- Man accused of eating woman's organs charged with rape Updated: May-05-15 10:29 am
JEFFERSONVILLE, Indiana - A southern Indiana man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating some of her internal organs is facing a rape charge in the attack.
- Students stand up for Indiana town at center of HIV outbreak Updated: Apr-19-15 12:11 pm
AUSTIN, Indiana - To Austin High School Principal Sherman Smith, it's just bullying on a bigger stage.
- Elkhart newspaper takes top honors in IAPME contest Updated: Apr-17-15 9:47 pm
INDIANPOLIS, Indiana - Anne Christnovich, Tim Vandenack, Sarah Welliver and the staff of The Elkhart Truth won top honors at the Indiana Associated Press Media Editors' awards ceremony Friday for their coverage of the five-year aftermath of the Great Recession.
- Ex-sheriff gets fine, probation over 2013 prostitution case Updated: Apr-13-15 5:11 pm
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A retired southern Indiana sheriff was ordered Monday to pay $4,000 in fines and serve two years' probation under a plea deal in which he admitted lying to federal investigators about his relationship with a prostitute.
- Leaky roof, mold among repair needs at Floyd County jail Updated: Apr-12-15 4:05 am
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A southern Indiana sheriff says his county jail needs a new roof, mold remediation and other repairs. But financial challenges could make the work a daunting task.
- For bridge workers, the office is 230 feet in the air Updated: Apr-11-15 12:44 pm
LOUSIVILLE, Kentucky - Drivers who've crossed the Kennedy Memorial Bridge in recent months likely have noted the progress of the growing towers for the cable-stayed bridge just east of it, but the unique workspace - 230 feet in the air - has been somewhat of a mystery.
- Historical society wants steamboat to remain in city's seal Updated: Apr-08-15 3:43 am
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - A southern Indiana historical society is urging the city of New Albany to keep an iconic steamboat image as part of its city seal.
- New Albany council to weigh in on religious objections law Updated: Apr-05-15 3:44 pm
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - The revision of Indiana's religious objections law isn't stopping a southern Indiana city from considering a measure condemning the statute.