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Daviess Co. Arrests


Washington Police arrested a Petersburg man Wednesday for Criminal Conversion.

No Charges Against Councilwoman


A special prosecutor concluded Wednesday there was no violation of state law when Evansville City Councilwoman Stephanie Brinkerhoff-Riley secretly recorded a State Board of Accounts meeting. (MORE)

Trial Coming In Case Of Fatal Westside Arson


The man accused of setting an apartment fire that killed three people on West Franklin Street will go to trial in Vanderburgh County, but his defense will argue that he has a mental defect. A motion was filed Wednesday morning regarding Christopher Compton's case. Two court-appointed doctors have now been assigned to evaluate his mental state. (MORE)

Not Guilty Verdict In EVV Shooting Case


After a jury deliberated for more than six hours, a not guilty verdict was reached in the attempted murder trial of Tony Ray Johnson Jr. Johnson was found not guilty in the shooting of Timmy Rice outside of Hammerheads Bar in downtown Evansville. Rice survived his wounds and testified in the trial. The jury did find Johnson guilty of criminal recklessness and criminal gang activity (MORE)

KY Grand Jury Will Not Charge Officers


Police officers who shot and killed a suspect in Madisonville, KY,  will not face criminal charges. A Hopkins County grand jury returned a 'no true bill' in the case. That means jurors did not find evidence of intentional wrongdoing. (MORE)

INDOT Chief Of Staff Resigns


The chief of staff at the Indiana Department of Transportation is stepping down.

Westgate@Crane Welcomes Two New Tenants


A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Wednesday for two new tenants of the Westgate at Crane Tech Park.

Vincennes Man Arrested for Residential Entry


Vincennes Police arrested a Vincennes man late Wednesday night for Residential Entry and Minor Consumption.

B-Line Trail Robberies


A popular spot for recreation in Bloomington is now the target of crime.

Consumer Complaints


Telemarketing and Do-not-call abuses were the fastest growing consumer complaints across the nation in 2013.

Man Wins Lottery Twice In Three Months


Robert Hamilton is one lucky guy.

3,500 Calories in One Meal? How Hoosiers Can Avoid Pitfalls of Dining Out


A meal of a burger, french fries and milkshake tops a list of the most calorie-laden meals served at restaurant chains nationwide.

No Powerball Winner, Jackpot Moves To $70-Million


The Powerball jackpot moves to an estimated 70-million dollars after there was no winner in Wednesday's drawing. 

Bridge Joint Repair to Close U.S. 41 Lane near Oaktown


State highway officials say one lane of US 41/150 at the CSX railroad bridge near Oaktown will be closed for about one week for bridge joint repairs.

Carlisle Woman Seriously Injured in Sullivan Co. Accident


Indiana State Police say an elderly Carlisle woman was seriously injured Wednesday afternoon when a dump truck hit her car at the intersection of US 41 and State Road 58 in Sullivan County.

Evansville Robber Clubbed By Victim


An Evansville man is in jail after a gas station customer he attempted to rob at gunpoint pulled a club out of his car and fought him off.

Fears Lawsuit Against PCSC Dismissed


A U.S. District Judge in Evansville dismissed a lawsuit Wednesday filed against the Pike County School Board by former Otwell Elementary School Principal Rick Fears.

Indicted Clark Co. Sheriff on Paid Leave


Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden has turned in his gun and badge – temporarily.

VPD National Night Out August 5th


The Vincennes Police Department and Vincennes Neighborhood Watch will hold this year’s annual National Night Out Program on Tuesday, August 5th from 6:00 until 8:00 PM at the city’s new Rainbow Beach Aquatic Center.
 

Knox Co. Watermelon Festival


The Annual Knox County Chamber of Commerce Watermelon Festival and Great American Grill-Off are this Saturday.