Advertisement

Local News

DELPHI, Ind. --One year after Abby Williams and Libby German were murdered near the Monon Trail, near Delphi, State Police Superintendent Doug Carter says they are not giving up and that the case goes with police agencies around the state every day. "There's this notion that...
INDIANAPOLIS - Senate President Pro Tem David Long will retire from the Senate in November after 22 years. Long (R-Fort Wayne) has led the Senate for the last 12 years. He says he almost didn't run again two years ago -- his wife Melissa had just retired after 31 years as a TV...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla . -- Peyton Manning, start...your...engine! Manning will be the Honorary Pace Car Driver for Sunday's Daytona 500. JUST ANNOUNCED! Peyton Manning will be the Honorary Pace Car driver for the 2018 #DAYTONA500 !  📰 https://t.co/5Q4LRC9XKj pic.twitter.com/...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. --Even if you get a restraining order against someone, it doesn't automatically mean they have to stop carrying a gun. After a double murder-suicide in Evansville this week, police are saying if you are having a problem with your significant other, and you think...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A legal roadblock to carrying out the death penalty in Indiana has been removed. But it's still not clear when any executions will take place. The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in June that Indiana can't execute anyone by lethal injection, because a change in...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Fort Wayne City Clerk Lana Keesling says Mayor Tom Henry has bullied and harassed over a $100 parking ticket he received for driving a city-owned vehicle with expired tags. Henry's car was ticketed last Tuesday for having a temporary license plate that...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Automakers are trying to pump the brakes on a proposal to license self-driving cars in Indiana. The House unanimously approved a bill setting up an approval process for self-driving cars. Valparaiso Republican Ed Soliday says it's no different from what you do...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis woman is accused of giving hydrochloric acid to her daughter to "help" cure her autism. IMPD says the 28-year-old woman admitted to the child’s father that she put a few drops of hydrochloric acid and water purifying solution in her daughter's...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- A former drug addict is using “say no” signs to raise awareness and help tackle the opioid problem in Bartholomew County. Drug overdose deaths in Bartholomew County have tripled in the last three years, according to the sheriff’s department and it’s an issue...