Henderson EOC: NB Twin Bridge reopened after hazmat cleanup

Crews were on the scene of a hazmat cleanup on the northbound Twin Bridge early Saturday.

  U.S. Census Bureu bumps up pay rate in Indiana ahead of 2020 Census

  New bill may reform Indiana’s distracted driving law

  Laid off Pride Mine employees attend ‘rapid response’ event

  Case ongoing one year after triple homicide in Owensboro

  McLean Co. Schools cancels class Friday due to low attendance from sickness

  Local attorney requesting transparency with EVSC on teacher pay issues

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Police capture Christian County inmate who escaped on work release

  Posey Co. man arrested on counterfeit charges

  Synthetic turf to be laid on fields at Fisher Park in Feb.

OPD looking for missing man

  Surveillance video captures moment EF-2 tornado rips through S.C. high school

Local pilot arrested in ‘extraordinarily disturbing’ child-porn case

Under the influence driver leads deputy on chase, officials say

A Mt. Carmel man is accused of refusing to pull over and asking 911 dispatchers to have police stop chasing him.

  Toyota completes $1.3 billion project, adds 550 new jobs

Toyota Indiana has completed their modernization project that was first announced in 2017.

  Man accused of stealing guns from grandparents’ home during grandmother’s funeral

Officers say when then questioned Cameron Reine, he denied taking the guns at first, but then admitted taking them because he owed someone money.

Car hits power pole in Oakland City

Dispatchers say it happened around 8:00 a.m. on C.R. 200 S. near C.R. 1150 East.

  Henderson Police looking for vandals who jumped on cars

  Highway 41 back open after truck and school bus crash

  Sickness impacting school attendance

  Friday morning Sunrise Headlines

  I-69 Ohio River Crossing talks resume

  Residents voice concerns about rising water bills at Thurs. meeting

  Bride, groom say 'I do’ after both diagnosed with cancer

Our team was at the chapel in Deaconess Midtown hospital as a couple of 15-years decided to get married in front of loved ones.

  2 dogs die in Thurs. night mobile home fire

According to fire officials, the fire started in the back of the home.

  DCPS votes to go forward with legal action against Juul Labs Inc.

The Daviess County Board of Education has decided to move forward with legal action against popular vaping company JUUL Labs Incorporated.

  Humane Society of Henderson Co. needs help from dog, animal lovers

The Humane Society of Henderson County is asking for a favor from dog lovers in the area.

  OPS, DCPS to consider joining lawsuit against e-cig giant Juul

The Daviess County and Owensboro Public Schools Boards of Education are considering joining legal proceedings against the e-cig and vaping product company JUUL.

  Henderson Co. schools take precautions against flu

Henderson County School officials tell us they are seeing an increase of students and staff having the flu or a cold.

  Local women battling cancer selected for special retreat

The family of Jennifer King is now pampering 10 women in remembrance of her life.

  Pigeon Township food pantry in the works

In just a few months, Pigeon Township could get a food pantry, which is something township leaders say is much needed.

  McLean Co. Schools closed Friday due to sickness

They’ll be closed Friday, Jan. 17, and make it up on Friday March 20.

  Man sentenced to 5 years in prison for trying to escape police

Kevin Romero, of Fairfield, Illinois, was found guilty on several charges.

  Years-long project to upgrade Scales Work in place

The goal of the three-phase project is to push Scales Lake into the 21st century and it all starts with the campsites.

  Neighborhood Watch: Jasper, Owensboro thefts; Dubois Co. explosion reports

Neighborhood Watch: Jasper, Owensboro thefts; Dubois Co. explosion reports

  4 people arrested on drug trafficking charges in Ohio Co.

Four people are now facing drug trafficking charges.

  Chloe Randolph Bill passes KY State Senate Committee

The bill was filed in honor of Chloe Randolph, a murder victim who was found last March.

  McCarty attorney: Still waiting on response from UE

Its been nearly three weeks since the University of Evansville placed Aces Men’s Head Basketball Coach Walter Mccarty on administrative leave.

  Officials expect big economic impact from local sports events

A pair of major sporting events this weekend is expected to bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars for the local economy.

  USI’s founding president, Dr. David L. Rice, dies at age 90

The University of Southern Indiana Board of Trustees and President Ronald S. Rochon announce with sadness the death of the University's founding and first president, Dr. David L. Rice.

  Crews respond to fire at Evansville apartment complex

The fire broke out just after 9:30 Thursday morning at a home in the Buena Vista apartment complex.

  Gibson Southern HS releases early Thursday, boil advisory issued

School officials tell us the high school will be releasing at 10:30 Thursday morning due to water issues.

Report shows college still a good value for Kentuckians

A new report issued by the state Council on Postsecondary Education says college credentials are still a good value for Kentuckians.

‘We’re not going to play along with this’: Gun rally organizer calling for peace ahead of Monday

Thousands of supporters of the Second Amendment are expected to show up in front of the Capitol Building Square on Monday for a gun rally put on by the Virginia Citizen Defense League (VACDL).

  I-64 back open after semi hauling cattle goes off the road in Perry Co.

We’re told the driver reached down, lost control, and went down an embankment.

  Morganfield PD searching for ‘armed, dangerous’ suspect

Officers say the man is believed to be armed and dangerous.

  Local farmers hopeful after President Trump signs initial trade deal

Farmers we talked to tell us there is potential for this agreement to have a positive impact on their farms. But, they wonder what really lies in the details of this Phase One Agreement.

  New plans for renovating Huntingburg Regional Airport terminal

Huntingburg Regional Aiport is ready for what leaders are calling a “long-overdue makeover.”

  Teacher Locker now open for more EVSC teachers

The Teacher Locker is a place where EVSC teachers can get free school supplies for their classrooms.

  OPD hopes to expand applicant pool with new program

Incoming police officers could soon earn a college degree while going through basic training.

Kentucky sports betting passes first hurdle

Sports bets already are being placed in states around Kentucky. Now, with a new governor who is backing sports betting, and bi-partisan support, the Bluegrass State is moving toward it.

  Dozens of animals finding homes thanks to It Takes a Village

Since they opened their doors, they have adopted out nearly 30 cats and dogs.

  Bend Gate Elem. students get Iditarod lesson

Karen Land, a former dog musher and one of her dogs, Noggin, taught students and faculty about the sport.

  Rainbow shirt and cake a ‘lifestyle violation,’ student expelled from private school

The private school claims the picture is the latest in two years’ worth of “lifestyle violations”.

  Pharmacy possibly opening in historic downtown building

A pharmacist is looking at opening a pharmacy in a historic building downtown.

  Mail service restored in W. Owensboro after stoppage

Back on Dec. 27, the city’s postal service sent a letter to residents that their mail would be suspended due to complaints from mail carriers that they were being attacked by dogs.

  Prosecution adds charge for mother arrested in connection of baby’s death

The mother arrested in connection with her baby’s death was back in court on Wednesday.

  Providence residents dealing with odd water problems after main break

According to city officials, the break, that happened in December, is causing odd water odor, discoloration, and taste.

  Gibson Co. home ‘a total loss’ after Tues. night fire

The fire happened around 9 p.m. at 201 North Scott Street in Owensville.

  Stats show majority of EFD runs not for fires

The stats from the Evansville Fire Department show they were called out 10,000 times in 2019.

  Former Evansville doctor sentenced in child porn case

Former Evansville doctor, John Honnigford, 47, was sentenced in federal court Wednesday to five years in prison.

Gibson Co. murder trial delayed for 4th time

A competency hearing is set for Jan. 24, and two weeks have now been reserved for the trial starting March 9.

  11 arrested during ‘Operation Dealer’s Choice’ in White Co.

Eleven people were arrested during a joint law enforcement operation in White County.

  From spark to inferno: How space heaters can cause a fire

Temperatures are supposed to drop and that might prompt people to break out the old space heater to keep warm. However, fire officials say you need to be careful.

  Mom accused of leaving 3 small kids alone to go buy drugs

Officers were called to an apartment on Tippecanoe Drive just before 2:15 a.m. Wednesday because a neighbor said children had been screaming for at least 30 minutes.

The Isaiah 1:17 Project encourages support of foster families on 1/17

The Isaiah 1:17 Project is calling Jan. 17 a “Day of Hope.”

Driver arrested after trooper stops him for speeding in stolen car, ISP says

The driver was identified as 22-year-old Cody A. Randall, of Jeffersonville.

  Puppies found tied in bags next to KY river

A total of 12 puppies are now recovering after they were found tied in bags in Webster County.

Kentucky sports betting bill gains momentum by clearing House panel

A House committee voted unanimously Wednesday to advance the measure.

  WB Lloyd back open after multiple-vehicle crash

There was a traffic alert for drivers in Evansville Wednesday morning.

  Gov. Holcomb discusses education funding during State of the State

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb addressed the future of the public education during the State of the State address Tuesday night.

  Construction underway at 425 Main Street in Downtown Evansville

The building has been home to several businesses over the last century, and developers hope it will soon be home to a few more.

  Henderson Co. Fiscal Court passes resolution in support of US, KY constitution

In Western Kentucky, some fiscal courts have passed resolutions affirming the second amendment. Henderson County is among them, except their resolution covers the entire constitution.

  Vanderburgh Co. Commissioners discuss Pigeon Creek maintenance

A bill discussed at the Vanderburgh County Commissioners meeting would bring three counties together to maintain, improve the Pigeon Creek waterway.

  Edgewater Grille in Newburgh still open, sale pending

Jackie is looking forward to the last few months of serving Newburgh and is asking everyone to come by and enjoy for one last time.

  Gov. Holcomb gives State of the State speech

Holcomb is set to speak Tuesday night before a joint session of the Indiana House and Senate nearly two months after several thousand teachers attended a Statehouse rally calling for better pay.

  Planning commission approves site plans for Homeplace of Henderson

The new senior assisted living facility is on the agenda for Tuesday night's Henderson Panning Commission meeting.

  Proposal to increase Wee Care costs for EVSC employees

The Wee Care program provides infant and pre-school care for EVSC employees’ children.

  Event Center construction well underway in Newburgh

Construction is coming along on the new Event Center in Newburgh.

  City commissioners hold special meeting to vote on annexation

The mayor says the key to the cities growth has to be annexation because Owensboro is a "land locked community."

  Kentucky governor reaffirms support for teacher pay raise in Commonwealth speech

The speech in the House chambers will be broadcast on Kentucky Educational Television.