4 IN cities sue major streaming services for unpaid franchise fees

Four Indiana cities are suing video streaming services, including Netflix and Hulu, seeking to require them to pay the same franchise fees to local governments that cable companies must pay.

Tropical Storm Josephine closer to land, Kyle moving away

Josephine continued to just barely hold on to its tropical storm status Friday as Tropical Storm Kyle formed in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New England, packing winds near gale force but with no major population centers in its projected path.
  • Coronavirus

Rural families without internet face tough choice on school

On average, the United States is still seeing about 1,000 deaths a day from the virus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The country has had more than 5 million confirmed cases and more than 167,000 deaths over the course of the pandemic.


Evansville man in jail after being accused of molesting a child

  Authorities: Wanted man turns himself in after fleeing KY

  KY officials release details on voting procedures for general election

  ‘Moonlight Madness’ event promoting local businesses held in downtown Evansville on Fri.

  Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff’s Office supplying deputies with new e-bikes

Authorities will be using these bikes to patrol walking paths and the trails around the University of Southern Indiana.
  • National

USPS announces temporary price increase

The price increase is due to the high demand for online items.

  Law enforcement preparing for added traffic with EVSC starting next week

  MVC postpones fall sports schedules and championships due to COVID-19 concerns

  City of Evansville hosting ‘Re-Open House’ for citizens struggling to pay rent, utilities

  Warrick Co. Schools confirm 29 students will be quarantined following positive COVID-19 cases

  ISDH launches long-term care facility dashboard

  Grace Christian Academy to open as Owensboro’s newest school

  Low-income housing officially open in Huntingburg

  Fire officials: Crews respond to early morning fire caused by lightning

  • National

Portland police declare unlawful assembly amid protests

Portland police declared an unlawful assembly Friday night and ordered protesters to leave, saying people were throwing things at officers.


  Local Indiana football teams kick off scrimmages in 2020

  MVC postpones fall sports schedules and championships due to COVID-19 concerns

  Bosse enters 2020 season with new identity

  Huntingburg officially new home for Liberation Professional Baseball League

  Birx says college football players can get back on the field if they’re ‘ultra careful’

White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx believes there is a “way forward” when it comes to college football this fall.


  Community leaders meet with KY congressman to discuss COVID-19 response in Daviess Co.

  Former teacher arrested on child sex crime charges

Man arrested in multi-million dollar Tri-State theft ring arrested again in TN

Evansville man found guilty of sexual misconduct with a minor

Two more Evansville Diocese students test positive for COVID-19

Officials with the Diocese of Evansville Catholic Education Office say two more students have tested positive for coronavirus.

One new death in Dubois Co., Indiana COVID-19 cases up 1,067

  Franklin St. Dairy Queen to close Friday

  KSP looking for ‘Five-Finger Vape Villain'

Evansville police investigating 2 armed robberies

Mt. Carmel Public Library temporarily closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19