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JEFFERSONVILLE — Season two of the A&E TV show "60 Days In," set inside the Clark County jail, ended with an "aftermath" reunion special Thursday night.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — A collapse of the Clark County jail's sewer system causes a ripple effect of poor living conditions, loss of water supply and rising tensions in the latest episode of A&E's "60 Days In."

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JEFFERSONVILLE — In the latest episode of A&E's "60 Days In," the undercover inmates inside the Clark County jail are settling in and getting comfortable — maybe too comfortable.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Undercover inmates in the Clark County jail questioned who was really in charge of the facility after witnessing violent fights and other illegal activity in the latest episode of "60 Days In."

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JEFFERSONVILLE — In the latest episode of "60 Days In," one anxious undercover participant abandons the show and a second gets an uncomfortable welcome to the pod.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Last night's episode of "60 Days In" booked its final participant in the Clark County jail, rounding out the number of undercover volunteers in the show's second season to eight.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Violence, first impressions and jail conditions were just some of the issues highlighted in the latest episode of A&E's "60 Days In."

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Other than a new cast of volunteer inmates, the season two premiere of "60 Days In" offered a glimpse into more of the same at the Clark County jail.

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CLARK COUNTY — Viewers of A&E TV's "60 Days In" will again get a front row seat to the inner workings of the Clark County jail as a second season of the show gets underway this week.

JEFFERSONVILLE — For 10 weeks, viewers of A&E's "60 Days In" saw the ins and outs, the good and the bad of the Clark County jail. The show also opened a conversation about state corrections across the country. Every week, the News and Tribune hosted a panel with local experts to dig into…

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JEFFERSONVILLE — After two months of a televised social experiment set at the Clark County jail, viewers and jail staff agreed that it was a U.S. Marine veteran who made the most difference in the jail.

This week's "Inside 60 Days" panel welcomes Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel and Capt. Scottie Maples to talk about the season finale of A&E's "60 Days In" and how the show changed the jail. Noel also gives viewers a hint of what to expect in the show's second season scheduled to air late…

JEFFERSONVILLE — Viewers watched as the final participants were booked out of the Clark County jail in the season finale of "60 Days In" Thursday night.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — When Maryum Ali received a phone call about the opportunity to go undercover as an inmate in the Clark County jail for 60 days, she was fascinated. But she had her reservations about the experience being documented on national TV.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Rashes and shakedowns dominate the latest episode of "60 Days In," giving viewers a look at the harder-to-see woes of inmate life at the Clark County jail.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — In Thursday's episode of "60 Days In," the mall security guard who volunteered to stay undercover at the Clark County jail for 60 days exits the show early after getting "sucker punched" by an inmate.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — DiAundré Newby was still an inmate when the A&E "docu-series" set in the Clark County jail premiered last month, so he wasn't able to watch his TV debut with the rest of the country.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — In the fifth episode of A&E's "60 Days In," producers and Clark County jail officials panic when one of their undercover volunteers is unexpectedly called to the courtroom.

The No. 1 story this week goes to A&E Network's latest episode of "60 Days In," a new documentary series on what goes on inside the Clark County jail. The show's third episode "Cell Shock" focuses on violent acts that can happen in the cells, as well as how inmates use food as a form of …

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JEFFERSONVILLE — The News and Tribune sat down with two experts from behind the scenes of A&E's new TV series, "60 Days In," a show that follows seven volunteers as they go undercover as inmates in the Clark County jail. The 12-episode season premiered Thursday night.

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Obituaries

Jessie Mae (Lee) Bennett, 95, received her wings on September 12, 2019. The daughter of Robert Lee and Annie Pearl (Conway) Ford, Jessie was born January 8, 1924 in Birmingham, Alabama. A devoted Christian, she was a member of Gilt Edge Baptist Church in Jeffersonville. She was a sweetheart …

Janice Housel Shields, 70, passed away at her home in Sellersburg, Indiana. She was born on December 16, 1948 to the late Kermit and Beatrice Housel (Barksdale). Janice worked as a cosmetologist for many years. In recent years she worked as a Slot Machine Attendant at Horse Shoe Southern Ind…

William Dale Robertson, 72, of Georgetown, Indiana, entered into his eternal life on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. William attended St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Albany and was a former member of Holy Family Catholic Church. He attended Our Lady of Providence High School and graduated f…

William Dale Robertson, 72, of Georgetown, Indiana, entered into his eternal life on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. William attended St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Albany and was a former member of Holy Family Catholic Church. He attended Our Lady of Providence High School and graduated f…

Betty Jo Hansford, 84, passed away Thursday, September 12, 2019 at her home. She was a member of Northside Christian Church. Betty was a native of Harlan, KY. She is survived by her sons Donald R. Hansford of Clarksville, IN., William R. Hansford Jr. of Jeffersonville, IN., Robert W. Hansfor…

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