Thomas Family Acres, an Orchard located in Owensville, Indiana, has been supplying fresh fruit and vegetables to the Tri-State for the better …
Con artists use misleading sales tactics and outright lies to trick homeowners out of money and personal information.
Years of Shari's dedication to the Tri-State paid off in one special day.
National Farm Safety and Health Week is five days dedicated to protecting the people who feed the world.
In this support scam twist, con artists are posing as tech experts who are eager to help resolve your problem--for a price.
Tyler Myers is an Evansville Day School senior. He founded "Driving for Change: Sensory Inclusion" in 2021.
The Better Business Bureau has already received reports from consumers who have been targeted by imposter loan forgiveness calls and emails.
Parents and teachers should be thinking about how to help students stay safe online and avoid being easy targets for scammers.
In this week's Hometown Hero 44News Morning Anchor Megan DiVenti introduces an Owensboro man who is having an impact in his city.
The Better Business Bureau in Evansville is getting reports of text messages posing as bank customer service are being sent to local area residents.
It's not an easy job, but to Samantha Bailey and the countless animals she has helped save, her efforts are priceless.
Replacing vital documents after a natural disaster can be a daunting task, and something scammers can take advantage of.
Frey Co. Produce has been supplying our Tri-State and the nation with melons for decades, and this year, they’re back at it again producing ne…
One Owensboro boy is preparing for his first day despite all he's been through.
If you're planning a party and need to rent chairs, decorations, a bouncy house, or any other supplies, scammers are looking to target you.
Even if high gas prices are draining your budget, don't fall for this scam
With the excessive heat and a lack of rain, the Tri-State area is entering another week of drought-like conditions, and another week of uneasi…
With her mom as her role model, Sheila Spurling has been a nurse for 42 years.
With so many delays and cancellations, consumers need to keep a few things in mind to avoid scams and headaches.
Watch out when selling big-ticket items on Facebook Marketplace. Scammers have a new trick up their sleeves!
They are some of the most crucial people in our community - volunteers who work day in and day out to better what we call home.
Scammers are taking advantage of new deepfake technology to create videos so convincing people will hand over their money.
They are the ones who aim to bring a smile to your face, but behind the big red nose and colorful clothes is a unique story to be told.
The Covid-19 pandemic saw a rise in reports of scammers pretending to be from the government agencies.
June is National Dairy Month. It celebrates our nation’s hardworking dairy farmers and the product they produce daily.
In this week's Hometown Hero segment, we honor all the brave men and women who have sacrificed their lives for our country.
In this new trick, scammers are using Facebook to con people into thinking they have thousands of dollars in unclaimed workers' compensation, …
An area hospital system recently adopted their own private police force. It's still in the beginning stages, but it's making history.