JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville woman got a surprise from one of her neighbors this week, a gesture she said is one of the nicest things anyone has ever done.
INDIANA — According to information released Friday by the centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. now has more than 85,000 conformed cases of COVID-19.
INDIANA — There are now at least 10 positive cases of COVID-19 in Clark County and seven in Floyd, according to the most recent information from the Indiana State Department of Health.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As more Hoosiers work from home during the current COVID-19 public health issue, the face of child care is changing for some.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — On Monday, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued a statewide order for Hoosiers to stay at home for the next two weeks except for essential activities, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Clark County health officials have confirmed one more case of COVID-19, bringing the total as of Wednesday morning to seven.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Community agencies are looking for new ways to provide shelter to the homeless population amid a statewide order to “stay at home.”
FLOYD COUNTY — The judges and magistrate in Floyd County have begun rescheduling many court hearings following an order issued Monday by Gov. Eric Holcomb for Hoosiers to “stay at home.”
INDIANA — The number of Hoosiers who haves tested positive for COVID-19 has reached 365 with 12 deaths, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Parks & Recreation has announced closure of all parks facilities until further notice, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and comply with an order issued Monday by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, according to a news release.
CLARK COUNTY — Health officials in Clark County have confirmed a sixth COVID-19 case in Clark County, a day after confirming the fifth on Sunday.
INDIANA — Indiana Gov. Holcomb issued a statewide "stay at home" order for all Hoosiers for the next two weeks starting at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday through 11:59 p.m. April 6, to slow the spread of COVID-19.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — County officials are working to prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 among jail populations by beefing up intake screening, releasing low-level inmates when appropriate and issuing citations for later court dates in lieu of some arrests.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The American Red Cross is urging people who are healthy and able to donate blood, as shutdowns due to COVID-19 deplete the national supply.
INDIANA — The Indiana State Department of Health reports 79 Hoosiers who have tested positive for COVID-19, in 24 counties, up nearly 20 from the previous day.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has announced eligibility for financial relief to small businesses across the state impacted by COVID-19.
FLOYD COUNTY — A third case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Floyd County early Thursday, according to a news release from the Floyd County Health Department.
FLOYD COUNTY — The Indiana Supreme Court has granted an emergency petition for Floyd County courts to limit operations through May 4, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Southern Indiana.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Health officials in Clark and Floyd County have identified some risk exposure of one of the patients identified this week in Floyd County.
INDIANA — The Indiana State Department of Health is now reporting 39 positive cases of COVID-19 in 19 of the state's 92 counties, with two deaths.
CHARLESTOWN — The Charlestown City Council has unanimously passed a resolution to close city hall for in-person business effective at noon Wednesday, and to pay city employees who are unable to work due to COVID-19.
NEW ALBANY — The City-County Building in New Albany will be closed to the public starting Wednesday until further notice, to help mitigate any spread of COVID-19.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department has confirmed the first positive case of COVID-19 in the county.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As more recommendations are issued from national, state and local health officials regarding COVID-19, local governments are moving toward limiting operations. Here’s what we know so far.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Recent nationwide cancellations of major events due to COVID-19 could signal a big hit to Southern Indiana and Louisville tourism, but it’s not yet known just how much.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Starting Monday through April 10, the Clark County circuit courts will operate on a limited basis following an emergency petition granted Friday by the Indiana Supreme Court in response to COVID-19.
While not going as far as Berea College in cancelling classes for the rest of the semester, Eastern Kentucky University is suspending in-class teaching.
GENEVA, Switzerland — Officials with the World Health Organization have officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic, the first disease caused by a coronavirus to reach such a level.
INDIANA — The Indiana State Department of Health has reported four more presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the state's total to 10 in seven counties.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Clark County Health Department is working with Clark Memorial Health to implement an extra layer of safety against spread of COVID-19, while screening patients for the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
INDIANAPOLIS — Govs. Eric Holcomb and Andy Beshear on Friday declared public health emergencies after patients in Indiana and Kentucky tested positive for coronavirus.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Officials at University of Louisville Health and University Hospital say they’re already prepared for the potential spread of coronavirus cases to the Louisville area.
INDIANAPOLIS — An amended bill which will extend syringe service programs in Indiana for another year has passed the House and is heading to the governor’s desk.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Clark County health officials met with more than 40 community partners Wednesday to discuss preparations for the potential spread to Southern Indiana of COVID-19, a disease caused by the new coronavirus.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Clark County Health Department unveiled its new facility Wednesday, which leaders say will improve operations and customer service to residents.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana House bill amendment that would extend syringe service programs in the state for another year has passed the Senate and is heading back to the House for a final vote.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A former hospice nurse arrested last week in Floyd County for medical fraud now faces a total of 20 charges in three Southern Indiana counties.
FLOYD COUNTY — A Southern Indiana nurse has been charged with 10 felonies after police say she filled prescriptions for pain medication for terminally ill hospice patients and did not deliver the medication to patients.
CLARK COUNTY — Legislation aimed at reducing overdose and suicide deaths in Indiana has already garnered overwhelming support at the statehouse, and some Clark County leaders are getting a head start.
Working in the emergency room Thursday night, Dr. Tom Harris looked through transfer paperwork sent from his patient’s previous hospital, in Washington County.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Representatives from the state and national stage visited Clark County Thursday, getting a feel for what progress has been made by community members in the fight against the opioid and addiction crisis.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Tuesday morning panel discussion tackled the complex intersection of addiction, suicide and mental health, including how first responders are affected by some of the things they see during the job.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The first night of Clark County CARES Drug Facts Week kicked off with a panel of people who six or seven years ago, might not have been sitting at the same table focused on the same issue.
NEW ALBANY — A Jeffersonville woman was taken into custody after police say she left two children in her car in near freezing temperatures while in a store.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Five years ago, Southern Indiana residents were just starting to figure out how to get a grasp on what was happening in their communities with the opioid epidemic. There were questions, fears, misunderstanding.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – Zack Keeney, of Jeffersonville, laid down on an American Red Cross blood donation bed, ready to do his part to fight the national blood shortage.
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Karen Lynn Balmer, 62 years of age passed away on March 24, 2020 in Floyds Knobs, Indiana. She was born on May 24, 1957 in New Albany, Indiana. Karen is survived by her brother, Dave Balmer and his wife Becky, and her Bopsie Twin, Janice Weber. A private family graveside service was held at …
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Wanda Lea (Grangier) Goulding, 81, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The daughter of the late Amiel and Evelyn Drake Grangier, Wanda was born February 26, 1939 in New Albany. She was a banking officer with PNC Bank and retired after 35 years of service and was a member of Our Lady of Perp…
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- UPDATE: Clark County COVID-19 cases now at seven
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- New Albany shooting suspect found dead by apparent suicide, police say
- Floyd County Health Department announces need to close hair salons, barber shops
- Local art teacher offers virtual painting classes