People on Evansville's southeast side are warning people to keep an eye on their dogs. Neighbors say several dogs recently went missing from people's yards on the southeast side and in neighborhoods around the University of Evansville. While it's unclear what the individual or individuals might be doing with the dogs, Southeast Side Neighborhood Association President Tom Littlepage says the
A project to restore one of Evansville's famous landmarks is officially underway. Indiana landmarks began restoring the exterior of the Greyhound terminal today. The station's signature blue panels, pylons, and steel windows will be removed giving people a view of the structure's skeleton for the first time since 1938. The architectural elements will be restored and reinstalled. Crews hope to
Election applications are now being accepted for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation board. Current board member Andy Guarino is first to file. This will be his first school board election. Guarino was appointed last year to fill the remaining term of Sally Baker. If you're interested in running, sign up at the Vanderburgh County Clerk's Office. The EVSC board is
To make way for the new 930 area code in southwestern Indiana, 10-digit dialing will become required come September 6th. However, the addition of three digits is forcing one Evansville company to re-program 30 years worth of business. It's a massive undertaking and Danny Koester, the president of ABK, worries another hurdle might force an extension of that deadline.
Key stakeholders come together in hopes of curbing animal cruelty in Vanderburgh County. By forming a task force, officials hope to reach their goal through prevention, protection and prosecution.
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
July 23 is National Hot Dog Day! Tabnie, Greg and Kara step outside to grill up some wieners courtesy of Kangaroo Express. All day Kangaroo Express locations nationwide are giving hotdogs away to those with a military ID or anyone who shows a downloaded Kangaroo Express app on their smartphone. We listed all of the tri-state locations that are participating
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.
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking about living in Ukraine, especially in these very troubled and dangerous times. The eastern part of the country has dealt with violence the past few months with Pro-Russian Separatists, and it's now escalated to a global issue after Malaysia Air Flight 17 was shot down over the hostile territory. Brad Byrd sits down with