Floyd County

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.