Special Coverage

Special Report: Richard Mourdock

Even after retirement, Richard Mourdock still stays busy.

  Trail Of Hope - The Struggle For Equality

Trail Of Hope - The Journey To Equality

Special Report: Don’t let your car become a target

Special Report: Winter Outlook

Neighborhood Watch Special Report: Security expert assesses

Special Report: Workers Wanted

Continued Coverage

Watching Your Wallet: Company offering to help lower student debt under investigation

Mice. Mold. Messes.

Special Report: Shrinking Police Pool

SPECIAL REPORT: The voice on the other end of the radio

14 News teams up with Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff, Prosecutor, EPD for prescription disposal

Special Report: Crystal Comeback

  Special Report: What will it take to stop the opioid epidemic?

What will it take to stop the opioid epidemic? It is a question many of us across the Tri-State are thinking, and we are searching for answers.

Special Report: Tri-State's Most Wanted

You hear about the most wanted criminals, but what about the stuff criminals want most? We found it's anything that can be stolen quickly and easily, then converted to cash.

Special Report: 100 questions to graduation

We asked dozens of people on the street some of the questions from the civics test, many adults got tripped up.

Special Report: Costly Clutter

Do you seem to have a lot of stuff you don't use or need piling up in your house? You're not alone.

Special Report: Medicaid mess

14 News Special Report: Spying Phone

Stefanie Silvey Investigates...Owensboro Mystery

Feedback Forum #2

"Hurry Home" Messages from Iraq

Amish, Mennonite Communities Hit Hard by Storms

Tuesday Road Closings

3:30am CST EVANSVILLE =========== MANY FLOODED ROADS. SOME OF THEM INCLUDE: DIAMOND AT KENTUCKY VIRGINIA VIADUCT WEST OF 41 RAY BECKER AND CLAREMONT CHESTNUT AT RIVERSIDE AND CHESTNUT AT FIRST 1600

Tuesday Emergency Information

There is no information specific to the Tuesday weather event at this time.

Kentucky Tornado an F-4

Storm Team chief meteorologist Jeff Lyons says the maximum wind speed was 210 mph. He says the tornado cut a path 15 miles long, and a third of a mile wide.

Indiana Homeland Security Update on Tornadoes

Here is the Wednesday afternoon update from IDHS on damage from Tuesday's storms.

National Donation, Other Katrina Links

Here is a complete list as of Sept. 6, 2005 for Katrina relief donations, survivor boards etc.

14wfie.com Offering Live Festival Coverage


It doesn't matter if you're stuck at your desk. We'll bring the 2005 Evansville Freedom Festival to you -
 SEE and HEAR the thrill of Thunder on 14wfie.com!

Festival Info on Restricted Items and Law Enforcement Activities

Be sure to check out this section and find out what to leave at home in order to avoid problems at the Freedom Festival.

Commentary: Hollywood Meets...the Air Show

Before the show starts Friday, here's a little tongue in cheek humor in honor of the performers and volunteers for the 2005 Freedom Festival.