Start your engines. It's time for The Big Race Indy. Here you can see aerials of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway just before the race began. This is the 99th year for the big race. Hundreds of thousands of people turn out every year to see drivers speed around the two-and-a-half mile track 200 times. That totals 500 miles.
The cars are on the track for The Big Race Indy at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway!
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA -- With the warm weather here to stay and Memorial Day around the corner, motorcyclists are hitting the road in number. "You know, it's even better than a convertible," Rick Thompson, a motorcycle enthusiast, said. "I think it puts you more in touch with being out in nature and being among your surroundings," Dawn Morand, the general manager
Friday night families and friends gathered to have a vigil for Chrislon Talbott in Owensboro. Family members say they question police motives in the case.
Businesses have been preparing for the weekend for a few days now.
Fans show support for James Hinchcliffe after Monday's crash at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Retired race car driver A.J. Foyt and Hulman & Company CEO Mark Miles talk about the impact of the Indy 500 and its upcoming centennial anniversary.
Last Friday, a disability rights advocate from Evansville was honored at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ben Trockman received the Spirit of Ability Award and $1,000 donation to a charity of his choice for his work at Old National Bank and other efforts. Former IndyCar driver and co-owner of IndyCar Team Schmidt Peterson, Sam Schmidt, presented the award on Friday. Trockman
Some of those most beautiful images we see of the Tri-State are those of the Ohio River as it meanders through the southern Indiana and western Kentucky terrain. The Evansville Courier & Press has posted a poll on its website asking which city people think has the best riverfront in the area. Brad Byrd talks with Evansville Courier & Press