Recount being held for tight Tell City mayoral race

Current Mayor Jim Adams, a Republican, requested a recount in Tell City after coming up short by two votes to Democratic challenger Chris Cail.

  Group holds funeral for fellow veteran with no family in attendance

Henderson’s Salvation Army looking for bell ringers

  Make It Evansville hopes to spur new innovative ideas

  Vectren, Salvation Army team up to help families

  Van hits Riverside Drive home

  Henderson Co. Judge-Executive, KY Senator launch idea to help men afford suits

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  3-digit suicide hotline number to be made by FCC

  EWSU doubling solar array fleet

  Tell City fire leaves local dance group without Christmas costumes

Moments after birth, child left at fire station

  Agency’s stats show decrease in Evansville’s chronic homelessness

Neighborhood Watch: BBB issues warning on debit card scam

  Sheriff Wedding to Appoint New Chief Deputy

Sheriff Dave Wedding says Major Noah Robinson will be appointed to the rank of Colonel and his second in command.

  Precautionary boil advisory lifted for German Twp after water system repairs

A boil advisory that was in effect for some Vanderburgh County residents has been lifted.

  Hibbett Sports closing on Evansville’s west side

The manager of Hibbett Sports on Evansville’s west side confirms they will close once they sell out of inventory.

  Indianapolis drug kingpin found guilty in Evansville sentenced to life

The U.S. Department of Justice said that he distributed over 400 pounds of methamphetamine as well as large amounts of heroin, cocaine and marijuana in the Indianapolis area from Aug. 2016 to Nov. 2017.

Indiana prison official charged with molesting child

  Tri-State doctor warns of ‘aggressive’ flu strain in Indiana

Two Hardin County churches cleaning up after weekend vandalism

  Students joining police for active shooter training in Gibson Co.

  Fairfield City Council green lights recreational marijuana sales

  Red Cross shows appreciation for volunteers at annual dinner

  Public works director proposes property ordinance change

The city wants to crack down on the owners of dilapidated buildings in town.

  Former Henderson City Commissioner Baity passes away

Baity, who served on the city commission in the 90s, was also the owner of a State Farm Insurance Agency in Henderson.

  Some residents under boil advisory after water main break

Water crews were out early Wednesday fixing a water main on Maryland Street just off St. Joe.

  Neighborhood Watch: Man arrested, accused of early Dec. burglary

A 29-year-old man is accused of an early December burglary.

  EVSC Official: Driver reported school bus possibly hit by pellet gun

Dispatch tells us police were called to Evans Elementary after gunshots were reported.

  Owensboro leaders focusing on making downtown more livable

Mayor Tom Watson says they are switching gears to focus on making the area more livable.

  Police investigating after bullets hit Henderson home

Police are trying to figure out who shot at a house early Wednesday.

  Family says hackers accessed a Ring camera in their 8-year-old daughter’s room

The Ring camera was only up for four days in the girls’ room before the family says someone found a way to manipulate it, turning the security device into a room of horror.

  Fire at old Swiss Plywood building in Tell City ruled accidental

Officials say the cause of a large fire in downtown Tell City on Wednesday was accidental.

  “This is the magic of Christmas:” Postal workers hustle for the holidays

It’s a busy time of the year for shoppers and an even busier time for the mail carriers who deliver their orders.

  Owensboro’s CYO Brewing going out of business

The business, located downtown on East 2nd Street, made the announcement on Facebook Wednesday morning.

  Country music network Circle to launch with 16 shows, including ‘Opry Live’

Circle is also bringing back Hee Haw, a venerable music and comedy sketch show that aired from 1971 to 1993 and from 1996 to 1997.

Beshear faces suit from ousted state school board members

Beshear is being sued by the people he ousted from the state school board on his first day as governor.

  Illinois approves 2 more marijuana cultivation centers

The Illinois Department of Agriculture announced sites in Shelbyville and Albion on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cultivation centers to 16.

  One person hurt in Henderson shooting

Police say it happened just before 12:30 Wednesday morning on Mill Street between Washington and Powell.

  Hopkins Co. deputies arrest one of county’s most wanted men

One of Hopkins County’s most wanted men has been taken into custody.

  Henderson law enforcement goes Christmas shopping with kids

It’s the 12th year for the event, helping law enforcement connect with the community.

  Evansville City Council to vote on amendments made to e-scooter draft ordinance

Evansville City Council is close to a vote that could finally put laws on the books such as who can ride e-scooters and where.

  Man now in jail facing murder charge after body found

Troopers say they found a man who has been accused of murder.

  Officials break ground on Deaconess Aquatic Center

City officials and Olympic gold medalist Lilly King helped break ground on the Deaconess Aquatic Center

  Newburgh teen wins gold medal in IDO’s World Championships in Poland

Taylor won one gold and three bronze medals for Team USA at the Dance World Championships.

  Air Commerce Park at EVV designated as AT&T Fiber Ready

The fiber ready designation means that Air Commerce Park already has the necessary infrastructure to support fiber-optic high-speed internet.

  Owensboro, Daviess Co. schools to receive grant to provide mental health services

Owensboro and Daviess County Schools are getting new funding for their mental health services.

  Fairview Drive to get extension in Owensboro

City officials say the project will solve traffic issues caused by the expansion of Gateway Commons .

  Goodwill customer finds suspected heroin in jacket pocket, police say

The police report says the customer found a small plastic baggie with what Newburgh police believe to be more than two grams of heroin.

  Oakland City University adds campus police force

Oakland City University now has its own police force as its student population continues to grow.

Gov. Andy Beshear sworn in as Kentucky governor

Beshear and Jacqueline Coleman, his lieutenant governor, were sworn in at a private ceremony just after midnight, before the public inauguration Tuesday afternoon.

Santa Claus, Indiana named one of most festive towns

Santa Claus, Indiana is now named one of the best spots to get in the Christmas spirit.

  St. Benedict’s Homeless Shelter expansion continues in Owensboro

The Women’s and Families Shelter is expected to open at the beginning of the year at the corner of Ninth and Hickman Avenue.

  TX fugitive arrested in Henderson after 2 years on the run

A top ten list of wanted fugitives shows he was affiliated with the Aryan Circle gang, and was considered armed and dangerous.

  Lawsuit against North Gibson Schools claims special needs student was abused

Many of the complaints are concerning the school’s use of an isolation room that the lawsuit claims was more like a closet.

Deputies: Drunk driver flips car on west side

Deputies say it happened just before 1 a.m. on Kleitz Road near Meier Road.

  Towne Square Mall bought by Owensboro investment group

Gulfstream Commercial Services announced a group of local investors, TSM Holdings LLC, have purchased the 350,000 square feet retail facility.

Fmr. Evansville mayor Weinzapfel running for Indiana Attorney General

Jonathan Weinzapfel announced Tuesday he is seeking the Democratic nomination to serve as the next Attorney General for the state of Indiana in the 2020 Election.

Michigan sales top $1.6M in first week of recreational pot

The Detroit Free Press and report sales during the Dec. 1-8 period brought the state roughly $270,400 in revenue from the excise and sales taxes levied on pot.

Crews respond to fire at Park Lawn Cemetery

Crews responded to a fire at Park Lawn Cemetery in Evansville Tuesday morning.

  Truck smashes into downtown Evansville office

It happened around one Tuesday morning at the Work One Southwest Office on Walnut Street.

Kentucky prepares for Beshear’s inauguration

Andy Beshear will be addressing a crowd lining the streets of Frankfort on Tuesday.

  EVSC School Board discusses possible tax at Mon. night’s meeting

The school board is considering putting a referendum on the next election ballot that would come in the form of a property tax.

  U.S. Attorney honors four individuals for help leading to prosecution

In August, Orlando Webber from Mississippi was sentenced to 46 months in prison for stalking Evansville teens on social media.

EPD officer assigned to FBI task force

Detective Aaron McCormick is now working full-time with the FBI’s “Indiana Violent Crimes Task Force.”

  Henderson Co. program aims to get child support cases back on track

If you have a warrant for your arrest in a Child Support case, you can meet with a child support attorney.

Gun season ends with 107,000 deer kills in Kentucky

Hunters killed about 107,000 deer during the 16-day season.

  EFD dedicates newest truck to Captain James Pauli Junior

The dedication is in remembrance of fallen firefighter and 28-year veteran, Captain James Pauli Junior.

  Owensboro couple reopens the Cadillac Restaurant

Just four years ago, the couple was struggling with addiction and living in the Cadillac Motel.

  Salvation Army’s toy drive in full swing, still accepting donations

Salvation Army’s Toy Town toy drive is in full swing and has already brought in more than 3,000 donations.

  Western Kentucky teachers to be grand marshals in inauguration parade

Governor-elect Andy Beshear has named teachers to be the grand marshalls of his inauguration parade.

2nd Ward Evansville City Council recount request dropped

Natalie Rascher tells 14 News there was a call with legal council Sunday, and it was decided to drop the request.

  Santa Claus’ Pat Koch will be on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ Friday

Officials at the town of Santa Claus said they recently sent their Chief Elf to to Los Angeles to talk to Kelly Clarkson.

  Police: Man 5x legal alcohol limit arrested after causing weekend crash

Police say an Evansville man was more than five times the legal limit for alcohol when he caused a weekend crash.

  40 more jobs lost at Dotiki Mine in Webster Co.

Dotiki Mine in Webster County is closing February 7.

  D-Patrick Honda donates van to Ronald McDonald House

This is the second van that D-Patrick has donated to the Ronald McDonald House.

IN based trucking company files for bankruptcy, source says drivers left stranded

A source tells our NBC sister station, WTHR, that thousands of Celadon drivers are left jobless and stranded across the U.S. because company gas cards have been shut off.

  New Pike Co. tech center will serve as think tank hub for young entrepreneurs

The new Buchta Entrepreneurship & Technology Center will be located off Interstate 69 and along East Shady Lane.

  Two major fires in Henderson ruled accidental, unintentional

HFD Capt. Brad Mattingly tells 14 News that’s the case for the recent fires at Simple Rewards Inn and the deadly fire at a home on Elm St.

  Watching Your Wallet: Make smart money moves before 2020

From maxing out retirement contributions to checking your car insurance rates, experts say there are a few smart financial steps to take before the new year starts.

Supreme Court leaves Kentucky’s ultrasound law in place

The federal appeals court in Cincinnati upheld the Kentucky law, but its sister court in Richmond, Virginia, struck down a similar measure in North Carolina.

Kansas man wanted on kidnapping warrant arrested in Gibson Co.

A Kansas man wanted on a warrant for kidnapping was arrested in Gibson County Sunday.