alert in Poseyville. The Town alerted residents Friday that the drinking water was unsafe for newborns to children six months of age because of high nitrogen levels.

EPD: More than 20 runs to Sidetrack Tavern in past year

New information now on the weekend shooting outside Sidetrack Tavern.

Community wants a say in bids for old new harmony school

The New Harmony school property is for sale. Tuesday, the city council was supposed to hear from bidders.

Chick-fil-A offering keto-friendly menu options

The restaurant’s keto-friendly option allows you to eat on the go while sticking to the popular diet trend.

Robert E. Lee statue vandalized in Charlottesville

Someone attempted to spray-paint the word “Freedom” on the base of the controversial Confederate statue, but it was spelled incorrectly with just one “e.”

Trump denies report saying he asked Whitaker to interfere in Michael Cohen investigation

President Donald Trump on Tuesday denied a New York Times report that he tried to interfere with the investigation of his former personal attorney Michael Cohen.

Hazelton FD making dozens of trips to shuttle back fresh water after outage

Firefighters from Hazelton and Patoka are making half a dozen trips shuttling fresh water.

Public hearing on proposed water rate hike in Dubois Co.

There is a public hearing on a proposed water rate hike happening in Dubois County Tuesday night.

Owensboro to buy downtown property for parking

The Owensboro City Commission will vote tonight if they want to purchase a downtown lot to use for parking.

Neighborhood Watch: Henderson man facing rape charges, Jasper Police needs help locating 2 men wanted in string of Walmart thefts

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.

Chandler Speedway up for auction after foreclosure

According to a flyer from William Wilson Auction Realty, it’s set for March 20 at 10 am. at the Chandler Community Center.

Trump orders creation of Space Force, but within Air Force

President Donald Trump on Tuesday directed the Pentagon to develop plans to create a new Space Force within the Air Force, accepting less than the full-fledged department he'd wanted.

Man leads police chase in stolen Pepsi truck after fight with girlfriend

Police were able to arrest the driver once the truck was trapped in grid-lock, but then it rolled forward and hit a school bus.

Hiker rescued in Utah after being stuck in quicksand for 10 hours during snow storm

When crews located Osmun, he was suffering from hypothermia, exposure and other injuries, officials say

Resilient Evansville hosts event to discuss children, teenagers mental health

Resilient Evansville is hosting the nationally-recognized Pediatrician, Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg.

Payless ShoeSource files for bankruptcy, closing North American stores

The company, based in Topeka, Kansas, updated the number of stores it is closing to 2,500, up from the 2,100 it cited on Friday when it confirmed it was planning to liquidate its business.

Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff’s Office receives new AEDs

Vanderburgh County Sheriff Deputies received 45 defibrillators Tuesday, thanks to the Heart Saver at Deaconess.

The Village asking for help after increase of kids in foster care

According to The Villages, the biggest need is for sibling groups and teenagers.