A southern Indiana police officer fatally shot a machete-wielding man who charged at him inside a Walmart, authorities say.
A Clarksville-based private investigator has been sentenced to nine months in federal prison after pleading guilty to a $1 million tax fraud scheme.
A southern Indiana reserve police officer who sued the town of Clarksville after it withdrew his conditional offer of employment due to his HIV diagnosis has reached a settlement with the town, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced.
A Clarksville man has been sentenced to 40 months in federal prison for wire fraud and money laundering offenses related to an investment scheme.
The town of Clarksville is being sued for allegations of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by revoking a reserve police officer’s job offer after discovering his HIV diagnosis.
An adult store seeking to set up shop in Clarksville was granted its motion Tuesday for a temporary restraining against the town, which it contends is in the process of amending zoning ordinances to permanently prevent the store’s operation before it can even begin.
A southern Indiana man charged with killing a woman whose decapitated, mutilated body was found inside her burning apartment will be evaluated by psychiatrists to determine whether he has an intellectual disability.
A southern Indiana man has been charged with murder after firefighters found a woman’s decapitated, mutilated body inside her burning apartment, hours before police allegedly found her missing body parts in a suitcase in the suspect’s home.
A Clark County man appeared in court Monday to face a charge he set a fire that destroyed a cabin built as a re-creation of the home where Revolutionary War figure George Rogers Clark spent his retirement years in southern Indiana.
A southern Indiana nurse has been charged with practicing medicine without a license for allegedly removing a nursing home resident’s oxygen mask hours before he died from COVID-19 last year.
A proposal to ban Indianapolis and more than 100 other Indiana cities from ever changing their names has been approved by the state Senate. The proposal also would prohibit the renaming of many other Hoosier cities.
A Clarksville adult entertainment venue ordered to cease operations due to local ordinance violations lost its appeal of an injunction Wednesday.
An Indiana State Police trooper fatally shot a southern Indiana man early Wednesday during an exchange of gunfire following a traffic stop, authorities say.
Two Clark County nurses have been sentenced for stealing narcotics medication from patients following an investigation by the Indiana Attorney General’s Office.
Some Indiana police officers are reporting that they’re seeing an increase in marijuana products, including pot-laced edibles and vaping devices, coming from states where marijuana has been legalized to one degree or another. State Police Sgt. Carey Huls said authorities are observing an increase of specialty marijuana products coming from states such as California or Colorado with established laws permitting their use
An appellate panel has determined that individuals adjudicated as not responsible by reason of insanity may not have that finding expunged from their records pursuant to Indiana Code section 35-38-9- 1. It thus rejected a man’s request to have his murder charge removed from his record.
An award of damages has been upheld for a woman who alleged negligence against a Golden Corral restaurant after she consumed undercooked chicken wings from its buffet that resulted in food poisoning and injuries requiring multiple surgeries.
A prosecutor has decided that the fatal shooting of a southern Indiana man by a police officer after the man refused to drop a gun was justified. Clark County Prosecutor Jeremy Mull reviewed the investigation from Indiana State Police and determined no charges would be filed in the death of 43-year-old Max David Helton of Clarksville.
A southern Indiana police department plans to have its officers resume using body cameras after dropping them last year amid concerns about costs and privacy issues.
Summary judgment was prematurely granted to a Clarksville homeowner sued by his neighbors for allegedly violating the neighborhood’s restrictive covenants, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.