Christmas Eve was last day for Salvation Army red kettle bell ringers

  Downtown Evansville busy with last-minute shoppers

  Evansville family receives early Christmas gift, new heating and cooling equipment

  Marine surprises family at sister’s basketball game

  Funny: ‘Elf on the shelf’ causing trouble at Mt. Vernon Jr. High

$1,500 gold coin dropped in Evansville red kettle

Continued Coverage

  Aces basketball team gives back to community

  Neighborhood Watch: EPD looking for auto theft suspect, vandals hit Christmas light display in Carmi

  First Free Baptist Church surprises students with special gifts

  Alcoa employees shop to help Salvation Army’s Toy Town

  Group holds funeral for fellow veteran with no family in attendance

  First responders continue to help hospitalized kids during holiday season

  Longtime American Red Cross volunteer from Henderson honored

A Henderson woman is honored for decades of work as an American Red Cross volunteer.

  Owensboro church gears up for annual Christmas production

Owensboro's Bellevue Baptist Church is prepping for it's annual production.

  Evansville non-profit to get $82k after Mattingly Charities event

A charity event knocked it out of the park for an Evansville non-profit.

  Hacienda employee’s act of kindness caught on video

An Evansville woman caught a special moment on camera and the community is responding in a big way.

  Too funny: Watch as FedEx guy shows up to Evansville home at just the right moment

  Evansville’s Pizza Pub serves up different dishes on Thanksgiving

  Owensboro shelter opens doors for free Thanksgiving meals

  Evansville woman helps provide Thanksgiving meals for those in need

  Toy Town donations needed

  Neighborhood Watch: Central City man arrested after trying to flee from deputies, DCSO looking for theft suspect

  Tri-State woman creates a ‘giving coat rack’ to help those in need

Tri-State woman is making sure those in need have a coat this winter.

Community offers thoughts and prayers for beloved West Washington School coach after stroke

Classes were cancelled Monday and Tuesday at West Washington School after devastating news that beloved coach Phillip Bowsman was having complications with a stroke and was not expected to survive.

  Local businesses benefit from annual Christmas Parade on North Main

Several Main Street business owners told us they were very busy Sunday with the parade going on.

  Lewisport, KY couple engaged after flyover proposal

Sometimes it pays to have a friend who is also a pilot. Just ask Ryan Wilson of Lewisport, Kentucky.

  Hawg N Sauce hosts give-back for Grant Johnson

Support continues to pour in for a West Side Nut Club member who was hurt in an accident at this year’s Fall Festival.

Nut Club member injured during Fall Festival able to ‘speak clearly’

Grant Johnson continues to improve and is now able to "clearly speak," according to Facebook page.

  Young Owensboro girl’s wish comes true with trip to Disney World

3-year-old Emma Hayden and her family are heading to Disney World thanks to Make-A-Wish.

  Henderson Co. Jail program helps hospice patients

It's happening inside the Henderson County jail.

  Organizers announce plans for North Main Christmas Parade

Evansville is gearing up for the annual Christmas on North Main Parade on November 24.

  Santa Claus postmark selected for 2019

On Monday, December 2, the post office will begin offering the picture postmark to cancel the postage stamps on holiday mail again this year.

  Princeton mail carrier recognized for saving man, dog

The National Association of Letter Carriers selected Mark Schuh, who works in Princeton, as one of their Heroes of the Year.

  Parlour Salon helps students look great for picture day

The Parlour Salon closed its doors early to donate their time and talent so the middle schoolers can look their best tomorrow.

  Neighborhood Watch: OPD looking for bike theft suspect, DCSO looks for 2 accused of theft of service

OPD looking for a bike theft suspect. Daviess Co. Sheriff's Office looking for two accused of theft of service.

  USI vs Notre Dame F.A. Benefit Game

The Fighting Irish took on the Screaming Eagles for the second annual Cure F.A. Game.

  Reid’s Apple Festival returns to Owensboro

The festival was named a top 10 event by the Kentucky Tourism Council, and a top 20 event by the Southeast Tourism Society which covers 11 states.

  West Side comes together to support Nut Clubber hurt at Fall Festival

At tonight’s game, you can buy “Nuts for Grant” t-shirts to help Grant with medical costs

Neighborhood Watch: Sheriff’s Office searches for man wanted for fraudulent use of credit card

Daviess Co. Sheriff's Office look for man wanted for fraudulent use of credit card. OPD in the midst of another Citizen’s Police Academy.

  Youth baseball player reunites with firefighter who saved his life

A youth baseball player reunites with the firefighter who helped save his life.

  Students, staff show love for gym teacher before starting chemotherapy

Students and staff members at Sorgho Elementary School wanted to make sure they showed their love for the school’s gym teacher before she begins chemotherapy.

  Honor Flight send-off for Western Kentucky veterans

In Owensboro, Western Kentucky veterans are getting a special opportunity to go to the nation's capital in honor of their service.

  Wednesday evening’s live West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Coverage

14 News has live team coverage all week. Here’s our Wednesday coverage from 14 News at 4, 5 and 6.

  West Side Nut Club Fall Festival half pot reaches $200K

It’s just the half way mark of the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, and the half pot is already at six figures.

  First responders honored for rescuing boy trapped in pipe on July 4th

First responders honored for rescuing a little boy who was stuck in an old well pipe on the Fourth of July.

  Tuesday evening’s live West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Coverage

14 News has live team coverage all week. Here’s our Tuesday coverage from 14 News at 4, 5 and 6.

  Monday evening’s live West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Coverage

Here's all of our live coverage from Monday evening's newscasts

  Family Day at the Fall Festival

The much anticipated 98th annual Fall Festival is set to start Monday, but Sunday was Family Day down at the festival.

  18th annual Smile on Down Syndrome’s ‘Smile Mile’

Saturday marked the 18th annual Smile on Down Syndrome’s Smile Mile.

  85 teams battle in 5th annual Play for Kate softball tournament this weekend

Organizers said that 85 teams from all over the Tri-State and surrounding states are participating this weekend.

  Community comes out to celebrate Boonville’s renovated town square

After a year-long project, Boonville’s town square renovation is finally complete.

Arby’s Foundation awards $11K grant to Isaiah 1:17 Project

The money will be awarded Saturday during the The Isaiah 1:17 Project’s Bags of Hope packing event at Lutheran Church of our Redeemer, 1811 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville.

  Hundreds of letters written to show appreciation for veterans

Before this weekend’s Honor Flight, volunteers sorted through hundreds of letters for Operation Mail Call.

  Local officers connect with community during national day

Cops across the country started the morning with coffee and conversation.

  Stepping Stone celebrates 30 years of helping the community

The local organization provides care for patients battling drugs and alcohol.

  Neighborhood Watch: OPD makes vandalism arrest, KSP targets U.S. 41 for aggressive driving

OPD makes arrest in a string of vandalisms. KSP targeting Henderson strip for aggressive drivers. Henderson lands on burn ban list.

  Good neighbor: Tell City man rescues stuck skunk

We all need a little help sometimes. Just ask this skunk who got stuck in the ground in Tell City.

  Technical glitch leads to Holiday World’s $74,000 donation to CASA

The money will be shared among local CASA chapters in Dubois, Perry, and Spencer Counties.

  Neighborhood Watch: Communities establishing fire restrictions due to dry conditions

Fire restrictions in place. Man arrested after resisting arrest. Sheriff's Office needs help identifying a suspect.

  Washington, IN teen wins ‘Kids Baking Championship’ on Food Network

Food Network representatives confirm to 14 News that 13-year-old Trevin Alford, of Washington, won the Kids Baking Championship.

  Neighborhood Watch: Parks being vandalized in Princeton

Officials say parks in Princeton have been vandalized. Woman arrested for battery after a disturbance in Princeton.

Tri-State swimmer wins gold at Para World Championships in London

The Tri-State’s very own Mikaela Jenkins is a world champion.

  Volunteers help out Tri-State organizations for 26th annual United Way Day of Caring

Volunteers helped out several organizations around the Tri-State.

Evansville celebs dishing up ice cream at Baskin Robins

The celebrities will scoop for tips that all are donated to Hangers.

  Henderson to honor firefighters killed in 9/11 at remembrance ceremony

Henderson firefighters will pay tribute to the firefighters who died in the September 11 terror attacks.

  Neighborhood Watch: 2 Princeton men charged with disorderly conduct after fight breaks out in restaurant

Two Princeton men are charged with disorderly conduct after a fight broke out at a local restaurant. The prosecutor's office has been advised of six school bus stop arm violations already, and it’s only September 10.

  Prayer garden opens in Evansville

It’s called Pollinator park and is located at Second Street and Delaware.

  Neighborhood Watch: Gibson Co. teacher facing child seduction charges, KSP trooper captures man from Louisiana

Gibson Co. teacher facing child seduction and theft charges. KSP trooper captures man on the run from Lousiana.

  Neighborhood Watch: Deputies look for man who crashed stolen vehicle into Ohio River; 2 arrested on dealing charges

Deputies look for man who drove stolen vehicle into the Ohio River. Two arrested on drug dealing charges in Evansville.

  Aurora gets additional funding to help more people

Aurora got an additional $20k to help more people get back on their feet.

  Ballfields at Jack C. Fischer Park in Owensboro to get turf

At Jack C. Fischer Park, there will soon be turf on their baseball diamonds instead of dirt, meaning no more rainouts.

  Neighborhood Watch: Providence Branch Library vandalized, OPD looks for man wanted for theft

Providence Library vandalized. OPD looking for a man wanted for stealing from Menards.

  Princeton holds 133rd Labor Day Parade

The annual Labor day parade is set to take off at 9:00 a.m. Monday.

  Evansville high school athletes, band members helping people in need

Saturday in Evansville, dozens of student athletes came out to help World Harvest Ministries with their free food drive.

  McGary Middle School students get Disney surprise

Sixteen students at McGary Middle School found out they’re headed to Disney in November.

  Mortons Gap gets $800K for water system improvements

It’s part of $5 million worth of community block grant money going to communities across the state.

  Resurrection School gets $200K security grant

School officials say this grant will enable every classroom door to have door access controls on them just like all of the exterior doors.

  Corvette caravan leaves Ellis Park for Bowling Green

This year marks the 25th anniversary for the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and to celebrate the occasion, there are caravans from all over the country heading to Bowling Green.

Evansville, Newburgh get grants for historic preservation

Officials say the town of Newburgh will receive a $34,025 grant to rehabilitate Preservation Hall, formerly known as Old Newburgh Presbyterian Church, which was built in 1851.

  Tri-State man’s WWII dog tags found in Italy

A dog tag lost for 75 years was returned to the rightful family.