Students are already showing positive COVID-19 results as kids are headed back to class.
Dubois County Indiana is ranked third in the state for personal income growth out of all Indiana counties. The unemployment rate is down among other Indiana cities.
Flourish Plant-Based Eatery Holds Trash Pickup
Local Schools Prepare For Fall Sports Amid Pandemic
Evansville Catholic Diocese students start returning to class
Though Indiana school resource officers can't enforce masks wearing at school, they're hoping to be a positive influence to students when it comes to mask wearing.
Evansville's PBS affiliate WNIN is preparing for an online auction this year. The annual event is the station's biggest fundraiser but Covid-19 pushed the event back. The auction typically held in the Spring will kick off September 16th-20th this year.
Posey County residents remain divided over proposed plans to build wind turbines in the area.
The 104th Running of the Indianapolis 500 will take place on Aug. 23 without fans due to safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Warm and Dry Wednesday
Warm and Pleasant Wednesday
Honor Flight of Southern Indiana has teamed up with Mission BBQ to sell limited-edition American Heroes cups. The profits will go towards the next flight to D.C.
Multiple emergency crews responded to the scene of a large structure fire at Green Tree Plastics in Evansville on Tuesday.
As the school year approaches. OPS answered more than 50 questions live on Facebook on Tuesday to help ease the minds of concerned parents..
Tell City-Troy Township students are back in school
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell joined Jessica Hartman 44News for an exclusive interview where he talked about the next round of coronavirus relief and its impact on Kentucky and America as a whole.
Warrick Schools Prepare to Safely Reopen
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says lane closures on the Twin Bridges connecting Henderson to Evansville are expected to last nearly two weeks.
Cool & Cloudy Start to Tuesday
School Boards Meet Monday
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear joined Jessica Hartman 44News in an exclusive interview where he discussed his plans for getting students and teachers back in the classroom, how to keep them safe, and more.
Supporters and opponents of a statute remaining on the Daviess County Courthouse lawn gathered Saturday.
$6.3 million of CARES Act funding has been granted to the City of Evansville to support public transportation planning, operating expenses, preventive maintenance, and improvements.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office says victims of a new scam that's making its rounds in Evansville could be at risk of having their personal information stolen.
Students were able to receive school supplies, haircuts, and lunch over the weekend from three Evansville churches.
Rainy Monday; Cold Front Bringing Pleasant and Dry Conditions
John McCurry Is This Week's Hometown Hero
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Medical professionals are keeping a close eye on people going out, as COVID-19 shows no sign of slowing.
Gov. Beshear said the screening process to release Kentucky inmates stated over a week ago.
A group of supporters will rally on the courthouse lawn at 10 a.m. Saturday morning to host an informational session to discuss the history of the statue which was placed on the lawn in 1900.
Joshua Rominger is accused of running over a female and leaving the scene of the accident.
The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation says two student-athletes within the district have tested positive for COVID-19.
More Rain Friday
On Thursday, 44News confirmed that four Vanderburgh County daycares have reported positive COVID-19 cases.
Dreary Start to Friday; Afternoon Storm Chances to Return
Tri-State health experts worry for the physical health of the younger generations, and about just how many of them are among the infected.
IHSA Postpones The Start of Football, Soccer, and Volleyball Until February
Governor Andy Beshear has responded to a data breach in the Kentucky unemployment system.
The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation has given a glimpse inside some of its classrooms, which have been set up to ensure students remain a safe distance apart from one another upon their return to in-person instruction.
Widespread Rain and Storms Thursday
Some Bluegrass communities are turning to fines to keep compliance with direction from Frankfort.