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Louisville lawyer Karl Truman is proud to announce that he and the members of his legal team acted as a sponsor for the recent Army Marathon...Mr. Truman and his legal team financially contributed and ran the marathon to help raise money and
Doug Henderson, 28, of Jeffersonville was the passenger in a 2012 silver Volkswagen driven by Jesse Crawford, 28, of New Albany. According to police, Crawford was driving east on Interstate 64 at a high rate of speed when the Volkswagen left the road
Back in the fall of 2009, his football career at Twiggs County was nearing an end. It appeared that Darqueze Dennards entire football career, despite talent and honors galore, was done. No colleges, on pretty much any level, were interested in him...
Until Luke Dailey was about 4 years old, he had a hard time using the word "yes." Instead, he would repeat back part of the question as his affirmative. So if his mother, Annette, asked Luke if he wanted chicken nuggets for dinner, his response was "
Amazon is the future of retail, so it's always useful to hear from real live Amazon warehouse workers about what their jobs are really like. Today: one worker details just how much Amazon values its own time over that of its employees. A worker at
Mill Steel Co. plans to open a flat-rolled steel plant at southern Indiana's Ohio River port that company officials say could have about 45 workers by 2017. The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based company announced Monday it is spending about $16 million to
In his role as executive director of the Clark-Floyd Counties Convention and Tourism Bureau, Jim Epperson is used to touting Southern Indiana's economic development strengths and potential. Epperson's job has sold itself lately, as the downtown
The USS LST 325 sails down the Ohio River toward Evansville on Sept. 23, 2013. Evansville officials downplayed recent comments from an LST 325 board member that suggested the World War II ship was prepared to leave the city next year if it was not
Scrimmaging South Central the week before gave Corydon Central skipper Zach Sipes a better feeling of what to expect in game situations with his rather young baseball team...Those players inexperienced at the varsity level didn't show much hesitation
The Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission will consider on Monday an application to build a new nursing home on Jefferson Road. The item was originally supposed to be heard during the March 24 meeting, but the item was deferred because the