Indiana State Health Commissioner, Dr. William VanNess has resigned. Dr. VanNess has only served as Commissioner for a year and a half. He was appointed by Governor Mike Pence as the Indiana State Health Commissioner on January 14, 2013. Dr. VanNess says he is regretfully leaving the role “strickly for personal reasons.” Here is his full official statement: “It has
The Indiana Emergency Response Commission (IERC) honors Sherman Greer with a meritorious award in recognition of more than 2 decades of exemplary service to Vanderburgh County. Greer, the Democratic Party’s candidate for Vanderburgh County’s District 2 County Commissioner seat, served 23 years as the head of the county’s Emergency Management/Homeland Security office. During that time, he coordinated and oversaw relief
The biggest pre-1949 car show in the world is happening this weekend in Vanderburgh County! The hot rods will be rolling in this weekend to the Vanderburgh County 4H center, for the 40th annual Frog Follies. Doors opened at 6:00am after hundreds of cars lined up, all waiting to get those prime spots to show off their shiny vintage cars.
D'Angelo shares weekend events from the Tristate and Monte Skelton
Eyewitness News has learned board members for Henderson County Health Care Corp., the parent company of Red Banks Skilled Nursing Center, were paid for serving on the board. According to the non-profit's federal tax returns, board members received more than $200,000 over the past three years. This policy comes despite many non-profits not paying their board members.
Kentucky transportation officials wrap up about two weeks of work on the Twin Bridges. First it was inspections on the northbound side and this past week it was the southbound side. We're told crews will continue inspections Monday and Tuesday, but there should not be any lane restrictions. On Monday, night crews will continue their work on the Lloyd Expressway
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
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, 27-year-old Kristy Kelley has been missing for almost a week. She was last seen around 1:30 a.m. Friday driving from the VFW in Boonville. Brad Byrd sits down with Kristy's father, Todd Scales, and Randy Beard, the Executive Director of Studio Bee Community Youth Center in Boonville, to talk about her disappearance and the community's ongoing
In tonight's Eyewitness In-Depth, we're talking more about I-69. With a new bridge years away, concerns are rising on the amount of traffic we could see south of the Ohio River. Brad Byrd sits down with Keith Todd of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to discuss what drivers could see in the future along U.S. 41 in Henderson and the twin