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6 hrs ago | WFIE-TV Evansville
In Evansville, dispatchers tell 14 News drivers should expect delays at an intersection on the east side.
In Evansville, detectives have been interviewing people and tracking down leads in connection with the disappearance of 30-year-old Joelle Lockwood.
You are invited to attend Tuesday's Big Action meeting in downtown Evansville to celebrate the impact local VOICE meetings have had on the city.
The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site has announced Randall T. Shepard of Evansville as the recipient of the 2014 Advancing American Democracy Award.
An arson investigation is underway after a garage in the 1400 block of East Missouri St. goes up in flames early Sunday morning.
The city's budget plan estimates Evansville will see about $326-million in revenue, and about $325-million in expenses.
Two Central Indiana moms have disappeared -- five weeks and less than 20 miles apart - leaving investigators looking for potential links in the two cases.
After a week of voting, the third round of the Cold Water Challenge Face-off guessing game has its winner! Chief Dennis Rubin, a frequent and regular contributing author to FireRescue1 and Fire Chief, easily handled Rick Markley, editor-in-chief of FireRescue1 and Fire Chief, with a total of 47 votes versus his 27 votes.
A prayer vigil will be held at the corner of Walnut and Garvin at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday for Eric Brookins.
Armed police smashed through the front door of an elderly woman's home and threw flash grenades, before realising she was innocent.
The investigation into a missing Evansville woman takes authorities across the Wabash River to a remote part of southern Illinois.
Indiana Superintendent Glenda Ritz is touring southwestern Indiana just as the new school year begins.
Evansville EPA is investigating a vacant home on Eichel Avenue. Neighbors say the homeowner is demolishing the house one piece at a time and burning the remains in the owner's yard.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 11:41 am
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