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  A comeback for Inner City Youth Basketball League following canceled 2020 season

Players finally made their long-awaited return to the court this weekend.

  Police investigating after man shot, vehicle crashes into 2 homes in Evansville

  Roadway back open following single motorcycle crash in Vanderburgh Co.

  5 pets die in house fire in Posey Co.

Vectren map shows power restored after reported outage in Evansville

ISP hosting drug take back day

Ind. reports over 40 new coronavirus cases in local counties

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Affidavit: Man charged after threatening, hitting victim with knife

  Police: Catalytic converter cut from company’s vehicle

  Affidavit: Intoxicated wrong-way driver in jail after causing crash on Morgan Ave.

  Sikh community calls for gun reforms after FedEx shooting

  Coroner releases identity of 3-year-old boy killed in Evansville house fire

  Evansville, Owensboro hockey teams eliminated, ending historic runs at USA Nationals

Evansville man facing multiple charges after stealing vehicle & trailer

An Evansville man is in jail on multiple charges after police say he stole a work vehicle Friday.

Ind. reports over 20 new coronavirus cases in local counties

Saturday, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 1,263 new coronavirus cases and five more deaths.

  Authorities: Man arrested after punching deputy in the face in Spencer Co.

A Spencer County man is in jail after authorities say he punched a deputy in the face Thursday evening.

  Police: Pedestrian in ICU after being hit by vehicle on Washington Ave.

A pedestrian is currently in the ICU after being hit by a vehicle Friday night.

  Rampage bounce back, Thunder suffer first defeat at USA Nationals

  Gun reform advocate reacts to Indianapolis mass shooting, pushes for Senate action

  Man charged with arson sentenced to prison for Evansville apartment fires

  Evansville Trail Coalition asking for public input on I-69 Ohio River Crossing

  Indianapolis man relocates, volunteers at COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Evansville for weeks

  COVID-19 vaccine clinics held in housing complex lobbies

  Indianapolis police identify 8 victims killed in mass shooting

Authorities say a gunman killed eight people and wounded several others before apparently taking his own life.

  Evansville man asking for donations to get electric scooter

Salvation Army staff say they look forward to seeing White every day and hope he can get some help.

  Traffic stop leads to drug arrest in Gibson Co.

Deputies say a fake license plate and an outstanding warrant lead to the arrest of 38-year-old Kara Smith in Gibson County.

  EPD looking for suspect who had counterfeit money

The Evansville Police Department is asking for help finding the person who tried to pass a fake $100 bill at the Washington Ave. Schnucks on March 23.

  LST 325 hosting two film crews next week

The Smithsonian Channel will be filming on Monday, and Pigasus Pictures will be onboard Tuesday.

  The Refinery in Newburgh announces closure

Owners say their last day will be Monday, May 31.

  Mistrial in attempted murder case in Posey Co.

Kyler Butler was arrested after a shooting that happened in January 2018.

  Ind. reports 16 new COVID cases, 1 new death in Vanderburgh Co.

Friday, Indiana reported 1,327 new COVID-19 cases and 14 new deaths.

EPD identifies suspect in porch pirate case

The Evansville Police Department says they have identified the suspect in a porch pirate case.

Officials: Semi drives off I-64 in Warrick Co., driver reportedly fell asleep

That accident happened near mile marker 43, around the exit to Boonville.

  J&J COVID-19 vaccine clinic canceled in Dubois Co.

A cancellation text or email should be sent to everyone who had an appointment.

  Police: Missing Evansville woman returns home

EPD says officers talked to her and she appears to be fine.

  Evansville Thunder victorious, Owensboro Ramage stumbles at USA Nationals

The Evansville Thunder and Owensboro Rampage both made history for their respective programs as the first teams to ever compete at USA Hockey Nationals.

  Downtown Evansville restaurant closes for the week due to worker shortage

Arazu on Main is having trouble maintaining a staff, which is something businesses across the country have had issues with recently.

  Native Americans reburied at Angel Mounds

Officials with Indiana University say they worked with several tribal nations to complete repatriation at the site.

Ind. reports 9 new COVID deaths statewide, 20 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

Thursday, Indiana reported 1,408 new COVID-19 cases and nine new deaths.

  Signature HealthCARE SAFEGUARD program aims to limit exposure of infectious viruses

The program is aimed to limit exposure to residents and staff who live and work in the facilities as well as families who visit.

  Multiple pets die in morning house fire in Evansville

Officials say four people were inside at the time, but all made it out safely.

  Posey Co. family hoping for FEMA help after woman’s COVID death

The Wallers lost their rock when 83-year-old Mary died, but FEMA funds could help soften the blow financially.

  First responders visit kids in Newburgh

April is Autism Awareness Month, and kids in Newburgh got a visit from first responders on Wednesday.

  14 News interviews gold medalist Lilly King with 100 days left before Tokyo Olympics

King won two gold medals in the 2016 Olympics in Rio, one in the 100-meter breaststroke and one in the women’s 4x100-meter medley.

  Evansville awards Tri-State Towing with another city contract

It’s official, Tri-State Towing will be awarded the city of Evansville’s towing contract again.

  Title IX attorney explains UE investigation process

A former UE student is targeting the University and accusing former Men’s Basketball Coach Walter McCarty of rape.

Downtown Princeton renovating old Greek’s building

Brothers Louis and Peter Andriakos opened Greeks at 201 N. Hart Street in 1906.

Tell City man sentenced in Medicaid fraud case

The Kentucky Attorney General says Eric Daum pleaded guilty to one count of Devising or Engaging in a Scheme to Defraud Medicaid of $300 or more, a Class D Felony.

  Lights working again at Hwy 41 & Washington Ave.

That’s the area INDOT is changing the traffic flow in preparation for a pedestrian bridge.

  Evansville teen picks up history book, grabs Dan Rather’s attention

Some kids have a hard time finding interest in history books, but it can be even harder when you have autism.

  COVID-19 vaccine walk-in clinic held at Old National Events Plaza

This is the first time the Vanderburgh County Health Department has opened its clinic to walk-in visitors.

  Promise Zone mobile app gives Evansville residents access to COVID-19 resources

Officials say the Promise Zone mobile app has assisted more than 6,000 Evansville residents.

  INDOT hosting virtual job fair

Officials are hosting a virtual job fair Wednesday.

  EPD officers starting ‘Walking Wednesdays’

Officers plan to walk around neighborhoods and meet with those in the community.

Person taken to hospital after being hit by car in Evansville

That person was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.

  Harrison High School tennis coach passes away unexpectedly

Trapp was well known within the city’s tennis community,

  4 Evansville firefighters honored at award ceremony

The Evansville Fire Merit Commission hosted an award ceremony to honor firefighters.

  Princeton police searching for man involved in shooting

The Gibson County Sheriff’s Office says the Princeton Police Department is searching for a man involved in a shooting.

  More than a third of Vanderburgh Co. residents fully vaccinated; health department eyes possible EVSC partnership

The number of people across Vanderburgh County getting vaccinated is growing.

  EPD’s Crime Prevention Unit cleans up graffiti around Evansville

EPD says the free service is paid for by community donations.

  Ascension St. Vincent offering free, at-home colon cancer screening kits

Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women, according to the American Cancer Society.

  Officials asking residents to double-check recycling in Dubois Co.

Officials are asking people to keep a closer eye on what they put into recycling in Dubois County.

  Tri-State reacts after CDC puts Johnson & Johnson vaccine on pause

The decision comes after the CDC reported at least six U.S. cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot.

Vanderburgh Co. officials to host ‘Tox-Away Day’ this weekend

The Vanderburgh County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, or Tox-Away Day, will be this Saturday.

  EFD: Old Business 41 fire appears intentional

It broke out shortly after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

  Sky Zone, along with area businesses, support Youth First

Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Evansville has a new Youth First Wall of Support.

16 new COVID-19 deaths in Ind., 27 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

Indiana state health officials are notifying all vaccination clinics to pause the administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

  Lane restrictions expected on I-64 in Perry Co. for bridge painting project

That’s the bridges spanning Cloverdale Road about two miles east of State Road 145.

  Traffic pattern changes planned at U.S. 41 and Washington Ave.

They are in preparations for the upcoming pedestrian crossing project.

  McDonald’s manager reacts to man shot in drive-thru on Washington Ave.

One person was taken to the hospital after being shot at a McDonald’s in Evansville.

  Evansville City Council votes on HUD money

Evansville’s $3.7 million housing and urban development funding distribution has been finalized.

  Former UE student suing the University, accusing former Coach Walter McCarty of rape

A former University of Evansville student is suing the school and accusing former Men’s Basketball Coach Walter McCarty of rape.

U.S. District Court warning Hoosiers of scam

The U.S. District Court is warning Hoosiers of a scam related to the Court system.

Authorities: Crash sends 1 person to hospital in Warrick Co.

One person was taken to the hospital after a crash in Warrick County.

  FEMA accepting applicants for COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Program

“This has been a tough year for people financially, and then to may be able to receive some type of reimbursement for a funeral would be of great assistance to them,” said Ziemer.

  Gilda’s Club Evansville announces rebrand with new name

Gilda’s Club Evansville, providing emotional and social support for people living with cancer, has rebranded with a new name.

Evansville Catholic schools report 3 new positive COVID-19 cases

The Diocese gives regular updates.

  $1.5 Million gift to be used for new Clinical Psychology program at UE

Officials with the University of Evansville say a $1.5 million gift from the Koch Foundation will support the development of a new Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program.

Salvation Army’s War on Hunger surpasses goal

14 News teamed up again with the Salvation Army to host the annual War on Hunger drive outside area Schnucks locations.

  Gibson Co. Sheriff’s Office warns public to be on lookout for counterfeit bills

If you get a suspected counterfeit bill, contact your local law enforcement so they can investigate.

  Ind. reports 24 new COVID cases locally, new no deaths

Monday, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 908 new coronavirus cases and three additional deaths.