NEW ALBANY – After two social media threats were made to local schools in as many school days, the way in which districts alert parents are under scrutiny.
LOUISVILLE — The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has awarded a contract for painting the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge, which carries U.S. 31 across the Ohio River.
CLARK COUNTY — Traffic on a portion of State Road 62 is shut down due to an overturned semi, according to newsgathering partner WAVE3 News.
NEW ALBANY — A 15 year old is in police custody this morning after social media posts threatened violence at Jeffersonville and New Albany high schools.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Students and staff at Corden Porter School took a break from their typical school day Friday to learn about unheard of African-Americans who made a difference. Myths were debunked, little-known facts shared and soul food consumed, too.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The next week-and-a-half in Southern Indiana has the potential for heavy extended rain, but it's not forecast to be a major issue.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — What started off as a typical school day ended in tragedy when 17 were killed and 19 injured at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Wednesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Relay For Life, the American Cancer Society's signature event, bringing communities together in hope, celebration and memory, is scheduled for May 12 from 2 p.m. to midnight at Big Four Station Park, 223 Pearl St., Jeffersonville. It is a unique event that offers everyone in…
JEFFERSONVILLE — At the corner of Heuser Hardware on Spring Street, north of Court Avenue in Jeffersonville, stands a new champion of the business and the generations of Hoosiers who have passed through its doors.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Law enforcement and court officials in Southern Indiana say it's too early to see the effects of a recent law requiring more stringent DNA testing of potential offenders.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The first six months of a new Indiana State Police drug task force is already showing success in Southern Indiana.
CHARLESTOWN — The last several years have been a series of miracles for the Dailey family, including an unlikely and everlasting connection with a family across the country.
DELPHI —At a press conference this afternoon, members of local, state and national law enforcement tried to shed more light on a double homicide investigation that's now moving into its second year.
Friday's Night to Shine event at Eastside Christian Church in Jeffersonville drew nearly 200 people with special needs and "buddies." The event was a Tim Tebow-sponsored prom night experience that over 540 churches across the world participated in this year.
WILMINGTON, N.Y. — A skier missing for six days on Whiteface Mountain in remote northeast New York and presumed dead has turned up alive and well 2,800 miles away in Sacramento, California, State Police reported.
JEFFERSONVILLE — In an annual state of the city address Tuesday, Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore talked about recent and future expected growth, and the plans that need to be in place to support it.
CHARLESTOWN — The owner of a Charlestown facility that houses wildlife says he plans to dispute an injunction that prevents him from using tiger cubs for public encounters.
WEATHERFORD, Texas — This small northeast Texas town grieved Monday over the flu-related death of a popular second-grade teacher who was reluctant to pick up a prescription to combat the virus because the medication’s co-pay amounted to $116.
JEFFERSONVILLE — At first glance it doesn't look like much. A painting of a white horse damaged by Father Time ... fading colors and holes in the canvas.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A caretaker in Jeffersonville is facing multiple charges including fraud, theft and neglect related to a physically impaired adult in her care.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Loray Washer’s daughter prepared for prom like most girls do: getting her nails done and fussing over her dress with her girlfriends.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department has secured a grant that would help improve services to people with addictions and response times to emergency situations.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge made a somewhat infrequent ruling this week when he accepted a motion for a directed verdict in a case.
Editor's Note: Carol Moon, Democrat, was originally left off of the list of candidates. She is running for county assessor in Clark County.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man accused of shooting and wounding an Indiana State Police trooper during a traffic stop in December is seeking a bond reduction for medical issues.
CLARKSVILLE — Contract crews working for Vectren have begun replacing gas mains and service lines in Clarksville as part of the company’s pipeline replacement program, which is a multi-year program to replace about 1,300 miles of bare steel and cast iron pipeline infrastructure throughout Indiana.
JEFFERSONVILLE — CityPride, the City of Jeffersonville’s beautification arm, invites artists to submit fresh and current two-dimensional drawings or digital renderings for an iconic artistic design to be installed on outdoor fabric banners that will be placed on period lighting on reconstruc…
CLARK COUNTY — Two cities in Clark County are among the safest communities in the state, according to a new study released earlier this week.
SELLERSBURG — For the first time since the West Clark school board voted for Silver Creek to secede, residents of the district got a look at how the district may be reorganized, what effect reorganization would have on assessed value and tax rates, and the option of a project for the Silver …
JEFFERSONVILLE — A civil lawsuit has been filed against a man accused of molesting 17 children in Clark County, and the school system where some of the acts allegedly occurred.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but maybe you’re a little tired of candy hearts, flowers, and pink everything. Maybe a little Frankenstein is more your style.
CLARKSVILLE — The town of Clarksville is working to acquire property for a trail system that when completed, would provide much improved access to green space to residents and visitors.
This Week's Circulars
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: Say so long to Ro(meo), Sean East
- Suspect in custody following cyber threat targeting New Albany High School
- Future New Albany pub about the classics and conversation
- THE HEART THAT BINDS: Transplant connects families from across the country
- How local schools keep students safe
- FOND FAREWELL: Seniors East, Langford combine for 55 points in victory over Bedford
- Jeffersonville adult caretaker charged with fraud, theft, neglect
- Bank Street Brewhouse will soon have Mexican food as Taco Steve moves in
- Greenville-based company puts SoIN on the galactic map
- Andrew Takami suspends U.S. Senate campaign