In today's top headlines we have more details about All Time 'Jeopardy' champion Ken Jennings visiting IUS and more information on different Halloween events happening in Southern Indiana. Read more

In today's top headlines we have more details on efforts to educate the community on the dangers of vaping and hear from a doctor at Clark Memorial Health who discusses the importance of breast cancer screenings. Read more

In today's top headlines we have more information on SoIN Big Read, a program providing a free book and events related to that book. We also have more information on a new member of the leadership team at Clark Memorial Health. Read more

In today's top headlines we have more information on LifeSpring providing naloxone throughout Southern Indiana and we have the latest on money being raised through Power of Pink.  Read more

In today's top headlines we have more information about local emergency responders participating in a terrorism training exercise. We have also more information on the impact Covid-19 has had at IUS. Read more

In today's top headlines we have more information on 4 local organizations receiving grant money. Health officials are urging the community to get a flu shot and Baptist Health Floyd is hosting a curbside flu shot clinic. Read more

Today's top headlines include more information on a missing 14-year-old boy from Corydon. Police are asking homeowners and business owners in Southern Indiana and Louisville to check their security cameras.  Read more

In today's top headlines we have a look into the efforts from officials at the Louisville Zoo to provide some of their animals with a uniquely formulated Covid-19 vaccine for animals. We also hear from those involved with the Origin Park project on their efforts to preserve the habitat of bi… Read more

Today's top headlines include more information on Covid-19 vaccinations for children ages 5-11. Health experts are saying Pfizer could soon apply for emergency use to begin vaccinating young children. If approved would you take you child to get a Covid-19 vaccination? Read more

Today's top headlines include more information on how you can donate to the thousands of Afghan evacuees temporarily staying at Camp Atterbury. Remember, they are only accepting NEW items that are still in the original packaging. Our local option for donations in the National Guard Armory in… Read more

Did you know Governor Holcomb issued a proclamation declaring Sept. 13 – 17 as Small Business Week in Indiana? To celebrate we visited Schimpff's Confectionery, which has been in business for 130 years. Full story at the 2:45 mark.  Read more

Today's show is packed full of important Covid-19 information, including increased Covid-19 testing throughout Indiana, President Biden's new strategy for Covid-19, and health providers weighing in on vaccines. Read more

Top Headlines: 4 year old Zoe Radford, of Charlestown, will appear in a video in Times Square as part of the National Down Syndrome Society's video presentation. The video will be live-streamed on the National Down Syndrome Society's Facebook page from 9:30 am-10:30 am September 18th. Read more

Top Headlines: The former Bethel A.M.E. Church will soon become condos/patio homes and enrollment is IUS is down. Business News: Trilogy Health Services is responding to the worker shortage with $8 million. Lifestyle News: We look at the services offered by Clark County Youth Shelter and Fam… Read more

Health officials are urging the community to take precaution against mosquitoes after several were found with West Nile Virus in Southern Indiana. What do you do to keep them away? Read more

This weekend there are several things happening around Southern Indiana including the Sellersburg Celebrates Festival and the Art in Speed Park Fair. What are your weekend plans? Read more

Students fighting climate change? At Clarksville High School they are. Watch to learn more about heat mapping and how they are helping the town of Clarksville. At 1:40 we've got your Covid-19 update. At 4:00 hear from a pediatrician for National Immunization Awareness Month. Read more

In today's newscast we have the latest Covid-19 numbers, new information about Covid-19 booster shots, and hear from New Albany City Councilman Josh Turner about his upcoming walk to raise awareness and money for veteran suicide.  Read more

Indiana University's Covid-19 vaccine mandate remains in place. Do you agree students and staff should have to get the vaccine? At the 2:30 mark we've got a story with Habitat for Humanity Clark and Floyd Indiana looking at the need for more affordable housing in Southern Indiana. Read more

Clarksville Cove shuts down early due to Covid-19 health concerns and staffing shortages. Does that change some of your weekend plans? Also, around the 2:15 mark we have a look at some of the things happening around Southern Indiana this weekend. Read more

In today's newscast hear from a Sellersburg police officer who rescued a dog, Jeffersonville boys' tennis players are preparing for their upcoming season, and a local author tells us about his new book. Read more

In today's newscast we have a sneak peak at the new Monarch Educational Gardens opening Thursday at the Arts Alliance of Southern Indiana and a local volleyball standout returns home to host a volleyball camp.  Read more

In today's newscast hear from organizers preparing for this year's Harvest Homecoming Festival and we celebrate National Book Lovers Day at the Jeffersonville Township Public Library. Read more

In today's newscast hear from a Floyd County parent who is upset over the recent mask mandate in the schools and we have a look at the events happening around Southern Indiana this weekend. Read more

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