NEW ALBANY — A familiar face in local politics has been elected Floyd County Coroner.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — The three suspects charged in connection with the shooting of a Nabb man at his home last week appeared for their initial hearings in Clark County on Monday.

SELLERSBURG — Over the past few weeks, the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg has received numerous calls for a motorcyclist speeding and driving recklessly, both around and between traffic. Monday, as a result of those calls, that driver is in jail.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — State data shows that the number of crashes at the double roundabout built in the east end of Jeffersonville have decreased since completion, but some drivers are still wary of the crossing.

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GREENVILLE — The scene along U.S. 150 in Greenville was festive Saturday as floats, firetrucks, vintage cars and horses traveled down a section of the highway. Residents gathered along the highway to watch, and kids collected candy as it was thrown by participants in the parade.

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NEW ALBANY — As the first high school FM radio station in the country, WNAS Radio has maintained a significant legacy since it went live from New Albany High School in 1949.

LOUISVILLE – The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) advises motorists four of the six lanes of the Interstate 65 John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge in Louisville are closed until further notice due to a loose finger expansion joint.

CLARKSVILLE — As the relationships between different religions grows more tense with attacks on religious minorities around the world, members of various faiths are coming together in the hope of building a sense of community in Southern Indiana.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The second of two Clark County judges shot May 1 while in Indianapolis for a judicial conference has returned home.

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NEW ALBANY — South-central Indiana now has a website dedicated to attracting new business to the region, thanks to a coalition of economic development leaders from Duke Energy, the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville, the River Ridge Commerce Center and One Southern Indiana (1si), the chamber of …

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SCOTTSBURG — At approximately 10:46 p.m. Wednesday, Scottsburg emergency personnel were dispatched to a car versus pedestrian crash on North Wilson Road just north of West Weir Road on the northwest side of Scottsburg.

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JEFFERSONVILLE — One of two Clark County judges shot May 1 in Indianapolis has returned home, but it's not been determined when either may return to their judicial duties.

CLARK COUNTY — Work will begin on a $3.9 million pavement restoration project on Ind. 265 in Clark County on or after Thursday, May 16, weather permitting. Work will take place from I-65 to just less than a mile west of Ind. 62.

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ELIZABETH — As progress is made on Horseshoe Southern Indiana’s land-based casino, officials announced today it will open as Caesars Southern Indiana — part of the internationally-known Caesars gaming and entertainment brand. With completely new gaming facilities, increased amenities and new…

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CLARKSVILLE — Adult theater and business Theatair X has filed a court appeal following a recent decision by the Town of Clarksville to revoke its business license based on multiple alleged zoning code violations.

NEW ALBANY — Klerner Lane reopened Tuesday afternoon over I-265 in New Albany after closing Monday evening because of damage sustained in an accident involving a large truck. While all driving lanes are open and the overpass is safe for travel, lanes are shifted to avoid the damaged area of …

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CLARKSVILLE — Phyllis Yeager couldn't believe what she was seeing: an historic sign marker near the Falls of Ohio, surrounded by old tires and debris with nothing else around it, stating that Meriwether Lewis and William Clark began discussing and putting together their famous Corps of Disco…

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Mary Elizabeth Farnsley, 92, of New Albany, Indiana passed away Monday at Baptist Health Floyd. New Albany. She was the former Mary McNew, a native of Laurel County, Kentucky. Mary was a homemaker and a foster parent to several children. Preceded in death by husband, Carl D. Farnsley; sons, …

Wanda L. Ramey Van Meter, 88, died Monday, May 20, 2019 at Westminster Health Care in Clarksville. She was born in Louisville and was a retired supervisor for the U.S. Census Bureau. She was a member of Howard Park Christian Church in Clarksville. She was preceded in death by her husbands, H…

Betty A. Roby, 72, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Clark Memorial Hospital. She was a retired bus driver of Greater Clark County School Corporation. Betty was a member of member of Moose Lodge Auxiliary, Eagles Auxiliary and American Legion Auxiliary. She was a native of Jeffersonville…

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