Pandemic expected to significantly impact next year’s city budget

The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to significantly affect next year’s city budget. Evansville leaders have been calculating those revenue reduction projections and plan to present findings to the city council starting early next week.

Funeral home delivered wrong body in casket to memorial, Houston family says

The family says the funeral home refunded their money after the incident, but they plan on filing a lawsuit.
  • Coronavirus

Worldwide virus cases top 20 million, doubling in six weeks

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide topped 20 million, more than half of them from the United States, India and Brazil.


  Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce working to create off-campus learning centers

Law enforcement express concerns over current issues

  ISP reminds drivers to slow down for school zones

  Mater Dei students test negative after first thought to be positive

  Free food distribution event held near Warrick Co. Fairgrounds

The Farmers to Families Food Box Program’s event started on Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of the fairgrounds in Boonville. Food is first come, first served and quantities are limited.
  • National

How Biden chose Harris: Inside his search for a running mate

Forces in the country, and within the Democratic Party, were indeed pushing Biden toward a history-making pick.

Smaller crowd, tighter rules await spectators at Kentucky Derby 146

  Warrick Co. schools begin a new year with safety guidelines in place

  Police looking for suspect accused of stealing excavator from Evansville business

IL reports 1,645 new positive cases

  Evansville police investigating shooting after gunshot victim showed up at hospital

  Jasper police K9 awarded Healthcare for K9 Heroes Grant

Oakland City University launching new location in Rockport

  Madisonville announces police chief’s retirement, replacement

  • Coronavirus

  US enters deal for 100 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna

The vaccine is still in clinical trials and has not been approved by the FDA but is already being manufactured, so if it is approved, it can be rolled out quickly.


Smaller crowd, tighter rules await spectators at Kentucky Derby 146

  Panthers prep for Warriors in Week 1 opener

  KWC officials sound off on fall sports postponement

  Men’s basketball releases non-conference information

  GMAC Conference Delays Fall Competition until September 24

GMAC Conference Delays Fall Competition until September 24


Evansville Half Marathon & Race Day 8K move to virtual format

  New Jasper Elementary welcoming students with plans in place to keep everyone safe

Thousands of Tri-State students return to class Wednesday

  5 staff members test positive at Redbanks nursing facility in Henderson

  New rules for KY bars, restaurants go in effect Tues. night

Organizations like the Henderson Chamber of Commerce say they’re working on ways to help these businesses stay afloat during this time.

  Sharon Elememtary hosts back-to-school parade

  Some organizations working to put together child care programs for Henderson Co. students

  IN senators treat local first responders

Traffic Alert: NB I-69 closed due to ambulance on fire

  Name of man who died in Owensboro boating incident released