Clark County

Services restored in Sellersburg, boil advisory continues

The continued boil advisory is a safety precaution to avoid any kind of stomach illness.

  66-year-old says Medicaid transportation system is failing her and others

Multi-county pursuit of man in reported stolen truck ends in Louisville

Sellersburg under three-day boil advisory

  Oscar Kays Trial: Judge rules defendant guilty of attempted murder but finds him mentally ill

Indiana high court suspends judges involved in Indianapolis fight

Colston Park Residential Lofts now open in Jeffersonville

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  E-learning days keep GCCS kids learning, even in messy weather

  West Clark teachers to attend Red for Ed rally as Indiana educators push for change

Woman sought after attempting to mail drugs to jail turns herself in

  West Clark school board member discusses possible district divide

Plan to smuggle drugs into jail foiled; 3 facing charges

A ‘district divorce’ could happen within the West Clark Community School District

  Hodges ready to lead Charlestown forward following mayoral race win

Treva Hodges taking the win from incumbent Bob Hall Tuesday night by just 30 votes.

Jeffersonville murder suspect hit with new drug charges

A man charged with killing his co-worker at a tire shop in Jeffersonville is facing additional drug charges.

  Hodges beats Hall in Charlestown mayoral upset

The victory Tuesday night came with a slim margin, though that doesn't matter much to Hodges. She said whether you voted for her or not, it's time to get to work.

Special ‘therapists’ visit Jeffersonville firefighters

It was all part of an equine therapy session at the Jeffersonville Fire House.

  Drug roundup puts more than 50 in jail

  Longtime mayor takes on political newcomer in Charlestown mayoral race

  Former mayor takes on current mayor for top job in Jeffersonville mayoral race

Indiana Court of Appeals denies sentence appeal for convicted child molester Michael Begin

Estopinal Big 4 Plaza unveiled in Jeffersonville

Big Four Station Park holds Halloween Downtown event

Site of former America’s Best to become youth sports complex

The Eastern Boulevard Gateway Sports Complex will serve as a hub for youth sports in the area, primarily focusing on basketball, volleyball, and indoor soccer

  Charlestown residents working to keep developers away from Pleasant Ridge area

People living in Charlestown's Pleasant Ridge neighborhood are gearing up for what lies ahead. Homeowners say the city has been using fines to force them out so a private developer can take over.

  Former teacher battling Alzheimer’s finds happiness during return to classroom

The 'Live A Dream' program at a New Albany nursing home facility is giving its residents the chance to re-live a day or take that time to try something completely new and different.

Man charged with shooting Indiana State Trooper withdraws insanity defense

A man that was charged with shooting an Indiana State Police Trooper in Jeffersonville has changed his mind about pleading the insanity defense.

  Gold Lifesaving Medal awarded to civilian for heroic rescue on the Ohio

A Gold Lifesaving Medal was awarded to a civilian for her role in a water rescue on the Ohio River.

Boombozz is back in Jeffersonville after new remodel

Boombozz is back open in Jeffersonville after being closed for a remodeling that lasted six months.

  Two toddlers reportedly left alone outside Clarksville day care, police investigating

A Southern Indiana day care is under investigation by police and the Department of Child Services.

  Years-long battle between Theatair X and Town of Clarksville back in court

The future of an adult entertainment business in southern Indiana is being considered by a judge.

  Reward upped in case of missing Louisville woman

Andrea Knabel was last seen around 1 a.m. August 13 in the Audubon Park area.

Wig-wearing man wanted in connection to Clarksville bank robbery, several others

A man seen on surveillance imagery is wanted in connection with a local bank robbery.

Report: Oberhansley trial date set, jurors to come from St. Joseph County

There are new developments in the trial of a southern Indiana man accused of killing his girlfriend, then consuming parts of her body.

Report: Appliance plugged into extension cord started Jeffersonville house fire

A fire at a Jeffersonville home Tuesday night was caused by an appliance plugged into an extension cord, according to a report.

Clarksville to purchase Marathon bulk storage terminal for redevelopment plan

The Town of Clarksville intends on purchasing the near 24 acre former Marathon bulk terminal storage located at 214 Center Street.

  Two civil suits following Michael Begin molestation conviction now settled

Families are now getting another step closer toward closure following the conviction of 19-year-old Michael Begin.

  Court documents say female judge flipped off men before fight leaving two judges shot

The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications has filed disciplinary charges against three southern Indiana judges in connection with a fight outside a fast-food restaurant leaving two judges shot.

3 Southern Indiana judges facing misconduct charges in connection with Indianapolis incident

Two of the judges were wounded during a May 1 shooting outside and Indianapolis White Castle restaurant.

Gordmans to hire hundreds for seasonal work

Gordmans is hiring for sales associates, stockroom associates and cashiers.

  Southern Indiana man charged with arson, accused of starting fire in cousin’s home that killed his dog

Months after an arson fire that damaged a Jeffersonville home and claimed the life of a pet dog, charges are now being filed.

  Toddler killed after falling off scooter being pushed by another child

The toddler was being pushed on a non-motorized scooter by another child when he fell off and struck his head. The child was not wearing a helmet.

Clarksville looking for feedback dealing with dangerous road

The town of Clarksville is looking into feedback from a town meeting on Monday to deal with a dangerous stretch of road near Interstate 65.

  Underground Station businesses frustrated by city projects blocking access for customers

The annual fall festival Harvest Homecoming is happening right now in New Albany, and is a tradition for thousands in southern Indiana.

  Family, firefighters remember Jeffersonville’s first African-American fire chief

Ronnie Collins, who made history as the first African American chief of the Jeffersonville Fire Department, passed away last Friday. He fought a long battle with leukemia after his retirement from the department.

Boil water advisory issued for this weekend in Sellersburg

A boil water advisory for the Town of Sellersburg has been isolated to the following streets.

  Clarksville police heroics help save missing man’s life

A missing man in Clarksville is now recovering in the hospital after being found dehydrated and confused, but alive.

Sellersburg Water customers under boil water advisory

The advisory was announced on Friday morning.

New park dedicated in Jeffersonville

The dedication included a performance of the National Anthem, remarks from Mayor Mike Moore, and the Honor Guard unveiled several plaques.

Missing mom Andrea Knabel may have been seen recently in Clarksville

Andrea Knabel, 37, was last seen near Audubon Park on Aug. 13.

  Judge denies bond for man accused of killing co-worker at Big O Tires

The man charged with shooting and killing his co-worker inside a Big O Tires store in Jeffersonville returned to court Tuesday.

Lane change leads to arrest for dealing meth

The stop was made around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday on Lewis and Clark Parkway in Clarksville when an Indiana State Police trooper saw a pickup truck make an unsafe movement.

Jeffersonville PD hires former LMPD officer who resigned amid lawsuit

A former LMPD officer at the center of a racial profiling lawsuit has been hired by the Jeffersonville Police Department.

  Everyday tasks could be more at-risk for causing fires under burn ban

No matter which side of Clark County you’re living on right now, the grass doesn’t seem to be any greener.

  5th-graders given deadline to get single in Southern Indiana school

You might have heard that young love doesn't always last, but some Southern Indiana teachers are making sure is doesn't.

Clark Memorial Health completes $5.7M ER renovations

Construction on the newly expanded Clark Memorial Health Emergency Room is now complete, marking the end of a 24-month, $5.7 million project.

Young Jeffersonville drivers participate in ‘Rule the Road’

The program gives young drivers the chance to learn skills and experience dangerous situations like drunk driving or texting and driving in a safe environment.

  Drivers, rejoice! Bridge painting and work on Clark Memorial Bridge finally finished

After more than a year of painting and overnight bridge closures, work on the Clark Memorial Bridge is finally finished, and ahead of schedule, too. It’s a day many in the community have been anxiously awaiting.

Indiana’s Mike Braun holds discussion in Jeffersonville

The discussion was described as a fireside chat with the Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Organization for Clark and Floyd Counties.

Cause of death released 2 months after Clark County jail inmate found unresponsive in cell

The inmate was found unresponsive around 7:35 p.m. July 5 by corrections officers.

  Clarksville Police investigating after a man beaten badly in act of retaliation

Clarksville Police say this was not random, calling this an act of retaliation. But retaliation for what, police have not yet said.

  Former Jeffboat site auctioning off equipment, city looks to future for riverfront spot

Plant & Machinery Inc. is auctioning off all the equipment and items that remained behind.

Clark County Judge Andrew Adams requests reinstatment

Judge Andrew Adams has been suspended since June 28

  Land donation allows Charlestown to build new sports park

A 106-acre donation from River Ridge Development Authority to the city of Charlestown is giving them the space they need for the project.

New park coming to Jeffersonville

Shirley’s Arbor will be named in honor of Shirley Woehrle, who used to own the land at Charlestown Pike and Woehrle Road.

New Albany to welcome first new hotel in 2 decades

The 84-room hotel will offer views of New Albany and the Louisville skyline, as well as a gym, pool and outdoor fire pit, the News & Tribune reported.

  Deadly, rare, mosquito-borne virus is now in Indiana

Public health officials in Northern Indiana said the virus was found in three horses and a cluster of mosquitoes in Elkhart County.

Fired DQ employee among those who robbed restaurant, Sellersburg police say

Elizabeth Phillips, 40; Angel Sabarna, 29 and a juvenile are charged in the Sept. 9 robbery.

Jeffersonville police investigating infant death

Little details surrounding the investigation are known right now.

Suspected thieves busted after stealing car equipped with remote navigation

A man who wouldn’t pull over the car he was suspected of stealing was arrested anyway, when Indiana State Police Dispatch got involved.

Painting on Clark Memorial Bridge ahead of schedule

The bridge could be open within the first couple of weeks in October.

Sports Wagering now available at Winner’s Circle Race, Sports, Pub Clarksville

The facility will offer wagering on all types of professional and college sports from football and basketball to golf in addition to the existing off-track horse betting facility.

Two area Sportsbook facilities open on Thursday

To commemorate the occasion, former Green Bay Packers and Hall of Fame inductee Paul Hornung will place the first ceremonial wager at Horseshoe Southern Indiana Casino.

  First responders talk about how 9/11 changed their lives and how they view their jobs

First responders in southern Indiana remember the police and firefighters who gave everything trying to save others.

Multiple events in WAVE Country honoring victims of 9/11 attacks

Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in the attacks, which continue to devastate the nation almost two decades later.

PetFirst marks anniversary by offering free treats for pets

The company celebrated its 15th anniversary -- that’s 105 in dog years -- so it is packaging 15,000 treats to be shared with shelter dogs in 15 cities.

  Neighbors await answers as New Albany police continue investigating 20-year-old woman’s death

It’s not often you see police in a roped-off scene for more than 80 hours. But that’s what just happened in New Albany at a home just west of State Street.

Southern Indiana judge pleads guilty to charge from Indianapolis parking lot fight

Judge Andrew Adams entered a plea agreement to a misdemeanor. The other six counts were dismissed.

Jeffersonville water main break leaves some faucets dry

A crew is on the scene working to repair the break.

Vintage Fire Museum honors firefighters lost in 9/11 attacks

Heartfelt speeches and poems were presented about the sacrifices firefighters make every day.

  Indiana reports state’s first vaping death; cases of mysterious lung illness climb

The Indiana Department of Health said the victim, identified only as a person over the age of 18, died on Sept. 5.