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New surveillance video and 911 calls detail bizarre Warrick County chase
New surveillance video and 911 calls detail bizarre Warrick County chase.
Early morning police pursuit ends in Warrick County
WEHT/WTVW - Authorities are investigating an early morning police chase in Warrick County that ended at state road 66 and Wyntree Drive.
License plate frame leads to meth arrest in southern Indiana
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEVV) — A woman was arrested on drug charges in Evansville after police say they pulled her over because of her license plate frame. EPD officers were patrolling in the area of Weinbach Avenue and Covert Avenue when they say they saw a white car with a license plate that was obstructed by a frame.
Family and friends host tribute to honor murder victim
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEVV) — Family and friends gathered at Helfrich Golf Course to say their final goodbyes, for one of the victims murdered during a robbery, Mitchell Greathouse. Police found Greathouse and the second victim, Michael Blankenship, dead inside a home on Mount Vernon Avenue back in October. Those...
Police respond to disorderly conduct call at Evansville Kohl’s
HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – Evansville Police are currently responding to a disorderly conduct call at the Kohl’s on the city’s east side. The call reportedly came in just after 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. A police presence was still visible at the store as of 8:30 p.m.. An eyewitness at the scene says one person was […]
Troopers seize 10 pounds of meth reportedly destined for Evansville
EVANSVILLE — Indiana State Police troopers intercepted more than 10 pounds of methamphetamine reportedly bound from St. Louis, Missouri, and destined for the Evansville area Monday afternoon, landing two women in jail. Court records identified the two women, who troopers initially pulled over for a traffic stop in Posey County, as 33-year-old Demetria Gray and 34-year-old Shawunique Phillips, both of St. Louis. ...
Unknown virus affecting dogs discovered in Indiana
If your dog starts coughing, pay close attention to it. An undetectable respiratory virus has now sickened dogs in more than a dozen states, including in Indiana.
Case dismissed against Evansville teen connected to fatal overdose
HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – The Vanderburgh Superior Court has granted the state’s motion to dismiss without prejudice the case against Damian Blaze Prescott. Prescott was charged with dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death following the death of a female he allegedly sold heroin to in February. Police say the woman was found dead […]
Evansville man hides gun inside body during arrest, police say
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEVV) — An Evansville man is facing a long list of charges after police say they found a gun hidden inside him at the Vanderburgh County Jail. Officers say they were on routine patrol in the area of Lincoln Avenue and Denby Avenue early Monday morning when they saw a car with a license plate that was barely visible.
Evansville, Indiana: Confronting the State's Highest Obesity Rate
Evansville, Indiana, is in the throes of a public health crisis, grappling with the highest obesity rate in the state, at a staggering 39.3%. This figure eclipses those of Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Gary, and South Bend, painting a stark picture of a community at the intersection of socioeconomic adversity, environmental challenges, and behavioral health issues. Nearly one in five residents live below the poverty line, complicating access to healthy food and opportunities for physical activity, while food deserts and fast-food prevalence in low-income neighborhoods further restrict nutritional options.
Balloon release planned for Evansville murder victim
A balloon release will be held in memory of a man who was killed in Evansville.
Here’s When Santa Will Be at the 15th Annual 911 Gives Hope for the Holidays Toy Drive
Our 15th annual 911 Gives Hope for the Holidays Toy Drive is this weekend (December 1st through 3rd) at Walmart on Evansville's east side, and once again we're fortunate enough to have Santa and Mrs. Claus take time out of their very busy schedules to join us for a little while all three days.
Man shot by police at Evansville airport booked into jail
EVANSVILLE — The man who was shot by police at Evansville Regional Airport on Nov. 18 was released from the hospital Sunday and booked into the Vanderburgh County jail. The police previously identified the man as 24-year-old Pierre Robson Barthelemy, who stands accused of moving toward city police, sheriff's deputies and state troopers in the airport's lobby while holding a kitchen knife in the moments before law enforcement officers opened fire.
Evansville homeowner claims to have shot man in self defense after 'attack' in driveway
EVANSVILLE — The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent self-defense shooting that left a Vincennes man injured Monday evening. According to a VCSO news release attributed to Sheriff Noah Robinson, deputies and paramedics responded to the 1300 block of Skipping Stone Drive in Stonegate Estates at 8:17 p.m. Monday after a homeowner dialed 911 to report that he had shot a "male trespasser."
Southern Indiana man accused of pulling gun on another man who was using port-a-potty
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEVV) — An Evansville man is in jail after being accused of pulling a gun on someone as they were coming out of the bathroom. Officers were called to investigate a report of a person with a gun on Sunday afternoon in the area of Riverside Drive and New York Avenue.
PJ Parties with Holiday Classics at Evansville Area Theaters
You're invited to wear your PJs to watch holiday movies at Evansville area theaters this holiday season. There are more Christmas movies out there than any other holiday. The list of Christmas movies is a long one. Everyone has their favorites. Mine has always been "Jingle All The Way" with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Don't ask why, it just always has been. That being said, there are a lot of great Christmas movies out there that folks have made a holiday tradition to watch. Many of your favorites will be showing this holiday season at Shoplace Cinemas! What better way to watch some of those than by how they were intended to be seen...at the theater?
Stunning Photo Captures a Moon Dog Over Indiana
If you looked to the night sky over Thanksgiving weekend you were treated to a beautiful and rare sight, a moon dog over the Hoosier state!. I've always been one to go out and look at the moon, to this day my parents will call me if the moon looks extra pretty and tell me to go outside. So when I looked at the moon on Saturday night I was treated to quite the celestial surprise, a moon dog and a lunar halo over Indiana!
Here are 25 Indoor Activities for Kids in Southern Indiana This Winter
I'm tempted to write a few lines about the weather we've had, and the forecast for the coming weeks and months, but if you're from Southern Indiana, you know the weather is anything but predictable. Mother Nature does what she wants down here and we are seemingly at her mercy. There is no denying that the days are getting shorter and the temperatures are getting colder, and it's time to start thinking about indoor activities for you and your family.
Spencer County Court News – November 24, 2023
Thomas Robert Arnzen of Edgewood, KY to Maria Rose Gayhart of Chrisney. Kohl Vandermark to Jane Nale, both of Rockport. Traffic and Other Citations (New) Operating with Expired Plates: Rebecka L. Wolfe; Diago L. Parsley; Deshawn C. Nixon; Jessica N. Lyons. Disregarding an Official Traffic Control Device: Caleb A. Perkins.
First building of new luxury apartment complex in Evansville complete
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - The construction on a new apartment complex on Evansville’s east side is making progress. The first building on the development called “Promenade Flats” is up. The complex is located on North Burkhardt Road. Crews broke ground at the site back in August. Officials...