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Evansville, IN, United States

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UE hires new men’s basketball head coach

The university announced the hiring of Butler University men’s basketball assistant coach, David Ragland to be its next head coach. → Read More

Newburgh Sea Serpents bringing back recreational summer swim team

The Sea Serpent Recreational Team is the first recreational swim team in Newburgh in almost half a decade after the closing of the city's community pool. → Read More

Ohio Co. community members host meeting to promote new long-term tornado recovery group

Ohio Co. community members are creating a “Long Term Recovery Group” to continue the rebuilding process. → Read More

Road crews preparing for snowy conditions across Tri-State

Snowy conditions have Tri-State residents on alert for slick driving conditions on Friday night. → Read More

Central-Reitz boys basketball game set to honor Deputy Hicks

Reitz High School is set to hold a fundraiser in support of Posey County Deputy Bryan Hicks during the boy’s basketball game against Central on Friday night. → Read More

EPD: Evansville man arrested on 3 counts of attempted murder

They say it happened on the 800 block of Kirkwood Drive around 5:45 p.m. Tuesday. → Read More

IHSAA 4A Football Regional Championship: East Central vs. Memorial

East Central (10-2) vs. Memorial (10-2) football highlights. → Read More

CenterPoint Energy customers express concerns about proposed rate hike

CenterPoint Energy is proposing a rate hike of around $23 to customers’ monthly bills to pay for the project. → Read More

Fall Festival recognizes students as ‘Youth of the Day’ winners

As events at the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival continue this week, children around the Tri-State were honored for their outstanding academic performance and community involvement on Thursday night. → Read More

Castle super fan revealed as secret key to football team’s success

An important piece of the Castle football program resides up in the stands known as “Super Fan Stan.” → Read More

Mikaela Jenkins, Team USA wins gold in 400M medley relay

Evansville’s Mikaela Jenkins wins her 2nd gold at the Paralympics → Read More

Evansville’s Mikaela Jenkins makes Paralympic debut, advances to 100-meter breaststroke finals

Jenkins is scheduled to race next in the 100-meter breaststroke finals at 4:44 a.m. CST on Thursday. → Read More

Indiana HS football teams dealing with COVID-19 cancellations ahead of opening week

Despite being just the first week of the high school football season, game cancellations are starting to pop up due to COVID-19. → Read More

EVSC coaches, athletes face challenges with COVID-19 protocols for indoor sporting events

EVSC athletic officials say they are requesting teams to abide to these COVID-19 guidelines for the sake of student athlete safety. → Read More

Evansville Basketball Academy welcomes former SW Indiana basketball stars in benefit tournament

The Evansville Basketball Academy hosted a two-day tournament to benefit the Evans School Athletics Department, and many familiar faces showed up to compete. → Read More

Princeton honors Olympic gold medalist Jackie Young in celebration parade

Young’s fans didn’t let the weather rain on their parade as they showed out to welcome their hometown Olympian on Saturday. → Read More

Lilly King wins silver medal in 200m breaststroke final at Tokyo Olympics

Evansville native Lilly King triumphed with another Olympic podium finish after winning the silver medal in the 200-meter breaststroke final on Thursday night. → Read More

Former Castle baseball star Zach Messinger signs pro contract with NY Yankees

The New York Yankees selected the 6-foot-6 pitcher in the 13th round of the 2021 MLB Draft on July 13. → Read More

All-American wrestler Jameel Bryant hosts youth wrestling camp

Lindsey Wilson College head wrestling coach Jameel Bryant hosted a wrestling camp for middle and high schoolers Saturday at Henderson County High School. → Read More

City of Princeton honors Jackie Young ahead of Olympic debut

A big celebration occurred in Gibson County on Thursday to honor Princeton native Jackie Young, who’s representing Team USA at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. → Read More