Yet another major retailer could be hit by hackers trying to steal your credit card information. The Secret Service is now investigating a possible breach at the office supply store, Staples. Company representatives say some of the computer systems have been compromised, but it's still to early to know how many credit cards may be affected. Staples is based in
Fewer people in the Tri-State are filing for unemployment benefits. The Labor Department issues the latest jobless report, which shows some progress for our region especially in Indiana. Indiana's unemployment rate has continued to be less than the national average for nine months in a row. In September, it dropped to 5.7%. Kentucky's rate dropped to 7.7%. That's the lowest
A Tri-State manufacturer expands its Kentucky operations. Governor Steve Beshear announces Castlen Welding & Manufacturing plans to expand its Daviess County operations. Castlen manufacturers material handling equipment for fertilizer and grain industries. Castlen is investing nearly $3.9 million into the project and expects to create up to 30 new jobs. Castlen’s new facility will allow the company to expand its
Illegal dumping is not just a problem for rural areas. It can be found everywhere from back alleys to abandoned properties in Evansville. Fred Cook, the president of the Center City Improvement Association, believes the issue can affect an entire neighborhood.
Dozens of kids and their parents gather for America's past time on Evansville's north side this afternoon.
As the Giants and Royals face off on the field, a personal finance website crunches the stats on striking World Series facts . In honor of the 110th World Series, Wallethub amasses a collection of some of the most interesting facts and figures related to the event. From ticket sales and TV numbers to salaries and economic impact, this infographic
The Henderson County Tourist Commission is asking for the public's input in shaping the future of the community. They've set-up a multi-day event in October where the public is invited to share their vision for Henderson.The first session is Monday, at the Henderson County Extension Education & Expo Center (near East Heights), at 11AM for a Project Overview and Public
Eyewitness News continues its Conversation with the Candidates tonight, as we are about two weeks away from Election Day. Brad Byrd talks with Tony Goben, the Democratic candidate in the Indiana State Representative District 76 race. He's facing Republican incumbent Wendy McNamara, who is scheduled to appear on Eyewitness News at 9 p.m. on week from tonight on Monday, October
This Saturday, local World War II veterans will take a flight to our nation's capital. More than 70 veterans will be on the Honor Flight from Evansville. Brad Byrd sits down with Patrick Savage, a Vietnam Veteran and Veteran Outreach Chairman, and Ashley Gregg, the Chair of the Evansville Committee for the Honor Flight, who both played major parts in