A tragic ending to a missing child case in Western Kentucky. Police say they found the body of a missing two-year-old girl in a well on Monday. Laynee Wallace had been missing for more than a week. Her mother's boyfriend, Anthony Barbour, was considered a suspect in the disappearance. Barbour, who lived with the girl and her mother in his
One Evansville boy is in Washington D.C. Tuesday morning beginning his quest for the National Spelling Bee title. Reese Perry won the Southwestern Indiana Spelling Bee in February. Reese just graduated Friday from the 6th grade at Washington Middle School. He and his family traveled to the nation's capital this weekend and Tuesday morning he takes the first test. If
The retired president of the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center is receiving national honors. Ray Raisor was given the “Extra Mile Award” at the National Easter Seals Leadership Summit in Chicago. This award goes to people who have "built great movements that have created enduring change in America." Raisor retired just last month after leading the rehabilitation center in Evansville for
There are 4,900 crosses in Henderson Central Park. Among them, is Admiral Husband Kimmel. A man whose rank remains in question.
It's a day some tend to forget the meaning of. For Ruth Wallis, it's a journey she remembers monthly.
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