Indiana State Police say a Vincennes man is recovering after an almost deadly crash on Lower Fort Knox Road in Knox County. This happenend after midnight Friday morning. Troopers say Cameron Gillingham was speeding when his car left the road, and hit a tree head on. He was trapped but his passenger was able to get
With the help of a drug sniffing dog, Indiana State Police arrest a man for multiple charges including driving while intoxicated. Troopers say they stopped James Taylor on Highway 41 near 164 around 11 PM for a traffic violation. They say after noticing signs of impairment, a K-9 was brought in and found drugs on the driver
Today's heavy rain caused some problems for drivers. This picture sums it up. You can see the black car stalled in the water. This was taken just west of Division St. and Main St., the area is notorious for flooding. Eventually the newly formed lake dried up. Emergency crews had a busy night responding to high water calls.
The centerpiece of a grand plan moves foward in hopes of injecting new life at Haynie's Corner near Downtown A new injection of life. By using $150,000 in public money, the City of Evansville was able to leverage $1 million in private investment to renovate two historic buildings.
Jordan McGuire, a former Harrison High School teacher, is a free man after being acquitted of criminal deviate conduct on Tuesday. However, in 2007, McGuire faced similar charges in Saline County, IL. Upon being hired at Harrison, McGuire's initial background check didn't show the 2007 charges because of a case filing issue in Saline County, EVSC officials said.
Concerns are growing about the spread of the deadly ebola virus. From signs and symptoms to where the latest cases have been found, to progress being made in suppressing the ebola virus ... These are links to where you can information on the deadly disease: Prevention methods Signs and Symptoms Risk of Exposure Diagnosis Treatment Ebola Resources Here's some background
Now there's an easy way to find almost every teacher, from every school in the EVSC. Simply click the link , then select a school and type the first letter of the last name. http://rdsteach.evsc.k12.in.us/rdsdirectory/
Monday, Eyewitness News sat down with Lt. Kirk Byram, who is running for Vanderburgh County Sheriff. The Evansville Courier & Press did a front page story on Byram's past financial problems that included bankruptcy. Lt. Byram sent out a media release the next day calling Sheriff Wedding the "sheriff of sleaze" and referred to him as "Barney Fife." Brad Byrd
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking more about the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's race. U.S. Bankruptcy Court documents show sheriff candidate Lt. Kirk Byram filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2008 involving $1 million of debt. Documents show Lt. Byram received $140,000 of loans from his mother, and she has not been paid back. Brad Byrd sits down with Lt. Byram,