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by Darrin Wright, WOWO Ft. Wayne FT. WAYNE, Ind.- -Drilling started Tuesday on a massive storm water project in Fort Wayne. The city started drilling for its Deep Rock Tunnel project near the intersection of Glasgow and Dwenger yesterday, but supervisor T.J. Short said work on...
INDIANAPOLIS- -Pres. Trump is expected to arrive in Indiana about 2:30 today. His speech was moved from 5 p.m. to 3 p.m. by the White House yesterday. He's expected to give a 15-minute speech on tax reform at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Not attending Gov. Eric Holcomb will...
FREETOWN, Ind.- -A man who State Police believe had a relationship with a child under 14 in 2011, tried to fool them into thinking he was in Texas, helping to clean up after Hurricane Harvey, said troopers. He was arrested at his mother's house in Lawrence County, just minutes...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- Kokomo police are investigating a hazmat situation on the north side of the city that may have resulted in multiple injuries. According to witnesses at the scene, the incident began around 8:30 p.m. in the 1800 block of North Webster Street. Reilley Cessna, who...
INDIANAPOLIS - It's been six years since Indianapolis replaced its old coin-operated parking meters with new electronic ones. Now 20 of the old meters are back on the street downtown -- this time, to help the homeless. The meters have been painted blue, and retrofitted to accept...
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - President Trump plans to take a step toward fleshing out his tax reform proposal at his Indianapolis speech Wednesday. A senior White House official says Trump will spell out his proposed lower tax brackets before an invited audience at the state fairgrounds...
NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- Fifteen people convicted in a years long fraud scheme got there sentences this morning in New Albany. All were found guilty of multiple charges ranging from fraud to money laundering. It all started in 2007 when David Rose founded Earth Energy Exploration,...
HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. -- A handful of Hoosier hunters paid a Brownsburg man to do their taxidermy work, but the only things getting stuffed were the man's pockets. Indiana Conservation Officers say Kevin McGrotty, owner of Brownsburg Taxidermy, fleeced 16 clients out of more...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - All court filings in Indiana may be done electronically by the end of next year. The Indiana Supreme Court says it expects to complete the long transition to e-filing no later than 2019. Justice Steve David says eliminating hundreds of millions of paper copies...