AT&T is hiring again. The company claims to have hired more than 90 people in Evansville since the beginning of the year. Now AT&T is announcing 40 more positions in call centers and stores located in Evansville. Statewide, the communications company has hired more than 340 employees since the beginning of the year. The announcement of these available positions continues
44-year-old Michael Anthony Foster of Evansville is being held without bond in the Vanderburgh County Jail on charges of Impersonating a Public Servant, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of a Controlled Substance and Resisting Law Enforcement. His arrest comes after Vanderburgh County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to Angel Mounds Monday evening to a report of a man allegedly identifying
The Henderson County Water District is advising residents of a boil advisory that has been issued due to a break in a water main. The following locations in Henderson County are under the boil advisory until further notice: On Highway 1078 North: Addresses starting with 8641 through 5829. The boil advisory is also in affect for all addresses on the
The Vanderburgh County Fair is going on now and the Hopkins County Fair kicks off Tuesday. For full event schedules click here for Vanderburgh County Fair info and here for the Hopkins County Fair.
In Evansville A traffic alert for the intersection of Boonville New Harmony and HWY-41. The main entrance to the Vanderburgh County 4H Fair is just across the railroad tracks on Boonville New Harmony. When a train is crossing, traffic can back up to HWY-41. VCSO is asking drivers to use caution when traveling in this area for the week; and
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking about living in Ukraine, especially in these very troubled and dangerous times. The eastern part of the country has dealt with violence the past few months with Pro-Russian Separatists, and it's now escalated to a global issue after Malaysia Air Flight 17 was shot down over the hostile territory. Brad Byrd sits down with
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking about a homemade explosive device found in an Evansville apartment. Evansville Police were called to Sunbrust Dr. around 9:30 last night with a graffiti complaint. That's where police arrested 19-year-old Jake Fuchs and 18-year-old Jourdan McNeely after they discovered an explosive capable of causing serious damage and death. Brad Byrd sits down with Officer