JEFFERSONVILLE — The three suspects charged in connection with the shooting of a Nabb man at his home last week appeared for their initial hearings in Clark County on Monday.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — One of two Clark County judges shot May 1 in Indianapolis has returned home, but it's not been determined when either may return to their judicial duties.

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CLARKSVILLE — Adult theater and business Theatair X has filed a court appeal following a recent decision by the Town of Clarksville to revoke its business license based on multiple alleged zoning code violations.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Marion County Jail has confirmed that one suspect arrested last week in the May 1 shooting of two Clark County judges has been released. A second suspect remains incarcerated in a separate case.

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CLARK COUNTY — As Clark County judges Brad Jacobs and Drew Adams recover from being shot more than a week ago, two temporary judges have been appointed to fill in.


CLARK COUNTY — A Clark County man was arrested Monday following an investigation that started mid-April into allegations he had committed voter fraud by registering his address at a business instead of his residence.


INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana House bill that would have provided two new Clark County courts has died after the Senate and House failed to reach an agreement on an amendment that was added to the legislation.


CLARKSVILLE — Adult theater and store Theatair X could lose its business license, if the Clarksville Town Council upholds multiple zoning violations filed within the past year. The business along U.S. 31 near Interstate 65 has filed an appeal to the revocation, with a hearing set for 7 p.m. …

INDIANAPOLIS — An amendment to an Indiana house bill could mean Clark County gets two new much-needed circuit court judges a year and a half earlier than expected, leaving local officials scrambling to address space and other issues before they're sworn in.


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.

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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.

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Mary Elizabeth Farnsley, 92, of New Albany, Indiana passed away Monday at Baptist Health Floyd. New Albany. She was the former Mary McNew, a native of Laurel County, Kentucky. Mary was a homemaker and a foster parent to several children. Preceded in death by husband, Carl D. Farnsley; sons, …

Wanda L. Ramey Van Meter, 88, died Monday, May 20, 2019 at Westminster Health Care in Clarksville. She was born in Louisville and was a retired supervisor for the U.S. Census Bureau. She was a member of Howard Park Christian Church in Clarksville. She was preceded in death by her husbands, H…

Betty A. Roby, 72, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Clark Memorial Hospital. She was a retired bus driver of Greater Clark County School Corporation. Betty was a member of member of Moose Lodge Auxiliary, Eagles Auxiliary and American Legion Auxiliary. She was a native of Jeffersonville…