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Legislators have voted to freeze carryout cold beer permits until next April, to buy time for an in-depth study of Indiana's alcohol laws. Both the House and Senate gave overwhelming approval to what one legislator calls a "time out," sparked by the granting of alcohol permits...
Indiana's super-strict regulations for the liquids used in vaping are getting an overhaul. A 2015 law requires e-liquid makers to have a sterile manufacturing room with 24/7 video monitoring. Not only was it expensive to comply, it funneled all applications through a single...
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. -- Investigators are trying to find where a found World War II veteran's gravesite marker belongs. The bronze gravesite marker, belonging to David D. Gray, was found in northeastern Delaware County on Monday, according to a Facebook post from the Delaware...
INDIANAPOLIS -- What is the greatest sports movie ever? If you ask Vice President Mike Pence, it's not even close. It's "Hoosiers." He apparently believes so strongly about the movie, that he had the reporters covering his travels on Air Force Two watch it on the way to...
INDIANAPOLIS -- There are thousands of untested sexual assault kits sitting in evidence rooms across the state, and the Indiana State Police has been tasked with finding out how that happened. On Wednesday, the state Senate passed Senate Resolution 55, which urged the State...
Patients with certain kinds of epilepsy will have legal access to a cannabis derivative to control their seizures. Cannabidiol, or CBD oil, has helped relieve the seizures of some patients who didn't respond to other treatments. Macy Representative Bill Friend says he's taken to...
INDIANAPOLIS--There have been six arson arrests in Indianapolis this year. The latest happened this week, said Rita Reith, spokesperson with the Indianapolis Fire Dept. The way arsonists are caught in Indy is a in a joint effort between the police and fire investigators. A fire...
EAST CHICAGO, Ind. -- Back in February, Governor Holcomb issued an executive order declaring a 30-day state of disaster emergency for the 322-acre Calumet neighborhood in East Chicago. The neighborhood was built on the site of a U.S.S. Lead smelting plant, and after decades of...
Legislators have given final approval to an expansion of Indiana's state-funded preschool program. The bill doubles the number of students covered, as Governor Holcomb requested, and quadruples the number of counties in the program, from five to 20. The Family and Social...