Indiana church to pay off $1.5 million of medical debt for local families

  Mayor Winnecke announces food drive to help those in need

  ISP hold memorial service for fallen officers

  Neighborhood Watch: Reitz Hill Neighborhood Association looks to keep crime down

  Neighborhood Watch: Henderson woman accused of financial abuse, 2 arrested after meth found during traffic stop

  Annual ‘Catchin’ With Capin’ event now a staple field trip for students

Continued Coverage

  Neighborhood Watch: Hopkins Co. Sheriff looking for pair of shoplifters, OPD looks for suspect in burglary

  Henderson groom has great reaction to seeing his bride

  Wayne Co. Select wins AAU tourney game with 3 point buzzer beater

  Daviess Co. HS student earns perfect ACT score

  Neighborhood Watch: Large meth bust in Gibson Co., Union Co. adds Crime Watch anonymous tip line

  Neighborhood Watch: MPD looking for driver who didn’t pay for gas, new information on deadly Daviess Co. wreck

  Neighborhood Watch: Habitat for Humanity hit again, EPD investigating burglaries at Sunset Terrace Homes

Habitat for Humanity hit again, EPD investigating burglaries at Sunset Terrace Homes.

  Mater Dei Supermileage team qualifies for Drivers’ World Championship in London

The team also broke the United States UrbanConcept record in the Battery Electric category with a 68.2 miles per kilowatt-hour run.

  Neighborhood Watch: 3 kids set fire at a playground, EPD looks for shoplifter

Man takes dog for a walk, comes home to find his house ransacked. 3 kids intentionally set fire at a playground. EPD looking for shoplifter.

War on Hunger Campaign underway

14 News is live at the west side Schnuck’s through our 5:00 p.m. newscast.

Newburgh church building now up for auction

Young students stop playing to cover their hearts for the National Anthem

  Neighborhood Watch: Amber Alert issued for missing teen, OPD investigating theft at IGA

  Neighborhood Watch: Police looking to determine what led to son shooting his father, DCSO looking for stolen Polaris Ranger

  Race for the Cure changing to a ‘More Than Pink Walk’

Princeton Walmart honors long time associate who passed away

WWII vet missing for more than 74 years brought back home for burial

The remains of Private First Class Clifford M. Mills are on the way to Tell City, Indiana.

  Elite Eight teams step off court to give back to community

In between practices, all of the Elite Eight teams stepped off the court to spend time around Evansville.

  Evansville girl makes history crossing from Cub Scouts to BSA

A girl has made history in the Tri-State.

  Homeless Connect serve hundreds

The Old National Events Plaza was packed Thursday for the annual Homeless Connect South West Indiana.

  Spottsville Elem. students help raise $5k during annual ‘Read-a-thon’

This year the money raised went toward funding end of the year field trips and a new playground for the school.

  Special Report: Boxing Boost

A new boxing gym off N. First Avenue is giving kids a chance to learn how to fight in the ring and in life.

  Record crowd packs convention center for annual Athena Awards

This year’s Athena Awards were extra special because Girls Inc. is celebrating 50 years in Owensboro.

Monday marks 94 years since massive tornado that damaged Princeton

It’s reported 45 people were killed, and nearly three times that many were hurt.

  Pauly Shore takes cover inside Evansville Starbucks during tornado warning

Shore is performing a show Thursday night at the EconoLodge on Highway 41.

  EVSC honors inductees at Hall of Fame gala

Some very familiar names are going into the hall including Former Vanderburgh Co. Sheriff and U.S. Congressman Brad Ellsworth and University of Evansville basketball coach Walter McCarty.

  Sincere Determination: Daviess Co. 3-year-old inspires community

Jeremiah and Antoine Smith-Rouse say their daughter, Sinny, is unstoppable.

  Neighborhood Watch: EPD trying to find woman accused of theft; 3 people face drug and neglect charges in Evansville

EPD looking for a woman they believe stole a phone from Eastland Mall. 3 people facing drug and neglect charges in Evansville. EPD working a hit and run involving a school bus.

  EPD Chief Bolin caps off ‘Read Across America’ at Caze Elem.

Evansville Police Chief Billy Bolin held a new title of celebrity reader on Friday.

  150-year-old business closing in Madisonville

Ruby Concrete is ending operations in Madisonville.

  Funeral service held for Evansville Firefighter Robert Doerr

Doerr was shot and killed outside his Oakley Street home on Tuesday night.

  New ramen restaurant among several new businesses to open in Downtown Evansville

Some new housing units are coming to downtown Evansville in the same building as a new restaurant.

  Prominent city figures take part in ‘Literacy Week’ for kids

Our own Beth Sweeney read to some little kids as part of the “Literacy Week.”

  Neighborhood Watch: 1 man in jail after situation on USI campus, EPD raising funds for new bomb dog

One man is in jail after authorities say he choked and punched a USI student at an on-campus apartment. The Evansville Police Department is raising funds to replace their bomb dog. Law enforcement in Gibson County is going to be working overtime to crack down on aggressive drivers.

  Daviess and Henderson Co. dance teams win at national competition in Florida

Two Tri-State dance teams are bringing home national titles.

  Neighborhood Watch: OPD looking for man involved in theft

OPD looking for man involved in theft. Evansville woman involved in hit and run was more than four times the legal limit.

  Perry Co. man killed in WWII returning to Tri-State

On September 18, 1944, Private First Class Clifford M. Mills was reported missing in action in Germany.

School hosts walk-a-thon to honor staff member

Friday’s walk-a-thon raised almost $3,000 for Debes and organizers are hoping to make it an annual event.

  Resurrection School teacher honored with Teacher of the Year award

Special recognition for a Resurrection School teacher on Thursday.

  Neighborhood Watch: Henderson man facing rape charges, Jasper Police needs help locating 2 men wanted in string of Walmart thefts

In Henderson, police say a man accused of raping a 13-year-old girl nearly seven months ago is finally under arrest. Jasper Police say they’ve made two arrest but hope to make two more in a series of thefts at the Jasper Walmart.

  Good boy: Dog caught on video chasing away would-be thief

A dog named Hunter deserves a belly rub or two after thwarting a crime in his neighborhood.

Downtown Evansville Farmers Market won’t be open for 2019 season

In a Facebook post, they say in following years, they hope to be able to serve customers in a new downtown location.

  Family hopes for country star’s shout out in honor of late son-in-law

Lorraine Margerison posted her request on country singer Luke Combs’ Facebook page Wednesday.

  Gerst Haus hosted 20th anniversary celebration Tuesday

Gerst Haus, a west side stable, celebrated 20 years on Franklin Street Tuesday.

Applications being accepted for west side Chick-fil-A owner

The company says there is an initial fee of $10,000. The person must be free of any other active business ventures and operate the restaurant on a full-time, hands-on basis.

  Neighborhood Watch: EPD investigating hold up at apartment, tombstone found in ditch in Daviess Co.

EPD investigating a hold up in an apartment. An unusual purse snatching in Evansville. A tombstone was found in a ditch in Daviess Co.

  Community role models hope to make good, lasting impression on young minds

For the entire month of February, Hager Preschool is celebrating “I love to Read Month," by bringing in male role models within the community to read to students.

Neighborhood Watch: EPD gains 8 new officers, mom helps son’s drug dealer get arrested

Mom helps get son's drug dealer arrested. Daviess Co. needs your help identifying a man. EPD gains eight new officers.

  Newburgh couple makes it on ‘Today’

Aron and Lauren Kaiser had their few seconds of fame, saying hi to family back home.

  Dental clinic helping people without insurance

Echo Health is offering cleanings, screenings, fillings, dentures, and partials to uninsured adults.

  Evansville’s Seton Harvest helping those affected by government shutdown

Thursday, they loaded up fresh lettuce, tomatoes and a lot of other produce to be given away at the Great Harvest Bread Company.

  Henderson donates land to Habitat for Humanity

One of the most attractive features of the two lots is that they sit along Letcher street, directly across from the splash park.

  Neighborhood Watch: Scrap metal theft, shots fired, and trash pick up

Surveillance footage shows two men taking scrap metal from a business in the 4900 block of Oak Grove Rd.

  Man posts ad in local paper to find a new kidney

Bill Pfister’s ad was printed in the Dubois County Herald Jan. 17.

  Neighborhood Watch: Man arrested after small time jewelry heist, teens accused in armed robbery

There was a small time jewelry heist in Henderson County. Teens are in custody, accused in a weekend robbery. A 14-year-old is charged with intimidation.

  Neighborhood Watch: Daviess Co. Sheriff Department need help identifying man, 2 people in jail accused of insurance fraud

Daviess Co. Sheriff's officer need your help identifying a man who could be in connection with a fraud compliant. In Henderson, two people are in jail accused of insurance fraud.

  Evansville startup appliance grows vegetables on your kitchen counter

A new company in Evansville has a new creation. It’s like a Keurig, but for veggies.

  Evansville partners with the traffic app, Waze

Evansville is partnering with the Traffic App WAZE that will help you navigate around the city.

  Update on plans to move the LST

Evansville is starting to take bids for the project concerning plans to move the LST.

Newburgh Presbyterian Church has final service Sunday

The Newburgh Presbyterian Church its closing its doors.

New diversity group forming in Evansville

The group says they are forming after the recent controversy with Tri-State Alliance and wanted a fresh, multi-cultural approach.

  Update on Stop Light City playground in Evansville

You could see some new playground equipment at Stop Light City soon.

  Need to smile? Watch this Kentucky boy’s reaction to ‘Happy Birthday’

One video posted by a Bowling Green mom is so cute, it’s been shared more than one million times. Yeah, million.

  Easterseals names new ambassadors

Michelle Schmitt and Sam Osborne were named as the 2019 ambassadors.

  Teacher uses Harry Potter to help teach math

Kelsey Hillenbrand has got some national attention for integrating math with the Harry Potter universe.

  An adorable reaction to balloons is spreading Christmas joy

We hope you all had as much holiday joy as four-year-old Nolan did when he opened his gift on Christmas Eve.

  Newburgh Barber makes house calls for elderly clients

Warrick Co. Barber makes house calls for elderly clients

  EMS makes Christmas bright while working during the holidays

EMS makes Christmas bright while working during the holidays

  UE basketball team takes kids shopping

A few lucky Tri-State kids and their families got to go shopping with UE’s basketball team.

  Local woman looking for long lost brother and sister

A woman’s special Christmas wish this year is to find her long lost brother and sister.

  Cross Eyed Cricket holds community meal

The Cross Eyed Cricket held it’s community meal at 3 p.m. Monday.

  Evansville nurse gets “Ambush Makeover” on Today

Donna Buckles is in New York with her daughter. The two ladies hit the plaza with a sign, hoping to get picked.

  Move-in day at Garvin Lofts

Today was move in day at Garvin Lofts, so some people experiencing homelessness in Evansville now have a new place to live.

  Resurrection School’s Christmas parade

It’s Christmas season and the halls of Resurrection School are filled with Christmas spirit. The School even held a Christmas parade, with kids marching through the halls and caroling around the school.