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Clark judicial candidates vie for Circuit 2, 3 — Two Clark County judicial races are up for grabs Tuesday as winners will be tasked with handling increased caseloads amid the county's ongoing fiscal crunch. The total number of criminal cases filed in Clark County increased 21 percent over the last decade to 6,647, while felony cases more than doubled to 3,089 last year during the same time.

Star Hill Road remains within budget, schedule — It has been nearly two years since dirt began being excavated on Clark County's new road that will link U.S. 60 near Borden with St. John Road in Starlight.

Green Tree Mall renovation complete — A multimillion-dollar update of Green Tree Mall has been completed, just ahead of another holiday shopping season. The renovation at the venerable Clarksville mall, which took about five months, includes many modern design improvements, including new facades with signs and lights on its three entrances facing Lewis & Clark Parkway.

Ind. Congressional race pits three contenders — The most prominent contested race this year in Southern and South Central Indiana pits three candidates for the U.S. Congressional seat that represents District 9 in the Hoosier state. The position was dominated by the Democratic party for 34 years under former U.S. Rep.

Toll bids for bridges project to be redone

Woman, 60, dies in Utica mobile home fire — A Utica (Ind.) woman died early Thursday morning after her trailer caught fire. Angela Howard, 60, was found dead inside her home at 1013 Utica-Charlestown Road, said Fire Chief Jamey Noel, of the volunteer Utica Township Fire Department.

Clarksville murder victim's wife testifies — More than a year later, Melanie Coghill remembers what it felt like when a police officer told her that her husband had been found shot dead inside their home in March 2013. She didn't believe him.

Revised Jeffersonville, Indiana, marina plan can proceed — The Jeffersonville City Council on Monday approved using up to $3 million in redevelopment money for Mayor Mike Moore's revised marina plan, giving the project final approval to proceed after receiving its final permit from the Army Corps of Engineers last week.

Arguments begin in Clarksville murder trial — Opening arguments began Tuesday morning in the murder trial of Christopher "Jared" Sowders and Garreth Stephens, who're accused of breaking into the Clarksville house of insurance salesman Steven Baldwin then fatally shooting him in the chest. Defense attorneys for the two men argue the state of Indiana has no evidence - direct or circumstantial - that links the Borden men to the murders.

Steel beams put up on new downtown Louisville bridge — Walsh Construction workers have set the first steel beams on the new Interstate 65 bridge that will connect downtown Louisville with Jeffersonville as part of the $2.3 billion Ohio River Bridges Project. Tugboats pushed the steel on barges starting Monday morning from the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville, where it had been delivered by trucks from Prospect Steel in Little Rock, Ark.
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