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.

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

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

  Family Day at the Fall Festival

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

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

  Community comes out to celebrate Boonville’s renovated town square

Continued Coverage

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

  Hundreds of letters written to show appreciation for veterans

  Local officers connect with community during national day

  Stepping Stone celebrates 30 years of helping the community

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

  Good neighbor: Tell City man rescues stuck skunk

  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

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

Evansville celebs dishing up ice cream at Baskin Robins

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

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

  Prayer garden opens in Evansville

  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.

  Handy Fest wins first place at KY State Fair

The City of Henderson says the W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival won first place festival in “Best in Kentucky” at the Kentucky State Fair.

  Neighborhood Watch: Henderson man facing robbery charges, MPD looking for suspects of car theft

A Henderson man is facing robbery charges stemming from an armed robbery that happened in Hopkins County back in July.

  Neighborhood Watch: Sheriff’s Office looks for theft suspects; someone stealing signs in Posey Co.

The Spencer County Sheriff’s Office wants your help identifying possible theft suspects. Someone stealing signs in Posey County.

  Daviess Co. Fiscal Court appoints new DCFD fire chief; OFD chief also announces retirement

Owensboro City officials posted Friday on Facebook that they are looking for a new chief.

Jason Aldean not confirmed for Daviess Co. show

The co-owner of Wittaker Guns said Jason Aldean will headline an acoustic concert in October. However, Jason Aldean’s PR says the country star is not confirmed to play.

Gibson General Hospital giving away 150 booster seats, checking car seats

Gibson General Hospital is hosting a Booster Seat Bash to offer free car seat checks and give away 150 booster seats.

Princeton woman to represent Indiana in 2019 Ms. America Pageant

Rosanne Spindler of Princeton was recently awarded the Ms. Indiana America 2019 title by the Ms. America® Pageant.

  St. Anthony Catholic Church holds produce giveaway event

The All Saints Parish and Seton Harvest teamed up to give out free produce Sunday at St. Anthony Catholic Church.

  Gov. Holcomb announces more than $22m for broadband expansion

Four of the 11 projects are with Perry-Spencer Rural Telephone Cooperative.

  Neighborhood Watch: DCSO looking for man in theft investigation

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office wants your help with a theft investigation. Authorities in Washington, Indiana want help finding a missing man.

  Neighborhood Watch: OPD, HPD warning people of scams

OPD and HPD say they have been getting a lot of complaints of scams. Muhlenberg County schools get an extra layer of security for the school year.

  White Plains, KY, gets nearly $100K to help with infrastructure projects

Wednesday, Kentucky Transportation Commissioner of Rural and Municipal Aid Gray Tomblyn II, and Field Representative Mark Welch presented a $99,860 discretionary funding award to the city.

  Strassenfest kicks off Thursday night in Jasper

City departments, local businesses and members of the community started setting up Monday and still have some more work to do.

  Anthem changes policy for children with SMA after agreeing to cover toddler’s $2m drug

The family of an Evansville toddler is crying happy tears after hearing their 19-month-old son will get the drug he needs.

  Taking a Stand: Stuff the Bus

The Salvation Army is teaming up with Walmart to “Stuff The Bus” this Saturday, August 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

  Neighborhood Watch: Coffee with a Cop in Mt. Carmel Wed., U.S. District Court warning about spoofers

In Mt. Carmel, Coffee with a Cop is set for Wednesday. The U.S. District Court for the southern district of Indiana is warning about spoofers.

  Neighborhood Watch: HPD investigating shooting, OPD looking for missing teen

Henderson police are investigating a shooting that happened early Monday morning. The Owensboro Police Department is trying to find a missing teenager.

  Castle graduate named U.S. Army Material Command’s Soldier of the Year

Trevor Reece received the honor after competing in the Best Warrior Competition at Camp Atterbury earlier this month.

  Gilda’s Club night at Bosse Field

Gilda’s vision is that no one should have to battle cancer alone and Sunday is just another example of how getting people together for fun can do that.

  Huntingburg man joins Navy Seals in swim across Hudson River

The goal is to raise awareness for homeless veterans.

  Boonville first responders honored after saving man from lake

A group of first responders is being honored in Boonville.

  Madisonville girl with rare condition sworn is police officer, finds out she’s going to Disney

Eight-year-old Laila Engel-Deppe had a big wish granted today in Madisonville. Actually, two of them were granted!

  Neighborhood Watch: Daviess Co. Sheriff’s Office needs help identifying 2 wanted for theft

The two are wanted in the theft of $2,000 worth of tools from a vehicle at Circle C. Contracting on Highway 144.

  Henderson holds ‘Redifest’ back to school event

Monday the school system hosted the event at the Archery Building at Henderson County High School.

  Large mural honors small town life in Fairfield, IL

David and Cheryl Harl have titled the mural Love Thou Thy Land.

  Neighborhood Watch: Daviess Co. Sheriff’s Office needs help find man and truck

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office wants your help finding a man and a vehicle. The man is wanted for questioning about a theft at the Country Cupboard on Highway 144.

  Henderson’s Rotary Club program continuing to help students

The Rotary Club is helping some students before school starts.

  Students, DCS partner together to help foster kids

The Dubois County Leadership Academy group decided to team up with the Department of Child Services to provide “foster packs.”

  Neighborhood Watch: EPD investigating armed robbery, EPD looking for missing man

EPD looking for a suspect of an armed robbery and trying to locate a missing man. Posey Co. Sheriff recognizes two deputies for life-saving efforts.

  Cookout organizers hope to continue building law enforcement relationship

The Old Erie Neighborhood Association hosted “Cookout With a Cop” on Friday.

  200 EVSC kids get new bikes thanks to annual Ivy Tech donation

More than 200 kids in the EVSC district got a surprise on Thursday.

  Bicycle group stops in Owensboro to help non-profit during cross country trip

Over 30 young adults, from all across the country, are in Owensboro helping out at Habitat for Humanity.

D-Patrick Honda’s donation to benefit local non-profit helping families

A local non-profit got the keys to a new car on Wednesday thanks to an Evansville car dealership.

  HFD firefighter reaches major department milestone

City leaders say over the years, he has worked through numerous changes and they appreciate his dedication.

  Neighborhood Watch: New escape charge in Jasper, scammer in Ohio Co., and summer camp

The sheriff’s office is gearing up for its Youth Leadership Camp, and applications are due Friday, June 14.

  Neighborhood Watch: New info on shooting investigation in Owensboro, OPD looking for theft suspect

New info on shooting investigation in Owensboro. 52 children die in hot cars last year. OPD looking for theft suspect

  Student built duplex goes up for auction Saturday

Henderson High School Construction Technologies Students worked on the duplex all school year long.

  Powerlifting competition underway in Henderson

Powerlifters are competing in the International Single Event World Powerlifting Championship.

  6/7 Neighborhood Watch: Porch pirate caught on camera, Sheriff catches bank robbery suspects

The Vanderburgh County Sheriff office is investigating our latest case of porch piracy, and White County, Illinois Sheriff Doug Maier personally busted three people wanted for bank robbery in a neighboring county.

  Owensboro students rally to ‘stop the violence’

It’s a group of young students that are part of an after school class at the H.L. Neblett Commmunity Center.

  Indiana’s humble hero laid to rest as a symbol of his generation

Thursday, Sgt. Carl Mann Sr. was buried at Arlington National Cemetery

  WFIE to end each broadcast day with our National Anthem

14 News will soon join with our sister, Gray Television stations across the nation to end each broadcast day with the playing of the Star Spangled Banner.

  Neighborhood Watch: Man wanted in Tenn. arrested after running from police, HPD solves burglary from 2018

Man wanted in Tenn. arrested after running from police in Muhlenberg Co., Hodgenville man arrested after leading police on chase, HPD sole 2018 burglary

  Neighborhood Watch: Police searching for driver in hit and run in Evansville, Police look for man who stole tip jar from Phone Todd

EPD looking for driver in hit and run incident. Police looking for made accused of stealing tip jar from Phone Todd.

Missing wedding ring returned to AL by Hopkins Co. Carhartt employee

Andrea Spear's ring had slipped off while folding a pair of pants she was returning for her husband.