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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Most of Governor Holcomb's agenda has already passed the legislature or is about to. But legislators are still at loggerheads over one of his priorities: a law to open the door to self-driving cars on Indiana roads. Holcomb has said the state needs to get out in...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Two Indiana legislature bills related to guns that were previously thought dead could be brought back if some state lawmakers get their way. In a conference committee meeting Monday morning, Republican lawmakers used a procedure known as "strip and replace" to...
STATE WIDE- -We grow basketball in Indiana. But, in March when the tournament is happening, people tend to lose focus on work. Challenge, Gray and Christmas, a research firm, calculated that last year's loss was about $2.1 billion on wages and productivity. "They spend a lot of...
GREENCASTLE, Ind. --You'll be able to get educated on what the Indiana State Police say you should do in an active shooter situation. The free program is being presented at Greencastle High School, March 21, at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Rich Hogue, a long-time Indiana educator, has been...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's only living recipient of the nation's highest honor is now the 13th person to receive the state's highest honor: Sammy Lee Davis earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for staving off a Vietcong assault with a howitzer and making two trips across a...
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. -- A couple from Crawfordsville faces a combined 35 criminal charges for allegedly having sex with their three children. Police in Montgomery County say 52-year-old Keylin Johnson and his wife, 44-year-old Sheila Johnson, have had sex with their children...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- A Fort Wayne woman has admitted to trying to kill her 11-week-old niece with poisoned milk. Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda pleaded guilty Monday to one count of attempted murder. She told an Allen County judge that she tried to kill her niece in January by putting...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The City-County Council will vote Monday night whether to approve a $14 million plan to address Indy's pothole problem. A proposal from Mayor Joe Hogsett requests nearly $14 million to pay for emergency road repairs. That includes $13 million from the city's...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The U.S. Attorney’s Office filed federal firearms charges Wednesday against a Saudi national already facing state charges for a January incident in Indianapolis. Achmed Alaklouk was charged Jan. 31 in Marion County with charges of criminal confinement,...