Floyd County

Testimony begins in Floyd County murder trial

James Duffy, 27, is charged with the murder of 68-year-old Lewis Morrison, a veteran found shot to death in his home in 2016.

Gov. Eric Holcomb delivers State of State address

Friends, neighbors grieve New Albany woman found dead in fire

New co-working space aimed at local creatives opens in New Albany

New Albany Municipal Election Campaign Season Begins

New Albany house fire kills woman

Bill Cochran: Longtime southern Indiana lawmaker dies

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  Breweries stuck waiting for labels during goverment shutdown

Vigil held where three children were killed in fire five years ago

Caught in the Act: Suspects check to see if cars are unlocked in Floyd Co.

Report finds Indiana tourism industry thriving

6 taken to hospital following multi-vehicle crash in New Albany

Winter solstice heightens light phenomenon at historic IN mansion

Man shot in New Albany

The shooting was reported shortly after midnight in the 100 block of Woodbourne Drive, according to New Albany Police chief Todd Bailey.

Rooster eluding capture for months brought to NAFC animal shelter, adopted

You’ve heard the old joke, how did the chicken cross the road? But in New Albany it hasn’t been a joke.

Shelter calls for microchipping pets after difficulty finding injured dog owners

Mircochipping costs anywhere between $15 to $35.

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.

Former New Albany café owner pleads guilty in murder-for-hire plot

Artificial turf soccer field to be built at site of former elementary school

New Albany frozen yogurt shop to close

Local animal shelters reducing or eliminating adoption fees for the holidays

$15 million renovation happening at Floyd County Jail

Cox’s Hot Chicken is latest in economic boom for downtown New Albany

  Bridge completed along Ohio River Greenway, connecting communities

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

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.

Police: IN man shot girlfriend in face during fight

Neighbors were detaining the suspect when officers arrived.

Search is on in New Albany for injured bear, struck on I-64

Investigators are trying to track the bear. If anyone sees the bear, call police.

New Albany breaks ground on Green Valley basin

By constructing the basin, the city hopes to reduce flow rates and flooding along the State Street drainage corridor. It will also help prevent flooding in surrounding neighborhoods.

Midterm early voting numbers on the rise around southern Indiana

Polls open in fewer than 24 hours, but that’s not stopping thousands of voters in Indiana from casting their ballots early.

Teen shot in New Albany, fellow teen charged

The shooting happened around 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the area of Charlestown Road at Silver Street.

54 sex offenders compliant in unannounced check before Halloween

The checks confirm the offender is living at the address they’ve reported and have valid identification.

IN man killed in motorcycle crash; wife may not survive

A southern Indiana family taking advantage of a beautiful fall day to ride motorcycles was hit with tragedy.

Cities move Trick-or-Treating times due to rain in the forecast

Rain in the forecast has prompted cities to change Trick-or-Treat times.

Many neighborhoods changing trick-or-treating to Tuesday, but not all

Heavy rain and wind are in the forecast for Wednesday, which is Halloween.

New Albany police officer arrested on domestic battery charges

Officer Matthew Isenberg has worked for NAPD for 3 1/2 years.

NAFC school board moves forward with soccer field plans

A new soccer field could be coming to the New Albany Floyd County school district.

Constitutional amendment on ballot for Indiana voters

One thing Indiana residents will be voting on on Nov. 6 is a constitutional amendment to require lawmakers to pass a balanced budget.

Following former tannery fire, New Albany continues with plan for Ohio River Greenway

The fire department is investigating what caused this weekend's fire. The former tannery has seen multiple fires in years past.

Driver seriously injured after crashing into tree

The crash was reported in the 5600 block of Scottsville Road around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to Lafayette Twp. Fire Protection District spokesman Sgt. Ryan Houchen

New Albany to take road, speed counts on downtown grid

Several residents, including a city councilman, asked the New Albany Board of Public Works & Safety last week to do something to slow traffic along sections of Spring Street after a man was hit and killed at Spring and E. Ninth streets on August 6.

Jail tax ordinance moves forward in Floyd County

The final vote will take place on Wednesday.

1 wounded in New Albany shooting

A joint investigation is underway by the New Albany Police Department and Indiana State Police into an overnight shooting that wounded one man.

Police investigating swastika graffiti at IN retirement community

By Monday afternoon, the sign was covered with white tarp, with plans to finish repainting it on Tuesday.

New Albany skateboarder killed in crash remembered by hundreds

New Albany police said 32-year-old Matthew Brewer was riding a skateboard in the westbound lane of E. Spring Street when he was hit by the minivan.

Residents of Riverview Towers begin to move back in

Of the 167 units, 55 have now returned back to their homes.

  Kitten makes miraculous recovery after serious injuries

It could have been a case of terrible abuse or just a bad accident, but now one little kitten named "Blitzy" at the New Albany Floyd County animal shelter is making a miraculous recovery just one month after coming in with burns and serious injuries.

Pedestrian struck in New Albany dies

New Albany police say the man was riding a skateboard when he was hit by a minivan.

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.

Riverview Towers without air conditioning or electricity; residents moved to hotels

Over 160 people who live at Riverview Towers in New Albany were evacuated from the building Monday afternoon and taken to local hotels.

Students perform successful opening night of 'Newsies' despite fire

The Floyd Central High School teens practiced and practiced, but just a few days before their big show -- life threw them a curve ball. But the show must go on. Friday was opening night.