High school basketball—which is practically a religion in the Hoosier State—has one of its most popular tournaments at the beginning of each year.
The year 2014 was one folks in the tri-state won't soon forget. See our list of the year's top 10 local news stories.
Influenza activity has been steadily increasing. So far, the flu has claimed the lives of five Hoosiers and six Kentuckians.
Lauren Hill not only met her $1 million fundraising goal with time to spare, but blew past it during Tuesday’s city-wide telethon for The Cure Starts Now Foundation.
Eagle 99.3 News will reveal our Top Ten Local News Stories of 2014 on the final day of the year.
UPDATE: Having fire extinguishers handy may have helped keep McCabe’s Greenhouse and Floral in Lawrenceburg from burning to the ground Tuesday.
UPDATE: The Cure Starts Now Foundation says that Tuesday's fundraising telethon and online donations have raised $100,000 as of about 12:30 p.m.
Prison time has been ordered for an East Enterprise man who robbed Fisk’s General Store in Patriot.
Dearborn County Hospital is welcoming a new Family Medicine Physician to the community.
A Dillsboro father spent his Christmas behind bars after being arrested on allegations that he dealt drugs with his juvenile son present.