It's about nine months since those secret waiting lists were exposed at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA admits as many as 40 veterans died waiting for care. Since then, Congress passed a major overhaul of the agency, intended to improve care. Some of those changes being felt right here in the Tri-State. There is still a wait,
It started Monday at the Evansville City Council meeting, but Thursday, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke gets a scathing letter from a council member, suggesting his plan to increase security is costing a community their safety. Four people were arrested after a basketball game ended in alleged gang-related gunfire. The C.K. Newsome Center's open gym policy was then suspended. Now the city
An Owensboro metal recycling company celebrates a major safety award for staying sharp on the job. River Metals Recycling received the SHARP Status Award from the Kentucky Labor Cabinet. Sharp stands for "Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program. The company's gone six years without a work place accident. Workers crushed a car as part of today's award ceremony. "This is
African American Museum Once was Apartment Complexes
An avid boater and former tenant raises what he considers concerns with safety issues at Inland Marina in Evansville. The marina is owned by Ron Riecken, the husband of Indiana State Representative and Evansville mayoral candidate Gail Riecken.
Watch video of Vice Pres. Joe Biden as he makes a stop to visit students.
Political figures from across the country gathered in Owensboro today to honor former Kentucky Senator Wendell Ford, who passed away Thursday at the age of 90. Among those in attendance were former President Bill Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden. Clinton arrived in Owensboro sometime Monday night. Eyewitness News captured video Tuesday of Clinton's motorcade driving to Owensboro-Daviess County Regional
Sister Linda Campbell will be opening the doors of Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Monastery in Phoenix, Arizona to Super Bowl tourists this weekend. She graduated from Mater Dei High School in Evansville and attended St. Benedict Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand, Indiana, in the 1960's. Brad Byrd talks to Sister Campbell via satellite from Phoenix about how the convent is
On Monday, Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced the new plans for the downtown convention hotel will be released by the end of the week. Brad Byrd sits down with Bob Warren, the Executive Director of the Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau, to discuss the need for the convention hotel and its impact on tourism in Evansville.