VCSO: man’s death considered suspicious; news conference set for Sun.

This death is considered suspicious, the news releases states and the woman was taken to the Sheriff’s Operations Center.

  Night on Main proceeds goes to EVSC Foundation

  Children’s Museum hosts children’s comic-con

  Firefighters donate blood to honor one of their own

  Traffic Alert: crews begin work on Mill Rd. section

  Marko’s Grill closed after early Sat. fire

  Bikers hit by car in Kentucky, sheriff says other bikers chased down teen driver

Continued Coverage

  Heat can’t stop Owensboro’s annual Dust Bowl

  SWIRCA reminding its drivers to be ‘vigilant’ of their senior clients

  New Ellis Park owners discuss multimillion dollar plans

  Newest addition unveiled Fri. at Harmonie State Park

  Burger Brawl, Taco Takedown set for Sat. at Bosse Field

  Traffic Alert: US-41, SR-64 interchange closing Sat.

  Police: Drug task force finds potentially hazardous chemicals at Evansville home

Evansville Police tell us the Drug Task Force was at the home and took one person into custody.

  KSP: man arrested with child sexual exploitation charges after investigation

According to KSP, his arrest was a result of undercover internet crimes against children investigation.

K9 catches suspect after chase in Mt. Carmel

Deputies say 37-year-old Robert Harms was wanted on warrants out of Wabash County and Gibson County in Indiana.

  Fire destroys street department storage building, trash trucks in Mt. Vernon

It’s still under investigation, but officials believe it started due to an electric problem in one of the trash trucks.

Driver dead after truck crashes into tree in Muhlenberg Co.

  Madisonville officials work to keep attendees cool during Fri. concert

  Coal unit shutting down at Rockport Power Plant

  Campers flock to pool to keep cool during hot weather

  Neighborhood Watch: Church vandalized; bridge collapses

  Father, son accused of kidnapping appear in court

  Road closed after bridge collapse in Hopkins Co.

A traffic alert for drivers in Hopkins County.

  Man facing meth charges after police chase in Evansville

A man, who police say in no stranger to law enforcement, is facing new charges in Evansville.

  Police: Driver passes out and crashes, arrested for driving under the influence

Police say witnesses saw a car slowly heading down E. Louisiana Street near Elsas Avenue. They say they watched it crash into the back of a parked dump truck.

  Farm equipment catches fire; road closed for hours

Dispatchers say a piece of farm equipment caught fire in the 1700 block of Harmons Ferry Road, and at least one person has chemical burns.

NFL won’t suspend Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill in case involving son

The league said Friday it has not been given access to information in the court proceedings, and a district attorney in June said an investigation was dropped because officials couldn't prove who injured the boy.

  Saturday racing canceled at Ellis Park due to heat; Sunday on as schedule

Ellis Park has now canceled all racing for Saturday in addition to Friday’s cancellation because of the heat.

Indiana county pays $132,000 in computer attack ransom

Officials in a northern Indiana county paid about $132,000 in ransom to hackers who took over some of the county’s computers.

  Ohio Co. church vandalized

A church in Ohio County was vandalized.

  Teen hurt in Evansville shooting

The shooting happened around one Friday morning on Florence Street.

  Nicky Hayden honored during Daniel Pitino Shelter event

The former MotoGP World Champion Nicky Hayden is being honored during an event at the Daniel Pitino Shelter on Thursday.

  Princeton Tigers Marching Band practice for next season despite heat

Despite the heat, the Princeton Tigers Marching Band gutted out their practice under the sun on Thursday.

  Michigan Wolverines latest school to offer Reitz standout scholarship

Reitz incoming junior Khristian Lander hasn’t committed to any colleges just yet, but he’s got plenty of offers to choose from.

  Kentucky Bike Rally gets support from local church

This event doubles, possibly even triples the population of Sturgis.

  Exec. Director commends pool staff for actions after shooting near pool

Although there was no way for the staff to be in control of what was happening outside of the pool, they took control of the guests who were inside.

  Plans in place for extreme heat during softball tournament

A lot of parents were able to bring in coolers for the girls, but the tournament also made sure that each player was cared for.

  Sturgis restaurant reopens after death of 4 employees

The restaurant had been open for just two days before the accident happened.

  Carver Community Organization receives top award

A top award for Carver Community Organization’s Executive Director.

  OPD says reinstated Flex Team to help gain community’s trust

Police say bringing back their Flex Team is helping reduce crime and build trust with the community.

  Dugan Best Park extends hours to keep kids off streets

Dugan Best Park will now be open until 9 pm to keep kids off the streets.

  Henderson’s Rotary Club program continuing to help students

The Rotary Club is helping some students before school starts.

  Neighborhood Watch: Owensboro park open later; DCSO searching for stolen bike

Neighborhood Watch: Owensboro park open later; DCSO searching for stolen bike

  Huntingburg Mayor outlines future plans at State of City Address

Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner outlined the big projects in the last year and what’s to come.

  Posey Co. Clerk says voting change will save money, increase voter turnout

Voting changes are coming after a decision was approved by County Commissioners last week.

  Movieland Speedpark is back up for auction

Officials with Wilson Auction and Realty say it will be auctioned off September 10 at 10 a.m.

  Toys R Us plans a small comeback with 2 stores this year

The first two new Toys R Us stores will open in Texas and the other in New Jersey.

  Students ‘making headlines’ at Castle High School with summer musical

It’s the 23rd season for the summer musical and the “Kings of New York” are coming to the Tri-State for “Newsies.”

  Gov. Holcomb makes stop in Evansville

Hot off the heels of announcing his bid for reelection, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb made a stop in Evansville to meet with supporters and protesters.

  Special Report: Reviving Robin

An Evansville woman, who thought she was close to dying, has new hope thanks to a cancer treatment.

Back to school info for EVSC students, parents

The first day of school in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation is quickly approaching...

Safety tips, prohibited items list for Vanderburgh Co. 4-H Fair

The 99th annual Vanderburgh County 4-H Fair gets underway Monday.

Indiana won’t appeal order blocking abortion procedure ban

Indiana's attorney general has reversed himself and decided against appealing a federal judge's decision to block a state law that would ban a second-trimester abortion procedure.

  Cooling centers being set up around Tri-State

An Excessive Heat Warning is in effect from Thursday afternoon through Sunday evening.

  ‘Life is precious:’ Southern IN baseball team honors teammate’s mother

For the Southern Indiana Spikes 14U team, the game is about more than just winning or losing.

  2 groups appeal air permit approved for Dales’ coal-to-diesel plant

Two Southern Indiana groups are now appealing an air permit approved for the plant.

  KSP near top of cruiser contest; IL, IN state police near bottom

Right now, Kentucky State Police’s entry is in second place. Illinois and Indiana could use a little help though.

  Dubois Co. pastor charged after failing to report alleged child abuse

According to the affidavit, the juveniles told detectives about the alleged incidents, which they say happened at Jasper Apostolic Church where Hensley attended.

  New Harmony Food Pantry looking for new director, building

A food pantry in Posey County has been serving the community for decades, all thanks to some farmers with an idea, and volunteers with the heart to carry it out. Now the pantry is in a transition period and they are asking for help to continue operating.

  Traffic issues arise with US-60 detour

The US 60 detour has caused more traffic, speeding and accidents on side roads.

  Old Muhlenberg Co. school being transformed into distillery

Like many others in Graham, Kentucky, Thomas Bard once walked the halls as a student at Graham School. It’s been vacant since the the county schools consolidated. But now Bard and his wife are transforming it into what will be known as the Bard Distillery.

Attorney accused of hitting fellow attorney in head with Lysol can

Blood had to be cleaned from a room in the Hall of Justice after two attorneys got into a fight Wednesday morning.

  Multi-million dollar project to bring dozens of new homes in Princeton

Each home will be in the $150,000-$200,000 range.

  Henderson riverfront walkway to get upgrade

According to Mayor Austin, the structure should be completed by late summer or early fall.

  First look at Northeast Dubois HS after renovation

We got a look at what the renovated Northeast Dubois High School will look like.

  Woman celebrates 100th birthday on property of childhood farm

Ellerbush grew up on Grimm Farm, which is right where Primrose sits now.

  Police: Man crashes, passes out on rx drugs with baby in car

An Evansville man is facing charges of child neglect and driving while intoxicated.

  Neighborhood Watch: Credit cards stolen; Sprint date breach; Darmstadt stop sign

Neighborhood Watch: Credit cards stolen; Sprint date breach; Darmstadt stop sign

  Ohio Co. Sheriff’s Office investigating after several vehicle break-ins

The Sheriff’s Office is investigating several vehicle break-ins and thefts.

  Developer proposes new attraction for downtown Owensboro

A Nashville developer is proposing a banjo shaped Ferris wheel and drop tower in the heart of downtown Owensboro.

  Swimmers take cover after shots fired near Evansville pool

Shots were fired early Wednesday afternoon near Rochelle-Landers Pool.

  Names of suspects in Posey Co. chase released

State police say the suspects in a police chase that ended in a Posey County cornfield have been caught.

  Vanderburgh Co. intersection changing to 4-way stop

Changes are coming to an intersection in Vanderburgh County.

  Indiana man accused of forcing children to sell candy for him in Kentucky

Authorities say they’ve had an open investigation involving Floyd for some time.

Two Tri-State communities getting grants for sidewalk projects

Two Tri-State communities are getting grants for sidewalk projects.

78 years after the Pearl Harbor attack, another recently identified sailor is laid to rest

Geller's remains were among more than 300 sets of remains co-mingled in graves at Punchbowl.

  City hopes ‘Baby Shark’ song will drive homeless away

Officials in West Palm Beach are hoping a continuous loop of children's songs played throughout the night will keep homeless people from sleeping on the patio of a city-owned rental banquet facility

Amber Alert canceled after Louisiana state troopers find couple with children

Melissa Joy Gladden and Jerry Jay Kirkley have been taken into custody and their children are safe.

  More concern over proposed wind farm project in southern Indiana

A group of concerned citizens say the newly proposed wind turbine project may jeopardize the radar and, in turn, public safety.

  USSSA softball tournament kicks off with a parade in downtown Evansville

Softball teams packed Main Street, decked out in red, white and blue. More than 200 teams from eight different states were apart of it.