Tri-State Triumphs

  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.

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

  Huntingburg man joins Navy Seals in swim across Hudson River

  Boonville first responders honored after saving man from lake

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

  Henderson’s Rotary Club program continuing to help students

  Students, DCS partner together to help foster kids

Continued Coverage

  Cookout organizers hope to continue building law enforcement relationship

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

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

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

  HFD firefighter reaches major department milestone

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

  ’Cancer sucks’ tire rolling around town turns heads

There is a new sight to see rolling around the city, but it’s not what you might think.

  Church’s monthly program offers help for single moms

The work is done on the last Tuesday of each month.

  McGary Middle School student makes family history

The 2019 McGary 8th grade class has officially graduated and is heading to high school.

  Henderson Co. HS, Methodist Hospital create bereavement boxes

In Henderson County, more than two dozen bereavement boxes are being supplied to parents in need.

North Jr. High students continue support of Chemo Buddies

  Mayor Winnecke announces food drive to help those in need

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

  Daviess Co. HS student earns perfect ACT score

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

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

  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.

  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.

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

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

  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.

  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.”

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.

  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.

  Community helps man find new home

A local janitor has a new place to live.

  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.

  ‘It was scary’ Man explains rescuing elderly driver from sinking truck

According to police, a vehicle went into the pond behind the Golden Corral around 6 p.m. Monday.

  More kids to get better nights rest with help of Madisonville club

With the help of donations and sponsors, they were able to build and fully furnish 30 beds for children in Hopkins County.

  Dreaming big at Southside Stars Youth Zone

We’ve learned the program is set to expand in 2019.

  More than 1,000 pairs of socks donated by Sky Footwear

People at the Evansville Rescue Mission don’t have to worry about cold feet during the winter months.

  ‘Pete’ strikes again with $3K donation to Easterseals

“Guess what day it is?” Those were the familiar first words during a phone call Easterseals received Monday afternoon from “Pete”, a local legend who has donated anonymously for 28 years.

  Piston’s Bar & Grill helping dozens of families for Thanksgiving dinner

On Tuesday, Piston’s Bar and Grill on Franklin Street passed out 100 turkeys to those in need.

  Gold coin donated to Salvation Army in Owensboro

A $5 coin from 1834 is worth a bit more these days... a lot more.

  Henderson students honor veterans during annual celebration

Some Veterans say they come every year to honor their fellow soldiers.

  Chandler woman surprised with Christmas parade

Lots of kids are celebrating Halloween tonight, but for Cathy Ward, It’s Christmas Eve.

  EVSC students come together for annual event

Dozens of kids and volunteers from across the city were there at Central High School’s football field.

New youth program aims to improve Evansville’s south side

A new youth program is aiming to fight the odds in Evansville’s most poverty-stricken neighborhood.

  Jasper Police Officers receive Lifesaver Award after car crash and fire

Tuesday morning, Officer Brent Duncan and Officer Grant Goffinet received the Lifesaver Award at the Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting.

  Apollo student memorizes first 100 digits of Pi

Ben O'Bryan is a junior transfer from Owensboro Catholic. He wants to be an engineer some day.

  Collin Clarke featured on A&E’s ‘Born This Way’

Evansville's own bodybuilder and special needs advocate, Collin Clarke will be on A&E's show 'Born This Way' Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.

  Evansville students volunteer to hand out groceries

Sometimes, a simple gesture and a smile can go a long way.  Athletes from the Harrison High School football and lacrosse teams volunteered to help pass out free groceries to those in need on Green River Road in Evansville.

  Community members gather for Henry funeral procession

Community members lined KY 54 today to show their support for the Henry family. The funeral procession began at First Baptist Church in Owensboro and processed down KY 54 into Whitesville. Along the way, citizens gathered outside homes and businesses with pink and blue balloons to pay their respects.

Helping people in the community 1 truck full of produce at a time

We're told the Daughters of Charity in Evansville started the project and have since helped hundreds of people around town.

EPD Sgt. Rahm retires after 40-plus years on force

The Evansville Police Department says goodbye, to one of the mainstays of its force.

200-years celebrated at Vanderburgh Co. Bicentennial Birthday Bash

Kids, families, furry friends, and sheriffs gathered outside the Old Courthouse Friday morning for Vanderburgh County's Bicentennial Birthday bash.

  Owensboro firefighters help with birth of baby

Larry and Stacey Freels are settling in with their newest family member, a baby girl named Magdalene Marie.

  ‘Be yourself, be unique’: Owensboro man inspires happiness through dance

If you live in Owensboro, chances are you've seen "Tayvho" groovin' through the streets.