A fertilizer company is moving forward with a $2.8 billion project with the help of state incentives and a new governor.
The Pittsburgh-based company will invest around $30 million to restart the lines it closed last year.
Bishop Charles Thompson walked down the aisle one last time at Saint Benedict Cathedral in Evansville.
Sheriffs say one of the major issues is that the state pays local jails just $35 per day to house low-level Department of Corrections inmates.
Officials say Sharon F. Mand and Kathleen Woolems both died from smoke inhalation following Tuesday's blast that injured two other adults and one child.
Officials say natural gas is a possibility for the Tuesday morning explosion that killed two and injured three others, but say other gases could be to blame.
Communities have a lot of road repairs, and the new money won’t cover all of them. So local leaders now have to make choices.
Evansville native Chester Schulz' name was mistakenly left off of a monument in France that honors soldiers killed in a World War One battle.
Isaiah Hagan heard charges against him in connection with the fatal shooting of a University of Southern Indiana student
A man claims the Evansville Police Department used unreasonable force when a SWAT team and flash-bang grenades were used to serve a search warrant.