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STATE HOUSE --A new law would stop Hoosiers from getting prescription opioids by asking different doctors for prescriptions. The new law requires doctors and pharmacists to check Indiana’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program database before prescribing or dispensing an opioid...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Better Business Bureau has a warning out for a scam that could soon be coming to your phone. The scammers want to get into your computer, and pose as tech support employees from well-known companies like Apple and Microsoft. The Better Business Bureau and the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana has a lot at stake in a trade war with China -- but even more in the renegotiation of NAFTA. China is Indiana's third-biggest trading partner. Canada and Mexico are first and second. IU Public Policy Institute director Tom Guevara told an Indy Chamber...
HILLSDALE, MI -- Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to speak at Hillsdale College’s graduation ceremony on May 12. The college posted the following Tweet with a statement from President Larry Arnn: Vice President Mike Pence will deliver the commencement address at the...
ZIONSVILLE, Ind. -- Zionsville is cracking down on vaping in public places. The Town Council on Monday night passed an amendment to the town's smoking ordinance that bans tobacco, e-cigarettes, and vaping in in parks, public spaces, and workplaces. The newly-amended ban extends...
FISHERS, Ind. -- The demolition of a former Marsh supermarket location was supposed to signal a new future for the intersection of Allisonville Road and 116th Street in Fishers. Instead, it has led to more questions about the options people have when grocery shopping. "That...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new non-emergency line is now available in Marion County for anyone using a cell phone who needs law enforcement assistance that isn't a "911" emergency. The "311" non-emergency line is now available to cell phone users. Marion County is the first county in the...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A new proposed ban on high-capacity magazines and the class of semi-automatic rifles commonly referred to as “assault rifles” by an Indianapolis City-County Councilor would likely have little impact on gun crime in the city, according to an analysis of IMPD gun...
MADISON COUNTY, Ind- -A fatal crash killed 1 man and backed up traffic for several hours on I-69 Monday afternoon. The crash happened around 2:30 pm at the 222 mile marker. The Indiana State Police say 49-year-old Roscoe Murray of Fishers was driving a Honda CRV and ran into the...