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(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - A second round of U-S tariffs against China take effect at midnight, and Hoosier soybean farmers are already feeling the blowback. China is expected to cancel pending soybean contracts and respond with tariffs of its own. The market is already reflecting...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Two suspects broke into a Columbus gun store and stole multiple guns early Thursday morning, police say. The theft happened just after 4:30 a.m., at the Watson Chambers Defense Institute, located at 1710 17th Street. Police believe the two suspects broke the...
INDIANAPOLIS --A 2-year-old boy died after falling into a pool Wednesday afternoon at a home on the southeast side of Indianapolis. Metro police were called to that home on Maze Drive near Acton Road. They say that boy was found at the bottom of the pool. When they got there,...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Ella Whistler and Jason Seaman made their first public appearance together as grand marshals of the Noblesville Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday. Whistler rode in the back of an orange Jeep and waved to the crowds along the parade route. Many were holding...
INDIANAPOLIS --A teenage boy is in critical condition because he was shot on the east side of Indianapolis Thursday morning. IMPD says it happened around 12:30 am. The teenager called for his friends to pick him up where he had been shot. 2 of his friends picked him up and drove...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A large sinkhole opened up on a busy downtown Indianapolis road on the Fourth of July. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department has closed part of Pennsylvania Street after a large sinkhole opened up in the intersection of Ohio and Pennsylvania streets...
STATE WIDE --The heat index for Independence Day and Thursday could reach 105. That's enough to dehydrate you, perhaps without you even realizing it, said Dr. Tyler Stepsis, head of the Michael and Susan Smith Emergency Dept. at Enskenazi Health in Indianapolis. "It's easy for...
INDIANAPOLIS --The IPL Downtown Freedom Blast will bring thousands of people to the grounds of the Indiana War Memorial this evening for fireworks and fun. Indianapolis Metro Police want to make sure you have a good time in a safe environment. "Hundreds of Indianapolis...
INDIANAPOLIS --The risks of handling fireworks are underestimated by people, said an Indianapolis doctor. Dr. Tyler Stepsis is director of the Michael and Susan Smith Emergency Dept. at Eskenazi Health, and has seen his share of burns and other injuries caused by mishandling...