SOUTHERN INDIANA — Andrew Luther, a special area teacher at Clarksville Elementary School, normally would be teaching technology classes, but as the school faces substitute teacher shortages, he sometimes has to take on a different role.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has taken under advisement whether to lower the $1 million bond of a man charged with attempted murder in July after leading police on a six-hour manhunt in Utica.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man charged almost four years ago with multiple felonies for child molestation has filed a plea agreement, which has been taken under advisement to be discussed at a hearing this week.
The Town of Sellersburg has applied for more than $1.2 million to improve roads through the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program (CCMG), said Town Manager Charlie Smith.
CHARLESTOWN — Two people remain hospitalized with serious injuries after a domestic situation Sunday night in Charlestown that led to gunfire between the suspect and police.
FLOYD COUNTY — Kate Caufield, who lives in New Albany, and Phyllis Yeager, a resident of Floyds Knobs, are about as far apart politically as the geographic elevation that separates their Floyd County homes.
SELLERSBURG — Phillip Hartzell just finished reading a book about Dwight Eisenhower, who served two terms as president of the United States, from 1953 to 1961.
President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden are intensifying their efforts to persuade uncommitted voters to pick sides in the closing days of the presidential election campaign.
LOUISVILLE — The Food and Drug Administration has approved remdesivir as the first drug to treat COVID-19. While many Louisville hospitals were already using the drug with emergency authorization, now it’s believed more patients may be willing to try the drug with the new federal approval. T…
Boogs is a 1-year-old Domestic Short Hair cat who is on the prowl for his forever home. Boogs was found as a stray then taken to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter when his finder could no longer keep him. He has adjusted wonderfully to the indoor life but he still thinks he deserves…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — One of the signs that leads Shawn Carruthers to believe that President Donald Trump will again carry Floyd County is, well, signs.
INDIANAPOLIS — Another person has died from COVID-19 in Clark County, pushing the total to 62. Floyd County deaths remain at 67, according to the latest data issued Friday by the Indiana Department of Health.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — County clerks in Southern Indiana have reported record numbers of early voting this election cycle. With less than two weeks until election day, one says the turnout is surpassing even what was previously expected.
CLARKSVILLE — The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld a 2019 decision that limits the hours of operation adult business Theatair X can have during an ongoing civil case with the Town of Clarksville.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A New Albany business owner is frustrated after he says multiple political signs for his presidential candidate of choice went missing.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Health on Thursday announced that 2,880 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. The numbers represent results from 36,552 specimens submitted, the highest number to date.
Pumpkin and orange juice add nutritional value to make a healthier alternative to a plain cupcake. Remember that kids love to help in the kitchen and are more interested in eating unfamiliar foods if they help prepare them. Parents will need to supervise the muffin-making, but let kids greas…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Todd Antz spent many a Sunday during his youth helping his parents clean their business to earn a few bucks for doughnuts.
LOUISVILLE (WAVE3) - Hospitals in Louisville are preparing to take in more patients as COVID-19 cases surge across the country.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Starlight Coffee Co. has been serving locally-roasted coffee for 18 years, and the Southern Indiana business is now preparing for its next expansion.
As COVID-19 cases surge again in long-term care facilities around the state, health officials revealed a new plan to combat the virus during Wednesday’s press conference.
CLARK COUNTY — Northbound lanes of Interstate 65 in Clark County were closed for more than six hours Wednesday as crews cleaned up after a crash involving two semis.
SELLERSBURG — Investigators are working to determine what caused a massive fire that demolished a Sellersburg home early Wednesday. There were no injuries.
INDIANAPOLIS — In Indiana's first virtual gubernatorial debate, the three candidates shared opposing methods for handling the COVID-19 pandemic, mask mandates and closing nonessential businesses.
CHARLESTOWN — Work to relocate a Depression-era cemetery at River Ridge Commerce Center property is underway, and the reinterment of the graves to another cemetery is expected to take place within the next month, according to River Ridge Executive Director Jerry Acy.
CLARK COUNTY — In response to a “significant increase in community spread of COVID-19” locally and statewide, the Clark County Health Department has partnered with Clark Memorial Health to expand testing.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — For the first time since the record decline in April, Indiana saw a month-over-month drop in its payrolls, according to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report released Tuesday.
The Center for Lay Ministries honored the Indiana National Guard as the Volunteer of the Year recipient at its recent annual meeting. National Guard soldiers have been working daily at the center’s Food Pantry since May 1, 2020.
PARKE COUNTY — Writer and News and Tribune contributing columnist Mike Lunsford has written his seventh collection of stories, “This Old World,” set for release by Shade Tree Press in late October. Many of Lunsford’s stories, virtually all published in his newspaper columns, have been re-wor…
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Jeffersonville Police Department recently responded to two critical incidents within 48 hours calling for the SWAT and Critical Incident Negotiation teams — one involving a hostage and the other with a direct threat to police.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Two suspects were arrested over the weekend after police say they impersonated detectives to try to solicit money from residents.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Council has approved funding for the first three months of a yearlong agreement with New Chapel EMS to provide ambulance services to the county.
This Week's Circulars
Paul H. McLean, 80, passed away Thursday, October 22, 2020 at his home. He was a chemical operator for Celanese Coatings and also worked at Falls of the Ohio, Interpretive Center. Paul was a mason, an Eagle Scout and a member of the Scottish Rite. He served in the U.S. Marine Corp. Paul was …
Charles T. Hertzsch III, age 81, passed away Thursday, October 22, 2020, at Clark Memorial Hospital. He was a retired salesman for the Courier Journal. A native of Jeffersonville, IN. and passed exalted ruler of the Jeffersonville Elk's Club. Charles was preceded in death by his parents, Cha…
Wanda Carol Cook, 61, passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020, at her home. She served in the U.S. Army where she was an Ammunition Specialist. She was a member of Chelsea Church of God. She is survived by her husband John Cook of Corydon, IN; son James B. Leedy of Jeffersonville, IN; brot…
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