Clark County

Driver who ignored school bus stop sign arrested

  Man killed in Jeffersonville explosion identified

  Prayer vigil scheduled following deadly Jeffersonville explosion

  ‘This shook our city,’ Jeffersonville mayor tours damage following home explosion

  Experts give tips for natural gas safety

  ’They would always say hi’ -- Friends, neighbors describe couple who lived in home that exploded

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New drug tip line launced in Indiana

  Red Cross assisting displaced neighbors following home explosion

  1 killed, 2 injured in Jeffersonville, Indiana home explosion

  Jeffersonville home explosion cause still under investigation

  ‘We thought it was gun shots’ -- Neighbors describe aftermath of home explosion in Jeffersonville

  Indiana man charged with child molestation, accused of posing as wrestler online

Both Clark County judges home from hospital after shooting in Indianapolis

Andrew Adams and Brad Jacobs were shot during an argument outside a White Castle restaurant in the early-morning hours of May 1.

  Charlestown Police, family honor memory and sacrifice of Sgt. Ben Bertram

Members of Bertram’s family and fellow officers honored his memory and his sacrifice in the nation’s capital as part of the National Peace Officers Memorial Service.

Southern Indiana man shot in the face, suspects arrested

Police initally responded to a report of a stabbing, but later determined it was a gunshot wound.

Theatair X appeals license revocation in court

The appeal comes after a unanimous vote by the Clarksville Town Council to uphold the license revocation.

  Woman worked for years to see the Lewis and Clark Trail’s extended through southern Indiana

Jeffersonville PD officer injured in crash identified, driver of other vehicle arrested

Indiana anglers gear up for Free Fishing Days

  Lewis and Clark National Trail expansion celebrated in Clarksville

Firefighters rescue ducklings from drain

GCCS board approves use of metal detectors in schools

Police release photos of men accused of shooting Clark County, IN judges

The accused are Alfredo Vazquez, 23, and Brandon Kaiser, 41.

Water shut down, boil water advisory ahead for several areas of Sellersburg

During a boil water advisory, water should be brought to a rolling boil before consumption to kill harmful bacteria.

  Court documents give details in Indianapolis shootings of Clark Co. judges

The shootings happened early on May 1 in the parking lot of a downtown Indianapolis White Castle.

Clark County man arrested on charges of voter fraud

John David Croucher is charged with perjury, ineligible voter -voting or offering to vote, and voting outside precinct residence.

  Friend of two Clark County judges shot last week says both are improving

One judge could be heading back to Clark County within the next few days.

Wounded Southern Indiana judges continue recovery

Judges Bradley Jacobs and Andrew Adams were shot early May 1 in a restaurant parking lot. The men were attending an educational conference.

Theatair X will be forced to shut down

The Clarksville Town Council voted Thursday to close Theatair X on U.S. 31.

  Condition of 1 of 2 judges wounded in Indianapolis shooting upgraded

Judge Andrew Adams and Judge Bradley Jacobs were shot early Wednesday outside an Indianapolis White Castle.

  Community shaken by shooting of two Clark County judges

Clark County Judge Bradley Jacobs and Judge Andrew Adams were shot in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant while out of town at a conference.

  Clarksville adult bookstore and theater fighting to keep business license

After years of violations, attorneys for Theatair X made their case to the town council, saying the latest attempts to revoke its business license should be dismissed.

  Charlestown Police Department’s new K9 named for fallen officer

The pup’s presence is bringing joy to the department, bearing a name that signifies so much in the community.

Former Senator Richard Lugar dead at 87

He was the longest serving member of Congress in Indiana’s history.

Man killed in southern Indiana officer-involved shooting

A man is dead following an officer-involved shooting in Southern Indiana.

  Jeffersonville man sentenced to 120 years for molesting girls

A Jeffersonville man accused of molesting 20 young girls learned his sentence.

Man accused of burglarizing several Jeffersonville businesses

A man accused of burglarizing several businesses in a matter of hours was taken into custody.

  Sellersburg planning improvements to downtown appearance

Community leaders in Sellersburg are planning to give the downtown a facelift.

Man accused of killing girlfriend, eating parts of her body returns to court

Attorneys for Joseph Oberhansley are seeking dismissal of the death penalty.

Charlestown PD names new K9 after fallen Sgt Ben Bertram

The 8-week-old red Labrador Retriever is named Hurley, after Sgt. Benjamin Hurley Bertram.

  Clarksville teachers call for higher teacher pay during Red For Ed walk-in

"You gave us no choice; you made us use our teacher voice," teachers called out in front of Clarksville Elementary School on Wednesday morning.

  Clarksville moves to revoke Theatair X’s adult business license

The town of Clarksville said they intend to revoke the license of Theatair X because the business is in violation of zoning ordinances.

Jeffersonville breaks ground on reconstruction of Spring Street

Substantial completion of the project is expected by the end of August.

  River Ridge to invest $315 million over two decades to continue business growth

So far, they’ve only developed about 1,200 of River Ridge’s 6,000 acre stretch.

  Clarksville FD hand delivers Easter eggs after original event cancelled

Saturday’s heavy rain caused a decades-long Clarksville tradition--the annual Easter egg hunt--to be cancelled. But the local fire department stepped in to make sure kids still got their Easter treats.

Clarksville to distribute 10,000 Easter eggs

The Clarksville Fire Department and Clarksville Parks will team up to distribute over 10,000 Easter eggs on Easter Sunday.

  A 5-K9 race for fallen Charlestown officer

Sergeant Ben Bertram was killed in a crash while pursuing a suspect in December. Saturday, his community held a 5-K9 so they could be there when Bertram’s name is honored in Washington DC.

New substance abuse treatment facility opens in Jeffersonville

A new outpatient substance abuse treatment facility is now open in Jeffersonville.

  City of Jeffersonville to start long-needed improvements to Spring Street

Downtown Jeffersonville is continuing to look better and better. And that's by design.

Indiana factory fined 2 months after worker was killed

A Jeffersonville production facility has been fined $14,000 following the death of a worker there.

  Indiana animal cruelty bill to become law in July

House Bill 1615, approved 92-0 in the House Wednesday, will update Indiana’s animal cruelty statutes to crack down on people who choose to harm animals.

Accused killer makes first court appearance

Stephon Moore, 30, was arrested in Louisville on Tuesday morning, accused in the deadly shooting that took place in Jennings County, Ind., the night before.

Lewis and Clark extension ceremony site announced

The expanded recognition includes areas in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and new portions of trail in Illinois and Missouri.

River Ridge Commerce Center says it needs $315 million

Clark County's River Ridge Commerce Center wants to grow more, but says more investment is needed to make that happen.

  Indiana, Kentucky governors push for more resources to help kids graduate, succeed

A program that helps at-risk students graduate and build a better future may soon grow.

Jeffersonville’s Promise survives legislation designed to dismantle program

Jeffersonville's Promise failed to clear the Indiana Senate this legislative session.

Officials find man’s body in Ohio River near Silver Creek

The Louisville Fire Department was called to the river just before 6 p.m. Friday, MetroSafe confirmed.

Indiana vaping tax one step closer to law

A bill that would place a 20 percent tax on vaping products passed committee Thursday.

Officer let go after stealing money from youth football league

The Clarksville police officer accused of stealing money from a youth football league is no longer working for the department.

  Jeffersonville celebrates naming of new downtown elementary school

Crews are busy working to build a new elementary school in downtown Jeffersonville. And now, that school has a name.

  High school students get hands-on teaching on dangers of drunk driving

This time of year, around Thunder Over Louisville and prom season, impaired driving tragedies seem to happen all too often.

  Ben Bertram Park dedicated in fallen Charlestown officer’s honor

Fallen Sergeant Ben Bertram didn’t have a park growing up in his neighborhood but that changed Saturday. The city of Charlestown has a goal to build a park within walking distance of every child’s home.

  Middle schooler paints restrooms with meaningful phrases to raise classmates’ self-confidence

Anna Schoonover said through her conversations with friends in between classes, she came to realize how many girls struggle with self-esteem.

Charlestown man faces 100+ counts of possessing child pornography

Police began investigating him in February following a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

  Firefighters pose with puppies to promote fostering of animals

There are a few new recruits hanging around the fire station in Jeffersonville who need a lot of extra attention. Every one of them is a foster dog.

Timeline changed for new downtown Jeffersonville school

The construction company will have three extra months for the substantial completion but finish overall about two months early.

  Clarksville woman describes her kidnapping, escape

Ravon Tupac Tyeshawn Briggs, of Louisville, was arrested after he allegedly abducted the woman from a car wash on Lewis and Clark Parkway.

  Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore announces campaign for reelection

Moore said he's accomplished a lot in the past eight years, turning Veterans Parkway into a booming retail area and revitalizing the downtown, including the creation of the NoCo arts and cultural district.

  Speed up! INDOT increases speed on parts of I-65, 265

Commutes in southern Indiana may get a little faster, as speed limits have increased on I-65 in Clark County.

Police: Woman unharmed after abduction in Clarksville

Police found the woman unharmed when they stopped the suspect near Columbus.

Ben Bertram Memorial Park to be dedicated in Charlestown

As the city of Charlestown plans to build several neighborhood parks, one will be named in honor of fallen Charlestown Police Sgt. Ben Bertram.

  Man arrested after allegedly inappropriately grabbing woman in Walmart restroom

Police say a man was in a women’s restroom at a southern Indiana Walmart when he inappropriately grabbed a woman.

Indiana House to hear revenge porn bill

The bill would make it illegal to share intimate images of someone without their consent.

Jeffersonville’s $30 million Gateway Development to transform entryway from I-65

Jeffersonville officials broke ground on a long-awaited commercial development project that will transform the city’s main entrance off Interstate 65.

Clark Memorial Bridge overnight closures begin tonight ... really!

After an abbreviated closure last night to place equipment, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the full overnight closure of the Clark Memorial Bridge to allow for painting will begin tonight.

  Nightly closures of Clark Memorial Bridge start back up for painting project

Completing the bridge’s new creamy yellow look will bring overnight road closures that could impact events at the KFC Yum! Center.

  Silver Creek High students create Kentuckianapoly board game with local businesses

The project teaches students business, finance and sales skills, all through one little game.

River Ridge Development Authority approves 82-acre land sale and new construction contract

The sale of 82-acres within the River Ridge Commerce Center will generate more than $7 million in funding for further development at River Ridge.

Thunder Over Louisville parking passes available for Jeffersonville residents

The passes will allow guests to gain access though a police checkpoint.

Lightning strike takes down Big Four Bridge’s light show

On March 9, lightning struck the bridge during a storm and damaged some key components.