Ohio River to crest near 47 feet in Evansville

Feb 27, 2018
John Gibson

A number of Tri-State roads remain closed as the Ohio River continues to rise slowly.


Heavy rain on Saturday flooded dozens of roadways and caused the city of Evansville’s sewer system to reach its capacity.

The rain ended by Sunday morning but the Ohio River is still rising, and forecasters predict it won’t crest until Wednesday.

As of noon Monday, the Ohio at Evansville was just below 46 feet – nearly 4 feet above flood stage.

3 arrested in New Year's shooting

Feb 27, 2018

Evansville Police have arrested 3 people in connection with the New Year’s Day shooting death of D’Angelo White.

A 4th suspect remains at large.

Investigators believe White was lured to the 1400 block of S. Bedford by 17 year old Carissa Robinson. She’s charged as an adult in the case.

A news release from the EPD states Robinson sent White a message saying she wanted to buy marijuana from him.

Police believe the drug deal was arranged with the purpose of robbing White.

Red Blue Hoops Season 4: Episode 7

Feb 22, 2018

In this episode of RBH, the guys are live at Bar Louie, Evan gets a new best friend, and regular caller Wayne proves that numbers don't lie.

Catch Red Blue Hoops back in action next Thursday night at 6pm Central on 88.3 WNIN-FM and online at You can also connect with the show on Twitter by following @redbluehoops. More information and previous shows can be found on the Red Blue Hoops page.  

In this episode, our host Paola Marizán shares with co-producer Mareea Thomas how moving from her home country at age 6 made her feel displaced, how domestic violence lead her and su mama to be refugees and how now that she's older tiene que encarar and deal with depression; which is a taboo topic in the Latino communidad because it can be viewed as a sign of weakness.

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Charges brought in online school threat

Feb 16, 2018

A Central High School student said he was trying to get school canceled Friday. Now, he’s facing a felony charge for allegedly making a social media post threatening violence at an Evansville high school.