A 14 news update On the construction of the New McCutchanville Elementary. When the School is done it, it will be the 40th school in the EVSC. Building a new school, means being able to put new features in the school.
In Posey County a new committee is on a mission to improve quality of life for hundreds of residents there. The regional district sewer committee formed in January officially, but they have been working to solve sewer problems in the county for years.
Traffic westbound on Riverside drive today was shut down and if you travel the road, you probably ran into a detour sign at some point. Westbound traffic is being forced to take a detour onto cherry street and it is closed until Walnut.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has confirmed several wild game birds tested positive for a deadly disease. The good news - it usually only affects water fowl. That disease is known as Avian Cholera and it affects waterfowl like geese and duck.
We are learning Gibson County is getting a new Subdivision and Construction will be starting Soon. It's going to be built just southwest of Princeton - off county road 500 south and Jill drive. We went to find out how it could impact the community.
A Tennessee wildfire burned thousands of acres last November, destroying entire neighborhoods. 14 people died in the blaze. That same fire destroyed dozens of Rental Cabins belonging to an Owensboro Company. That fire burned for weeks and it turned out to be one of the worst wildfires in the last 100 years for Tennessee.
Caught in the storm. A Western Kentucky woman has quite a story to tell today. The National Weather Service confirms that an EF-1 tornado touched down with winds as strong as 100 miles per hour. All while Heather Lindsay was trying to make it inside.
Several Meteorologist from the National Weather Service in Paducah as well as local media and emergency managers from the Tri-State met to talk about winter weather and what we could see for the upcoming winter. Plus, changes that you'll need to know.
Several Community Organizations started raising money to start a trolley connecting the different cultural districts of Evansville in Early October and today they hit their goal, and organizers say this is going to help Evansville keeping growing. Meet TED, or the Trolley of Evansville Districts. Three groups got together to get the project off the ground.