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INDIANAPOLIS --The electric scooters are not supposed to be operating in Indianapolis right now, though one company still has scooters on the street. The City-County Council is trying to figure out how the scooters should operate in Indy, and if they're safe. You might've seen...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- One of the biggest names in country music will headline the first-ever concert at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend. Garth Brooks says he looks forward to "bringing a new kind of crazy to the party" at the 88-year-old venue at a date that hasn't yet been...
STATEWIDE -- You may not immediately think of the Indiana National Guard as a source of economic growth for the state, but once you crunch the numbers, turns out the National Guard has a pretty big impact on the state's economy. "It works out to be about an excess of $500...
FT. WAYNE, Ind. --The Ft. Wayne Health Center has closed, and a sign posted outside the clinic says it has closed permanently. The clinic provides abortions, and other services in northeast Indiana. Planned Parenthood blamed Allen County Right to Life. A news release from...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As President Trump announces his nominee to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court, one of the top candidates is a former Notre Dame law professor. Amy Coney Barrett, 46, whom the Wall Street Journal has called one of the three "front...
INDIANAPOLIS --Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill will not resign. He is accused of inappropriate sexual behavior toward at least four women on the night on March 15, at an after party following the end of the legislative session. "A week ago today, I had a name. And, I want...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. --Medical marijuana isn't legal in Indiana. But, a Hoosier who has a chronic and painful disease found a simple way around that law to treat both his Crohn's disease, and his addiction to the opioids used to treat his pain: he moved to Michigan. The day had to...
CICERO, Ind. -- Ella Whistler, the student seriously injured in the Noblesville West Middle School shooting in May, got a financial boost on Sunday from motorcycle riders. Riders from the American Legion, the Christian Motorcycle Association, and elsewhere turned out to help...
INDIANAPOLIS - - When companies like Bird and Lime brought electric scooters to Indianapolis, Kathryn Kutan says she thought it was an interesting idea – until her 21-year-old son seriously injured himself riding one. Ty Kutan planned to find a Bird scooter in Broad Ripple and...