Clark County

Trial date set for next year in Theatair X case

Attorneys representing Clarksville in a civil case related to adult business Theatair X have again asked a judge to uphold the town’s decision to revoke its business license.

Woman found safe after leaving Southern Indiana hospital, going missing in March

  Newborn baby found safe inside ‘safe haven baby box’ in Clarksville

GCCS parents may qualify for free preschool

  Southern IN business thankful for Derby following year marred by fire, COVID

  Indiana travel baseball team dedicates season to Charlestown officer killed by COVID-19

Woman arraigned on charges in fatal weekend crash

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  Thousands of students continue with virtual learning after schools reopen

  Public health officer hopes to ease fears after J&J vaccine put on hold

  Jeffersonville vaccine clinic switches to Moderna after blood clot reports

At least 15 exotic animals died being brought across the US by Tim Stark, documents show

  COVID-19 vaccine clinics need more volunteers

  COVID cases slightly increase as Indiana prepares to lift restrictions

Indiana man arrested for child solicitation of 13-year-old girl

Indiana State Police have arrested a Scott County man after illicitly communicating with a 13-year-old girl in Clark County.

  Clark County will follow state guidelines, drop mask mandate on April 6

Dr. Eric Yazel said he will monitor the COVID-19 positivity rate and may reinstitute new guidelines later on.

TRAFFIC ALERT UPDATE: One lane of I-65 North in Southern Indiana reopened

One crash involved a semi and a car. The second involved a Clark County Sheriff’s Office vehicle.

  Expectant mother, doctor talk ‘game changer’ COVID vaccine

“The more data that comes out, the more it shows COVID hits pregnant patients much harder,” Clark County Health Officer Dr. Eric Yazel said.

  Those 45 and older can now get vaccinated in Indiana

  Indiana teachers nearing normalcy, jumping vaccination hurdles

  Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic opens in Southern Indiana

  Vaccine supply tipping point estimated to be weeks away

  Utica residents were prepared for flood waters but not concerned

Louisville woman critically injured in fiery I-65 crash

  Southern Indiana homeowners along the Ohio River prep for potential flooding

As the water levels rise, people who live in towns along the Ohio River are watching it closely and preparing for potential flooding.

  Event organizers weighing modified spring, summer plans

Some events once cancelled due to the pandemic are slowly starting to return to calendars.

  Homebound Hoosiers program brings vaccine to Indiana residents at home

Homebound Indiana residents who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine but are unable to travel to a vaccination site will now have an option to have the vaccine come to them.

  COVID patients in single digits at Clark Memorial, none on ventilators

Indiana’s positivity rate continues to drop. The state reported a 4.1% positivity rate Tuesday.

Mail soaked in controlled substance leads to charges for woman, inmate

An investigation into a piece of suspicious mail sent to the Clark County Jail began on Jan. 5.

Southeast Indiana prepares for snow as full call for plow trucks issued

INDOT Southeast said the National Weather Service predicts one to two inches of snow overnight Saturday.

  Clark, Floyd County teachers need to wait for vaccines

In Indiana, teachers have yet to get their vaccinations, as the state doesn’t recognize educators as a top priority.

Jeffersonville house fire claims one life, injures another

The fatal house fire happened Monday night in the 800 block of Pratt Street.

School switches to virtual learning as teachers quarantine

Due to staff members having to quarantine, a high school will switch to online learning for the rest of the week.

  Clark County Health Department says some people ‘lying’ to obtain COVID-19 vaccine

The Clark County Health Department is urging people who are allegedly lying to jump ahead in line for a COVID vaccine to stop.

  More vaccinated in Clark County due to extra doses

Extra COVID-19 vaccines are leading to more people getting shots in the Hoosier State.

  Clark County Heath Department receives extra vaccines, extends hours

The department received approximately 700 doses and will extended its hours on Friday and Saturday.

  GCCS board votes in favor of nearly $6 million in budget cuts, closure of two schools

The approval came following a series of objections from parents, teachers, coaches and bus drivers who urged board members to postpone their vote.

  Hoosiers 70+ experience long wait times, no appointments when signing up for vaccine

Indiana health officials told reporters the issues are likely due to high traffic on the registration sites and lack of doses, not vaccination site capacity.

Lane closures on I-265 after semi overturns in Clark County

An overturned semi on Interstate 265 is causing delays in traffic and lane closures Saturday morning.

  Greater Clark County Schools proposes $6 million in budget cuts; closure of two schools

Some parents say they were blindsided by what could happen.

  COVID-19: Indiana starts vaccinating adults 80 and over

In Indiana, anyone over the age of 80 is now able to get the coronavirus vaccine.

Clark County man arrested after fleeing traffic stop

Just before midnight Tuesday, a trooper stopped a car on I-65 North near the 55 mile marker in Jackson County. As the trooper walked up to the car, it sped off.

  Southern Indiana sites awaiting doses, prepared to give out COVID-19 vaccine

As Louisville opened its mass vaccination site Monday, Hoosiers are preparing similar locations across Southern Indiana.

Madison man arrested after traffic stop leads to multiple felony charges

A man is facing multiple felony charges after a traffic stop on I-65 near Sellersburg Monday night, according to Indiana State Police.

  Greater Clark, other surrounding districts return to in-person learning following winter break

One superintendent believes there is no better option than in-person learning.

Jeffersonville man convicted in 2018 killing appeals sentence

A man who pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the 2018 death of a Jeffersonville woman has appealed the 30-year-sentence given to him by a Clark County judge.

COVID restrictions impact Southern Indiana New Year’s Eve celebrations

As the world says goodbye to 2020, celebrations to ring in 2021 look a lot different than in years past.

Family dispute leads to shooting in Jeffersonville; 1 dead, suspect at large

A man died after being shot in what investigators said was a family dispute.

  Southern Indiana preparing for next tier of vaccine rollout

Hospitals in Indiana are currently vaccinating healthcare workers while commercial pharmacies are performing injections at longterm-care facilities.

Henryville High School teacher dies in wreck

The Clark County Sheriff’s Department was called at about 3:15 p.m. to a single-vehicle accident on Charlestown Memphis Road in Clark County.

  ‘Critical services’ lost in massive fire in Jeffersonville

Investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked a massive fire that burned for more than 12 hours.

Suspect arrested in police pursuit across Kentucky, Indiana

An arrest has been made in a police pursuit involving a stolen vehicle Sunday afternoon beginning in Louisville and ending in Jeffersonville.

Crews battling structure fire in Jeffersonville

Jeffersonville Fire Department is on scene working a structure fire reported on the intersection of Court Avenue and Spring Street Sunday afternoon.

  Jeffersonville’s holiday music concert airing on WAVE 3 News on Christmas Day

The show will air on WAVE 3 News at 3 p.m. on Christmas Day.

Clark County sheriff receives COVID-19 vaccine

Sheriff Jamey Noel posted a photo of himself receiving the vaccine on Thursday on Facebook.

Clark County announces new COVID restrictions

The Clark County Health Department has issued new coronavirus restrictions that begin Friday.

Clark Memorial Health administers COVID-19 vaccine to frontline healthcare workers

As the Hoosier state continues to battle more coronavirus cases, hospitals on Monday began to administer Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.

  Southern Indiana hospitals prepare to administer COVID-19 vaccine pending FDA approval

Southern Indiana hospitals are experiencing a “significant spike” in new coronavirus patients.

Duke Energy offering bill pay assistance

Customers are able to get up to $300 in assistance with their bill.

  Clarksville teacher dies from COVID-19 in ambulance before receiving test results

Out of the more than 6,300 COVID-19 deaths in Indiana, a Clarksville teacher is one of them.

Visitation, memorial service announced for Charlestown officer TeJuan Johnson

Funeral services and a life celebration service have been announced for a Charlestown police officer who died due to complications with COVID.

Clark County extends restrictions on restaurants, bars

The restriction on gatherings also remains in effect to no more than 50 people which was laid out in a November announcement by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb.

  Snow days may be less likely as students learn remotely during pandemic

The first snow of the season has laid a light blanket across much of WAVE Country. But for many learning remotely, the prospects of a snow day are slim this year.

  Report: Man who killed co-worker at Big O Tires pleads guilty

A man originally charged with murder following the shooting death of his co-worker last year has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, according to a report.

Indiana Department of Transportation hiring for winter season positions

The Indiana Department of Transportation is looking for seasonal workers to help plow roadways during winter weather.

$2.2 million winning lottery ticket sold in Indiana

The ticket is worth an estimated $2.2 million and matched six numbers in Saturday night’s Hoosier Lotto jackpot drawing.

Radio host living on lift to support bike donations for children

At 6 a.m. on a chilly Thursday, Q103′s morning show host Gator Glass went up in a lift at the UAW 862 Union Hall. Why? He’s kicking off the 2020 Bike or Bust.

Clark County Health Department adds restrictions to restaurants, gatherings

Bars and restaurants in Clark County will have to follow new restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the community.

Jeffersonville PD, Lifespring partner to help addicts overcome opioid abuse

Four social workers and peer support specialists will be hired to help addicts overcome their issues.

  Surging COVID-19 cases have Clark County leaders debating more restrictions

Clark County Health Officer Dr. Eric Yazel told WAVE 3 News his team is debating seating capacity limits, among other restrictions, as coronavirus cases surge statewide.

Duke Energy warns customers of scams during COVID-19 pandemic

Utility Scam Awareness Day is on Wednesday.

Veterans learn skills in automotive repair in ‘Operation Jeep Build Program’

Veterans got their chance to put their automotive repair skills to the test as the first project in the “Operation Jeep Build Program” began on Sunday.

COVID-19 numbers forces move to NTI for several WAVE Country school districts

With the numbers of positive COVID-19 cases climbing in Kentucky and Indiana, some school districts in both states are moving to non-traditional instruction.

  Indiana’s new COVID-19 restrictions come as Jeffersonville businesses prep for holiday season

Downtown Jeffersonville began the annual Holiday Open House Thursday afternoon.

Southern Indiana rides for a good cause in annual Toys for Tots Toy Run

Residents in Clarksville got their motors running to help spread a little cheer this upcoming holiday season.

UPDATE: Officials report missing 20-year-old Jeffersonville woman found

A Statewide Silver Alert has been canceled after a missing 20-year-old woman from Jeffersonville has been found.

Spring Street in Jeffersonville opening up for additional outdoor dining, business

Spring Street in Jeffersonville will be closing off two blocks to make room for pedestrians and open up the street to help support downtown businesses.

  Free bikes for the holidays for children in Kentucky and Indiana

Organizers of Bikes or Bust said thousands of children are more in need this year than last year because of all the struggles that came in 2020.

  Early lines shorten quickly at southern Indiana polling location

For 28 days, Indiana offered early voting, partly to try to limit crowds across the state of Indiana.

'I’ll never forget that sound’: Halloween drive-by shooting leaves Clarksville couple traumatized

Though Halloween is over, not knowing who did this or why continues to haunt the Acrees.

  Southern Indiana early voting polls packed to the last minute

On the final day for early voting in the State of Indiana, people lined up at Floyd County 4-H Fairgrounds and other polling locations across the Hoosier state.

  Tim Stark pleads not guilty to battery, intimidation of a law enforcement officer

The founder of the now-closed Wildlife in Need animal sanctuary in Charlestown, Ind., appeared virtually in Clark County court on Thursday.