An owner of Gracie’s Chinese Cuisine has pleaded guilty to two felony charges in federal court after a raid closed the restaurant for a month last year.
According to Evansville police, an argument over construction equipment led to a fatal shooting on West Oregon Street on Dec. 28.
Fabian L. Bennett was arrested Thursday and accused of shooting and killing Carlis J. Falls in the 900 block of Oregon Street.
Carlis J. Falls, 43, was shot and killed in the 900 block of Oregon Street on Tuesday, Dec. 28.
Wayne County, Illinois, sheriff's deputy Sean Riley was apparently shot and killed along Interstate 64 near the Indiana border.
Between Dec. 12 and Dec. 28, seven people died in Evansville homicides. Here's what we know about the victims and cases.
The victim was later identified as Carlis J. Falls, 43. His death marks the seventh Evansville homicide in the last 15 days.
A former law enforcement officer accused of shooting Posey County Sheriff's Deputy Bryan Hicks has died at Deaconess Gateway Hospital.
Arthur Lee Jones, IV, is accused of killing Derek Johnson, 28, and Samatha Robbins, 27. He pleaded not guilty in his first court appearance.
Neither the name of the victim nor the name of the accused shooter has been released after an Evansville woman died in a shooting Tuesday night.
Daniel Alvey and Samuel Huggler made their initial appearances in court after Evansville police say they orchestrated a killing-for-hire.
Derek Johnson, 28, and Samantha Robbins, 27, are the latest victims of a string of Evansville homicides. They were shot to death Sunday evening.
One person is dead after a triple shooting on the East Side of Evansville. The accused shooter claims a second suspect hired him to carry out the act.
Samuel S. Huggler, 25, is accused of hiring 18-year-old Daniel Alvey to kill someone in the 800 block of Kirkwood Drive Tuesday evening.
Two people are in critical condition and another is injured after a shooting on the East Side of Evansville Tuesday night.
Three people were shot in an East Side neighborhood Tuesday evening, according to Evansville police.
The student, who hasn't been named, reportedly said he was "copying something" he saw on social media and didn't intend to hurt anyone.
An Evansville man's shooting case took three years to wind through Posey County court. After a mistrial and delays, he received 45 years in prison.
The victim in the case said Roel Amos Hernandez Morales had sexual contact with them and recorded them in a bathroom with a cell phone.
A federal investigation has led to the arrests of 29 men and women and the seizure of more than 700 grams of fentanyl, enough to kill 350,000 people.