JEFFERSONVILLE — After less than an hour of deliberation Monday, a jury recommended Joseph Oberhansley serve life in prison without parole for the 2014 murder of his ex-girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton, 46.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s first election to feature widespread mail-in balloting concluded Tuesday with long lines in Indianapolis delaying the closure of some in-person voting locations by three hours.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man is in custody after police say he battered another person and fired a weapon in Jeffersonville on Tuesday evening.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As a physician at The Healing Place, Dr. Allison Havens-Koetter sees recovery in action all the time.
FLOYD COUNTY —Addiction prevention often gets lost in the conversation about the opioid crisis, as communities across the country face an onslaught of overdose deaths and are scrambling to save lives.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Clark County Probation officer Josh Seybold had to take a deep breath before he could even start to explain how satisfying it is to witness someone overcome addiction’s clutch.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — In the 1970s and '80s, William "Happy" Cox was heavily into drugs — speed, downers, heroin — anything he could afford to get high on.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Soon after a needle exchange opened in Jeffersonville in late January, Clark County Health Officer Dr. Kevin Burke was reminded of why he declared an epidemic in the first place.
The dichotomy of the word “fix” is interesting. It can mean repair. It can be used, too, as slang for the relief provided by a drug — and that’s where the destructiveness happens.
This Week's Circulars
- UPDATE: Suspect charged with attempted murder in Charlestown shooting
- Attempted murder suspect requests lower bond in Clark County
- Here's where to vote early in Clark and Floyd counties
- UPDATE: Two remain hospitalized after Charlestown shooting
- Two in custody after shooting in Jeffersonville
- VOLLEYBALL: Pioneers winning for 'The Bald Lady'
- COLLEGE BASKETBALL: As Knight turns 80, a look at his eight biggest IU wins
- Clark, Floyd heading in “wrong direction” as COVID cases rise, health officials say
- Ricke & Associates celebrates 60 years in New Albany
- Clark County limits school activities as COVID-19 numbers rise