- IU Southeast: BB gun led to campus lockdown Updated: Dec-05-13 6:11 pm
- Historic house saved from path of school expansion Updated: Dec-05-13 9:58 am
- Camm working with nonprofit advocating for inmates Updated: Dec-01-13 2:16 pm
- Death sentence ordered for S. Ind. woman's slaying Updated: Nov-26-13 1:37 pm
- Donnelly donates shutdown pay to 10 food banks Updated: Nov-21-13 5:37 am
- S. Indiana police arrest 20-plus on drug charges Updated: Nov-20-13 5:11 pm
- Utility apologizes over S. Ind. tree-cutting Updated: Nov-19-13 8:01 am
- Museum to unveil restored historic fire engine Updated: Nov-05-13 11:26 am
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - Indiana University Southeast officials say a student bringing a BB gun to use as a prop for a theater class is what led to campus being placed on lockdown for about 45 minutes after a student reported seeing someone on campus with a gun.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - Neighbors on the south side of New Albany High School have watched as the New Albany-Floyd school system has bought modest homes and demolished them to enlarge the school campus.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A southern Indiana man acquitted of killing his wife and two children after 13 years in prison will work with a national nonprofit that provides criminal-defense investigations for inmates it believes have been wrongfully accused.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A southern Indiana man was sentenced to death Tuesday after telling a judge that's what he deserved for killing his late mother's 75-year-old best friend.
INDIANAPOLIS - Sen. Joe Donnelly has donated his take-home pay from the federal government shutdown to 10 food banks across Indiana.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - More than 20 people have been arrested as part of a crackdown on illegal dealing in heroin and other drugs, authorities in southern Indiana said Wednesday.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A utility company has apologized for a lack of communication involving its clear-cutting of trees for a power line project that's left a barren swath across a scenic southern Indiana hillside.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A restored fire engine that appeared in a photograph which ran in newspapers across the nation during the historic 1937 Ohio River flood will be unveiled this month at a New Albany museum.