Clark County

'I killed the dog': Jeffersonville man accused of animal cruelty, assault

A Jeffersonville man was arrested after police say he killed a puppy and assaulted a relative. Jerry Matthews said the dog "had black eyes" and "it was possessed."

  Two men charged with Clarksville home invasion; search for third suspect continues

Two men are in custody, one is still missing more than one week after a home invasion.

Jeffersonville homicide victim found dead in home identified

The victim was discovered dead in his home on E. High Street on on Sunday, Aug. 12.

Two dogs rescued from stormwater catch basin at Jeffersonville dog park

Two dogs had reportedly gotten away from their owner and jumped into a drainage ditch, which swept them through a tunnel and down into a catch basin.

Charges filed against man accused of molesting family member for years

The Clark County Sheriff said photographs found at two homes in Borden showed the victim naked in sexual poses or having sex with the suspect.

Body found inside Jeffersonville home

Jeffersonville police are investigating after a man's body was found inside of a home Sunday night.

Clark County renews needle exchange program

With a unanimous vote, the Clark County Health Department's needle exchange program will continue.

Attorneys for IN man accused of killing, eating ex-girlfriend delay trial

While the psychiatrist said Joseph Oberhansley is competent, his attorneys asked the judge for 30 days to evaluate their client before a trial date is set.

Brinly-Hardy blames layoffs on Trump administration tariffs

A Jeffersonville company says it has laid off 75 employees since February because of tariffs.

Governor joins push for Indiana hate crime law

The move by Governor Eric Holcomb comes just days after anti-Semitic graffiti was spray painted on a synagogue in Carmel.

Anti-semitic vandalism leads to renewed push for Indiana hate crime law

Hoosiers are renewing a call for a hate crime law in Indiana after a Carmel synagogue was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti. Nazi graffiti was spray-painted on a wall outside the temple. The act of vandalism is uniting many in the Carmel community and state-wide through a renewed push for a hate crime law in Indiana.

Southern Indiana school districts work to meet deadline for free metal detectors

Districts that apply can receive one wand for every 250 students.

New businesses, downtown in the works for Clarksville

The sale of land that created Veterans Crossing is helping pay for city improvement projects like the new trails and downtown for Clarksville.

Alleged drunk driver accused of killing motorcyclist arraigned

A Southern Indiana woman has been arraigned on murder, driving under the influence and wanton endangerment charges because Louisville Metro police say she was drunk when she hit and killed a motorcyclist.

Jeffersonville mother charged with leaving baby in hot car

A Jeffersonville mother is behind bars, charged with leaving her eight-month-old daughter in a hot car.

Sanity, competency evaluations set for man charged with shooting state trooper in the head

The man charged with shooting an Indiana state police officer in the head and driving off will undergo sanity and competency evaluations.

Construction set to begin on Jeffersonville's new downtown elementary school

After a victory this summer in a signature battle for a new downtown elementary school, work is expected to start in November on the new building.

Future of Jeffersonville's Nachand Fieldhouse after racial slur reversed $800k donation

Mayor Mike Moore returned a $400,000 check to the disgraced Papa John's CEO after he admitted to using the n-word on a conference call.

Woman stuck in window escaping meth bust

With a kids pool and toys in the front yard, at first glance it could look like a typical family home. But when a Clark County SWAT team broke open the door and arrested three people, it proved looks can be deceiving.

Drivers urged to lock doors, pay attention following carjacking conviction

Michael Vest was found guilty of robbery and being a habitual offender. Police said he approached a young woman sitting in her car on her phone as she waited for her shift to begin at Logan's Roadhouse.

Public to weigh in on 115-acre park in Jeffersonville's east end

The city is asking its residents to help determine part of what will go inside the new space.