Clark County

Gov. Eric Holcomb delivers State of State address

Inpatient rehabilitation hospital being built in Clarksville

Extension cord causes deadly Jeffersonville fire

Clarksville considering new pedestrian overpass, corridor study for Brown’s Station Way

Indiana bill seeks to improve student safety by strengthening school bus laws

Clark County man arrested on child porn charges after 3-month investigation

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  ISP trooper keeps optimism, passion for job a year after being shot in head

Barge salvage plan finalized; work to begin on Wednesday

GCCS prepares for superintendent search

Man sentenced in Jeffersonville child molestation case

Washington Co. road closed due to officer-involved accident

Man arrested following police pursuit on I-65 in Indiana

  Partial government shutdown putting pressure on local federal employees

Going nearly two weeks with zero income, a Jeffersonville Census Bureau employee is starting to lose hope she’ll come out of the shutdown financially stable.

Suspect in Jeffersonville Stop-N-Go murder appears in court

Antonio McRae learned how much prison time he could serve if found guilty.

Semi, train involved in Clarksville crash

The train and semi crashed at U.S. 31 and Cooper Lane early Thursday morning.

Indiana American Water moves forward with purchase of Charlestown water system

Could the days of brown water soon be over for people living in Charlestown?

Charlestown man accused of driving drunk with six minors in car

Man accused of murdering local business owner apologizes to family

Man arrested in connection with Jeffersonville store owner shooting

Report finds Indiana tourism industry thriving

High water, loose barges cause public safety concern in Clarksville

Clark Memorial Bridge reopens after multiple crashes

  Greater Clark County Schools accepts resignation of superintendent

During an emotional Christmas Eve morning meeting, the Greater Clark County school board reluctantly agreed to let Dr. Andrew Melin resign.

Funeral arrangements announced for New Chapel Fire Chief Leon Noel

Leon Noel, 43, died December 21.

Clark Co. officials ask for help locating alleged burglars

Officials in Clark County are asking for the public’s help finding two people they say were involved in a recent burglary.

Leon Noel: Southern IN fire chief dies in hospital at age 43

Leon Noel, 43, spent decades serving his community as a firefighter.

Officials break ground on new Jeffersonville park

The park will be 115 acres off New Chapel Road, backing up to River Ridge.

Greater Clark County Schools superintendent to resign

The board will vote on his resignation during a meeting on Dec. 24.

High school students pack food for fellow students, learn a lesson on giving

The students at Renaissance Academy put as much food together as they could to make sure southern Indiana kids don't go hungry.

Clark County family experiences the season of giving after illness and injury

In November, Chad Whobrey was stringing Christmas lights on his Charlestown house when his ladder collapsed, sending him crashing 15 feet onto concrete.

Community says painful, final goodbye to fallen Charlestown police officer

Charlestown Police Sgt. Ben Bertram was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash last week near Scottsburg.

K-9 units from all over IN attend Charlestown officer’s funeral

Fallen officer Ben Bertram was a part of the K-9 unit in Charlestown, handling two dogs in the span of his career.

Former classmates of fallen Charlestown officer line Market Street with flags

A group of Charlestown High School alumni noticed there was one street missing the touch of the American flag.

Suspect in fatal police pursuit back in court facing more charges

Three felonies and a misdemeanor were filed against suspect Benjamin Eads in court Monday.

Businesses, community rally in support of family of fallen officer

The visitation for Sgt. Ben Bertram began Monday afternoon at Charlestown High School. Bertram, a Charlestown police officer, was killed Wednesday night when he crashed into a tree during a high-speed chase with a suspect.

Charlestown shows love and support for fallen officer

It’s been a painful week for Charlestown. Mourning the loss of an officer, citizens are now banding together to heal.

Kye’s celebrate 25 years with ‘Going Away Party’

Kye's is considered a community staple - and has served a number of presidents and governors.

Community, friends rally behind those who knew fallen Charlestown officer Ben Bertram

In the days since Sgt. Benton Bertram's death, much of the Charlestown community has come together to support the Bertram family and his family in blue to remember who Ben was.

Groundbreaking for downtown Jeffersonville elementary

The new school is expected to open in January of 2020.

NTSB releases preliminary report on deadly plane crash that killed Wayne Estopinal, 2 others

There was no distress message heard by air traffic control in Louisville or Indianapolis.

Benton Bertram: Funeral service announced for officer killed in chase

Benton “Ben” Bertram died when he crashed his car into a tree while pursuing a suspect late Wednesday night.

Five Questions on Holiday Makeup

The holiday season is a busy time. It’s also when, let’s face it, we want to look our best.

Charlestown police, community grieve Sgt. Ben Bertram

Sgt. Bertram was killed not long after taking part in the department's Christmas with a Cop event.

Bullets found in Silver Creek High School band room

The school was placed on lockdown after a student found a shotgun and a rifle shell on the floor.

  Indiana police officer killed in crash while chasing suspect

The crash was reported around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, near the intersection of State Road 3 and State Road 56 in Scott County.

Charlestown mother charged with neglect for leaving child at school

The mother dropped her 7-year-old child off but did not return at the end of the day, according to court records.

State’s approval of reorganization standards allows West Clark split to move forward

Before a district can split, the district needs a plan ensuring student and community benefit is at the forefront.

NoCo arts district in downtown Jeff gains state accreditation as area grows

Jeffersonville’s new arts and cultural district, dubbed NoCo, is being accredited by the state as a cultural district.

Pleasant Ridge neighborhood added to National Register of Historic Places

The battle over the neighborhood has lasted years.

Jeffersonville’s arts and cultural district gets statewide designation

Jeffersonville is one of three communities that was added to the Statewide Cultural District Designation Program on Monday.

Longtime ISP trooper trades investigations for protecting kids as Silver Creek Primary SRO

After 32 years with Indiana State Police, Mary Sanchez retired and put on a different uniform at the start of the school year.

Lease burning celebrates end of longtime army lease, future growth for River Ridge

To fulfill the lease, River Ridge needed to buy the land back from the Army, get the federal government to release all liens on the property and take over leases to the land the Army has been leasing out to companies on the property since the '70s. They were able to do that 35 years early.

Clark County launches new life saving initiative

The new initiative would allow 911 operators to enlist the help of civilians if someone in their area was having a heart related issue.

Funeral arrangements set for pilot killed in Clark County plane crash

A Celebration of Life for Andrew Dale Davis will be held at 11 AM on Saturday at Northside Christian Church in New Albany.

Silver Alert issued for Charlestown, Indiana woman believed to be in extreme danger

Angel Marie Combs was last seen in Charlestown on Tuesday, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

Clark Memorial Bridge maintenance project pauses for winter weather

Continued cleaning and painting of the Clark Memorial Bridge will resume in mid-February 2019.

Event venue space in Clark County could become drug detox center

The family who has operated Wooded Glen for 16 years said they are looking for a new way to help.

New Washington parents concerned over ‘playing up’ policy for school sports

It’s been happening for years to help fill the gaps in the teams that are often very light on players, due to the small size of New Washington schools.

’He’s touched everyone’s lives’; Co-workers devastated by death of 3 in plane crash

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a plane crash that killed three people Friday near Memphis, Indiana, just minutes after taking off.

Passengers in deadly Indiana plane crash identified

The crash was reported in the 2300 block of Crone Road around 11:30 a.m. Friday, according to Indiana State Police.

Sellersburg couple accused of molesting minor they met online

A Sellersburg couple told police they didn’t know that the girl they met on a dating site and brought to their home for sex was a minor.

Jeffersonville’s Promise to give free college tuition to Jeff High grads

A new program and promise from the City of Jeffersonville will pay for the tuition for Jeffersonville High School graduates to get their two-year degree from Ivy Tech Community College.

New victim in case of Jeffersonville man accused of child molestation at YMCA

Michael Begin, 19, allegedly assaulted children as young as four years old.

Group seeks to turn retreat center into substance abuse treatment facility in Clark County

A proposal to transform Wooded Glen into an inpatient facility is working its way through Clark County.

Sellersburg Fire deputy chief re-elected despite loss of certifications

A Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Department deputy chief has been re-elected to a new term, despite having lost his fire certifications due to a 2001 child pornography conviction.

Greater Clark County schools hiring bus drivers

The Greater Clark County school system is looking for school bus drivers and bus monitors.

Bridge completed along Ohio River Greenway, connecting communities

The new bridge has been a collective partnership between Clarksville and New Albany.

Boil Water Advisory issued for several parts of Sellersburg

Officials have ordered a Boil Water Advisory for many parts of Sellersburg.

Eager customers hit Black Friday deals at Bass Pro Shops

Early rising shoppers in Clarksville, IN traded their turkey for holiday shopping inside Bass Pro Shops on Black Friday.

Nightly closures of Clark Memorial Bridge suspended for holiday weekend

It’s good news for drivers who wish to avoid the tolls on the I-65 bridge.

Growler USA soon to open, first of many developments around 265 in Jeffersonville

Shoppers in southern Indiana will soon have far more options, as a variety of stores and entertainment venues go up in Jeffersonville.

Huber’s Farm stays in the family

Four bidders shelled out a combined $2.7 million dollars at the auction block to keep the beloved business open--one of whom was a Huber.

$2.7 million auction bid keeps Huber’s Farm in business

Thanksgiving dinner will be a good one for the Hubers in five days.

Kits, life-saving training granted to school, county workers in Clark County

Uncontrolled bleeding is the leading cause of preventable deaths in trauma patients.

Man accused of killing girlfriend, eating body parts, ruled competent for trial

In 2014, Joseph Oberhansley allegedly stabbed and killed his girlfriend, Tammy Jo Blanton, in her Jeffersonville home, and then ate parts of her body afterward.

Multi-state drug trafficking scheme nets millions in cash, marijuana

Police said the marijuana was the most potent they've ever come across.

Charlestown residents demand end to brown water

For many in Charlestown, Ind., brown and black water flows from faucets due to a buildup in manganese in pipes that are more than 50 years old.

Jeffersonville man pleads guilty to molestation

If convicted on all counts, the charges could have carried up to 110 years in prison.

Two injured following Jeffersonville house fire

The fire was reported in the 900 block of East Chestnut Street around 11 a.m. Tuesday.

Community raises money for reward in murder of beloved Jeffersonville store owner

Community members gathered Friday to try and raise a $5,000 reward for anyone with information in the murder of Praful Patel.