Voter turnout could hit records in southern Indiana Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

More than 21,000 votes have already been cast in Clark County between early in-person and absentee ballots.


1 dead after head-on crash near Salem Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

Police responded to a report of a two-car crash Tuesday around 4:10 p.m. on State Road 60, near Abbott Lane.

Judge orders city to release some documents related to Metro Police Explorer Program scandal Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

The investigation, which was completed in 2018, began after members of the program accused two former officers of sexual abuse.


JCPS teacher faces 15 charges after court docs say she sexually abused 13-year-old student Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

Micca Watts-Gordon was removed from the classroom last November, pending investigations into the allegations.


Louisville restaurants getting creative to serve customers during colder months of pandemic Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

As temperatures drop, restaurants are once again having to adapt to stay afloat.

Police: 1 dead in two-vehicle crash near Salem Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

Police said a 57-year-old man died following a crash on State Road 60 Tuesday afternoon.


Indiana governor won’t back mandatory COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said Tuesday night that he would not support requiring residents to receive a COVID-19 vaccine once such immunizations become available.

Louisville football to host ‘blackout’ game on Halloween Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

The Cards are asking fans to wear black to support the team as they host Virginia Tech at Cardinal Stadium on Saturday.


Indiana parole officers making sure sex offenders follow restrictions on Halloween night Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

Each sex offender is required to attend a mandatory meeting, turn in safety plans for Halloween night or remain home and not pass out candy,

Radcliff creating resource center to make up for closed library services Tuesday, Oct 27 2020 

The closure of Hardin County’s North Branch library was a disconnect for many residents who relied on the library’s internet services.

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