The woman who sheriff's deputies say caused last week's fatal accident on the Lloyd Expressway will not face criminal charges. Authorities say she lost control of her vehicle because of a medical condition. Sheriff Dave Wedding described the crash as nothing other than an absolute tragedy. The woman crossed over the median near University Parkway, crashing into an oncoming semi.
The Muhlenberg County woman accused of killing her ex-husband last month has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of murder and tampering with physical evidence. Investigators say 61-year-old Brenda Hardin shot and killed Ronnie Hardin at the home they once shared together in Central City. Authorities say she later moved his truck to keep anyone from knowing he
Southern Illinois drivers get ready for lots of orange barrels. Route 130 north of Grayville is being resurfaced. Highway 11 from County Highway 7 to just west of Allendale is being repaired in Wabash County. And I-64 in Wayne County is being paved as well. They're all part Illinois Governor Pat Quinn's $31 billion jobs now program. A program we're
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An Evansville City Councilwoman is in the clear after a lengthy investigation determined she didn't break state law when she secretly recorded a confidential meeting with state auditors concerning the state of the city's finances.
Concerns are growing about the spread of the deadly ebola virus. From signs and symptoms to where the latest cases have been found, to progress being made in suppressing the ebola virus ... These are links to where you can information on the deadly disease: Prevention methods Signs and Symptoms Risk of Exposure Diagnosis Treatment Ebola Resources
Your weather authority team has been working very hard to design a new weather app that is very specific to the tri-state, while putting the power of 5 meteorologists in your hands. Go to your app store and search for WEHT WTVW . Know what's coming to your neighborhood first! It's Your Weather Authority whenever and wherever you need it.
Changes are coming to the parent company of the Evansville Courier & Press and The Gleaner. E.W. Scripps plans to merge with Journal Communications. Both companies will spin their newspaper companies into a new publicly-traded company, Journal Media Group. Radio and television stations will stay with Scripps. Journal Media Group will be based in Milwaukee and employ 3,600 people. Brad
A landmark thousands have entered and drive by everyday is facing a big change. Tonight, EVSC school board member, Mike Duckworth joins me. As we reported Monday, the school board approved renaming the stadium Owen Stadium after Archie and Louise Owen. But we want to take a close look at this big renovation that will literally transform the stadium. The