Evansville - Indiana

Evansville man sentenced to prison for drunken driving death

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A 39-year-old Evansville man who pleaded guilty to causing a death while drunken driving has been sentenced to 14 1/2 years in prison.Read more

Evansville police asking for help to locate missing teen

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The Evansville Police Department needs your help to locate a missing teen.Read more

Five shot outside American Legion in Evansville

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Police are investigating an overnight shooting outside the American Legion in Evansville.Read more


Miranda Lambert partnering with Evansville no-kill shelter for January concert

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Miranda Lambert is using her upcoming tour to pair two of her passions: music and mutts.Read more

Prosecutors: Indiana woman stole $18K meant for boy's burial

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An Indiana woman has been arrested for allegedly stealing money intended for the burial plot and headstone of a 3-year-old boy who died in a hot car.Read more

WWII-era ship docked in southeast Indiana this weekend

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A piece of America's history is on display on the Ohio River in southern Indiana.Read more

Grandmother arrested after toddler drinks as much as four ounces of peach schnapps

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Police believe the boy drank between about 2 to 4 ounces of alcohol.Read more

Missing dog tag lost in World War II returned to family decades later

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A soldier's dog tag that's been missing for more than 75 years has finally been returned to a family in Evansville.Read more

Evansville man arrested for DUI with 2-year-old daughter in the vehicle

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An Evansville man faces three charges after driving will intoxicated with his two-year-old daughter also in the vehicle.Read more


Indiana soccer coach arrested for child seduction

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The owner of a southwest Indiana soccer academy was arrested Thursday for child seduction.Read more

Preventing hot car deaths

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There are still a lot of questions about how an Indiana father could forget his son in the back seat of a hot car for much of the day.Read more