Tonight the last rose is handed out during the season finale of the Bachelorette. While most of us don't turn to reality TV to find love, a lot of people search for it in unconventional ways. Could that be putting them in danger? We look into the latest trend of finding dates on your smart phone. "If you think they are attractive,
Evansville City Council passes a resolution asking for home rule on firework regulations. Council members recently tried to scale back the time frame fireworks can be used around the Fourth of July, only to find out state law prevents them from doing so. The city's ordinance allows folks to set off fireworks for 11 days around July 4, including the
Kentucky Representative Ed Whitfield sponsors the bill which bans the practice of using chemicals to produce a high step for horses. The issue centers on his wife. The complaint filed focuses on Connie Harriman Whitfield's lobbying efforts on the anti-soring bill. Congressman Whitfield says he started working on that bill before his wife got involved. The House Ethics Committee could
There is good news when it comes to the well-documented war on meth in Vanderburgh County. However, that good news comes with a catch.
Indiana's criminal sentencing reform took effect nearly a month ago and police detectives and prosecutors are still trying to take it all in. The overhaul brought sweeping changes for law enforcement officers, especially the Evansville Police Department's Meth Suppression Unit.
Your weather authority team has been working very hard to design a new weather app that is very specific to the tri-state, while putting the power of 5 meteorologists in your hands. Go to your app store and search for WEHT WTVW . Know what's coming to your neighborhood first! It's Your Weather Authority whenever and wherever you need it.
The National Bureau of Economic Research released the results of their survey this week. Researchers say out of the cities with a population higher than one million, people in Richmond, VA are the happiest. On that same scale, New Yorkers are the 'un-happiest.' Several midwest cities on that unhappy list, though: Louisville, Indianapolis, and St. Louis all listed in
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking about the Detective Nathan Schroer Bone Marrow Donor Drive this Saturday. Nathan Schroer lost his battle with leukemia last November after serving the Evansville Police Department and the community. Brad Byrd talks with EPD Detective Brian Turpin about this weekend's bone marrow donor drive and how it honors Detective Schroer. The event is this
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking about the main course restaurant challenge. Another plan to rejuvenate the downtown area land the Southwestern Indiana Chamber of Commerce is the driving force on this. Joining me now is Joshua Armstrong, the Director of the Downtown Alliance.