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(photo: National Weather Service Indianapolis) INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- You'll want to watch for strong thunderstorms during your trip home from work tonight. The biggest threat for severe weather will be from 3:00 to 9:00 pm today according to the National Weather Service in...
(photo: WIBC file) JOHNSON CO, Ind. -- A young girl died from her injuries after being hit by an SUV Thursday night in Johnson County. Johnson County Sheriff's deputies say it happened around 5:25 pm Thursday at a home in the 4700 block of Walker Street in Greenwood. Deputies...
The latest proposal at the statehouse for expanding pre-K would let your kids go to preschool on their computer. A Senate Committee slashed $12 million from Governor Holcomb's request to expand preschool, but $1 million of what remains would go toward online preschool. Markle...
INDIANAPOLIS --Plans to make Indiana's state school superintendent appointed instead of elected aren't dead yet, despite the bill's defeat in the Senate. The House passed an identical bill on the same day the Senate rejected it. President Pro Tem David Long says Senate rules...
KOKOMO, Ind. – T here's a big reward for whoever leads the Kokomo Police Department and the ATF to the person who made off with explosives from a mining facility. Someone burglarized the underground explosives magazine at Kokomo's Martin Marietta mining facility between Feb. 7,...
(PHOTO: Courtesy of RTV6) INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- More than 770,000 Hoosiers fell victim to the Yahoo data breach that happened in 2015. The breach as a whole affected more than a billion Yahoo users around the world. Attorneys from 33 law firms across the country have filed the...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Someone in the state of Indiana will wake up a multi-millionaire Thursday morning. One winning ticket was sold for Wednesday's $435 million Powerball jackpot - and it was sold right here in Indiana! Wednesday's jackpot climbed above $400 million for the...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – As thousands of people across Indianapolis and central Indiana struggle with hunger and try to make a better life for themselves, one non-profit organization is working to not only feed those in need, but provide career skills in the food industry to help...
Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly is reserving judgment on the Trump administration's second try at cracking down on illegal immigration. Donnelly says he doesn't want to draw conclusions until he can read the final order. He does say it's misleading for the White House to suggest...