An area hospital system recently adopted their own private police force. It's still in the beginning stages, but it's making history.
Law Enforcement officers are accustomed to running in uniform while on the job, but few take it as far as one EPD Sergeant.
In 2019, the non-profit "Breaking the Cycle" was officially founded.
In our continuing series, 44News Morning Anchor Megan DiVenti sits down with a local barber who is using her spare time to help change the liv…
A Daviess County, Kentucky man is turning a tragedy into a way of inspiring others.
For the last eight years, Steven Scheller has considered the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation a big part of his life.
As March comes to an end, Braswell will retire her title as the Owensboro/Daviess County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director.
A Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Deputy is using his talents to inspire children.
Habitat for Humanity has built more than 500 homes in the area. They currently have 18 active sites in the works.
A Daviess County Sheriff's Deputy is turning in his badge after nearly three decades on the job.
One Owensboro firefighter was recently recognized for his accomplishments in the Bluegrass State.
It was during her second pregnancy Taylor Houchin had a bittersweet time.Taylor had a 7-year-old daughter and was 17 weeks pregnant with her s…
He's played a major role in helping the River City become what it is today. We introduce this week's Hometown Hero.
It's through the heart of one man he was able to make Evansville a better place.
It's a story we first told you about back in November.
If you've donated blood sometime in the last few years, you may have met this week's Hometown Hero.
Their efforts go towards covering a wide range of duties and they live in small and large communities.
If you've been to the Fazoli's in Owensboro sometime in the last 20 years, you may know this week's Hometown Hero.
A Tri-State Kindergarten teacher is being praised for saving a student's life.
Anna Demerly is an athlete at heart.
The Honor Flight of Southern Indiana spent Saturday saluting our veterans with the help of the community.
Tucked away on Evansville's Main Street sits a brand-new bookstore.
They are the men behind one of Evansville's most anticipated events.
This week we spotlight a hero whose family is no stranger when it comes to helping those in need.
Students are back in school, and it takes a village to ensure they're successful both in and out of the classroom.
It takes a special type of person to run into a burning building, and for one Tri-State firefighter, she's found her passion helping her community.
By "dancing for those who can't" for hours on end, college and high school students across Indiana raise millions of dollars each year for Ril…