Indiana News

  Law enforcement preparing for holiday travel

Indiana State Police tell us anytime there’s a holiday, they tend to see more people injured and killed on the highways.

  Officials in Newburgh cancel 2 holiday events due to COVID-19

  Vanderburgh Co. Health Dept. to receive inspection assistance

  Authorities continue investigating deadly officer-involved shooting

14UA National Softball Championship set for 2022 in Evansville

3 more students at Evansville Catholic schools test positive for COVID-19

$2.2 million Hoosier Lotto jackpot hit in Santa Claus

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89 restaurants in Vanderburgh Co. receive cease and desist letters for COVID-19 violations

  4 local meat processors awarded money to help offset coronavirus impact

  UE offering fan cutouts for purchase ahead of upcoming basketball season

Lilly King breaks swimming records in Budapest

Indiana passes 300K coronavirus cases; 210 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

  EFD urging public to cook with caution this Thanksgiving holiday

  DNR: Evansville man arrested for timber theft

Indiana conservation officers arrested an Evansville man after a year-long timber theft investigation.

  27th annual Ritzy’s Fantasy of Lights opening Thanksgiving

The Fantasy of Lights opens on Thanksgiving and runs until New Year’s Day.

  UE offering rapid-result COVID-19 testing to students returning home

UE will begin offering free, rapid-result testing to students who are planning to return home for Thanksgiving Break.

  Different COVID-19 testing options & the best ways to get your results

As coronavirus cases are rising, the likelihood of finding out you’ve been exposed is also rising.

  Toyota announces $500K in grants to VU, OCU

  Evansville Rescue Mission holding Gobbler Gathering Tuesday

  Traffic Alert: Closures planned on Lincoln and Burkhardt

  High school students in Warrick Co. going all virtual

  VCSO warning community on possible increase in porch pirates

  Deputies seeking identity of home theft suspects in Spencer Co.

  Coronavirus spike instigates new wave of panic-buying shoppers

The coronavirus supply shortage is happening yet again.

  Passengers flying despite CDC warning against Thanksgiving holiday travel

Despite the CDC’s recommendation against traveling for Thanksgiving, airports throughout the country have been busy this weekend, including Evansville Regional Airport.

  2 Evansville homes struck by bullets over the weekend

Evansville police respond to two separate shots fired runs over the weekend.

  Tri-State stores prepare for holiday shopping surge

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, stores across the Tri-State prepare for a holiday shopping surge.

Traffic Alert: Car crash with injuries near St. Joseph Ave. and Franklin St.

According to Evansville Central Dispatch, a car crash with injuries occurred near St. Joseph Avenue and Franklin Street in Evansville on Sunday afternoon.

State map shows 48 new COVID-19 deaths, 3 reported in our area

The Indiana State Department of Health is reporting 6,255 new coronavirus cases and 48 new deaths.

Man in jail on several charges after traffic stop

An Evansville man is in jail on multiple charges after a traffic stop.

EPD responds to reported robbery Sat.

Officers responded to the 1700 block of Stevens Avenue in reference to a holdup report. That’s where police met with the victim.

  Police: 2 dead after early morning shooting in Jasper

The Jasper Police Department is investigating a deadly shooting that happened at the Maple Grove Trailer Park early Saturday morning.

  Evansville man and woman arrested on several dealing charges

An Evansville man and woman are in jail on several drug-related charges after a traffic stop early Saturday morning.

Crews respond to overnight garage fire in Evansville

According to the Evansville Fire Department, firefighters were dispatched to the 3300 block of Austin Avenue around 3:32 a.m. on Saturday.

State map shows 40 new COVID-19 deaths; 146 new cases in Vanderburgh Co.

The Indiana State Department of Health is reporting 6,983 new coronavirus cases and 40 new deaths on Saturday.

Indiana woman finds creative punishment for son with social media help

Linda Hublard was shocked when her son Gavin, 14, was charged with vandalism in November. Now she's making him pay his own fees.

  New restaurant brings worldly flavors to downtown Evansville

What was first a Nabisco Factory, then home to the National Biscuit Company, has once again been given new life.

  Donations needed for ‘Totes of Hope’

The American Red Cross, along with Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, is once again launching the Totes of Hope, to help give back to low-income and homeless veterans in the Evansville area.

  Settlement reached between Walter McCarty and First Federal Savings Bank

In September, the bank alleged McCarty owed them $45,000 plus interest for money borrowed in October of 2018.

  EPD: Man shot to death, woman claiming to do it shot in the foot

Officers were called to the 1300 block of N. Fulton for a report of shots fired.

  Coroner: Cause of death released for suspect in alleged Loft Cove break-in

The suspect in a weekend break-in reported in the 100 block of Loft Cove has died.

2 more COVID-19 deaths, 184 new cases reported in Vanderburgh Co.

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 6,912 new positive cases and 63 new COVID-19 related deaths Friday.

  Sheriff’s office warning about porch pirates ahead of holiday season

As the holiday season nears, the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of porch pirates.

  Community One dedicates newly renovated home in Evansville

Friday in Evansville, community leaders dedicated a new home in the Glenwood neighborhood.

  Schwinghamer chosen as next mayor in Huntingburg

Huntingburg mayoral candidate Steve Schwinghammer was voted by a caucus on Thursday evening to replace current Mayor Denny Spinner.

  Evansville brothers find a forever home

Inside a courtroom on Thursday morning, David and Kayla Delong made it official, becoming the proud parents of two little boys.

  Tri-State mayors, hospital officials urge people not to get together for Thanksgiving

Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke was joined by Henderson Mayor Steve Austin, Mount Vernon Mayor Bill Curtis, Princeton Mayor Greg Wright, and Boonville Mayor Charlie Wyatt for a press conference on Wednesday.

  Substitute teachers needed in Evansville as classroom demands continue to grow

School officials are seeing more and more teachers consider early retirement, or even resigning because of recent demands.

  Evansville Police officer honored for distinguished service

Only 23 law enforcement officers across the country received this honor.

Evansville holds virtual Christmas tree lighting ceremony

Evansville’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony was online this year.

Berry Global reports record 4th quarter & fiscal year 2020 results

Berry Global released its fourth-quarter results on Thursday.

  EVPL shifting to curbside services only

Due to the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases, officials with the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library will shift to curbside only services beginning Monday, November 23.

IN reports 7.4K new COVID-19 cases, 4 new local deaths

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 7,420 new positive cases and 59 new COVID-19 related deaths Thursday.

  Two Posey Co. men facing child porn charges

Officials say 34-year-old Corey Hobbs and 39-year-old Branden Wagner were arrested.

  House collapses in Evansville

Officials say there was a report of a house collapse in the 300 block of Edgar Street late Thursday morning.

Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra to hold free performance Thurs.

Philharmonic officials say this performance is a part of its free Diversity Series called “Connect & Celebrate: New Traditions.”

  Funeral homes feeling ‘overwhelmed’ from COVID-19 pandemic

As the pandemic continues, funeral homes are having to adapt quickly during the deadly COVID-19 public health emergency.

INDOT receives public comment on pedestrian crossing near Bosse H.S.

The meeting is to offer the public a chance to comment on the recommended pedestrian crossing on US 41 at Washington Ave.

  Juvenile charged after Evansville shooting

Evansville police are investigating a shooting on the city’s south side that happened Tuesday night.

  Deaconess breaks ground on new medical center in Newburgh

The 140,000 square-foot facility will allow patients with digestive disorders to receive care from GI experts in one centralized location at Deaconess Gateway Hospital.

  3 people, including toddler, hit by car outside Evansville Meijer

Evansville Police say three people, including a toddler were sent to the hospital after a car drove up on the sidewalk outside of Meijer.

Evansville Rescue Mission’s ‘Drumstick Dash’ canceled

The Evansville Rescue Mission says they submitted an application, but it was denied.

  IN reports 2 new local COVID-19 deaths; Perry and Spencer in red

Wednesday, the Indiana State Department of Health reported 6,143 new positive cases and 60 new COVID-19 related deaths.

  Wadesville home fully engulfed in fire when crews arrive

Fire crews were called to the 200 block of N. Oliver Road in Wadesville late Wednesday morning.

Josh Minkler resigns as U.S. Attorney for Southern District of IN

He plans to join a private law firm in the Indianapolis area.

  Bishop calls for temporary suspension of in-person UMC services

The Bishop of the Indiana Conference of The United Methodist Church is calling for churches to suspend in-person services for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19.

  Tri-State has deadliest day since pandemic started

Coronavirus death tolls shatter in parts of the Tri-State.

‘A Downtown Christmas’ canceled due to Gov. Holcomb’s limit on gatherings

A pair of Christmas events have been canceled due to COVID-19.

  Vanderburgh Co. Health Depart. sends ‘cease and desist’ letters to businesses

The Vanderburgh County Health Department says it’s sending “cease and desist letters” to businesses that are disregarding the state’s COVID guidelines.

  New plans revealed for Evansville’s 5th and Main Street

The Evansville skyline will soon change. The tallest building within a 100 mile radius, 420 Main, will be demolished in 2021.

  Tri-State hospitals provide capacity updates

With COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise, 14 News checked in with small hospitals in our area to see how their numbers were stacking up in terms of ICU beds available, staffing and PPE.

  EPD looking for reported stolen camper

Evansville police are trying to find a stolen camper.

  Man found guilty of murder, attempted murder in April 2019 shooting

On Tuesday, the Vanderburgh County jury found Elijah Parchman guilty of murder and attempted murder following a shooting that took place in April 2019.

  Youth First, Joshua Academy receives $25K grant

That money will be used to start Youth First Social Work services at the school.

1 person displaced after apartment fire in Evansville

One person has been displaced after a fire Tuesday afternoon.

  Warrick Co. buys mobile morgue

With so many COVID-19 deaths across the country, emergency officials in many states are worried they don’t have enough room in the county morgues.

Evansville’s Christmas tree lighting event going virtual

Evansville city officials announced on Tuesday that the annual Christmas tree lighting event will now be held virtually.

Dream Center celebrates newly renovated gym

The Dream Center Evansville announced the renovation of its gym with the help of the Indianapolis NBA All-Star Legacy Committee.

10 more local COVID-19 related deaths; 84 new deaths statewide

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 5,541 new positive cases and 84 new COVID-19 related deaths Tuesday.

  Gibson Co. Health Department offering free COVID-19 testing site

Officials tell us that testing will be available to all members of the public regardless of symptoms.

  When you should get tested while heading into winter months

Doctors at Deaconess say if you have any symptoms of flu or COVID-19, you should get tested.