An accident on a major Tri-State highway restricts traffic. The Warrick County Sheriff's Office says it happened on the eastbound Lloyd Expressway and Epworth Road. Authorities say a semi-truck was involved in a three car accident. Officials believe injuries are involved in this accident. The sheriff's office is asking drivers to avoid the area. They say diesel fuel is on
A partial mudslide shuts down a lane of the Western Kentucky Parkway in Muhlenberg County overnight All of this rain caused one of the eastbound lanes at the 51 mile marker to become covered in mud and rocks. Emergency management officials, along with state highway crews brought in equipment to clear the debris. And after a couple of hours the
An overnight gas leak forces some residents from their homes. This happened around one this morning in the 2500 block of Mohr Road. That's off of St. Joe Avenue. A resident detected the smell of gas and alerted authorities. Once emergency crews arrived, the decision was made to evacuate part of the area. Crews from German Township brought in command
A giant barge with a giant crane arrived at inland marina Tuesday afternoon to aid in the effort to pluck three sunken boats from the bottom of the river. For the second straight day, crews continued the delicate and dangerous process of trying to raise the sunken vessels destroyed by fire three weeks ago. Investigators believe one of those burned
Evansville Arc Receives $2500
Kidabaloo Sunday is Kidabaloo at Old National Events Plaza. The event will be from noon until 4 p.m. The special guest will be Calum Worthy, who plays “Dez” on Disney Channel's “Austin and Ally.” “Dez” will be on hand to sign autographs and take pictures. There will also be inflatables, a bungee trampoline, crafts and live music. Tickets are $25
A historic vote Thursday on your internet and how you receive it. The FCC voted to reclassify internet service providers as common carriers and impose regulations similar to those imposed on utilities, like water and gas. But what is Net Neutrality? And how does it affect you? This simple short video with graphics sums it up.
Evansville city officials travel to Indianapolis today to discuss funding for the IU Medical School. Mayor Lloyd Winnecke tweeted a picture of today's meeting with Governor Mike Pence. Officials talked about the importance the medical school would have on the city. Mayor Winnecke announced in February House Republicans included money to cover construction for the campus in their spending plan.
Another special hearing pushed back Thursday regarding the McCurdy Hotel building that has been withering on the vine for years. The Kunkel Group agreed to let city officials directly meet with a reputable lender to discuss financing and renovations of the property. The meeting will now be held on March 12, at 1 p.m. The property near downtown Evansville has