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  Woman rescues toddler wandering alone in street by himself at night in the cold

A woman said she was driving down a busy road one night last week when she spotted a toddler wandering on the street in the cold by himself.

  Charlestown community remembers fallen officer Sgt. Ben Bertram one year after his death

Thursday night, the Charlestown community came together for an emotional candlelight vigil to honor Charlestown Police Sgt. Ben Bertram.

  Clark County man accused of having sex with teen girl who viewed him as ’father figure'

Steven Lanham walks from the courthouse Friday after learning he's been charged with four counts of sexual misconduct with a minor.

  Southern Indiana mother sentenced for crash that killed children says she is ready to get out of prison

Two children were killed after their mother, who was high, crashed her car into a train.

  Jeffersonville High student helps save family from Thanksgiving house fire

A home in Jeffersonville, Indiana was damaged by a fire on Thanksgiving night.

  Indiana man in jail after alleged road rage incident on Thanksgiving

Jesse Schaefer is facing a long list of charges after police said he was involved in a road rage incident that involved a gun.

  K9 unit keeps Sgt. Ben Bertram's memory alive

The Charlestown Police K9 unit is keeping Sgt. Ben Bertram's memory alive.

  Convicted sex offender arrested

A convicted sex offender is behind bars yet again in Clark County.

  Four highway workers hurt after alleged drunk driver crashed into construction site

Four highway workers were sent to a hospital after an alleged drunk driver came crashing into their construction site.

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

For 10 years, Francis Metten has lived in a Clark County assisted living facility on a Medicaid waiver which only leaves her $52 a month to live on.

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  Drugs in Clark County Jail

Inmates at the Clark County Jail are getting an extended stay - after getting caught trying to smuggle in drugs.

  Oscar Kays found guilty of attempted murder

A judge has found Oscar Kays guilty of attempted murder but found him mentally ill.

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

With wintry weather headed to WAVE Country, many parents are keeping an eye on road conditions to see if school will be canceled or delayed Tuesday.

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

With wintry weather headed to WAVE Country for the first time this fall, many parents are keeping an eye on road conditions to see if school will be canceled or

  Southern Indiana teachers to rally at state capitol on Nov. 19

Thousands of teachers will gather at the state capitol as educators demand higher pay and better treatment from lawmakers.

  Charlestown voters elect new mayor

Treva Hodges won the election by just 30 votes.

  Educators rejoice as Beshear declares victory; Marshall keeps JCPS board seat

Public education had been a hot topic in the governor's race, as teachers waged war on Matt Bevin over his pensions proposals.

  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 wor

  50 arrested in Jeffersonville drug trafficking blitz

Suspects across southern Indiana and in Louisville are charged with dealing meth and other drugs. Several of those were in possession of guns.

  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.

  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.

  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.

  Police make arrest in arson case months after house fire

Adam Carroll is facing charges of arson and killing a domestic animal, accused of starting a fire in his cousin's Jeffersonville home in July.

  Businesses frustrated by city projects blocking access for customers

Some business owners near Harvest Homecoming are feeling frustrated. They say they keep losing parking spots and accessibility to their businesses as projects a

  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, has died at age 75.

  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.

  New Albany takes big step toward transforming riverfront

Wednesday's demolition of old, industrial buildings marked the first step forward in the New Albany Shoreline Project.

  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.

  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.

  All lanes of Clark Memorial Bridge now back open following painting project

Crossing Clark Memorial Bridge lately was something many drivers avoided, but it's now fully open ahead of schedule.

  Owners of Jeffboat auction off equipment and items left behind

After a year of the site sitting silent, the owners of Jeffboat are auctioning off the equipment and items left behind.

  Land donation allows Charlestown to build new sports park

A 106-acre donation from River Ridge Development Authority to the city of Charlestown is allowing for new space to develop sports park.

  WAVE Country remembers lives lost in terror attacks 18-years-ago

It has been 18 years since the terrorist attacks changed this nation forever.

  Woman found dead in home; police still at scene 4 days later

Police were called in early Friday morning and have kept officers at the home around the clock since after they discovered the body of a 20-year-old woman.

  Former Rocky's to become housing for downtown Jeffersonville

Rocky's Sub Pub along the Ohio Rive has new plans to transform the former restaurant space into townhomes and apartments in the area.