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Evansville Woman Arrested Accused of Disrupting Charity Event
Evansville police have arrested a woman on public intoxication and disorderly conduct at a charity race in the downtown area of the city. Police say 38-year-old Shannon Nethery of Evansville was harassing several organizers of the Jingle Bell Run around 12:00PM on December 9th.
Man charged with attempted murder in Corydon shooting
HENDERSON - A 22-year-old local man identified as a "person of interest" in a recent shooting has been formally charged with attempted murder. James Thomas of Corydon remains lodged at the Henderson County Detention Center under a $75,000 bond.
What's that up in the sky? A weather radar mystery unfolds in the Tri-State
EVANSVILLE -- What probably should've been an uneventful night at the National Weather Service office in Paducah, Kentucky has instead turned into a night spent observing a mystery unfold.
Neighborhood Watch: Car thieves caught on camera
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - An Evansville man is hoping a surveillance video helps catch the guys who stole his car. Gavont Baker lives in an apartment building on Washington Avenue near Vann Avenue. Baker says the men actually broke into his apartment on Thursday December 6 and stole his keys. The men
Comfort by the Cross-Eyed Cricket bringing doughnuts to Downtown Evansville
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Downtown Evansville's business growth soon will include doughnuts. Comfort by the Cross-Eyed Cricket at Main and Northwest Third Street is starting a spinoff business to be called Parlor Coffee and Doughnuts. Its entrance will be at 12 NW 3rd St.
Evansville man arrested on cocaine dealing and gun charges after police chase
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - An Evansville man is facing nearly a dozen charges after a police chase. Officers say they spotted Iren Outlaw driving in the area of Sunburst Apartments and knew he had a felony warrant for dealing cocaine.
5 New Homes For Sale In The Evansville Area
EVANSVILLE, IN — Looking for a new house, and want the latest information on what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some assistance in your search? Not to worry! To help simplify your search, we've compiled the latest batch of five new listings nearby.
Mt. Vernon Man in Jail For Meth and Narcotic Drugs
What started with a call about a suspicious vehicle ends with an Mt. Vernon man in jail facing several charges. On Sunday around 3 a.m., an Indiana State Police trooper was called to investigate a parked vehicle blocking a driveway on Blackford Road. The vehicle was still running when he found Steve
Evansville basketball fans will keep coming back after performances like Sunday | Hickey
EVANSVILLE — Sunday’s Ford Center crowd of 5,667 at the University of Evansville basketball game was the program's most since Senior Day in 2016 and for a non-conference home game since Butler visited in 2013.
History Lesson: The day Santa Claus died
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — On Dec. 8, 1967, Santa Claus was to arrive by helicopter from the North Pole and visit the North Park Shopping Center, near Mill Road and First Avenue. The Santa Landing was planned by the North Park Merchants Association to promote holiday shopping at their stores.
Godsmack coming to Evansville in April
Godsmack is coming to the Ford Center on April 18. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 14 at 10 a.m. Volbeat will also be performing.
Rami Malek on University of Evansville Theatre: 'They made me scared; They were so good'
Rami Malek is having a moment. The actor was recently nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance as legendary Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody." He's also being eyed to play the villain in the next James Bond film, according to Variety.
Unreal Estate: This might be the most expensive acreage in Evansville
EVANSVILLE -- Ever wondered what the most expensive real estate in Evansville might be?. In all likelihood it's the subject of this week's Unreal Estate, a $695,000 1.08-acre plot that just happens to be situated on North Burkhardt Road.
The Historic Cook Mansion Will Soon Be Open To The Public
The Cook Mansion built in 1899 has become a historical part of Evansville. Originally owned and constructed by Henry Cook, the architecture of the home is. unlike any other home you can see today. The mansion is now open to the general public.
Best player? Best game? Takeaways from the inaugural River City Showcase
EVANSVILLE -- The first high school basketball event at Ford Center is officially in the books. Eight games across two days were played this weekend as part of the River City Showcase. There were a lot of happy faces from the inaugural event, as southwest Indiana basketball was put on display in fro
Man Charged With Murder Pleads Guilty To Reduced Crime
An Evansville man accused of selling the drugs to a woman who died of an overdose admits his part in the crime. David Dimmett was charged with murder in connection with the 2017 death of Kourtney Fields. As part of a plea bargain, Dimmett agreed to plead guilty to a lesser crime of reckless homicide
How 30 to 40 seconds cost Evansville basketball guard Marty Hill a season of eligibility
EVANSVILLE — Last season was Marty Hill’s first on the University of Evansville men’s basketball team after spending the previous two years at Northeast Community College in Nebraska.
River City High School Basketball Showcase was a success
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - The inaugural River City High School Basketball Showcase was certainly action-packed this weekend. Henderson County and Central picked up big wins Friday night, while Castle, Mater Dei, Harrison, Barr-Reeve, and Bosse all won, Saturday.
Evansville Police searching for suspects in vandalism case
Evansville Police are searching for suspects in a vandalism case at the Evansville Junior Football League. League President Phillip Cree says it was discovered Thursday afternoon, vandals spray painted graffiti on their Fall Festival booth, concession stands and sidewalks.
Flights canceled due to winter storm in Southeast
TRI-STATE (WFIE) - Some flights have been canceled due to the winter storm in the Southeast, mainly North Carolina. Two flights have been canceled at Evansville Regional Airport. Both of those flights were bound for Charlotte, North Carolina.