Woman dies after violent assault on Evansville’s south side

A woman has died after what police are calling a violent assault on Evansville’s south side.

  EPD respond to shooting on south side

  Dozens of Tri-State veterans gather at Coliseum for meet & greet

  Salvation Army growing fresh veggies in community garden

  Hancock Co. students ask school board to approve nickel tax

  Organizations team up to bring awareness to child sexual abuse in southwest Indiana

  14 News Exclusive: U.S. Army Special Forces react to Lindh release

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  EMS appreciation week highlights Stat Flight

  Defense attorney questions victim’s cousin about evidence found at murder scene

  Neighborhood Watch: Suspects wanted by OPD; Memorial Day weekend sobriety checkpoint

  New downtown boutique officially open

  Chandler library hosts special animal filled story time

  Death investigation underway in Wayne Co.

  3rd person sentenced in connection to New Year’s Day murder

The third person has been sentenced in connection with a murder that happened on New Year’s Day last year.

2019 KY Primary Results

2019 Kentucky Primary results

Indianapolis 500 officials to offer measles vaccine at race

Some fans attending Sunday's Indianapolis 500 can get measles vaccines at the track's infield medical center.

  Police say man’s BAC was twice legal limit after Evansville crash

It happened around two Wednesday afternoon at the Lloyd and Wabash.

  Suspect identified after school goes on lockdown during police chase near school

  Official says HydroFest will not happen this year after $70k deficit in ’18

  Francisco residents voice concerns on proposed sidewalk project

  Sheriff’s office identifies suspect in Thurs. night police chase

  Officials exploring options for Dubois Co. jail

  Kentucky educators react to primary results

  Gibson Co. Clerk turns himself in after arrest warrant issued

The affidavit states Morrow was walking out of Sam’s Food Mart when he started arguing with another person.

  Green River Rd. back open after waterline break

The northbound section of Green River Road, between Washington Avenue and Monroe Avenue, was closed Tuesday but is now back open.

2 dead after small jet crashes in Hancock Co., IN

Indiana State Police say two people have died in a small plane crash near Indianapolis.

JCPS student who struggled with dyslexia will graduate as valedictorian

After being diagnosed with dyslexia as a young child, Kendahl Broyles was able to overcome her learning disability.

  McGary Middle School student makes family history

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

  Boonville City Council candidate files election contest petition

Chad Pryor is contesting a primary election in Warrick County.

  Easterseals hands out “diplomas” to preschool students

Easterseals students were celebrated in a special ceremony on Wednesday. They donned graduation attire and were presented with their “diplomas.”

  Semi flipped during crash near Waverly, KY

It happened on 141 North near the 2300 block.

  Evansville Councilwoman Connie Robinson resigns from Democratic Party

Video from Monday’s City Council Meeting shows Robinson walking out during a vote to appoint Rev. William Payne to the Commission on Social Status of African American Males.

  Woman dies after wreck on Hwy 60 in Union Co.

It happened in Waverly at 141 and Highway 60.

  Morgan Ave. reopened after power pole hit by truck

Part of Morgan Avenue is closed after a power pole fell across the roadway.

  Deer takes run through downtown Evansville

It was around 7:10 a.m. on 4th Street between Walnut and Locust.

  Fmr. Webster Co. teacher pleads guilty to child porn charges

Lucia Jenkins was arrested back in 2017 on child porn charges.

Voter turnout higher than projected for Kentucky primary

The Secretary of State's Office says voter turnout for Kentucky's primary election was higher than projected.

Two crashes disrupt traffic on Henderson strip

Two crashes happened within 45 minutes of each other Wednesday morning on the Henderson strip.

  KSP release name of man killed in Hopkins Co. fire

The fire happened Wednesday morning at a home on Nebo Road, between Providence and Nebo.

  Woman dead after car slams into semi stopped at red light

It happened around 11:30 Tuesday night at 41 and Covert.

  Decision 2019: It’s Bevin vs. Beshear for KY Governor

The Kentucky primary is Tuesday and both democrat and republican voters have their pick of who’ll get a chance to run for governor in the fall.

  Decision 2019: Daviess Co. voters explain their vote

Daviess County drew in 17 percent of voters. The County Clerk tells us that’s higher than previous election years.

  Evansville man facing attempted murder charges

In April, deputies arrested 37-year-old Jacob Roderick for being a fugitive from Illinois and Indiana.

  Several motorcycle riders injured during ‘Run for the Wall’

Tuesday night several motorcycle riders, part of the massive group that stopped in Gibson County earlier Tuesday, were hurt in a crash.

  All Dressbarn stores to close

The closure is just another sign of hard times for the nation’s retailers, which are folding at a record pace this year.

  Voters in Graham vote ‘Yes’ to alcohol sales at future distillery

In Muhlenberg County, voters in Graham approve alcohol sales at a future distillery.

  KSP investigating fatal wreck in McLean Co.

Kentucky State Police Troopers are investigation a two vehicle wreck which killed a Livermore man and injured two others.

  Dubois Co. man charged with child molestation and sexual battery

Officers tell us they received information that Hensley had inappropriately touched young girls in the past.

  Tuesday evening drug arrest in Evansville

They told 14 News the joint task force served a warrant at a house on the street, and that two people have been arrested.

  Special Report: CASA notes community is good at reporting abuse

Vanderburgh County CASA is made up of volunteers who represent children of child abuse in court. Despite each volunteer handling 20 to 25 cases at once, there are still nearly 400 children on the waitlist.

  Attorneys: Ohio State needs to reveal who knew about abuse

Administrators at Ohio State University should release the names of all coaches, trainers and personnel who knew of but failed to act on complaints about a now-dead team doctor who sexually abused male students for nearly two decades, said attorneys for some of the victims.

Thousands sign petition to make Danny Devito next Wolverine

Lots of folks are getting a good laugh at signing a petition to make Danny Devito the next Wolverine.

Increase in natural gas caused deadly Jeffersonville explosion

Investigators have released the cause of the deadly explosion that rocked a Jeffersonville neighborhood over the weekend.

  Evansville woman faces charges after morning crash

Troopers say she ran a stoplight on 41 at Bellemeade and collided with an SUV.

  4 people arrested after drug task force investigation

Four people were arrested and are now facing drug trafficking charges.

  Ribbon cutting ceremony held for new Owensboro playground

A ribbon cutting was held for the new replacement playground at Chautaqua Park.

  Daviess County schools could be annexed into city limits

The Owensboro city commission had it's first reading to annex nine Daviess County School Properties on Tuesday night.

  Musical playground installed in Daviess Co.

The Kiwanis Club of Owensboro installed a musical sensory playground at the Daviess County public library over the weekend.

  Habitat for Humanity strengthen security system after string of thefts

Habitat for Humanity has now installed several cameras, but that’s not the only change coming to their property.

‘Sesame Street’ introduces Karli, a Muppet in foster care

The new character is named “Karli,” and is a yellow-haired friend of Elmo's who introduces viewers to the concept of “for-now parents."

Henderson library educates on family history through new class

The Henderson County Public Library is hosting “Zap the Grandma Gap”, a new genealogy class.

  New sculpture downtown has special meaning

The 13′ semi-colon was made possible by the family of Casey Settle, who took his own life last April.

  IN survey shows 2k stop arm violations on 1 day

That is with only about half of the school corporations adding to the count. At that rate, the number equates to 455,400 in a school year.

  ‘Run for the Wall’ motorcyclists stop in Evansville

Hundreds of motorcyclists will be making their way through the Tri-State as part of the “Run for the Wall” event.

Mt. Vernon first responders fund raise for Thrive

The Mount Vernon police and fire departments are joining forces to wash cars and raise funds to benefit Thrive, an after school program for elementary and junior high students in Mount Vernon.

  ‘Stranger Things’: New Coke, from 1985, to make comeback on TV show

Season 3 of the show will take place in the summer of 1985, when Coca-Cola changed its formula for Coke. New Coke was considered one of the biggest marketing blunders of all time.

  DCSO releases intruder’s identity after being shot by homeowner

Dispatch says one person was shot Tuesday morning in the 7900 block of Hwy 405.

  Police investigating after shots fired into Henderson Co. home

According to the sheriff’s office, it happened Tuesday morning around 3:30 on Diamond Island Rd. in Corydon.

Watch out for wedding loans

The average wedding in America now costs more than $35,000, and that doesn’t include the honeymoon.

  North Carolina class teaches kids as young as six how to use guns

The children spend four hours, both in classroom time, and shooting.

  McConnell unveils bill to raise national smoking age to 21

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced legislation to broadly raise the tobacco purchasing age to 21 on Monday.

  Traffic Alert: Oak Hill Rd lanes closed by sinkhole, now back open

The sinkhole was in the northbound land, near Oak Hill Cemetery.

  North has 63rd graduation commencement

This was the 63rd commencement for the school with over 20 thousand alumni.

  Madisonville gains 4 new police officers

City leaders not only praised the new officers for entering the line of work, but thanked their families for supporting them in their new careers.

  New apartment complex coming to Madisonville

A new 52 unit apartment complex is coming to Madisonville. The city council approved the plans Monday night.

  Graduation night for 2 EVSC high schools

Monday was graduation night for two EVSC high schools, North and Central.

  Local leaders initiate project to upgrade JFK Pool

The city surveyed a thousand people and asked them what needed attention here in tell city, and more than half mentioned the city pool.

Traffic Update: Westbound exit ramp on I- 165 is reopened in Daviess Co.

Daviess County Sheriff’s Office is currently working an accident involving a semi on the west bound ramp exit from Interstate 165 to the Bypass.

  Madisonville city leaders consider changes to Sunday alcohol sales

Sunday alcohol sales is one of the topics at Monday’s Madisonville city council meeting.

  Ohio Co. man killed in motorcycle crash

Authorities say 67-year-old Cecil L. Sanders, of Reynolds Station, was heading north.

  Man sentenced after pleading guilty to attempted murder

According to police, Bailey shot Kenneth Edmonds Jr. in August at a home on Clay Street.