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WASHINGTON, D.C. - - A bill to help fight the opioid epidemic sponsored by one of your lawmakers in Washington has passed the U.S. House. Rep. Jackie Walorski's bill named the Dr. Todd Graham Pain Management Improvement Act, aims to crack down on over-prescribing of opioids by...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The next letter you get in the mail could smell like ice cream! The U.S. Postal Service is taking the scratch-and-sniff stickers you loved as a kid to a whole new level with their new Frozen Treats Forever stamps. Each of the 10 stamp designs features a...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Separating children from their parents on the border should not happen, said Sen. Todd Young, a Republican and Indiana's junior U.S. Senator. He's co-sponsoring the Protect Kids and Parents Act, Senator Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) bill to ensure illegal immigrant...
CARMEL, Ind.- -Three people wanted for breaking into and stealing vehicles from a car dealership in Carmel have been arrested. An officer with the Carmel Police Department saw multiple vehicles leaving the Penske Chevy dealership near 96th Street and Keystone Avenue at about 2:...
INDIANAPOLIS --More than 1,000 dogs and cats from shelters and rescue centers across central Indiana will be available for adoption at the Indiana State Fairgrounds this weekend. The Indy Mega-Adoption Event takes place June 23-24 at the State Fairgrounds from noon-6 pm both...
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. -- Five people have filed two lawsuits in Hamilton County this week against Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana alleging the organization failed to protect its workers from a registered sex offender. The lawsuits stem from incidents involving Ritchie...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis police are taking a deeper dive into data as a crimefighting tool. IMPD has been analyzing crime statistics for some time to identify and target high-crime hotspots for extra officers. Now the department is using 24-hour data each day to try to spot...
PORTER COUNTY, Ind. -- A probationary deputy with the Porter County Sheriff's Department has been terminated for indecent exposure. John Morris, 24, was fired June 8 after he admitted to exposing himself to four different women between May 3 and June 7. The incidents happened at...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new law aimed at keeping athletes safe in hot weather is set to take effect July 1. The measure, authored by State Rep. Ron Bacon (R-Chandler), says all interscholastic and intramural coaches in Indiana must complete and pass a course on heat preparedness...