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  SUV and semi end up off the road after a crash

A SUV and a semi ended up off the road after a crash.

Update: Police chase ends after pursuit through Evansville east side

Vectren crews replacing street light poles on Lloyd starting Thursday

Deaconess Center of Healing Arts has new location

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

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

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

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

ACLU part of lawsuit against Gibson Co. Jail

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

Hilltop Inn is back open for business

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

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

  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.

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.

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

Resilient Evansville hosts event to discuss children, teenagers mental health

Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff’s Office receives new AEDs

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

EVPL: Drag Queen Story Hour attendees must have kid there

Good boy: Dog caught on video chasing away would-be thief

  Oakland City church sign seems to oppose Drag Queen Story Hour

One city church sign is creating a lot of conversation.

Biggest, brightest supermoon of 2019 dazzles Tri-State

It’s the second in this year’s trio of back-to-back supermoons.

Indiana will distribute March food stamps in 2 payments

Indiana usually issues food stamp benefits over a 19-day period each month.

Crews respond to crash at Green River and Lynch

Our crew on the scene said one vehicle went into a ditch.

Internal Title IX investigation underway at USI in connection to sexual assaults

The accused perpetrator is known to those who turned in it in.

Neighbors react to shooting at Sidetrack Tavern

A nearby officer heard the gunfire around 3 a.m. Sunday. When he arrived at Sidetrack Tavern The officer saw Perteet get into a car in front of the tavern and take off.

  Resilient Evansville hosting Pediatrician Dr. Ginsburg on Tuesday

Dr. Ginsburg will talk about various topics on mental health. The goal of the program is to reduce the stigma and addressing those mental health needs.

Hwy-161 reopens after brief closure

After less than 30-minutes, the road was reopened.

Neighborhood Watch: Person banned from USI; Police warn of ongoing scams

One person remains banned from the USI campus after a string of alleged sexual assaults.

Poseyville to re-sample water in several months

The nitrate comes from water runoff of nearby fertilized farm fields.

Evansville police looking for driver involved in two crashes

Officers tell us it all started when a woman crashed into another car downtown Evansville and then took off. Police say she then ran into the barriers on the closed Highway 41 entry ramp on Veterans Memorial Parkway.

SUV driven into side of Vann Ave. home

The driver of the vehicle did refuse medical treatment from AMR after the wreck.

Deputies: Wrong way driver arrested after two crashes on I-69

John Robert Dewig, 67, was taken to jail. He’s charged with resisting law enforcement, criminal recklessness, and reckless driving.

Hazleton under boil advisory, customers asked to conserve

Fire officials say there is a power outage at the wells, and it will last all week.

ISP: Infant in unsecured car seat, mother arrested for DUI

Troopers say they pulled over a car around 8:30 a.m. Monday at Riverside and U.S. 41.

Visitation restrictions put in place at Tri-State hospitals due to increase in flu cases

Visitation restrictions have been put in place at several Tri-State hospitals due to the increase in flu cases in the region and nationwide.

Silver Alert issued for missing Indiana man

A statewide Silver Alert has been issued for a missing man.

Flames shoot through roof of Boonville home

The fire happened Monday morning at a home in the 400 block of E. Poplar St.

Evansville police have busy Monday morning

A man was arrested after police say he robbed a convenience store and police are still searching for a woman involved in a hit-and-run.

St. Benedict’s Brew Works expanding to Rockport

The city of Rockport recently finished over a half-million dollars worth of renovations to an old building on Main Street. It caught the attention of St. Benedict’s Brew Works owner Vince Luecke.

Zoup! permanently closes First Ave. location

That’s according to a sign on the front door.

EPD releases name of 5 victims from Sidetrack shooting

Around 3:15 a.m., officers were dispatched to Sidetrack Tavern in the 600 block of E. Illinois Street after six or seven shots were fired near the front entrance.

  Highway 66 reopened after barn fire

Posey County dispatch confirms that State Road 66 is closed in Wadesville due to a structure fire.

EVSC gives out free prom dresses

In just two hours they had already had over 60 girls show up to get dresses.

‘Bare’ book tour begins in Newburgh

Author and life coach Susan Hyatt kicked off her book tour in Newburgh.

Princeton HS senior auditions for NBC’s The Voice

Ryan Stone auditioned for NBC’s The Voice on Saturday in Nashville.

Mock trial teams compete for national spot

Four teams competed for a chance to compete on the national level.

Tri-State woman will get to meet Luke Combs

A local woman will get to meet Luke Combs during his concert on Saturday night.

Accused sexual predator banned from USI

USI notified students it had become aware of multiple alleged sexual assaults in USI housing and that one person has been identified and removed.

Hoops Live: Southridge vs South Spencer

Southridge vs South Spencer highlights.

Hoops Live: Bosse vs Mater Dei

Bosse vs Mater Dei highlights.

Hoops Live: Castle vs North

Castle vs North highlights.

Hoops Live: Gibson Southern vs Wood Memorial

Gibson Southern vs Wood Memorial highlights.

Hoops Live: Vincennes Lincoln vs Memorial

Vincennes Lincoln vs Memorial highlights.

Hoops Live: Tell City vs Heritage Hills

Tell City vs Heritage Hills highlights.

Hoops Live: Boonville vs North Posey

Boonville vs North Posey highlights.

Dispatch: WB Lloyd shut down after crash

This is because of a crash between Garvin Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Poseyville officials say drinking water is not safe for some infants

The town of Poseyville has discovered the nitrate levels in its water exceeds the standards for safety.

  Neighborhood Watch: Escaped inmate, suspicious fire

This is your Neighborhood Watch.

Final round of students picked for Disney World trip

The final round of 16 students were selected on Friday.

Gibson Co. Election Board votes to allow Nick Burns to run for Princeton City Council

The local businessman was initially was denied that spot on the ballot due to a clerical error during the last election.

Man accuses former Evansville priest of sex abuse, testifies in front of IN Senate Committee

Christopher Compton, 42, testified Wednesday, along with several others, in front of an Indiana Senate Judiciary Committee in support of Senate Bill 219.

Earl Martin sentenced 135 years in 2017 murder

Martin was convicted earlier this month in Marion County. The trial was held there because of pre-trial publicity.

EPD: Mom had drugs ‘ready to smoke’ in car with 4-year-old child

Police say they saw 24-year-old Jessica Martin pull up to a house on Taylor that they were watching for suspected drug sales.

Dog missing after Evansville house fire

It broke out just before 8:00 a.m. in the 5100 block of Pollack Avenue.

Car flipped during Princeton crash

It happened at the intersection of S.R. 64 and Richland Creek Drive.

YMCA kicks off Pancake Days

Friday marked the kick off for the 31st annual Pancake Days fundraiser at the downtown YMCA. Community members gathered together to for fellowship, fun, and flapjacks all while supporting the outreach mission of the YMCA.

Pastor and day care director resign from Fireside Chapel

A current board member at Fireside Chapel confirms to 14 News that Gary and Kimber Auten have resigned.

Boil order issued for Spurgeon after ‘major break’ in water line

A boil order has been issued for a Pike County community.

Tri-State crews preparing for snow

You can expect to see snowplows out Friday morning.

Port of Mt. Vernon sees record year in 2018

The Ports of Indiana had a record year in 2018 and they're on track to do the same in 2019.

Peace of Mind: More Youth First social workers in schools

Youth First Social Workers are meeting kids where they are most, at school.

Albion more than halfway to $1.5M campaign goal

The money will go toward adding 12 additional beds at the shelter, and enhancing security.

New Ronald McDonald House in the works

Organizers say it will triple the number of Tri-State families it can serve.

Tri-State flower shops prepare for Valentine’s Day rush

Local flower shops are feeling the crunch of Valentine's Day, many preparing for a day full of taking orders, creating arrangements, and delivering bouquets.

TVA board votes to close Muhlenberg Co. coal plant

The board voted 7 to 1 to close the plant.

EPD looking for suspect in overnight stabbing

The stabbing happened around 11:45 Wednesday night on East Franklin Street.

UE record Men’s Basketball attendance benefits taxpayers

Whether you cheer for the Purple Aces squad or not, you’re probably liking what its big attendance numbers are doing.