CLARKSVILLE — A dispute into overtime pay for Clarksville police officers spanning the past five years has been settled, with an agreement in place to make sure compensation is appropriate moving forward.
CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville has taken a major step toward redevelopment in South Clarksville by approving the purchase of the former Marathon property on Center Street.
FLOYD COUNTY — No students were injured following an accident on Interstate 265 West, near the Grant Line Road ramp in Floyd County, Tuesday morning.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — During the afternoon and evening hours of Oct. 10, the Sellersburg Post All Crimes Policing (ACP) squad conducted two separate drug investigations resulting in two arrests for dealing in methamphetamine, according to an Indiana State Police release.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Investigators say a Borden man is responsible for purposely setting a house fire in July in Jeffersonville that killed a dog.
NEW ALBANY — The New Albany Police Department is in need of an updated fleet, and if it receives final approval by the city council, it will be set to purchase 15 new police vehicles this year.
NEW ALBANY — A trial date has been set for the reopened federal case of a man who pleaded guilty in 1992 to carrying a gun while committing a crime of violence, when police say he placed a pipe bomb under an officer's car.
SELLERSBURG — Preliminary results of an autopsy performed Tuesday on a 2-year-old child involved in a scooter accident point to blunt force trauma, police say.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Jeffersonville Fraternal Order of Police has issued a statement in which it calls recent community criticism of a new police hire an "unfair attack."
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany man has been charged and served a warrant after a months-long investigation into what police say was his involvement in a burglary at an assisted living facility.
CLARKSVILLE — Firefighters in Clarksville are working toward improving safety within the town, as well as strengthening relationships with the town council, by starting a political action committee.
CLARKSVILLE — Three Clarksville police officers will be recognized for likely saving the life of a man who they found in a creek more than two days after he went missing.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man who made Jeffersonville history when he became the city's first African American fire chief in 1984 will be laid to rest tomorrow, leaving a legacy of strong character and hard work which will continue to resonate in the community.
CLARK COUNTY — After months of preparation, the chief of a new fire department in Clark County said he and his team are ready to hit the ground running.
CHICAGO — An appellate court ruled Tuesday that a former Indiana State Trooper who served 13 years for the murder of his wife and two children can proceed with a civil suit for false arrest.
NEW ALBANY — On Saturday, tour-goers will receive a glimpse into the past — in addition to new possibilities — as 10 historic buildings in New Albany open their doors to attendees at an annual event.
CLARKSVILLE — A Sellersburg woman could face multiple charges including neglect of a dependent and possession of methamphetamine after a traffic stop Monday led to her arrest.
NEW ALBANY — The grandfather of a woman found dead in her New Albany home early Friday said he hopes answers on what happened come soon.
INDIANAPOLIS — One of two Clark County judges who was shot in Indianapolis in May has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for battery prior to the shooting.
This Week's Circulars
Martha Ann (Dittmeier) Wigginton, 89, passed away October 14. Visitation, Saturday, 3-8 p.m., Sunday, 9-10 a.m., service immediately following at Naville & Funeral Home, Market Street, New Albany.
Michael Simms passed away August 30, 2019. He is survived by his son Steven Simms and grandchildren Eli and Oliver Simms. A celebration of life will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, 113 W Maple St, Jeffersonville.
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