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INDIANAPOLIS--The law that requires a woman to have an ultrasound at least 18 hours before having an abortion has been blocked by a federal judge. The judge ruled that the law is likely unconstitutional and puts an undue burden on women who wish to have an abortion, especially...
STATE WIDE--Addiction to opioids and heroin is not only a big problem across the country, but thousands of families in Indiana have been affected. There are some new facts about addiction in this state and some new concerns in the discussion about getting people treated for...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- The saga continues as state lawmakers and Ricker's try to hash out what can be described as a sticky situation. Bringing you up to speed where things stand right now, Ricker's has begun selling cold beer to patrons at two Indiana locations: Columbus and...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Several vehicles were found in flames at a junkyard on Indy’s southeast side Sunday morning. Indianapolis firefighters found 15 vehicles engulfed in flames in the 1000 block of Earhart Street around 1:30 a.m. The fire was extinguished in about 30 minutes...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Twin Aire, an Indianapolis southeast side neighborhood, has seen major development over the past year, but neighbors in the area hope the latest affordable housing project attracts even more growth. The School 21 project will transform a vacant former IPS school...
ABOVE: David Finkel, Executive Director of the Strand Theatre in downtown Shelbyville, stands in front of the restored marquee along Harrison Street. SHELBYVILLE, Ind. – An effort to restore an historic theatre in downtown Shelbyville is facing scrutiny by inspectors with the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Several times a year, Jeanne White Ginder returns to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. There, they have created a special exhibit that has permanently preserved the bedroom of her son, Ryan White, to be exactly as it was nearly 27 years ago, when Ryan passed...
GRANGER, IN -- Senator Joe Donnelly announced Sunday afternoon that he will vote to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. Donnelly is the third Democrat in the U.S. Senate to support Gorsuch, along with Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Joe Manchin of West...
JENNINGS COUNTY, Ind. – A Butlerville man is in custody after a shootout and standoff with officers early Saturday morning. Police say they were called to the 5700 block of N. County Road 750 East near Butlerville, not far from the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center and the Big...