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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you love salad, you might want to check the label before digging in. Fresh Foods Manufacturing is recalling 8,757 pounds of salad because the romaine lettuce may be contaminated with E.coli. Some of the salads were shipped to Indiana and sold at Market...
PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. -- A report of two young kids playing in the street wearing only their diapers led to a startling discovery at a home near Cloverdale. A concerned citizen saw the two- and three-year-old boys playing in the street in only their diapers. Both children looked...
SEYMOUR, Ind. -- -Recalling more than 200 million eggs sold in 9 states is what one farm in Seymour had to do over fears salmonella spreading from those eggs. Rose Acres Farms issued the voluntary recall for 206,749,248 eggs because they could potentially be contaminated with...
GREENWOOD, Ind.-- A fight at a Sikh temple in Greenwood involved a dagger, sharp objects and pepper spray. Police said several people were hurt, but did not specify how many. The fight was Sunday afternoon at the temple on Graham Rd., and apparently took place during elections...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two people were injured in head-on collision that shutdown parts of I-70 westbound for hours early Sunday morning. Around 3:45 a.m. state police say a Hummer was traveling the wrong direction along I-70 westbound and crashed head on into a Fed-Ex semi-truck...
STATE WIDE -- If you had a fishing license last year, it expired in March. And, you're being encouraged to buy another to make you legal through this year. But, it doesn't just mean you've paid for the privilege of fishing in Indiana. Every time someone buys a license, part of...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Thousands gathered outside the State Capitol building Saturday to voice their support for the 2nd amendment. With 2A coming under fire recently in the wake of mass shootings and rising murder rates in certain cities across the United States, the peaceful rally...
WASHINGTON, D.C. --Pres. Donald Trump ordered air strikes against military targets in Syria to stop the use of chemical weapons. That order is supported by British Prime Minister Theresa May, other allies in Europe, and some Indiana lawmakers. “The recent chemical weapons attack...
(COLUMBUS, Ind.) - The orange cones are in bloom. INDOT plans 900 highway and bridge projects across Indiana this summer. The agency boasts it'll add 47 miles of new travel lanes. About half of that will be on I-65, with extra lanes on a 13-mile stretch from Lowell to Chicago...