The October shooting isn’t the only time blood was shed at Post 354. Another shooting in the parking lot in 2017 left one man dead and three others injured. After this second mass shooting, local and state legion leaders met to address the violence.
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.
It’s been more than a year since #MeToo spread across the internet putting a voice to the stories of many sexual assault and harassment survivors. You might think the movement’s dying down, but a group in Owensboro is still seeing the “Me Too” effects. They’re doing something about it.
Vacant homes are a problem the City of Evansville has faced for years. City officials say they reduce property values and bring crime to the area, but now there are so many people coming together to fix the issue.
Bringing home our missing soldiers is an effort our country works to achieve every year. Many cases have been solved with modernized forensic technology, and now a Perry County family has their answers.
had Bennett owns 5 Star Security Systems LLC. It’s his job 24/7 to keep his customers' homes safe. But we asked him to do a 360-degree evaluation of his house and right at the front door, we found our first issue.
Thousands of Medicaid users are being left in the dark unable to get to doctor's appointments. 14 News received an email from a woman who said a new Medicaid transportation program has caused her to miss her last five appointments.
In her latest investigation, Stefanie Silvey talks about the unsolved mystery surrounding three young people who disappeared in Owensboro in 1986, including an interview with the man police considered a potential suspect.
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