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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

  • By Scott L. Miley CNHI Statehouse Reporter

INDIANAPOLIS — The leader of the Indiana State Senate, President Pro Tem David Long, R-Fort Wayne, said he will retire from the Senate in November.


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…

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 …

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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.

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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.

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