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INDIANAPOLIS -- If you pick up the phone to call police on New Year's Eve, make sure what you're calling about is an emergency. The Marion County Sheriff's Department asks you not to call 911 on Sunday to report fireworks or loud New Year's Eve parties. But, they do want you to...
STATEWIDE -- Extreme cold temperatures are in the forecast through New Year's Day, but that's not stopping your state parks from continuing a New Year's tradition. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says it's "game on" for "First Day" events at various state parks, some...
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you need beer, wine or liquor for your New Year's Eve party in Indiana, you should plan ahead and buy what you need before Dec. 31. If you live in the Hoosier State, you won't be able to buy alcohol for carryout on Dec. 31st because it falls on a Sunday this...
STATE WIDE -- More snow is coming to Indiana and it could arrive just in time for your drive home from work. If you live in central Indiana, you could see one to two inches of snow. South of I-70 it could be one inch or less. If you live in southern Indiana, snow chances are...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Vice President Mike Pence is the 10th most admired man in the United States , according to Gallup's 2017 Most Admired Man and Woman poll. This is Pence's second year in the annual poll's No. 10 spot. This year, Pence shares that spot with the Dalai Lama and Jeff...
OWENSBOROUGH, Ky. --CBD oil can be legally sold in Kentucky, but not in Indiana. This is leading some Hoosiers to hit the road and head south. TV station WFIE in Evansville, reports stores that sell it in Kentucky have had more Hoosiers coming across the Ohio River to buy CBD...
INDIANAPOLIS --A film about Holocaust survivor Eva Kor will premiere in Indianapolis and Terre Haute in April. The movie, titled "Eva", will premiere at Butler's Clowes Hall on April 5 and at Indiana State's Tilson Auditorium on April 14. The film, produced by WFYI Public Media...
STATEHOUSE -- Starting January 1, police in Indiana will be required to collect DNA samples from people arrested for felonies, even if they have not been formally charged or convicted. Senate Enrolled Act 322, authored by State Senators Erin Houchin (R-Salem) and Joe Zakas (R-...
EVA, Ala. -- Child molestation is why Aaron Jenkins was wanted in Indiana, but pot possession is why police in Alabama picked him up. Tippecanoe Co. prosecutors say Jenkins, 34, tried to have sex with -- and take nude photos of -- a girl under the age of 14 in July 2016. Since...