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LMPD: A department and community in crisis

LMPD: A department and community in crisis

The final review of LMPD’s practices and policies
Jordan Gregg, Staff Reporter February 18, 2021

A recent report was given to Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer in late January regarding the Louisville Metro Police Department’s overall review of their practices, policies, and procedures. The results...

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Southern Indiana is funding a new Safe Haven Baby Box

Indiana is one of the few states that allows the use of the Safe Haven baby boxes
Kat Lynn, Staff Reporter February 18, 2021

As Eastern Heights Baptist Church in Jeffersonville continues to contribute, southern Indiana will receive a new Safe Haven baby box to a Jeffersonville, IN fire station.  Throughout 2020, there were...

Members of the Political Science Department present the issues for undecided voters

Members of the Political Science Department present the issues for undecided voters

IUS political science professors breakdown the key details of the presidential frontrunners’ platforms
Garland Noel, Erik Hackman, Emily Owen, and Rachel Wood November 2, 2020

If you intend to vote in the 2020 Presidential Election or feel the need to understand the issues behind it, and don't know where to begin, a few of the IUS political science professors have helped The...

Two Generations of Hoosiers and Their Encouragement to Voters

What Two Generations of Hoosiers Are Saying About the Coronavirus With the Upcoming Election
Aubryn Crotchett, Contributing Writer October 30, 2020

Kay Geswein, of Lanesville, Indiana, has voted in-person in every presidential election since the age of 18. In previous elections, Geswein did not fret over who the president would be. Geswein would...

Photo Gallery: Creepy Cruise-In haunts Georgetown Drive-In over the weekend

Event featured Dr. Gangrene and Xander Harris from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Garland Noel, Staff Reporter October 7, 2020

Political cartoonist Mr. Fish coming to IUS

Political cartoonist Mr. Fish coming to IUS

IUS Library to host free public events featuring the renowned artist
Marc Andry, Staff Reporter November 15, 2019

IU Southeast is hosting accomplished political cartoonist Dwayne Booth on Tuesday, Nov. 19 and Wednesday, Nov. 20. The IUS Library sponsored and organized the visit. During his visit, Booth will lead...

Joanna Smith holds a boxer puppy brought to Harvest Homecoming by Fat Heads Rescue.

Fat Heads Rescue takes on Harvest Homecoming

Festival goers pay one dollar to hold and love on puppies
Aubryn Crotchett, Staff Reporter October 16, 2019

A local non-profit animal shelter hosted a booth at Harvest Homecoming this year, letting visitors spend time with its wet-nosed puppies for a small fee. Fat Heads Rescue had a booth at the annual...

Robin Pitmann, communications and outreach coordinator for Harbor House of Louisville, sits at her organization's table at the annual IUS Volunteer Fair.

IU Southeast hosts annual Volunteer fair

Local organizations packed the Hoosier room to highlight volunteer opportunities for students
Aubryn Crotchett, Staff Reporter October 9, 2019

Over 20 local organizations visited IU Southeast’s campus on Monday, Oct. 7 to inform students on volunteer opportunities happening in the community. The mission of each organization is to get students...

Among the events happening on Sunday was a car show on Taylorsville Road, showcasing local, classic and custom cars.

A community rooted in tradition

Jeffersontown comes together in support of one another for the Gaslight Festival
Emily Elliotte, Staff Reporter September 22, 2019

A tradition began in the heart of Jeffersontown in 1969 that has been going strong for 50 years. This year’s Gaslight Festival was held September 13-15, when the city of Jeffersontown and those surrounding...

Steve Carr tends to his two chicken coop guard dogs, Bear and Ranger.

Southern Indiana’s 3D Valley Farm

Depauw Indiana couple runs all-organic farm with Certified Humane grass-fed beef and free range chickens
Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter March 4, 2019

Nestled on the corner of Bank and Market Street in downtown New Albany, dozens of vendors and farmers offer their fresh produce, organic meats and—at the stand belonging to local farmers Steve and Jane...

Cuban refugee Arianna Martinez waves an american flag to show support. Small american and Kentucky state flags were passed around to anyone that wanted tone.

Refugee and Immigrant Day held at Kentucky State Capitol

Coalition of local interfaith charities and refugee support agencies hosts their sixth annual event
Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter February 21, 2019

A local youth soccer revival

As participation numbers are falling nationally, local recreational soccer clubs are seeing steady growth.
Bryce Shreve, Content Editor January 9, 2019

Crisp morning air, a harmony of chirping birds and clanking soccer cleats on pavement provide the soundscape to Saturday morning recreational soccer games. While its popularity is palpable in certain pockets...

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