LANESVILLE — A Lanesville man is facing child molestation charges.
INDIANAPOLIS — Republicans pushed through the Indiana House on Tuesday a bill that would repeal the state’s permit requirement for carrying a handgun in public.
INDIANAPOLIS — A big jump in Indiana county jail overcrowding has state lawmakers looking to partially roll back a nearly decade-old criminal sentencing overhaul and let judges send more people convicted of low-level felonies into state prisons.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A woman charged with murder after a fatal stabbing in her home in October pleaded guilty to reckless homicide earlier this month.
FLOYD COUNTY — As your prosecutor and in partnership with state and local law enforcement, we are focused on your safety as you travel the roads this time of year. For that reason, we want to take this opportunity to pass along some helpful information.
GEORGETOWN — Floyd County Prosecutor Chris Lane and Georgetown Police Chief Travis Speece announced Friday an arrest has been made related to a series of recent burglaries and thefts in Georgetown.
FLOYD COUNTY — New Albany police officer Adam N. Schneider agreed to resign from the New Albany Police Department after pleading guilty Monday to official misconduct and interference reporting a crime.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man posing as a local car dealer was arrested on several counts of fraud Wednesday morning, and the Indiana State Police need to know if you were also a victim.
CORYDON — Indiana State Police arrested a Corydon man Thursday afternoon and charged him with domestic battery and neglect of a dependent in a case involving a 9-year-old child in his care.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A notice of a tort claim to be filed on behalf of 14 women states that they were subjected to mistreatment including sexual assault, rape and threats after male inmates gained access to their holding pods in Clark County jail.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany man was sentenced Thursday in Floyd Circuit Court to 7.5 years for an operating while intoxicated crash that seriously injured a local teen.
NEW ALBANY — The holiday season is filled with shopping, parties and gatherings with loved ones. It’s a season of joy, but it’s also a time when you can be at greater risk for dangers such as theft and break-ins because you’re busy and may let your guard down.
BOWLING GREEN, KY — A federal grand jury in Bowling Green returned two indictments on Nov. 10 charging a Utica, Kentucky man and a Georgetown man with federal child-exploitation offenses.
CLARKSVILLE — A Clarksville police officer is facing a charge for resisting law enforcement after his wife was pulled over and accused of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
NEW ALBANY — Deanna McLaughlin, a New Albany City Council member who was selected in a July caucus to represent District 4, was arrested Thursday night on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
CORYDON — Early Thursday morning, a New Albany man was arrested on numerous charges after he fled from an Indiana State Police trooper in Harrison County.
NEW ALBANY — A woman suffered a non-life threatening injury Tuesday morning after being shot with a ricocheting bullet inside of Bob Evans restaurant in New Albany.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A suspect arrested Saturday in connection with a shooting at a Jeffersonville apartment complex is now facing multiple felonies after charges were filed Monday.
CLARK COUNTY — A Southern Indiana man with more than three decades of experience in law enforcement wants to make his next post as sheriff of Clark County.
CLARK COUNTY — A Pekin man is facing multiple felonies after police say he led them on a high-speed chase Tuesday while driving over the legal alcohol limit.
FLOYD COUNTY — Two people have been charged with auto theft and fraud after police say they conspired to steal the truck of a former “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actor who previously lived in Southern Indiana.
INDIANA — A Southern Indiana man convicted in 2020 of killing his wife and dismembering and hiding her body for almost a month has petitioned the Indiana Supreme Court after his sentence appeal was denied.
CLARKSVILLE — A Clarksville man is facing four counts of attempted murder after authorities said he shot a gun at a vehicle with four people inside, including two children.
CLARK COUNTY — A former Clark County corrections officer is facing felony charges after investigators say he made a deal to provide keys to inmates to move internally within the jail in exchange for money.
INDIANA — A Gary man police say robbed staff at a New Albany Waffle House at gunpoint in late September is now facing murder charges for the deaths of two men in Gary within days of the Southern Indiana incident. One of the two men was found buried in the suspect’s yard.
NEW ALBANY — A man convicted last September of three level 4 felonies for child exploitation has been sentenced again in Floyd County, following a July ruling by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
FLOYD COUNTY — A Corydon man investigators say was wrongly charged after a New Albany police officer is said to have planted drugs on him is preparing to take legal action against the officer, department and chief.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany High School track coach has been charged with misdemeanor theft after investigators say he took more than $600 from a team fundraiser earlier this year.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Community agencies in Southern Indiana are working together to help fill a gap in assisting the increasing number of residents at risk for eviction as the pandemic continues to put financial strains on families and individuals.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has ordered that a woman charged Tuesday with murder after a fatal stabbing at her home on National Avenue in Jeffersonville be held without bond.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A homicide investigation is ongoing in Jeffersonville after police say a woman was fatally stabbed Monday morning. The suspect is in custody.
NEW ALBANY — A federal judge has denied a motion to include virtually all drivers who have paid tolling fees related to the Ohio River Bridges in litigation pending between three motorists and the companies responsible for collecting tolls on three bridges between Louisville and Southern Indiana.
FLOYD COUNTY — Residents of Floyd County who have had their driver’s, hunting, fishing, professional or other license suspended because they owe child support can take advantage of a new program that may allow them to get their license reinstated.
CLARK COUNTY — A man is facing a felony after police say he was filmed Tuesday afternoon performing sexual acts on a dog in the 1000 block of Riverside Drive.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville man is being held in the Clark County jail on a $100,000 cash-only bond after police say he had illegal drugs in his system when he fatally struck a cyclist on 10th Street in August.
CLARK COUNTY — A Clarksville man is facing multiple felonies after police say he followed a woman who had cut him off in traffic, pointing a revolver at her as they both drove.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany man was found guilty Wednesday of multiple felonies, resulting from an operating while intoxicated incident last year that left a local teen with serious injuries.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A civil lawsuit has been filed against a New Albany police officer charged in July with two counts of voyeurism for secretly filming two females changing in a business operated by his wife.
INDIANA — A Jeffersonville pastor is in custody and facing multiple felonies after allegations of sexual abuse of a minor from his former congregation in Fort Wayne.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville building commissioner has issued an annual adult business license to the new owner of Theatair X, a day ahead of an administrative appeal scheduled before the Clarksville Town Council Thursday.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A man who was recently sentenced in Clark County for possession of child pornography has been transferred to Floyd County to face a child molestation charge.
CLARK COUNTY — Court officers in Southern Indiana are hoping to bring more attention next month to both breast cancer and domestic violence by providing pink and purple masks to their staffs and anyone who comes into their courtrooms to help protect against COVID-19.
NEW ALBANY — A man is being held in the Floyd County jail on a $500,000 cash-only bond after police say he shot another person near a business on Spring Street in New Albany last week before fleeing from officers.
CLARKSVILLE — Attorneys representing the Town of Clarksville in a federal lawsuit brought by the new owner of Theatair X have filed a motion to modify the judge’s order issued Tuesday.
CLARKSVILLE — A federal judge has ruled that the Clarksville building commissioner did not have the authority to deny an annual license to the new owner of Theatair X last week and that the business still has the temporary license in effect that had been issued moments before.
CLARK COUNTY — A New Albany man is facing felony charges after police say he threatened to blow up his workplace in early August if COVID-19 vaccines were required.
Last month, Scott Martin announced that he was stepping down from his post as executive director of River Heritage Conservancy. His position is being filled by Susan Rademacher, former president of the Louisville Olmstead Parks Conservancy.
This Week's Circulars
- NBA: Romeo returns to Indiana
- Clark County Sheriff's Office announces reserve deputy graduates
- BASKETBALL: Former New Albany standout passes away
- Jeffersonville honors worker who died from COVID-19
- New Albany police's all-electric vehicle hits the road
- Lanesville man arrested on child molestation charges
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: Bulldogs give Shannon 600th win
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: 'Super Hicks' the sequel
- New Albany council members discuss safety of anticipated kayak launch point
- Curriculum legislation concerns local teachers