CHARLESTOWN — The judge in a federal civil case brought by landlords of Charlestown's Pleasant Ridge neighborhood has dismissed racketeering charges against the city and others listed as defendants in the lawsuit.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Henryville man charged in 2017 with multiple counts of felony child molestation has entered a plea agreement for one of the charges and is set to be sentenced next week.
INDIANAPOLIS — After tabling the vote last week, the Indiana Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would add two new circuit courts to Clark County by 2021.
NEW ALBANY — An 18-year-old woman facing charges in connection with a teen who went missing last week appeared in Floyd County court this morning.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A teen charged with attempted murder in 2017 has been sentenced in Clark County after entering a plea agreement for a lesser charge last month.
NEW ALBANY — An 18-year-old woman is facing charges in New Albany for her alleged role in a teen running away from home early Friday.
SELLERSBURG — A Sellersburg man charged with two counts of child molestation has been released from jail after making his $50,000 cash bond Tuesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Louisville man is being held in the Clark County jail on a $50,000 cash-only bond after being arrested on an accusation of rape last month.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would provide relief for Clark County courts by adding two new judges is under consideration by a Senate committee, which is expected to vote on it next week.
NEW ALBANY — Just a month after a jury found him guilty of murder, robbery and auto theft, James P. Duffy was sentenced to the maximum term for his role in the 2016 death of a Floyd Knobs man.
SCOTT COUNTY — The man accused of causing the death of a Charlestown police officer has pleaded guilty to all charges against him.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — When it comes to racial and ethnic diversity in law enforcement in Southern Indiana, local departments tend to reflect their communities as a whole, except for one area — Hispanics in uniform. But high-ranking officers say effective policing is about communication and resp…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Coalitions in Clark and Scott counties that are working to fight the drug crisis are among 10 in the state to each be awarded $75,000 in state grants to help develop and improve their coalitions.
INDIANAPOLIS — A recent child molesting case involving 20 victims in Clark County highlights what one local prosecutor says is a need to rein in depositions in such cases.
NEW ALBANY — Five people arrested in a New Albany park Friday on drug charges or outstanding warrants were awaiting initial hearings and formal charges in Floyd County Monday.
INDIANA — Legislation moving through the Indiana Statehouse could mean high school students would be required to a pass a standardized civics test by graduation — a bill garnering mixed reviews from stakeholders.
JEFFERSONVILLE – A month after he pleaded guilty to 20 charges of child molestation, there are still nearly a dozen civil cases pending against Michael Begin, along with the YMCA and Greater Clark County Schools.
CLARK COUNTY — The Indiana House of Representatives has approved legislation that would add two judges to the Clark County Circuit Court system.
NEW ALBANY — A Southern Indiana attorney has filed a defamation lawsuit over a negative business review posted online which mentions the attorney's children.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man charged in 2017 with multiple counts of child molestation related to a "sex contract" with a child has been sentenced in Clark County.
NEW ALBANY — One of two suspects in a 2017 Floyd County murder case has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, though the agreement has been taken under advisement until his February sentencing.
CLARK COUNTY — A 19-year-old is facing up to 120 years in prison after pleading guilty to molesting 20 children in Jeffersonville.
CLARK COUNTY — Next week marks the start of the fourth annual Clark County CARES Drug Facts Week, a free lineup of community events dedicated to seeking solutions to Southern Indiana's drug and addiction crisis and offering resources and support.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Borden man facing multiple felonies for child molestation and pornography has been released after meeting the $100,000 cash-only bond set for him in August in Clark County.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday on behalf of a New Albany man convicted of the murders of three women in Southern Indiana between 2002 and 2012 and who is on death row in two of the cases.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man who pleaded guilty in November to molesting a child in a Jeffersonville park in 2016 has been sentenced to 20 years in prison and five years on probation.
LOUISVILLE — A man with a more than three-month-old warrant out of Clark County for dozens of child pornography possession charges has been arrested.
SCOTT COUNTY — Jerry Goodin took office as Scott County Sheriff less than a week ago, but he already has big plans for tackling the drug issue and helping to stop the cycle of crime.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Each new year brings with it changes to Southern Indiana — new and closing businesses, changes in leadership and government structure, new crimes and closed cases.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Although part of one community, Southern Indiana law enforcement agencies can see quite different trends when it comes to crimes in their respective jurisdictions. Here's a look at what some departments have reported as a look back at 2018.
SCOTT COUNTY — The man accused of stealing a car and leading police on a high-speed chase that led to the death of a Charlestown police officer appeared for an initial hearing in Scott County on Monday.
SCOTT COUNTY — Surrounded by three sheriff's officers and with a dozen Charlestown police officers behind him, the suspect in a pursuit that led to the death of Sgt. Ben Bertram appeared in court today.
KINGSTON, Tenn. — A former New Albany café owner has pleaded guilty in a case in which she's charged with hiring a man to kill her ex-husband.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A select group of women living in the Floyd County jail may have served time before, but they say a new program is giving them the tools, skills and confidence to help make this time the last.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville man is facing multiple charges including a level 1 felony for child molestation after allegations he sexually assaulted a relative under 14.
JEFFERSONVILLE — After a Sellersburg fire department deputy chief was re-elected despite having certifications revoked due to a conviction, some community members are concerned over the lack of oversight and seek answers as to how he could have remained with the department.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Sellersburg couple told police they didn't know that the girl they met on a dating site and brought to their home for sex was a minor. They were arrested Wednesday on child molestation and other charges after evading police for nearly a month.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Attorneys on both sides of the case of a man accused of molesting 20 children in Clark County say a plea agreement is not off the table.
NEW ALBANY — Three years after Floyd County Sheriff Frank Loop said he first brought up the need for them, major renovations have begun at the Floyd County jail that are expected to hold it for about the next 20 years.
SELLERSBURG — A Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Department deputy chief has been re-elected to a new term, despite having lost his fire certifications due to a 2001 conviction.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A 19-year-old Jeffersonville man charged with dozens of counts of child molesting is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning.
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