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  Crews called to fire at Warrick Co. church

Dispatchers confirm there was a working fire at Folsomville United Methodist Church in Warrick County.

  Cops take Gibson County children Christmas shopping

Crews respond to barn fire in Vanderburgh Co.

Community, friends rally behind those who knew fallen Charlestown officer Ben Bertram

Sheriff: Person with handgun at Eastland Mall taken into custody

Family keeping home with Dream Center funds

Vanderburgh Co. awarded $6.2M for rail crossing improvements

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  Garvin Lofts open, residents moving in soon

Lt. Gov. tours Carpenter Court

VHS offering half-off all adoptions through Saturday

INDOT and KYTC choose “central alternative” as Ohio River crossing route

Dennis Intermediate School officials discuss moving forward.

Alcoa workers buy toys for Salvation Army Toy Town

  Evansville man arrested for child molesting

Virgil Davis, 58, was booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail Thursday evening.

Dreaming big at Southside Stars Youth Zone

We’ve learned the program is set to expand in 2019.

  Fate of Celestine Elementary discussed at public meeting

The second of three scheduled public meetings were held at the high school to discuss plans on consolidating schools due to declining enrollment.

EPD investigating liquor store robbery

It happened at Liquor Locker on Fulton Avenue and Florida Street.

  Neighborhood Watch: Gunshots in Owensboro; Water theft investigation

Homelessness luncheon held downtown

New Muppet introduced on Sesame Street

UE honors plane crash victims 41 years later

3 vehicles involved in Lloyd Exp. accident

Addiction prevention program for youth

  Volunteers bring holiday joy to hundreds of seniors

Watch this preview to see how these volunteers are helping bring some happiness to some seniors in Evansville.

Gunshot victim shows up at Evansville E.R.

Officers say a 22-year-old man showed up by himself to an emergency room in Evansville Wednesday night.

Indiana police officer killed in crash while chasing suspect

The crash was reported around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, near the intersection of State Road 3 and State Road 56 in Scott County.

44 students graduate at UE 2018 Winter Commencement

The 2018 Winter Commencement will mark a special day for graduating UE students and their families on Thursday.

Seitz resigns as Jasper mayor, accepts position on Senator-elect Braun’s staff

Jasper’s mayor, Terry Seitz, has announced his resignation.

Teenage suspect dead after middle school shooting in Richmond, IN

Authorities say a teenage suspect has been killed at an eastern Indiana middle school.

  Homeowners concerned with St. Benedict Cathedral’s new LED signage

St. Benedict Cathedral is doing site preparation for a large renovation project, and it entails moving the marquis to a new location.

Evansville kids surprised with bikes and helmets

The kids were with brand new bikes and helmets as part of the 17th anniversary of Academy Sports' bike program.

Tell City leaders pledge $200K to upgrade part of Washington St.

Last week, city council voted to approve a letter with the Indiana Department of Transportation that would add Tell City to a list of projects that could be funded in 2024.

Newburgh women recall Strasbourg days before shooting happens

The market attracts millions of people this time of year. Pam Leneé and her daughter, Emily Holweger, were two of them.

Del Monte canned corn recalled

Del Monte Inc. announced a recall of nearly 65,000 cases of fiesta corn seasoned with red and green peppers due to under-processing.

Tell City residents feel more informed after meeting with GE, IDEM

The chemical is in the form of a gaseous plume underground, and it's the source is the old factory.

Neighborhood Watch: EPD seeking help, information after thefts

EPd seeking help after a number of robberies.

Suspicious backpack found near Warrick Co. Judicial Center

A bomb threat in downtown Boonville has been cleared.

More than 1,000 pairs of socks donated by Sky Footwear

People at the Evansville Rescue Mission don’t have to worry about cold feet during the winter months.

New Chandler town hall complete

The building was purchased three years ago and has recently been renovated.

University of Evansville and Ivy Tech announce partnership

Ivy Tech students, under the new program, will be able to earn their two-year degree, and then continue on earning their four-year degree at UE.

Diocese of Evansville: list of accused priests to be released in early 2019

In the early months of 2019, the Diocese of Evansville says the plan to release the names of priests who have been accused of sexual abuse against minors.

‘TODAY’ features Santa Claus, IN

The TODAY show gave Santa Claus, Indiana the spotlight Wednesday morning.

Water rates to rise by nearly 16% in Dubois Co.

One Dubois County community could be seeing a 25% hike in their water rates come 2019. Patoka Regional Water and Sewage announced that they will be raising rates across the board by 15.7% next March. This is the first rate increase customers will experience in the last decade.

Evansville chase reaches speeds near 100 mph

One person was arrested following a high-speed chase in Evansville Wednesday morning.

Caught on camera: thieves hit Tri-State homes; one man arrested

Porch pirate thieves are hitting doorsteps around our viewing area.

  Parlor Doughnuts coming soon to Downtown Evansville

A new doughnut and coffee shop will soon be opening in downtown Evansville.

Downtown businesses reporting higher sales

Business is booming in downtown Evansville, but we have learned it’s not all due to the good deals.

More people getting sick this time of year

As the holiday season gets into high gear, so does your chances of getting sick.

EVSC starts new fund to help kids in need

Student Response Fund to help kids and families in need.

Neighborhood Watch: Porch pirates; car thieves caught

We have our first caught-on-camera porch pirate of the Christmas season.

Weinbach Ave. reconstruction project underway

There’s a new way for you to keep track of the progress online.

Ivy Tech students using skills to help veterans

Ivy Tech students are putting their skills to use for a good cause.

Holiday decorations helping local businesses

Holiday decorations seem to be helping bring more people through downtown Evansville, which is helping local businesses.

Parents accused of neglecting 5 children

Police say one of the children called 911 to say their parents are drunk and mom was “gushing blood.”

Man arrested after attempted online solicitation of teenager

While being interviewed by detectives, Mueller stated that he has offered sex to multiple people through internet communications.

Local real estate agent announces candidacy for Evansville City Council

26-year-old Republican Tim O’Brien has announced his candidacy for Evansville City Council, representing Ward 1.

More jobs expected once TaylorMade finishes its new project

We’ve learned even more jobs are expected to come next year once golf giant TaylorMade finishes its new project.

Boys and Girls Club hosts special food drive

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.

New federal rules on school lunches

The USDA is changing rules on things such as whole wheat, requiring that half of the weekly grains in the school lunch and breakfast menu be whole grain-rich.

Helfrich Park headed to Indianapolis to compete in ‘we the people’ competition

8th graders from Helfrich Park are on their way to Indianapolis to compete in the state’s “we the people” competition.

Neighborhood Watch: Car thieves caught on camera

An Evansville man is hoping a surveillance video helps catch the guys who stole his car.

  Memorial’s Lindauer commits to UC

The Memorial Tigers talented quarterback has called an audible of his college decision.

Ivy Tech hoping to relieve student stress with ‘Paws and Relax’

In addition to the dogs, there will also be cats and a mini horse throughout the week.

Flights canceled due to winter storm in Southeast

Some flights have been canceled due to the winter storm in the Southeast, mainly North Carolina.

Shoppers still supporting local business

Small business Saturday was a success for many businesses in the tri-state and they are still seeing the financial benefits as the holiday shopping continues.

EPD release video to help remind you to be safe this holiday season

You can see EPD officers pull over The Grinch, who is clearly not happy about he was caught speeding.

Visually impaired kids enjoy holiday tradition of baking cookies, making crafts

The Association for the Blind said days like this are so important for children to be able to around others who are going through similar situations.

Over 600 USI students graduate Saturday

A morning and an afternoon commencement ceremony were held inside the Physical Activities Center.

No one hurt in Evansville mobile home fire

We're told Kratzville Road is being shut down between Allens Lane and Diamond Avenue while crews work the scene.

Evansville man paints memories of surviving Pearl Harbor

Cedric Hustace was 7-years-old on the day Pearl Harbor was attacked.

Bids considered for Thyen-Clark Cultural Center

Jasper is even closer to building the Thyen-Clark Cultural Center. On Wednesday afternoon, the Jasper Library Board and Jasper Community Arts Commission heard bids from six different construction companies, and are now in the selection process.

Promenade coming to life on Evansville’s east side

It's being built right off Burkhardt Road.

Neighborhood Watch: Lock your cars this holiday season

Everyone has their favorite places to shop for Christmas gifts.But for some, the very best deals are found in your unlocked car.

Toy Town Drive held at west side WalMart

It was a slow start to the drive Friday morning, but as the day went on, the boxes filled up.

Evansville school bus involved in crash

It happened around 3 p.m. Friday at Burdette and Pollack Avenues.

Evansville man arrested on cocaine dealing and gun charges after police chase

Officers say they spotted Iren Outlaw driving in the area of Sunburst Apartments and knew he had a felony warrant for dealing cocaine.

Crews called to house fire in Haubstadt

Gibson County Dispatchers confirm it’s at 4th and Elm.

Evansville man sentenced to 38 years for drug convictions, pleads guilty to reckless homicide

David Dimmett has been sentenced to 38 years in prison following his conviction on seven drug-related charges in October.

METS transfer station staying at Lawndale

It’s been there since the late ’70s.

Blackford family collecting trains for donation

If you knew Nathan Blackford, you would have known he liked trains. Nathan was a producer at WFIE 14 News before he suddenly passed away two years ago.

Brighter future for Haynie’s Corner

The Board of Public Works recently approved funds for added lighting in the Haynie's Corner neighborhood.