Clark County

Wildlife in Need owner Tim Stark facing criminal charges, still at large

The owner of Wildlife in Need, Tim Stark, has a warrant out for his arrest after police say he grabbed and threatened an Indiana deputy attorney general in March.

West Nile Virus case confirmed in Clark County mosquito

Jury examines gruesome evidence photos during day 4 of Joseph Oberhansley murder trial

  Joseph Oberhansley: Jury in Clark County murder trial watches police interrogation

  Joseph Oberhansley trial: ‘There was blood everywhere’

Help the Clarksville Parks Department name its new baby goat

  ‘Gourd’ times at Huber’s Family Farm and Restaurant despite pandemic

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  Prosecutor in Joseph Oberhansley murder trial calls crime scene ‘worse than a horror movie’

  Clarksville teen thankful to be alive after alleged drunk driver leaves him hospitalized ‘in excruciating pain’

Indiana DNR form allows people to report dead, sick animals

  Southern Indiana businesses will receive $750,000 in state grants

Joseph Oberhansley: Second murder trial to begin next week

  GCCS parents find unique ways to protect students at school

Clarksville Community Schools to return to classrooms again

The district is still offering the option to attend classes online for parents who do not want their child to return to in-person classes.

Joseph Oberhansley found competent for murder trial

Joseph Oberhansley, accused of killing and mutilating his ex-girlfriend in Jeffersonville in 2014, has again been deemed competent for trial.

  Jeffersonville High School families working through week of virtual learning

Due to several planned staff absences, Jeffersonville High School switched to virtual learning from August 17-21.

Virtual learning only this week at Jeffersonville High School

Jefferson High School on Sunday announced that it will offer virtual learning only this week.

Greater Clark County Schools confirms positive COVID-19 case at Parkwood Elementary

Pleasant Ridge Elementary reports additional COVID-19 case, shift to online learning upcoming week

License revoked: Tim Stark of Wildlife in Need loses appeal to keep operating license

Amazon hiring for fulfillment center and delivery positions

Judge grants partial victory to PETA in Wildlife in Need case

  ‘It was bound to happen’: Charlestown HS student tests positive for COVID-19 on 3rd day of school

  Greater Clark County Schools return to classroom

Students are back in class in Southern Indiana, as Greater Clark County Schools return to in-person learning.

Coronavirus puts federal trials in Indiana on hold

The general order affects all U. S. District Courts for the Southern District of Indiana.

Clark County students, parents make preparations ahead of first day of school

Pediatricians say they’ve seen a drop in the vaccination rate since the start of the pandemic, because fewer people are visiting the doctor’s office.

Downtown Jeffersonville school with STEAM curriculum opens its doors

Franklin Square Elementary hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony in preparation for Greater Clark County's first day of school.

Drowning victim recovered, identity released

Indiana conservation officers say the victim was swimming from one boat to another on Saturday night when he went underwater and didn't resurface.

  Back the Blue rally in Jeffersonville brings supporters of law enforcement

Organizers of the Back the Blue rally say the men and women in blue have been getting backlash from the communities they’ve sworn to protect.

Jeffersonville High School students to start classes online

Instead of attending in person classes on July 29, Jeffersonville High School students will start their school year online from July 29 to Aug. 4.

  Borden-Henryville schools delay start by two weeks as issues arise during pandemic

Board members say everything the district needs to get done is expected to be sorted out by the start of term.

  Silver Creek HS football player tests positive for COVID-19 after one practice with team

The team had its first practice on July 6.

Man arrested following shooting, carjacking in Clark County

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in a case involving a shooting and multiple car crashes in Utica Monday morning.

  Beachgoers stress safety after Louisville man dies while swimming in Deam Lake

The case remains under investigation by Indiana Conservation officers.

Georgia murder suspect recently seen in Southern Indiana now in custody

The search for a Georgia murder suspect man who was seen in Southern Indiana is now over.

  ISP trooper involved in deadly shootout with man in April won’t face charges

Trooper Clay Boley was involved in a shootout with Malcolm Williams, 27, who died after the incident on April 29.

  Jeffersonville PD one step closer to getting body cameras

”This is something that I’m pushing for, our police are pushing for, our community is pushing for,” Mayor Mike Moore said.

  New hot dog restaurant showcases the American dream in Jeffersonville

Thomas Harris took his parent’s advice; he had a vision to create a new hot dog joint, which opened this weekend in Jeffersonville.

Owner killed by pit bull in Jeffersonville identified

Jeffersonville police officers responded to the 800 block of West Larkspur Drive on a report of a man being bitten by a dog Wednesday morning.

  New law means changes for phone use by Indiana drivers

Indiana's new hands-free law goes into effect on July 1 and it impacts anyone who ever drives through the Hoosier state.

Indiana bans holding a cellphone while driving beginning July 1

If seeing a distracted driver drives you crazy, a new law in Indiana will be a welcomed change.

GCCS outlines 3 plans for learning this upcoming school year

Students will start school on July 29 and have the choice to either attend in person or choose between two online schooling options.

Back-to-school clothing giveaway to benefit southern Indiana families

The giveaway is for students in Floyd, Clark, Crawford, Scott, Harrison and Washington counties.

Clarksville Community Schools to open online academy

The virtual academy will offer interactive education during school hours.

  Amid ongoing legal battle, Indiana’s own ‘Tiger King’ prepares to reopen Wildlife in Need

Tim Stark told WAVE 3 News he plans to reopen his zoo Saturday, giving guests a free, behind-the-scenes tour of its conditions.

Multi-use development under construction in Clarksville

A $22-million mixed-use development is taking shape in south Clarksville.

Judge imposes restraining order on Wildlife in Need

A judge has approved a temporary restraining order preventing operators of a roadside zoo in Charlestown from taking in new animals during a pending lawsuit.

Hoosier senator talks police reform

Sen. Mike Braun said he is going to introduce a bill about reforming qualified immunity.

114 jobs lost to Jeffersonville plant closure

More than 100 local jobs will be lost when a design company and manufacturing plant in Jeffersonville closes its doors in August.

Clarksville Elementary School adds Little Free Library for students during summer

The Little Free Library in front of Clarksville Elementary School will allow students a chance to walk up, take a book, something to eat, and some crafting supplies.

  West Clark Community Schools address vote on upcoming split in district

On Tuesday, the West Clark Community School District voted to split into two districts.

West Clark Community School District will split into two districts

In Tuesday’s primary election in Indiana, voters have decided to divide the West Clark Community School District into two separate parts.

Polls open for Indiana Primary Elections

Polls opened at 6 a.m. Tuesday.

  Indiana primary voters to decide on West Clark Community Schools split

Some district residents have spoken out against the split, but others believe it will be the most positive thing the area has had happen for a while.

Greater Clark County Schools launches Virtual Academy

The Virtual Academy is an option for those who do not feel comfortable returning to a traditional classroom.

  YMCA opens its doors in Southern Indiana

Changes are being implemented at YMCA facilities to protect staff and visitors.

Clarksville police looking for man accused of trying to lure juvenile into his car

Police in Clarksville are on the lookout for a “suspicious male attempting to lure a juvenile female to his vehicle.”

  Deam Lake draws Memorial Day crowd after reopening with new guidelines

For many, soaking in the sun at the beach on Deam Lake was a return to something familiar.

Man arrested in connection to shooting of Clark County judges back in custody

A man charged in connection to shooting two Clark County judges during an altercation at an Indianapolis White Castle is back in custody after a violation of pretrial release.

  Greater Clark County Schools surprise year end award winners

Greater Clark County Schools have named their teacher of the year, staff member of the year and principal of the year.

Aquatic centers in Jeffersonville and Clarksville to remain closed for the summer

Both the Jeffersonville Aquatic Center and the Clarksville Cove Family Aquatic Center will remain closed for the summer of 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Oberhansley headed to state mental hospital after delay

A man awaiting trial for the 2014 murder and rape of his ex-girlfriend will be sent to a state hospital for competency restoration, after a two-month wait due to COVID-19.

  Deadline approaching to request absentee ballot for Indiana primary

An absentee ballot is not the only way people can vote, but it is the suggested method by a number of county clerks as the Hoosier state looks to avoid spreading the virus at polling sites.

Amazon employee in Jeffersonville dies from coronavirus

A worker at Amazon’s Jeffersonville, Ind., fulfillment center has died from the coronavirus, the company confirmed in a statement Thursday.

Jeffersonville announces cost-saving measures due to COVID-19 impact

Mayor Mike Moore announced cuts amounting to $1.1 million to help the city’s budget.

Clarksville Cove Family Aquatic Center to remain closed

The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Board voted unanimously Wednesday to keep the center closed for the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  Indiana business owners anxious but excited for reopening

Restaurants are opening up at 50% capacity and hair stylists saw clients badly in need of a cut and color.

Green Tree Mall reopens

A southern Indiana mall is reopening Wednesday, but shoppers will notice changes.

  Indiana churches face May 8 reopening with uncertainty

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced churches are among the places that can reopen its doors to visitors after Friday. But at least one local church is taking its time deciding when to resume offering in-person services.

  Family says man killed by trooper was changing his life to be a better person for his child

On April 29, a traffic stop turned deadly when Indiana State Police said Trooper Clay Boley pulled over a car for a broken tail light. Inside the car was Malcom Williams, 27, and the driver, his pregnant girlfriend.

  Clarksville golf course reopens with new social distancing guidelines

Golfers returned to Wooded View Golf Course on Saturday after it was closed for more than a month.

  Food service workers honored on School Lunch Heroes Day

Greater Clark County Schools are still making sure their students are getting fed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, a few different students even brought some gifts for the workers.

$1.2M project to close Clark County road until November

Drivers will still be able to access businesses, but the road will be closed to all thru traffic.

  Man killed in Jeffersonville officer-involved shooting identified

An officer pulled over a vehicle on Middle Road because of a broken headlight around 1 a.m. Wednesday, according to Indiana State Police spokesman Sgt. Carey Huls.

  44 new COVID-19 cases found at Clarksville nursing home

There have been 65 cases of both staff and residents with the virus since early March at Wedgewood Healthcare Center.

Victim of deadly crash on I-65 in Clark County identified

The crash happened just after 11 p.m. Thursday in the southbound lanes near mile marker 7.

Contracted nurse charged with sex with inmates at Clark County jail

A nurse formerly contracted by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office is facing multiple felonies after police say she had sex with inmates and smuggled in drugs and a cell phone.

Fire prompts evacuations at Jeffersontown apartment building

The building is in the 9000 block of Red Deer Circle.

I-65 rollover crash kills New Albany man

The crash happened in the northbound lanes near the 5.2 mile marker around 11:15 p.m., according to Indiana State Police.

  Clark Co. first responders thank Clark Memorial staff with parade

“It brings tears to your eyes to see how much we are appreciated,” one worker said.

  Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore’s son recovers from COVID-19

Moore said there were a lot of emotions and nerves when he found out his son, Gerrin, had the coronavirus.