Tonight at 10: Did the drought dry up farm values?

The worst drought in decades doesn't appear to be affecting Indiana's farmland values. We'll share results of the latest Purdue University study showing an increase in farm values. But it's been a rough year for growers.

A former golf course and park are being purchased by Ohio County, Kentucky. We'll hear what's next for the property.

We'll take you to an unusual auction in Warrick County.  A involves mine subsidence.

A disturbing case of child pornography in Southern Indiana. Authorities say a New Albany man is accused of having and sharing child porn with some of the images appearing to be babies and toddlers.

There's continuing fallout from the decision to cut funding to the Human Relations Commission serving Evansville and Vanderburgh County.

And Hoosier voters can now submit questions to the Indiana Debate Commission for consideration in the upcoming debates in the governor's race and U.S. Senate race.

See you at ten, David James