Boil advisory lifted for Ohio Co.

The boil advisory has been lifted for customers that were without water during the leak on Friday evening and Saturday morning.

  Henderson event celebrates 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

  City of Evansville hosts 3rd annual NoCo Makers Market on Sun.

  WWII P-47 Thunderbolt safely lands in Evansville

  Vanderburgh Co. Health Department holds drive-thru baby shower event

  Red Cross in need of volunteers amid COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters

  Christ Gospel Church’s food booth still successful despite no Fall Festival

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Red Cross looking for disaster volunteers to help with powerful hurricane season

  Safe Haven Baby Box unveiled in Ferdinand

  Popular giraffe at Mesker Park Zoo passes away

  Jasper Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon-cutting ceremony for new business

  Posey Co. Sheriff’s Office adopts sensory equipment kit for children

  Ritzy’s Fantasy of Lights aims to be safe, socially distanced event

  Tyson Food hosts drive-thru food giveaway Wednesday

Tyson Foods will be hosting a drive-thru food giveaway Wednesday morning at Donald “Hugh” McCormick Fair Grounds.

  Jasper Police get $27K for defibrillators

The Jasper Police Department says they have received a grant for $27,600 from a partnership of donors to provide all police cars with Automatic Defibrillators (AED’s).

  Christmas help sign ups starting at Salvation Army

Monday is the first day you can apply Christmas Assistance through the Salvation Army.

  West Side Nut Club announces winning ticket number for 2020 Half Pot

West Side Nut Club officials say they hit the $1.3 million mark Saturday morning, passing last year’s total of $1,228,285.

  Non-profits making money through food booth sales despite no fall festival

  New survey results highlight Tri-State childcare needs

  West side Hacienda serving Tiger Pies to help Tekoppel Elementary

  West Side Nut Club Half Pot exceeds $500k

  Anti-abortion activists organize Right to Life event in Evansville

  West Side Nut Club Half Pot surpasses $400k

  Single mother receives new home through Habitat for Humanity program

Kaynah Mitchell got the chance on Saturday to visit her brand new home, which promises to add more stability in Mitchell and her daughter’s life.

  Organizers, participants take part in 2020 SMILE Mile to promote Down syndrome awareness

The goal of the 2020 SMILE Mile is to celebrate National Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October.

  Memorial service held for late sheriff in Muhlenberg Co.

Dozens turned out at Mustang Stadium in Muhlenberg County on Saturday for a memorial service to honor Sheriff Ricki Allen and support his family.

  West Side Nut Club Half Pot reaches nearly $330K

The West Side Nut Club Half Pot grew nearly $83,000 Friday.

  Greater Evansville Sports Hall of Fame raising funds for new building

Sports officials are accepting donations at a booth on the corner of Vogel Road and Green River Road in Evansville, raising funds to help purchase the land for a physical Hall of Fame location.

  Owensboro’s Rooster Booster Breakfast hosts candidate forums

The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce held two forums for the Owensboro Mayoral Race, as well as the Kentucky House of Representatives.

  Muhlenberg Co. Sheriff Ricki Allen honored during high school football game

Before the Muhlenberg County Mustangs played host to the Owensboro Red Devils on Thursday night, those in attendance participated in a moment of silence to honor Muhlenberg County Sheriff Ricki Allen, who passed away earlier this week at the age of 52.

  Warrick Trails holds grand reopening for Aurand Trailhead after finishing upgrades

Officials finally got the opportunity to celebrate the latest improvements to the building, including a shaded patio area, branding of the trail, a second restroom, as well as additional parking, which doubles the availability for trail users.

  Chloe Randolph Organization opens its doors in Henderson

Chloe’s parents are advocating for domestic violence resources and finally opened the doors to the Chloe Randolph Organization.

  Honor Flight of Southern Indiana volunteers work on care packages for local veterans

Officials with the Honor Flight tell us 1,000 local veterans will be receiving bags filled with goodies and thank you letters from the Tri-State community.

  EVSC’s Hangers receives donation from Baskin-Robbins

Baskin Robbins on South Green River Road is giving back to Hangers, an EVSC student clothing resource, on Monday.

  Feed Evansville helps more families

Volunteers of Feed Evansville were back out this morning handing out free food boxes.

  Holiday World closes early due to COVID-19, concludes 2020 season

Holiday World normally stays open through October, but park officials decided to shut down operations early this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

  Protesters rally in Jasper to voice opposition against Mid-States Corridor Plan

The Mid-States Corridor Plan is a proposal to build an interstate-style spur that would connect Spencer County to Interstate 69.

  Owensboro church receives historical marker after 190 years of worship

A church with nearly two centuries of worship in Owensboro is now officially recognized by the Kentucky Historical Society.

  Southwest Indiana Chamber honors Tri-State leaders, businesses

The Southwest Indiana Chamber is a non-profit in a state that includes a total membership of nearly 1,400 businesses and agencies. Many of those organizations were on display at the Ford Center on Friday night.

  Tri-State man recovering after speedway crash

Shock filled the stands on Saturday as Stan Beadles's sprint car flipped during a race and caught fire with him still inside.

  ‘Tox Away Day’ allowing residents to throw out hazardous waste for free

The Vanderburgh County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, or Tox-Away Day, will be held on Saturday in the parking lot of the Evansville Civic Center from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

  Tickets currently on sale for Fall Festival half pot

Tickets for the West Side Nut Club half went on sale Thursday.

  Feed Evansville distributes food boxes to struggling families

Feed Evansville distributed food boxes at Hartke Pool on Thursday afternoon.

  Vanderburgh Co. Democratic Party organizes event to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Several people came together on Evansville’s east side this weekend to remember Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away Friday at the age of 87.

  West Side Nut Club begins assembling ticket booths for Fall Festival half pot drawing

Four ticket booths are going to be set up for the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Half Pot this year.

  Marching bands get moment to shine at EVSC Band Showcase

The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation held its marching band showcase on Saturday evening.

  Mayor Winnecke announces recipients of 2020 McGary Jones Visionary & Humanitarian Award

Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced Lisa Vaughan and Alex Burton as recipients of the 2020 McGary Jones Visionary & Humanitarian Award.

  Evansville board approves grant money for numerous city organizations

The Evansville Board of Public Works approved contracts for annual grant block funding on Thursday afternoon. These grants come from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to help urban areas improve housing and expand economic opportunities.

  Salvation Army kicking off holiday campaign early to help those in need

The holidays are just around the corner, but this year it could look a lot different for families after COVID as impacted more than just health.

  84-year-old Red Cross volunteer heads west to help those affected by California wildfires

Fran Matheny, a long time volunteer of the Southern Indiana chapter, has gone as far as New York and Houston for the Red Cross.

  New tunnel now opened at Huntingburg Regional Airport

A ribbon-cutting was held Monday morning for a brand new addition to the Huntingburg Regional Airport.

  Final deadline quickly approaching to fill out 2020 US Census

A car caravan went around the Jacobsville neighborhood in Evansville on Sunday afternoon to remind people why it’s so important to fill out their census form.

  Evansville, Henderson police host fundraiser to raise money for annual Disney trip

The organization “Cops Connecting with Kids” worked to raise money for its annual trip to Disney World with a barbeque fundraising event on Sunday.

  Black Student Unions march against social injustice in Owensboro

The "March for Justice" event was held in an effort to raise awareness about social injustice across the country, particularly after the latest shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

  Bikers gather for Sturgis Bike Night to financially benefit community, despite COVID-19 concerns

Sturgis Bike Night was held on Saturday in Union County to provide another way for residents to give back to charities, organizations and small businesses in the community.

  ‘Run for the Fallen’ held to honor Kentucky’s fallen military heroes

Saturday was the day of the second annual “Kentucky Run for the Fallen” at Panther Creek Park in Owensboro.

  Hunger Bowl raising money for St. Vincent de Paul Society Food Pantry

It’s always a good rivalry when Mater Dei and Memorial get together on the gridiron. However, both groups are teaming up to help the needy in the annual Hunger Bowl game.

  Arc Industries to remain open due to community collaboration

The Arc of Evansville announced that Arc Industries will remain open despite state budget cuts thanks to the community.

  Princeton holds downsized Labor Day parade

The Labor Day Association held its 134th annual Labor Day Parade Monday morning in Gibson County. The celebration may have been smaller, due to the pandemic, but the community pride was just a large.

  Posey Co. farmer wins award

A Posey County Farmer is recognized as the Master Farmer of the Year here in Indiana.

  Community holds fundraiser for sheriff’s deputy recently diagnosed with cancer

Friends, family and co-workers came together on Saturday for a silent auction and cornhole tournament fundraiser to support Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Cutrell, who was recently diagnosed with metastatic lung and brain cancer.

  March for justice dedicated to Owensboro teen killed in homicide

Last month, 15-year-old Corban Henry was found shot and killed on the 1500 block of West 5th Street in Owensboro. Now, the family says they’re still fighting for answers.

  Easterseals announces winners for ’Cool Cars, Cold Cash’ raffle

With the resulting estimated net proceeds of $86,500, officials say Easterseals will be able to provide almost 2,000 therapy sessions.

  Evansville church selling fall festival food favorites

The Old North United Methodist Church is holding its fall festival food pick-up this weekend. Volunteers are cooking up fried catfish sandwiches, ribs and pulled pork, among other delicious items.

  Hadi Shrine Circus postponed due to COVID-19 concerns

Hadi Shrine Circus officials cite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as the reason for the decision, saying the safety of children, families and the community take priority over the event.

  Perry County Detention Center offers GED program

Perry County Sheriff Alan Malone says once inmates at the county detention center complete their sentence, it’s his goal to never see them again.

  Grassroots group to address many issues including racism, gun violence

Those who are forming a Black Lives Matter chapter in Owensboro are meeting Wednesday night to discuss ideas and find a focus that fits their community moving forward.

  StepStone Family and Youth Services recruiting potential foster families

StepStone Family and Youth Services opened its Owensboro office last week. They provide services helping potential foster families get trained and certified to work with foster children.

  Lampion Center hosts first ’Pause in the Park’ event

Officials with the Lampion Center will be hosting a “Pause in the Park” event throughout the month of September.

  McDonald’s owners to present over $26K to Ronald McDonald House Charities in Jasper

Local McDonald’s have raised the money through the Sleeves for Support Fundraiser.

  Salvation Army hosts drive-through food drive Tuesday

Officials with the Salvation Army say the food distribution is for families that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  New class teaching people how to stay safe during active shooter situations

A new class in Evansville is educating people on how to handle an active shooter situation or force-on-force scenarios.

  Solar panels, new jobs coming to Evansville community center

Community members gathered at Greater St. James Baptist Church to celebrate a new program called “Power Up.” This program is focused on solar energy and teaching people about how it can better the planet.

New playground coming to Horse Fork Creek Park

A new playground is coming to Horse Fork Creek Park in Daviess County.

  Korn Ferry Tour Championship bringing national exposure, economic impact to Tri-State area

The Korn Ferry Tour Championship brought in more than 26,000 people over the course of the week last year. However, this year’s tournament is only limited to those directly involved in competition and support staff due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  Vanderburgh Humane Society pushes for renter protections, rental assistance

The Vanderburgh County Humane Society says the COVID-19 pandemic is putting millions of pets in Indiana and across the country at risk of being surrendered to animal shelters.

  Young man honored for saving neighbor’s home from fire

A young man in Madisonville has been honored after officials say he stopped a fire from spreading at this neighbor’s house.

  Food giveaway planned in Owensboro

The food will be distributed at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church at 507 Plum Street.

  Dozens gather to raise awareness about sexual abuse in downtown Evansville

An organization called “Justice for Kids” assembled the protest near the Four Freedoms Monument in downtown Evansville on Sunday afternoon.

  Former Madisonville pastor’s wife reflects on husband’s recovery four years after shooting

Michael McCool was shot in October 2016 when authorities say he was collecting a delinquent payment in Greenville. He survived the shot to the head, and his doctors say this was a miracle.

  Keep Evansville Beautiful dog mascot, Evie Sue, passes away

Evie Sue, the dog mascot for Keep Evansville Beautiful, has passed away. She was 13-years-old.