JEFFERSONVILLE — The River Ridge Development Authority board of directors has approved the sale of a major parcel of land that is expected to bring a major new development and jobs to the region.
SELLERSBURG — The Tri-Township Fire Protection District voted at its regular meeting Tuesday to move forward with starting its own fire department rather than re-enter a contract with the Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Department as it has done for decades.
FLOYD COUNTY — The Floyd County Commissioners wanted to make sure there was no question where they stood on the subject of adding a third ambulance in the county, to be stationed in Greenville.
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 — Louisville officials have shed some light on why the Big Four pedestrian bridge’s spectacular light show has gone dark.
CRAWFORD COUNTY — Stan Faith, who served as Floyd County prosecutor for 16 years before losing to Keith Henderson in 2002, has died. He was 74.
NEW ALBANY — WorkOne is hosting a healthcare sector job fair to help assist workers that will be displaced from Kentuckiana Medical Center when the facility closes next month.
JEFFERSONVILLE — As Jeffersonville's landscape continues to transform at a rapid pace, city officials are focused on creating large-scale walkability throughout all areas of the city.
FLOYD COUNTY — Brad Striegel said the argument whether a third ambulance is needed in rural Floyd County is an easy one to make. All you have to do, he said, is drive past Greenville Elementary School.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A police officer struck by a passing car while at a stop in Jeffersonville Friday night has been released and is recovering at home with his family, the department reported Monday.
LOUISVILLE — Emergency crews in Louisville continued to search Monday for a person witnesses say jumped from the Clark Memorial Bridge on Sunday.
Discount Labels has launched “Wn” — a Women’s Leadership Seminar Series celebrating the infinite power of women, featuring Ingrid Hernandez, Owner of INgrid Design.
INDIANA — The state of Indiana needs to add more than a million jobs over the next decade, and building a skilled workforce is key to filling these positions, state officials say.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Rescue crews on the Indiana and Kentucky shores searched for a person who reportedly jumped off the Second Street Bridge on Sunday afternoon.
SELLERSBURG — For the first time in 30 years, the Tri-Township Fire Protection District may not re-enter a contract with the Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Department.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville police officer has been released from the University of Louisville Hospital after being struck by a car Friday night, according to JPD Sgt. Isaac Parker.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville police officer is being treated for what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries following a traffic incident Friday night.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Education funding and hate crimes legislation were among the hot topics at a forum featuring state legislators and local school board members.
CLARKSVILLE — Rafael Rodriguez was sitting at the front counter inside the Used Tire Warehouse in Clarksville on Thursday afternoon when he heard cracking noises and felt strong gusts of wind.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As the American Legion turns 100 on Friday, true to form, the American Legion Auxiliary is right beside the veterans’ organization celebrating the same milestone this year as well.
NEW ALBANY — Griffin Recreation Center has served as a community hub for decades in New Albany, and with recent renovations, the city hopes to continue serving people of all ages through its affordable programming and activity space.
MUNCIE — Ball State University junior Lydia Kotowski of Floyds Knobs was named a finalist for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, the nation’s premier graduate fellowship for students pursuing careers as public service leaders.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for 10 south central Indiana counties, including Clark, Floyd, Scott and Harrison.
The 12th annual Stella di Luce art show will be held Saturday and Sunday, March 23-24, at Huber Winery. The event draws nearly 50 artists while celebrating the arrival of the popular Stella di Luce wine.
CHARLESTOWN — After several months of high water and flooding, the bank of the Ohio River is littered with quite a bit of natural and manmade debris along Trail 6 in Charlestown State Park.
NEW ALBANY — Art Caufield still remembers the day he picked up former president Harry Truman from the airport and drove him to French Lick. The one-hour conversation was one that Caufield will never forget.
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.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Around 350 Duke Energy customers in Jeffersonville are expected to have service interruptions Thursday to allow for repair work.
INDIANAPOLIS — After tabling the vote last week, the Indiana Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would add two new circuit courts to Clark County by 2021.
NEW ALBANY — Where is Sherlock Holmes when we need him? This case of the missing central gasolier in the Town Clock Church is still unsolved.
LOUISVILLE — Traffic control devices were installed on the Clark Memorial Bridge last week and the driving lanes now are reduced to one lane in each direction as crews prepare to resume painting the structure.
CLARKSVILLE — A proposed fire territory that would improve fire services and raise property taxes in some areas of Clarksville and unincorporated areas of Jeffersonville Township is expected to come to a vote by the end of the month.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As business and development continue to expand in the area, Southern Indiana is becoming more of a destination for visitors, according to representatives of several regional tourism bureaus.
NEW ALBANY — It's official: the New Albany High School weight room, also known as the wellness facility, will soon see a $100,000 upgrade thanks to Tax Increment Financing funds.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Effective April 1, Clark Urgent Care will move to the Clarksville Medical Center, 2205 Greentree North, Clarksville, right next to Clark Primary Care (formerly Havens Medical Group).
NEW ALBANY — An 18-year-old woman facing charges in connection with a teen who went missing last week appeared in Floyd County court this morning.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The superintendent search for Greater Clark County Schools is a lot like fishing at this point, school board president Katie Hutchinson says.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A teen charged with attempted murder in 2017 has been sentenced in Clark County after entering a plea agreement for a lesser charge last month.
- Rescue crews search for reported jumper off Second Street Bridge
- Fire protection district seeks alternatives to Sellersburg fire contract
- Jeffersonville police officer hit by car; injuries believed to be non-life threatening
- BOYS' BASKETBALL: Dragons are state-bound after semistate win
- Planned Duke Energy outage to impact 350 customers in Jeffersonville
- Stan Faith, former Floyd County prosecutor, dies
- Police responding to crash on I-65 near Sellersburg
- HARDWOOD AFTERMATH: Silver Creek coaching staff honors Bradley
- Tri-Township Fire Protection District to start own department
- Jeffersonville police officer released from hospital after hit by car