First reported COVID-19 death in Dearborn County

  New steps to slow coronavirus spread as Indiana reports 3 new deaths, 645 cases

Instructions on how to apply for unemployment in IN

  Meijer customers asked not use reusable bags to help keep everyone safe

  First coronavirus-related death reported in Tri-State

  Indiana to expand childcare availability; coronavirus cases expected to rise with more testing

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  Tri-State urgent care center has ample virus tests: ‘We don’t anticipate any shortages’

Evansville family spreads cheer through chalk art

  5 new coronavirus deaths in Indiana; 12 total deaths in the state

Man killed in Dearborn County, Indiana crash

  Indiana Gov. Holcomb issues stay at home order

  Five dead, one still missing after Franklin Co., Indiana bridge collapse

Indiana state health officials announce 3rd coronavirus death

The patient, who is from Marion County, was over the age 60 and had been hospitalized.

  Indiana Gov. Holcomb extends state of emergency, school closures

On Thursday, 17 new cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Indiana State Department of Health, bringing the total to 56

South Dearborn schools move to e-learning starting March 30

Even though the schools will be closed, daily meals will be available for all students starting April 6.

  9 new positive coronavirus cases confirmed in Indiana

With these latest positive tests, the state's total is now at 39 coronavirus cases.

Gov. Eric Holcomb activates Indiana National Guard to help with coronavirus response

  Indiana announces second COVID-19 death

Indiana man in custody after woman reports bullet shot into apartment with child inside

  Indiana reports first COVID-19 death, governor orders bars and restaurants to close

  Indiana to limit gatherings of 250+, schools get 20-day waiver

IN confirms 2 new cases of coronavirus, total now 12

  Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana to receive more than $33M from CDC for COVID-19 response

The funds are part of the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act signed by President Donald Trump on March 6.

4 new coronavirus cases confirmed in IN, total now 10

The patients reside in Howard and Johnson counties and are all adults. This brings to 10 the number of Hoosiers who have tested positive for COVID-19.

Hostess recounts alleged racial incident at Evansville Olive Garden

She tells us that things got worse after the incident, so much worse that she had to quit her job.

Officials: 2 new COVID-19 cases in Indiana, state now has 4

Officials say two additional cases of the new coronavirus have been diagnosed in Indiana, bringing the state’s COVID-19 tally to four.

IN announces 2nd presumptive COVID-19 case

According to the news release, the patient is in isolation with mild symptoms and is not hospitalized at this time.

Indiana bill requiring cursive taught in schools passes Senate

Elementary schools in Indiana may soon be required to add cursive writing into their lesson plans.

Evansville Olive Garden hostess resigns after alleged racial incident

We’re learning the hostess, who says the customer made comments about made comments about her race, has resigned from the restaurant.

Prosecutor: Tip about stolen golf carts leads to arrest in connection with Tri-State area theft ring

Prosecutor Lynn Deddens is thanking the community for helping to identify a suspect in connection with a Tri-State area theft ring.

  Indiana announces first coronavirus case, health emergency declared

Health officials say the patient, who is in Marion County, is stable and is in self-isolation.

Percocet, Gunfire and Gucci: Prosecutor reveals details of Rising Sun shooting

The shooting occurred Tuesday morning in the driveway of an Ohio County home.

  Search for shooting suspect closes schools in Rising Sun, Indiana

The shooting was reported about 6 a.m. on State Route 262

  Olive Garden: Manager no longer working at company after alleged racial incident

A spokesperson with Olive Garden tells us the manager involved no longer works for the company.

  ReProm offers dress exchange, low-cost dresses for prom season

ReProm offers an array of new and gently used prom dresses as prom season approaches.

Silver Alert canceled for missing 9-year-old Indiana boy

Kamonnie Bennett was last seen at 4:30 p.m. Monday in Lawrence, Indiana which is 12 miles east of Indianapolis.

Partial building collapse displaces 3 families in Rising Sun

Bricks fell off a building with a restaurant and apartments onto the sidewalk at Main and Poplar streets, dispatchers say

KY man killed in Switzerland County, Ind. head-on collision

A Kentucky man was killed in a head-on collision in Switzerland, Indiana Friday.

‘Coaches vs. Cancer’ event brings fierce rivals together off the court

Coach John Blackwell says he wanted to do something good to honor his father, who died from cancer 20-years ago Friday.

  Tanker fire causes ‘catastrophic’ damage on interstate ramp in Indianapolis

A tanker carrying about 4,000 gallons of jet fuel overturned and exploded Thursday near I-70 and I-465 in Indianapolis.

Indiana State Police trooper struck during traffic stop near Batesville

A 6-year-old child was taken to Cincinnati Children's with serious injuries.

Indiana special needs teacher who headbutted student arrested, state police say

Indiana State Police say Catherine L. Davis got into an altercation twice on Dec. 16, 2019, with the same 14-year-old student.

Indiana AG sues to close Wildlife in Need and seize animals

Attorney General Curtis Hill is demanding the animals at Wildlife in Need be sent to sanctuaries to be properly taken care of.

Indiana State Police arrest Michigan man in possession of eleven pounds of marijuana

A Michigan man was arrested in Seymour, Ind. Sunday night after a traffic stop leads to drug possession charges.

Return of the Hoosier: Knight back at Indiana after 20 years

79-year-old Bob Knight finally returned to his home court Saturday to a rousing welcome.

Man convicted of obstruction, witness intimidation in robbery and drug trial

A West Harrison man was convicted of conspiracy to commit intimidation and conspiracy to commit obstruction of justice by a Dearborn County jury.

  2 arrested in connection with armed robbery at Tri-State bank

Two people from Indianapolis have been arrested in connection with a bank robbery in Greendale Thursday afternoon.

Ind. man fleeing deputies gets stranded on log in river before being rescued, arrested

Jeremy Dillman, 36, of Medora had to be rescued from the log before being arrested on Thursday.

Health workers stress needle exchanges still needed as Ind. bill dies

The needle exchange program is designed to help stop the spread of HIV.

  Small Tri-state town in the running to get HGTV makeover

“We’re all a family here, and we all want to come together as a family.”

Dearborn Co. woman accused of stealing money from peewee football team

A Dearborn County woman is accused of stealing nearly $5,500 from a peewee football team, court documents say.

  Indiana school board decides fate of local elementary school in financially strapped district

It was an emotional scene Tuesday, as the district voted on whether to keep the doors open of a beloved elementary school.

Four-year-old Indiana boy dies after being shot while play-wrestling with father

A four-year-old boy from Monroe County has died after being accidentally shot by his father’s gun while they were wrestling.

2 Greendale police officers on leave amid investigation into allegations of destroyed evidence, dishonesty

Dearborn County Prosecutor Lynn Deddens has referred the matter to Indiana State Police for further investigation

  Silver Alert canceled for missing 16-year-old girl recently diagnosed as bi-polar

The teen returned home on her own and is safe, Indiana State Police say

Bill to eliminate statute of limitations for Indiana sex crimes moves forward

The bill has passed committee and is heading to the Senate for a vote.

Hospital system layoffs take toll on mother, son with behavioral disorders

The woman's son spent two years with the same therapist. Thanks to a recent hospital decision, now he might have to find a different one.

Evansville dog back home after being found 2k miles away

Thanks to the help of a husband and wife, a rescue dog found in Los Angeles is now back in Evansville.

Sheriff’s office identifies Indiana man involved in deadly crash

Sheriff's deputies say a Toyota truck traveling west on Johnson Fork Road left the roadway and crashed into a tree.

  Historical society scrambles as piece of history hits the auction block

The Barkshire home played a vital role in the Underground Railroad, but now it's in danger of being torn down.

Indiana reports 22 flu deaths this season

More than 20 people in Indiana have died from the flu this flu season, according to the Indiana Department of Health.

Ind. State Police cancel statewide silver alert for 9-year-old girl

The Indiana State Police cancelled a statewide silver alert for a 9-year-old girl Sunday.

Statewide alert issued for missing Indiana woman

The Anderson Police Department in Indiana is searching for a missing 28-year-old woman.

  Mother grieving after teen son was killed in car crash, 4 others seriously injured

Kelly Baker is in the early stages of grief after she lost her son in a car crash Monday. She recently went to the scene to place flowers at the spot where he died.

ISP: Butler Co. teen killed in Indiana crash, 4 other teens seriously injured

A 15-year-old was killed and four other teens were seriously injured in a single vehicle crash in Franklin County, Ind. Monday afternoon.

Child dies in off-road vehicle accident in Bartholomew County

Indiana Conservation Officers are currently investigating a fatal dirt bike accident that has killed a 5-year-old child.

  Evansville man who bikes four miles to work gets car for Christmas

Frank West works at Hacienda on N. First Ave. and bikes there every day from his home on the south end of Evansville.

Tri-State doctor warns of ‘aggressive’ flu strain in Indiana

Officials say this year’s flu season is coming in fast and furious.

Silver Alert issued for missing Indiana man in ‘extreme danger’

Cameron Dwayne Reed was last seen at 11 p.m. Wednesday

Death of Indiana guardsman at training center under investigation

Corporal Larry Litton Jr., 30, of Martinsville, died Saturday, Dec. 7.

Missing man found dead in car in Jennings County, troopers say

Jimmy Turner, 69, was found dead in his after it apparently crashed on State Road 3, state police say.

  Fan spent 57 nights on roof of Indiana restaurant until Bengals won

Jeff Lanham, who made a pact to sleep on his roof until the Bengals won at least once, can finally come back to Earth.

“Daddy hurt him:” Man pleads guilty to beating children, 2 and 3, in Dearborn County

The children had severe bruising and bone fractures when police found them.

ISP trooper who suffered ‘serious, but non-life threatening injuries’ identified

Indiana State Police released the identity of the trooper shot during a standoff with an armed suspect in rural Jefferson County Saturday.

State trooper shot during standoff in southern Indiana

Troopers responded to a home near Madison, Indiana early Saturday morning following reports of a man firing shots inside a home.

  Shop cat stolen from eccentric gift shop in Metamora, owners say

People used to come to the shop just to visit Spooky. Not anymore.

Thousands of educators to travel to statehouse, rallying for teacher pay increases

Teachers from around Indiana will fill the statehouse on Tuesday, wearing red for education as they demand change to the public education system.

  15-year-old pedestrian hit, killed in Dearborn County

Joshua Welsh, of Guilford, was hit by a vehicle in the 25000 block of State Route One in Dover Friday.

  Bengals fan may spend Thanksgiving on rooftop of Indiana restaurant

One Bengals fan continues to live on the rooftop of his Indiana restaurant after the Bengals lost for the tenth time this season.

Second person dies following crash in Ripley County

A second person involved in a Ripley County crash on Wednesday has died, according to the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office.