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House and Senate Republicans are finding plenty of common ground in their versions of a road funding plan. The Senate plan unveiled Tuesday in the Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee mirrors the House formula of gas taxes, new BMV fees, and first steps toward possible tolls. Both...
ELKHART, Ind. -- Police in Elkhart say they now know what caused the deaths of a local couple whose bodies were discovered in a minivan Saturday afternoon. Elkhart County coroners have ruled the deaths of Susana Alvarez, 31, and Alberto Avelino, 38, a murder-suicide. Alvarez was...
FRANKLIN, Ind. -- A Johnson County Deputy Prosecutor has stepped down following a drunk driving arrest. The Daily Journal newspaper reports that Andrew 'Drew' Eggers, 32, was pulled over by police in a neighborhood near Jefferson Street around 2 a.m. and issued a field sobriety...
ANDERSON, Ind. -- Two police officers in Anderson are okay after they were doused in bleach over the weekend, all while trying to help out a woman who was in danger. It's something that police said they've never seen be used as a weapon before. The incident happened Sunday as...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The number of Coyotes spotted in Central Indiana have risen over the past few years, but those at Butler University were still surprised when they saw one at the back steps of their science building Monday morning. Gallahus Hall, at 751 W. 46th Street, was where...
FISHERS, Ind. -- Amid celebrating the opening of their outdoor activities, those at Conner Prairie got a pleasant surprise – the birth of a rare English Longhorn calf. The delivery brings Conner Prairie’s herd to a total of 11. There are only 40 of the breed in the U.S. The new...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Making life better in all communities across the state, making sure Indiana's people are healthy and making sure the USDA keeps helping to fight opioid abuse are reasons Sen. Joe Donnelly says he will support Sonny Perdue for Sec. of Agriculture.   Perdue is...
WASHINGTON, D.C.--Tax reform may be the next item on Pres. Trump's agenda for Congress and it could mean a lot for Indiana's growth. If one of Indiana's leading businesses is any indicator, companies based here may be willing to invest more in this state. You may have read last...
A promised legislative push to plug a loophole in Indiana alcohol laws will begin Wednesday. Committee votes in the House and Senate will seek to make explicit what legislative leaders argue everyone believed the law already said: convenience stores can't sell cold beer. House...