Police: Small child found naked, living in feces covered filth

Police in Providence, Kentucky, say they went Friday to home on Bellville Road with an arrest warrant for 27-year-old Felicia Terrell.

Ind. ending pandemic unemployment programs June 19

Tri-County YMCA holding survey in Perry Co.

  Evansville Philharmonic hosting free concert

  Historic downtown Evansville building getting makeover

  More students in Hopkins Co. have a chance to get vaccinated

  Henderson Co. H.S. holding senior parade Tuesday

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  UE breaking ground on new dorm Tuesday

  Monday Sunrise Headlines

  Louisville artist group painting large mural in downtown Evansville

  4 injured following four-vehicle wreck in Ohio Co.

  Won’t have all your taxes filed by Tax Day? Here’s what you need to know

  New wellness building proposed in Warrick Co.

  Owensboro QB Wimsatt invited to participate at Elite 11 Finals

Owensboro quarterback Gavin Wimsatt added another impressive feat to his ever-growing list of accolades after receiving an invite to participate in the 2021 Elite 11 Finals on Sunday.

  Complaint to be heard over Confederate statue in Daviess County on Wednesday

A hearing over the Confederate monument sitting on the lawn of the Daviess County Courthouse is expected to happen this week.

  INDOT announces lane closures for 2 bridge rehab projects in Gibson Co.

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces lane closures for State Road 65 between Princeton and Owensville for two bridge rehab projects.

  Lane closures set for Blue Bridge on Monday

Crews will be making adjustments to the lights.

287 new COVID-19 cases reported in Kentucky

3 new COVID-19 cases reported in local Ill. counties

  Report: Front door busted at Evansville restaurant

Deputies: Hwy 60 E. back open after 3 vehicle crash in Henderson Co.

  Authorities investigating following wildland fire in Henderson Co.

Ind. reports new COVID-19 death in Posey Co., 9 statewide

  Affidavit: Officer sustains shoulder injury while taking man into custody

Police say an officer obtained an injury while trying to take a man into custody.

Report: Man pistol-whipped multiple times during robbery

Evansville police are investigating a robbery that happened Saturday morning.

  DNR: Man arrested in connection to large number of catalytic converter thefts

A man in connection to a large number of recent catalytic converter thefts has been arrested.

Man facing drug trafficking charges in Henderson Co.

A man is in jail on multiple charges after authorities were called to investigate a possible abduction Saturday.

  Remains of WWII veteran laid to rest in Hancock Co.

Young's remains, found after being missing for 80 years, were finally laid to rest in Lewisport on Saturday.

  Vendors deal with the aftermath of Diamond Flea Market fire

Investigators say the flea market on Diamond Avenue is considered a total loss.

  EPD: Argument over money leads to shooting on N. Boeke Rd.

The Evansville Police Department confirms one person was shot on the 1100 block of North Boeke Road in Evansville on Saturday.

  Owensboro community rallies in support of domestic violence victim

The Owensboro community showed up in droves to support the family of Erica Owen on Saturday morning.

2-year-old girl drowns at Falls of Rough resort

Officials from both Grayson and Breckinridge counties searched for a child that went missing in Falls of Rough Friday afternoon.

  EPD: Man arrested in connection to Diamond Flea Market fire

Authorities confirmed a structure fire in progress at the Flea Market on Diamond Avenue in Evansville on Friday evening.

3 more COVID-19 cases reported in local Ill. counties

Illinois health officials are reporting 1,513 new COVID-19 cases and 46 more deaths Saturday.

  Police: Driver taken to hospital after hit and run crash Fri.

One person was taken to the hospital after a crash Friday.

Green River District reports 39 new COVID-19 cases

Saturday, the Green River District Health Department reported 39 additional COVID-19 cases.

Ind. reports 5 more COVID-19 deaths statewide

Saturday, the Indiana Department of Health reported 798 new COVID-19 cases and five additional deaths.

Indiana sees big cost jump with new prison medical contract

Indiana could pay about 50% more a year for prison medical services with a new contractor picked by state officials.

Vehicle damaged by gunfire in Evansville

One vehicle sustained damage after a shots fired incident Friday.

  Evansville bars kick off mask-less summer season amid CDC’s new guidance

Both restaurant management and customers celebrated a fresh start on this unofficial kickoff to the summer season on Friday.

  ISP: Evansville woman dead, 5 children hurt following crash on I-64 in Posey Co.

Authorities say one woman is dead and five children were injured in a single-vehicle crash on Friday night in Posey County.

  14 News interviews Easterseals Psychologist Dr. Jim Schroeder

We’re shining a light on mental health with ways to help you through difficult times.

  A look back at the support, criticism, protests over mask mandates

Almost one year after the first mandates in the Tri-State went into effect, the CDC is now recommending no masks in most situations for people fully vaccinated.

  EVSC asking parents for help in planning upcoming school year

EVSC officials say parent feedback is crucial after the key role they played in remote learning over the past year.

  Federal COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Henderson offering doses to children ages 12 and up

The University of Kentucky’s extension office in Henderson County is now offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12 and older.

  EPD deputy chief retires after 40 years of service

Friday was the final day on the job for an Evansville police veteran.

  Testimony moves forward at murder trial in Warrick Co.

32-year old Valerie Ruark’s burned body was found in a remote field two years ago in Warrick County.

  Cereal boxes make huge domino display before food pantry donation

Students in Princeton have been working to collect nearly 750 boxes of cereal to donate to area food pantries, but first, they got to see that kindness is a domino effect.

Pedestrian killed in White Co. crash

Troopers say a semi was heading east when a pedestrian stepped into the driver’s path.

  Masks in Evansville-owned buildings not required starting Monday

Evansville city leaders say the executive order requiring face covering in city owned facilities will expire at midnight Monday 5/17.

  Motorcyclist hit by car in Evansville

It happened at Taylor and SE Riverside Drive.

  10 people arrested on drug charges in Madisonville

Ten people are facing drug charges in Madisonville after police say they witnessed attempted drug deal.

3 new COVID-19 cases reported in local Ill. counties

No new deaths came out of our Illinois area.

  Man charged in Princeton shooting reaches plea deal

Court records show Malachi Billings pleaded guilty to Aggravated Battery and Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury.

COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund announces 15th, 16th round of allocations

To date, officials tell us more than $5.7 million has been raised toward their $6 million goal.

  Jury finds Jacob Wilson guilty in Gibson Co. murder trial

Thursday is day four of Jacob Wilson’s murder trial in Gibson County.

Ind. reports 16 new COVID deaths statewide

Friday, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 925 new COVID-19 cases and 16 more deaths.

Green River District reports 33 new COVID-19 cases

No new deaths were reported in the Green River District.

  Drug roundup leads to several arrests in Posey Co.

Authorities in Posey County had arrest warrants in hand Friday morning as they rounded up several suspects on drug charges.

  Ky. Gov. Beshear announces capacity restrictions set to end on June 11

The state's mask mandate will also rescind on the same date.

  Man indicted for murder of Princeton native and former Evansville Otter

The man arrested in March in Greensboro, North Carolina, for the death of Jeff Goldbach has been indicted for felony first degree murder.

  Posey Co. holding walk-in vaccine clinic Saturday

That’s on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Marrs Elementary School, which is just off Highway 62.

  Holiday World to celebrate 75 seasons as they prepare to open Saturday

Holiday World reopens to the public this Saturday for its 75th season.

  Friday Sunrise Headlines

Holiday World launches its 75th season

  Kentucky airports to receive FAA grant money

The Federal Aviation Administration is awarding $898.9 million as part of the 2021 Airport Improvement Program.

  Welborn Baptist Foundation unveils new Community Room & Collaboration Hub

The new rooms are designed to be used at no charge by non-profit organizations, who might need to have meetings, banquets, training seminars or just extra work space.

  Indiana State Board of Education approves EVSC RAMP Program

An EVSC program is the newest non-traditional pathway to graduation for students in Indiana.

  Hawesville sailor killed in Pearl Harbor attack returns home

Martin Young died on the USS Oklahoma, Dec. 7. 1941. His remains were identified in Aug. 2019.

  Boonville restaurant eagerly awaiting COVID relief money

Businesses in Boonville say they're in need of assistance money to stay afloat.

  COVID-19 vaccine registration now open for children 12 and older

For parents who would like their child to be vaccinated, plenty of options are available.

  Deaconess President provides coronavirus and vaccine updates

The President of Deaconess Health System, Dr. James Porter speaks on 14 News at 6 frequently to provide updates on the coronavirus pandemic and vaccine in our community.

  Henderson Boys & Girls Club makes plans to move into old armory

At Thursday’s Rotary Club meeting, Mayor Steve Austin said the Cliff Hagan Boys and Girls Club Henderson Unit will eventually move into the armory.

  OPD: 1 person hospitalized after shooting near Kendall-Perkins Park

The Owensboro Police Department responded to a reported shooting at Kendall-Perkins Park on West Fifth Street.

  ‘I think it’s mixed’: Evansville residents react to new CDC mask guidance

Hours after Thursday's announcement, people in downtown Evansville were quick to share reaction to the news.

  1928 Ford Tri-Motor aircraft makes stop in Owensboro

This weekend in Daviess County, local aviators can fly in a piece of history.

  Ky. gets money to help promote tourism

CARES Act money is also coming down the pipeline for Kentucky tourism.

  Tri-State law enforcement remember fallen officers in honor of National Police Week

Members of every law enforcement department in the Warrick County area gathered on Thursday to remember those who have been lost.

  Warrick Co. murder trial underway

Anthony Wolfe Jr., 26, is one of three people accused in the death of Valerie Ruark.

  Dump truck hits power lines on Evansville’s west side

We were sent the video by Matthew Nalley. It shows a dump truck hitting power lines, nearly tipping it over.

  Those with SNAP benefits can get $5 Mesker Park Zoo membership

Mesker Park Zoo is offering a new program that will make it easier for more people to become members.

Ky. Gov. Beshear: State plans to follow new CDC mask guidelines for vaccinated individuals

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated guidance on mask wearing allows fully vaccinated people to stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings.