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WASHINGTON, D.C -- A southern Indiana woman tells Congress her neighbors are being wrongfully forced out of their homes by the government. Tina Barnes, a resident of the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood in Charlestown, testified before a House subcommittee during a hearing on...
ELKHART, Ind. -- Have you ever asked a famous person for their autograph? If you have -- or even if you haven't -- there's an exhibit coming to Elkhart you might want to check out. "Can I Have Your Autograph? Famous Signatures" will open this Saturday at the Havilah Beardsley...
The Senate has unveiled a budget that spends about the same amount as the House, but without one proposed tax increase. As expected, the Senate budget drops House Republicans' cigarette tax increase. Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley notes he's supported a gas tax hike because...
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. -- The Delaware County Courthouse has hired a new officer. The four-legged member of the Court Appointed Special Advocate Team (CASA) will help children who are the victims of neglect and abused. Frankie is a 21-month-old black Labrador. She’s one of only...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- Kokomo Police are investigating an accident that led to the death of a pedestrian. Kokomo Police say a pedestrian was struck and killed around 5:30 this morning near the intersection of Markland and Reed Roads. Kokomo Police Department accident investigators and...
SOUTH BEND, Ind.--Making threats on social media can get you put away and Isaiah Deonte Jovan Beavers, 26, of South Bend , found that out the hard way yesterday when he was sentenced to 15 months in prison by a federal judge.   He pleaded guilty to making a threat using the...
(PHOTO: Emmis Communications) INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- Indiana has the lowest unemployment rate in the United States for veterans, according to a study by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The 2016 report says 1.8% of Indiana veterans were unemployed on average last year. The...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- Anonymous, threatening letters were sent to school board members in Muncie. Now, they’re concerned after a series of these letters have been showing up in their mailboxes, and sometimes, even on their front doorsteps. School Board President Debbie Feik said board...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis just went 20 days without a criminal homicide – its longest murder-free streak in two years. From March 7 to March 26, no criminal homicides were reported in Indianapolis. That's the longest murder-free streak the city has seen since 2015, when no...