Owensboro BLM to march for ‘National Day of Justice’

Members of Black Lives Matter in Owensboro will march Thursday for “National Day of Justice.”

  Thursday Sunrise Headlines

  Henderson Co. Schools implementing new mask rules for all students

  Gov. Holcomb announces new steps to slow COVID-19 spread in long-term care facilities

  Unprecedented early voting numbers, lines in Vanderburgh Co.

  Deaconess Aquatic Center on track to open in July 2021

  Mayor Winnecke, officials provide guidance on winter sporting events

Continued Coverage

  Breaking down COVID-19 county metrics maps

  Gov. Beshear: 2nd highest day of new COVID-19 cases, deaths in KY

  New regional driver licensing office expected to assist thousands in Daviess Co.

  Hopkins Co. officials reach agreement on new sports complex

  HPD: Suspects ran off after attempted catalytic converter thefts

  Barge Town Market opens in downtown Evansville

1 additional Evansville Catholic Diocese student tests positive for COVID-19

The Diocese is giving daily updates.

  Parks department hosts ‘Walking Wednesdays’ in Evansville

The city parks department is hosting Walking Wednesdays at Wesselman Park.

IL reports 4,342 new COVID-19 cases, 69 additional deaths

The state of Illinois has now had a total of 355,217 confirmed cases and 9,345 deaths.

Owensboro Coalition of Concerned Churches hosting drive-thru food giveaway

The drive-thru will be Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. in the parking lot of Owensboro's Sportscenter.

  Evansville police investigating after gunshot victim shows up at hospital

  Boil advisory lifted for Ohio Co.

Henderson Co. volleyball team quarantined, forfeits 6th District Finals game

  ISP: Drug tip leads to 2 arrests, over 90 grams of synthetic drugs found

  COVID-19, school funding hot topics in 1st Indiana governor debate

  Warrick Co. Election Board approves travel voting, younger election workers

  Evansville Parks & Rec hosting ‘Walking Wednesdays’ at Wesselman Park

The parks department says it’s a safe alternative to going to the gym.

  Playing ‘Games for Good’ in October at Showplace Entertainment Center in Newburgh

A portion of the money raised Wednesday is going to the local organization called Granted.

  Wednesday Sunrise Headlines

Vanderburgh County is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases.

  Owensboro BLM hosts 3rd meeting Tuesday evening

Owensboro Black Lives Matter held its third meeting Tuesday at Moreland Park.

  Hopkins Co. sees large early in-person voting turn out

Hopkins County has seen a large voter turn out. It’s forced them to add more poll workers, lines, and machines.

  Amy McGrath makes campaign stop in Hancock Co.

With the election only two weeks away, Amy McGrath was campaigning in Hancock County Tuesday afternoon.

  Family welcomes home newborn after three months in the NICU

It has been a long journey for the Hernandez family, both physically and emotionally, but the day has finally come. The day their baby Adelee is able to go home.

  Dubois Co. man appeals murder conviction

Kyle Schneider was sentenced to 91 years in prison for murder, being an habitual offender, and possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon.

Christian Co. deputy hurt during chase that started in McLean Co.

Kentucky State Police Post say a chase involving a McLean County Deputy started around 11:15 a.m. Tuesday.

  Early voters see big turnout in Warrick Co.

Warrick County is also seeing a big turnout from early voters.

  Preliminary report released in Hopkins Co. coal death

The accident happened at Warrior Coal’s Cardinal Mine earlier this month.

  Illinois adds more restrictions to other regions

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker gave a COVID-19 update Tuesday.

Some Jasper Engines & Transmissions facilities temporarily shutdown

Jasper Engines & Transmissions had to shut down some of their facilities after their computer system was compromised.

  Coroner: Second driver in Hwy 41 crash has died, victims’ names released

Dispatch says crews are on the scene of a crash with extrication.

  Several Western KY counties remain in ‘red zone’

On Tuesday, the Green River District Health Department reported one new coronavirus death and 72 additional cases.

  14 more local Hoosiers die of COVID-19; 63 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

The Indiana State Department of Health reports Tuesday 1,551 new COVID-19 cases and 48 new COVID-19 related deaths.

  Evansville to Host 2021 Men’s Volleyball Nations League

Evansville Sports Corporation announced Tuesday morning that Evansville will host 2021 Men’s Volleyball Nations League.

  Time capsule opened on 64th Anniversary of Holy Trinity cornerstone laying

It was found during the demolition at the site at the corner of 3rd and Vine in Downtown Evansville.

  Police: Shots fired into Evansville apartment with man, children inside

Officers say several shots went into the apartment nearly hitting the victim.

  Posey Co. sets social gathering limit at 150 people

Posey County Commissioners met Tuesday to discuss how they can increase the safety of people in the community as COVID-19 continues to spread.

  Owensboro native wins ‘The Weakest Link’

It all came down to a tie-breaker, but Mark Gaddis took home $59,000.

  More wind farm discussions to be held Tues. night in Posey Co.

The project has since been turned away, but on Tuesday, commissioners will bring the topic back up.

  McLean Co. Schools returning to virtual learning

McLean County Public School will be returning to virtual learning starting Tuesday due to coronavirus concerns.

  Tuesday Sunrise Headlines

One person is dead after a crash in Vanderburgh County.

  McLean Co. has 2nd highest COVID-19 incidence rate in state

McLean County now has the second-highest COVID-19 incidence rate in Kentucky.

  New report warns of possible third wave in long-term care facilities

Health officials in Vanderburgh County reported more than 250 new positive COVID-19 cases over the weekend, and a new report out Monday suggests if communities see a rise in cases, so will long-term care facilities.

  Muhlenberg Co. health officials report 3 new cases, 2 additional COVID-19 related deaths

The Green River District Health Department reported 68 new COVID-19 cases.

  Police: Contractor involved in Friday shooting will not be charged

Evansville police say the contractor who shot a man Friday while inspecting a house will not be charged.

  Easterseals expands psychology and wellness services

A new partnership with the IU School of Medicine will see psychology students spend a rotation helping patients at Easterseals.

  Dubois Co. deputies warn of callers pretending to be from church

Deputies say these churches are not soliciting any donations over the phone involving gift cards.

  New restrictions in area IL counties start Thursday

Governor Pritzker announced COVID-19 resurgence mitigations will be implemented in Southern Illinois.

  EVPL locations open for early voting

You’ll be able to cast your ballot at some Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library locations.

  Aurora working to stop evictions for households impacted by COVID-19

The City of Evansville and the State's IHCDA have allocated funds to Aurora Inc. to help those facing eviction.

Guitars played, made by Eddie Van Halen go to auction

Each of the Van Halen guitars is expected to fetch between $60,000 and $80,000.

4 more local Hoosiers die of COVID-19; Vanderburgh Co. has 53 new cases

The Indiana State Department of Health reports Monday 1,589 new COVID-19 cases and 23 new COVID-19 related deaths.

  Evansville Water & Sewer leaf pickup starts Monday

The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility will begin their annual fall leaf pickup Monday.

  Mayor Winnecke’s executive order is now in effect

Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke’s new executive order requires any gathering of more than 125 people to get pre-approval from the Vanderburgh County Health Department.

KY reports 812 new COVID-19 cases, 5 additional deaths

Kentucky is currently reporting that 87,607 residents have tested positive since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

  Evansville police looking for debit card theft suspect

Officers say the victim filed a report on October 7 that her debit card had been stolen in Vincennes.

Indiana providing rental assistance during virus outbreak

The goal is to keep Hoosiers in stable housing so they may move through the coronavirus pandemic without further disruption.

  Dawson Springs schools go virtual due to COVID-19

Dawson Springs Independent School District has decided to go virtual starting Monday.

  Monday Sunrise Headlines

New restrictions are now in place in Evansville.

  Henderson event celebrates 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote

The Henderson Women’s Honor Court Committee celebrated the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote on Sunday.

  City of Evansville hosts 3rd annual NoCo Makers Market on Sun.

The NoCo Makers Market took place along Carpenter Street in Evansville on Sunday, mixing in a fair balance of fun and safety.

  Hit and run ends in crash along S.R. 66, driver airlifted to nearby hospital

According to officials, Warrick County Dispatch received a call around 2:20 p.m. about a reckless driver who was involved in a hit and run incident.

  EFD: Accidental stove fire ignites inside Evansville apartment

According to the Evansville Fire Department, crews were dispatched around 5:02 a.m. to Castlewood Apartments, which is located on the 4000 block of Spring Valley Road in Evansville.

Chief: Indiana police recruit fired for ties to neo-Nazis

A police recruit in Indiana was fired less than 24 hours after the department was notified that the officer was involved in a neo-Nazi online chat forum.

State map shows new COVID-19 related deaths in 3 area counties; 114 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

The Indiana State Department of Health released its Sunday coronavirus update.

  Almost 7,000 votes already cast in Daviess Co.

Residents were able to cast their ballots at the Daviess County Courthouse on Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon.

  KSP investigating deadly officer-involved shooting in Muhlenberg Co.

The Greenville Police Department contacted KSP in reference to a barricaded person just after 6:10 p.m.

Green River District reports 54 additional cases, 5 new COVID-19 related deaths

The district tells 14 News 3,583 people have recovered.

  WWII P-47 Thunderbolt safely lands in Evansville

The P-47 Thunderbolt’s arrival in Evansville has been delayed again by weather.

  Vanderburgh Co. Health Department holds drive-thru baby shower event

The drive-thru baby shower event on Saturday was hosted by the Vanderburgh County Health Department.

  Evansville woman in jail after leaving scene of injury crash

Officers responded to the intersection of Bellemeade Ave and Lodge Ave for a crash with injury just after 4 p.m.

  State map shows 6 COVID-19 related deaths in our IN counties; 140 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

The Indiana State Department of Health has updated its coronavirus map.

  ISP: Jasper woman killed in deadly crash while driving lawnmower

According to Indiana State Police, 60-year-old Ruth Meyer of Jasper was driving her lawnmower when she went onto the road. Troopers say she drove into the path of a car driven by Joann Voelkel.

Kentucky Department for Public Health announces COVID-19 vaccine distribution draft plan

The Kentucky Department of Public Health announced Friday a first draft plan for distributing the COVID-19 vaccine to local health departments and organizations.

  Touchdown Live Game of the Week: Reitz vs. Mater Dei

Our final Touchdown Live Game of the week for the season was Reitz vs. Mater Dei.