A comeback for Inner City Youth Basketball League following canceled 2020 season

Players finally made their long-awaited return to the court this weekend.

  Henderson County High School hosts first prom since beginning of pandemic

  Owensboro community hosts annual child abuse prevention event

  Indianapolis man relocates, volunteers at COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Evansville for weeks

  Evansville man asking for donations to get electric scooter

  Madisonville unveils new statue at Mahr Park

  Owensboro Regional Farmers’ Market opens Sat.

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  Group organizes rally in support of 2nd amendment in Union Co.

  Lifeguards needed for Atkinson Pool to open this summer

  New Owensboro assisted living facility set to open next week

  First responders visit kids in Newburgh

  Owensboro trolley rides returning to downtown streets

  Evansville teen picks up history book, grabs Dan Rather’s attention

  Promise Zone mobile app gives Evansville residents access to COVID-19 resources

Officials say the Promise Zone mobile app has assisted more than 6,000 Evansville residents.

  EPD officers starting ‘Walking Wednesdays’

Officers plan to walk around neighborhoods and meet with those in the community.

  Harrison High School tennis coach passes away unexpectedly

Trapp was well known within the city’s tennis community,

  4 Evansville firefighters honored at award ceremony

The Evansville Fire Merit Commission hosted an award ceremony to honor firefighters.

  Friday after 5 welcoming Grammy Award-winning group next month

  Officials asking residents to double-check recycling in Dubois Co.

Vanderburgh Co. officials to host ‘Tox-Away Day’ this weekend

  Evansville City Council votes on HUD money

  Gilda’s Club Evansville announces rebrand with new name

Salvation Army’s War on Hunger surpasses goal

  Ribbon officially cut for Princeton Public Library expansion

Construction on the new expansion to the Princeton Public Library is finally over.

Evansville first responders play hockey game to benefit Tri-State animal shelter

The Evansville Hoses from the Evansville Fire Department took on the Fort Wayne Freeze in a hockey match on Saturday to raise money for It Takes a Village No-Kill Rescue.

  Teachers organize rally to advocate for fair funding in public schools

On Saturday morning, some educators gathered at Four Freedoms Monument in Evansville to raise awareness in the community for fair funding at public schools.

  Newburgh woman celebrates 91st birthday with family, friends

A very special birthday celebration was held on Saturday for one Newburgh woman.

  Evansville man purchases 133-year-old Princeton building to renovate

An Evansville real estate developer is restoring an old building in Princeton.

  Girls Scouts of SW Indiana presents ‘Women of Distinction’ awards

The Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana is honoring women that make a difference in the Tri-State.

  Evansville African American Museum raising awareness for sickle cell disease

The Evansville African American Museum received a donation that will be used to raise awareness for sickle cell disease.

  Cat that fell from tree doing well; watch dramatic video of the fall

We have a good news update on the cat we told you about earlier this week that had been stuck in a tree.

  Cops Connecting with Kids surprises middle schoolers with trip to Disney World

Four students at McGary Middle School were surprised with the trip of a lifetime on Thursday afternoon.

  New features installed at Burdette Park

Burdette Park has been installing some water features as they prepare for the summer season.

Local McDonald’s owner donating $4K to Princeton Parks Department

City of Princeton Parks and Recreation Department to receive a donation from local McDonald's.

  Haynie’s Corner Arts District announces events for 2021

The First Friday Series is set to return this year, beginning June 4.

  Message in a bottle discovered after 7 year journey

An Evansville woman checked something off her bucket list while on walk with a friend.

  UE names Educators of the Year

The University of Evansville named its Educators of the Year Wednesday - recognizing those who go above and beyond every day.

  Feed Evansville hosts another community food share event Wed.

Feed Evansville made its way to Hartke Pool again Wednesday for a community food giveaway.

14 News teams up with The Salvation Army for War on Hunger campaign

The Salvation Army is sponsoring the War on Hunger this Friday.

  Old Downtown YMCA building being repurposed into affordable apartments

The old Downtown YMCA building in Evansville is being renovated into affordable apartment spaces.

  Cat rescued after several days in a tree

A cat was stuck high in a tree in Evansville, but he’s now safe.

  Churches hold in-person Easter services following last year’s drive-up events

Easter services looked different on Sunday for some churches across the Tri-State.

  Children, families take part in community Easter egg hunt in Evansville

Organization leaders welcomed children to find roughly 2,000 eggs hidden on the lawn of Willard library, and there were lots of free prizes up for grabs, like bicycles, power wheels, and even drones.

  West Side Nut Club holds drive-thru Easter egg hunt

Hundreds of vehicles lined up before the event, which started on Saturday at 1 p.m.

  West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, Vanderburgh County Fair back on for 2021

As of now, organizers for both events have gotten the green light to host their celebrations this year.

  Deaconess Aquatic Center on schedule to be completed by summer 2021

The aquatic center is being built at Garvin Park across from Bosse Field, and will replace Lloyd Pool on Evansville’s north side.

  Deaconess Aquatic Center still set to be finished by late summer

It’s being built at Garvin Park across from Bosse Field and is replacing the north side’s Lloyd Pool.

  Easter events happening this weekend in Tri-State

This weekend the Easter Bunny is hopping into town, and there are some events going on in the Tri-State.

  Airport Holiday Inn to reopen as Melrose Assisted Living Facility

Facility officials say they still have some remodeling to do to transition from hotel to assisted living.

  Job fair held in Henderson

On Thursday, five area companies were looking to hire on the spot. The types of jobs varied, but most were in the food service industry.

  How to protect spring plants in freezing temperatures?

14 News stopped in Wednesday at the SWN Garden Center on Millersburg Road to find out what people can do to protect their budding investment.

  HOPE of Evansville receives grant from the State Farm Foundation

An Evansville affordable housing program is receiving a grant from the State Farm Foundation.

Local nonprofit hosting Easter egg hunt in Evansville Saturday

A local nonprofit is hosting a massive Easter egg hunt in Evansville Saturday morning.

Evansville couple adopted dog from Guam, but he ran away at the airport

They say after three hours of airport authority, fire, and police chasing him around the airport runways, he disappeared into the night.

  Newburgh family rebuilds one year after tornado strikes

One year has gone by since a tornado hit Newburgh wiping out homes.

  EPD sends donuts to Boulder Police Department in Colorado

Evansville police getting involved showing their support for their fellow officers in Boulder, Colorado.

  Winners announced for Easterseals raffle

Easterseals announced the winners of the 30th annual All CA$H Raffle.

  Child with special needs gifted unique car seat

The Garrett family was presented with a specially designed car seat for their seven-year-old son, Kylin Friday morning.

  Collaborative cleanup event being held in downtown Henderson

Organizers say the event is a collaborative effort to help beautify Henderson’s Central Business District and riverfront.

  Union Co. restaurant struggles to find workers

Servers are busier than ever at Feed Mill Restaurant in Waverly.

  Spring breakers enjoy Sky Zone Evansville

Managers at Sky Zone Evansville say they have seen large crowds every day this week.

The Isaiah 1:17 Project is looking for kids in foster care who are in need of bikes

The Isaiah 1:17 Project is taking applications for its Dream Cycles program.

  Downtown Evansville plans dozens of events for 2021

The Downtown Evansville Economic Improvement District has planned more than 60 events.

  New stores opening this spring at Gateway Commons in Owensboro

The complex is a mix of shopping, entertainment and food.

  Summer camps preparing to welcome kids back

COVID-19 restrictions are finally now lifting and with warmer weather, kids can start looking forward to summer camps again.

  Newly renovated Mahr Park event barn books events for the first time

The event barn at Mahr Park, renovated in October, never got its chance to see many guests as Madisonville went back into COVID-19 lockdown shortly after.

COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund announces 14th round of allocations

Round 14 granted nearly $400,000 to all 15 nonprofits who applied.

  Daviess Co. deputies rocking socks on World Down Syndrome Day

Sunday is World Down Syndrome Day, and deputies and their families in Daviess County are commemorating it with some fancy footwear.

  Bench dedicated to Newburgh woman who died from COVID-19

Newburgh resident Bonnie McLeod made thousands of masks and gave them away to people who didn’t have one at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Funk in the City announces 2021 schedule

Organizers behind the Funk in the City festival released its 2021 calendar on Saturday.

  Henderson organization holds giveaway to provide resources to families in need

The organization “4 Good Community” hosted a big giveaway on Saturday morning, which was open to all kids in the Tri-State.

  Showplace Cinemas reopens in Newburgh

All Showplace Cinemas locations closed last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  GRADSA creates basketball league for individuals with Down syndrome

The Green River Area Down Syndrome Association (GRADSA) is creating the first basketball league in Kentucky for individuals with Down syndrome.

  Commission on Homelessness completes COVID-19 vaccine clinics, 300 people receive doses

Friday’s clinic at Echo Housing was just one of several that took place this week in Evansville.

  1 year later: Nursing home resident celebrates birthday with hugs

Making it a year through a global pandemic is reason enough to celebrate, but Elmer Roettger and his family have another reason to celebrate his 101st birthday.

‘Guns and Hoses’ charity boxing match set for Aug. 28

According to the 911 Gives Hope official Facebook page, the 13th edition of the “Guns and Hoses” boxing event is scheduled for Aug. 28, 2021 at the Ford Center.

  Perry Heights Middle School tries setting fidget spinner record

Perry Heights Middle School tries setting fidget spinner record

  United Way shifting focus to provide opportunities for people seeking employment

A statement released by United Way says the new focus is called “United for Impact: Building Pathways to Potential,” which redefines the organization’s framework and funding priorities.

  Homeless Connect of Southwest Indiana 2021 facing changes due to COVID-19

The event usually happens once a year, allowing the homeless to connect with various services from legal advice to dental care, hair cuts, taxes and child care.

  Boonville teen welcomed home after lengthy stay at Riley Children’s Hospital

People in Boonville came together Wednesday to welcome home Zane Hendrickson.

  IEDC approves $10.5M for 5th and Main demolition, revitalization

$10.5 million in redevelopment tax credits have been approved for a downtown Evansville project.