Despite their perceived reputation as people who are trying to make life tougher on the public, the police officers I know are good-hearted men who are out to enforce the law and protect the public from the dangers of the world. This video is proof of that.
Have a concern about something going on in your neighborhood, or just looking to shoot the breeze with one of Evansville's finest about the weather? You can do both at the Evansville Police Department's "Coffee With a Cop" this Tuesday.
Investigators for the Evansville Police Department have named 20-year-old Timothy Stiff of Evansville as the prime suspect in a robbery at the Check Into Cash location on East Diamond Avenue Thursday night.
The night will feature performances from artists signed to Nkosi Records, the label founded by Evansville Police Detective Nathan Schroer who passed away earlier this week after a 10 year battle with leukemia.
The Evansville Police Department announced earlier today they have identified, and are searching for 26-year-old Antoine M. Russell as the second suspect in a stabbing late Monday night on the city's north side.
Despite the fact he hasn't hopped on a bike in quite some time, Sergeant Brian Talsma will join a group of other riders in April of 2014 to make the over 1,000 mile ride to the House of Hope national headquarters in Orlando, Florida in an effort to raise funds to build a House of Hope residence…
Investigators with the Evansville Police Department believe 34-year-old Edward Ivy held a victim at gunpoint while another, unidentified suspect stabbed them late last night on Evansville's north side, leaving the victim with life threatening injuries.
If you've been keeping up with the news, or at the very least, following Evansville Watch on Facebook and Twitter, then you know there's been an increase in "shots fired" reports in certain parts of the city. These reports have prompted Chief Billy Bolin to take extra ste…