The Evansville Police Department and Vanderburgh Sheriff's Department will join the Indiana State Police for the roughly two week program aimed at getting drunk drivers off the street, and cause people to think twice before getting behind the wheel after a night out.
It was on April 8th when the Evansville Police Department announced a joint venture with the EVSC to help kids make better choices called Choose Not to Lose. The most visible signs of the program are the unmistakeable program Jeep vehicles assigned to each of the Evansville high schools.
Local officers from the Evansville Police Department, Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Department, along with Vanderburgh Confinement Officers will trade their badges for aprons to benefit local Special Olympics athletes during today's "Cops & Cowboys" fundraiser at T…
The individual responsible for threatening tweets against the University of Evansville on Tuesday which led to school officials to cancel the men's baseball game against Austin Peay State University later that day is in police custody.
A Twitter user known only by the name, Sir Quan, (@PopeQuanPaul), caused the cancellation of the men's baseball game against Austin Peay State University on Tuesday after sending tweets to the UE Athletic Department earlier in the day alluding to possible violence at the game.