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  EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Two arrested after east side chase

Police say it started just after 11:30 a.m. after two suspects stole items from the east side Walmart.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Single car crash in the NB lanes of 41 near I-64

No one hurt in crash involving school bus in Warrick Co.

Hwy 41 back open after crash

ONB providing relief for furloughed employees

SNAP beneficiaries plan for the worst

Section of WB Lloyd closed after vehicle flips over

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  House Bill could raise teachers minimum salary by thousands

Immigration hearings canceled during government shutdown

Domestic violence shelters affected by government shutdown

ECHO Housing, Aurora selected for annual housing project

Vanderburgh Co. sheriff’s office gives back

Perry Co. Memorial Hospital announces affiliation agreement with St. Vincent Hospital

  Some German Twp. Water customers under boil advisory

German Township Water District has issued a boil advisory following an early morning water main break.

Affidavit: Dad arrested after child tests positive for meth

The child told officials that during his visit, he saw his dad smoking something out of a “blown glass thingie.”

  Renovations on Main St. buildings in Rockport could bring new life to downtown

Mayor Harney says renovations are nearly complete on the the old buildings on Main Street in Rockport.

Senior leadership, emerging young talent helping Knights find groove

Led by the program’s new all-time leading scorer, Alex Hemenway, the Knights are starting to put it all together. A scary thought when you consider they’ve already posted an 11-3 record.

  One hurt in shooting near Evansville bar

Changes could be coming to busy Newburgh intersection

EPD adds 10 more AEDs to squad cars

Active shooter drill at Castle High

Local farmers start to feel the effects of government shutdown

Diocese members hosting mass in Ferdinand prior to D.C. trip

  Construction underway on new Dollar General in New Harmony

The historic town of New Harmony has seen their population slowly go down over the years after businesses moved out of town.

Neighborhood Watch: Departments search for info; Wanted Wednesday

Neighborhood Watch: Departments search for info; Wanted Wednesday

Ferdinand Town Council considers water rate increase

The Patoka Lake Water District supplies water to Ferdinand and recently increased its rates by about $2.50 per customer.

Sturgis gets $567K block grant

The federal funds will allow the city to address issues with its levee and flood protection system. They are trying to receive reaccreditation through FEMA after efforts to rehabilitate the levee from 2013 to 2015.

Meeting on SR-261 intersection changes planned for Wednesday

The meeting is at 6 p.m. at Castle High School.

Plans moving forward to reopen Spencer Co. Animal Shelter

County commissioners tell us they have a new ordinance that expands the animal control board from seven to nine members. The commission has already appointed eight of those members.

  Couple arrested after home burglarized

Conflicting statements and alternating versions of their story led to the arrest of a man and woman after they were seen leaving a north side home.

Construction underway on new Dollar General in New Harmony

Construction has started on the new Dollar General in New Harmony.

Coffee Shop gives back to local makers to boost small businesses

River City Coffee and goods posted on their Instagram last week that they had made $118,632 in sales from locally made goods, and all of that money was going back to the people who made the products.

‘Has anyone killed somebody before?’ murder suspect asks after arrest, affidavit says

Indiana State Police say 23-year-old Chloie Lubbehusen was stabbed on January 11th at a home near St. Anthony.

Northeast Dubois County School Board holds off decision to close Celestine Elementary

The Northeast Dubois School Corporation did not make a decision on closing Celestine Elementary School in a consolidation plan.

Exclusive: VFW shooting victim, wife speak out

The man shot at the VFW Sunday in Evansville shares chilling details about how he and his wife worked side by side to keep the suspect out of the Post. We met with the couple at the hospital where he is set for surgery Tuesday evening, hoping to regain feeling in his left leg.

Tri-State Food Bank prepares for the worst

The government shutdown is also affecting Hoosiers who receive food stamps.

Hilltop Inn under new ownership

Crews have been hard at work painting and cleaning the restaurant.

Neighborhood Watch: Hopkins Co. Sheriff’s Office has new app, Evansville detective in hospital after being attacked

The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office has added an app to its arsenal. The office says people expect readily available information at their fingertips, and that is why they decided to develop the app. An Evansville police detective is in the hospital recovering from his injuries after being attacked.

Gov. Eric Holcomb delivers State of State address

Holcomb is expected to focus on the four key points of his “Next Level Agenda," which are economy, infrastructure, education and public health.

Man arrested after detective suffers broken nose

An incident at a hospital early Tuesday caused one officer to be hospitalized, while the assailant was arrested for battery.

Roy Lee Ward files lawsuit to block death penalty in Indiana

Ward’s most recent lawsuit says the death penalty violates Indiana’s Constitution.

Water will be shut off in New Harmony on Tuesday

The entire town of New Harmony will be without water Tuesday.

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.

Dozens show up to support and oppose Drag Queen Story Hour

Dozens showed up outside of City Hall to support and oppose the event coming to Evansville.

Familiar face joining Jasper Common Council

A new but familiar face is joining the Jasper Common Council. Phil Mundy won Saturday’s Caucus for the At-Large City Council Seat.

  Evansville partners with the traffic app, Waze

Evansville is partnering with the Traffic App WAZE that will help you navigate around the city.

Update on plans to move the LST

Evansville is starting to take bids for the project concerning plans to move the LST.

New community center heading to Evansville

A new community center is coming to Evansville.

New Panera Bread to open soon on west side

The new store will be going where Bob Evans previously was.

Victim of deadly stabbing in Dubois Co. laid to rest

The victim, 23-year-old Chloie Lubbehusen, was laid to rest today in Huntingburg, her hometown.

VCSO welcomes 5 new deputies

Sheriff Wedding applauded everyone honored for dedicating their lives to serving the community.

EPD releases names, body cam video in VFW shooting investigation

The shooting happened Sunday night at the VFW Post 1114 on Wabash Avenue.

Mundy wins Jasper’s at-large City Council seat

The seat on the council became open after former council member Vonderheide took over the mayor’s office on Jan. 1.

UE planning to sell Division Street Real Estate

Currently, the property is used by the Lakeview Optimists for their youth football league.

Two arrested after police chase in Francisco

Town Marshal Michael Collins says he tried to pull over a van for a registration violation, but the van sped off.

Active shooter drills scheduled at Castle High School

Area law enforcement officials will be holding two active shooter drills at Castle High School on Wednesday.

One person hurt after shooting at Wabash Ave. VFW

One person is hurt after a shooting at the Wabash Avenue VFW in Evansville.

Suspect and officers identified in Indiana officer-involved shooting

One person is dead after an officer involved shooting in Dearborn County, Indiana, according to state police.

Newburgh Presbyterian Church bids farewell

How do you say goodbye to 179 years of tradition and worship? The Newburgh Presbyterian Church first opened it’s doors in 1840. Pastor Stephen Gutridge knew that today’s service would be an emotional one.

Newburgh Presbyterian Church has final service Sunday

The Newburgh Presbyterian Church its closing its doors.

Mesker Zoo staff adjusts to weather

It meant for a busier Saturday to make sure the animals were comfortable and taken care of.

  Special guests visit patients at Deaconess Gateway

Purdue and NFL legend Bob Griese, along with Rick Ankiel, Jared Eickhoff, Aaron Barrett, and Cardinals mascot Fred Bird visited patients and their families in the pediatric ICU.

Two arrested on meth charges

Police were called to the scene because of a family dispute the caller saying they were being held at gunpoint.

Saturday morning weather update

Temperatures have inched above freezing Saturday morning but for Evansville, Princeton, and Fairfield there is still a storm warning until 12:00 p.m. Saturday. There will still be a winter weather advisory across western Kentucky in Henderson, Owensboro and Madisonville.

Winter storm impacting Tri-State area

The winter storm our 14 First Alert Weather team has been tracking all week is now knocking on our door and road crews all over the Tri-State are prepping for the worst.

HOOPS LIVE: Reitz girls vs Harrison girls

Reitz girls vs Harrison girls highlights.

HOOPS LIVE: Memorial girls vs Mater Dei girls

Memorial girls vs Mater Dei girls highlights.

HOOPS LIVE: North girls vs Bosse girls

North girls vs Bosse girls highlights.

HOOPS LIVE: Castle girls vs Central girls

Castle girls vs Central girls highlights.

Person saved after Gibson Co. water rescue

Dispatch confirmed to 14 News a water rescue was needed late Friday.

University of Evansville partnering with Promise Zone to support small businesses

This program is now in its sixth year. It is rooted in academics but focuses on giving students hands on experience.

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: EPD arrest driver after chase, KY man accused of growing pot

Randy Moore has your Neighborhood Watch

Fmr. Boonville HS teacher makes first court appearance

Matthew Evans, 27, was a teacher at Boonville High School and is accused of sexually assaulting a student while also sending that student pornographic images of himself.

Evansville man sentenced in wife’s death

Charles Herron has been sentenced in the death of his wife, Amber.

Names released in Dubois Co. murder investigation

State police say the stabbing happened Friday morning in the St. Anthony area.

Bank robbery suspect in custody

The robbery happened around 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fifth Third Bank on Washington Avenue.

Indiana issuing food stamps early due to government shutdown

Indiana's SNAP benefits are usually issued to recipients over a 19-day period each month.

Man stole car and then led officers on chase, EPD says

Police arrested a man after they say he led officers on a chase.

Man behind bars after Vanderburgh Co. crash

A man is behind bars after a three-vehicle crash in Vanderburgh County.

Lafayette officer won’t be fired for accidental shooting

The police department's review board determined the shooting was, "not negligence, carelessness, or otherwise reckless behavior. It was accidental."

Packed house for library board meeting on Drag Queen Story Hour

There was a packed house Thursday to discuss the Drag Queen Story hour coming to Evansville.