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(INDIANAPOLIS) - The last obstacle to legalizing cannabis oil is whether it should carry a label. The House and most senators say CBD oil doesn't get you high and doesn't hurt you, while a parade of constituents have told them the oil has helped with seizures or pain. But Senate...
INDIANAPOLIS – Fire officials say the weekend of Daylight Saving Time is when you should replace the batteries in the smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors in your home and test them to make sure they are all working properly. "Take that time, go to the store, get some...
WASHINGTON, D.C.- -What you pay for products that contain or use aluminum and steel could go up if Pres. Trump puts tariffs in place on imported metals and products. Sen. Todd Young said Thursday he supports protecting American jobs, but also doesn't want to see Hoosiers have to...
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- A breakup may have been the reason behind a 20-hour police stand-off in Terre Haute this week. According to WTHI, Mikey Reynolds shot and killed himself Tuesday afternoon, 20 hours after he fatally shot 40-year-old Amanda Kerns and wounded another man...
MUNCIE, Ind. -- A father and a son from Muncie have both been charged with sexually abusing the same young girl. Charles A. Wallace, 53, and Charles R. Wallace, 29, are both charged with sexual misconduct with a minor, child molestation and sexual battery. Yorktown police say...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An intense band of snow that mixed with falling freezing temperatures has created slick road conditions across central Indiana Thursday morning. Multiple crashes have been reported through the overnight hours. This story will do its best to keep up with the...
LAWRENCE, Ind- -A dispute over a tax return is likely what led to a fatal shooting at a tax prep business Tuesday, according to police. Police say Antonio Bertram, 25, walked into the business near 42nd Street and Franklin Road with two firearms and shouted "What's up?" to the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A bill headed for Governor Holcomb would distinguish between people who genuinely need emotional support animals and fakers who just want to get around no-pets rules. The Senate has given final approval to a bill requiring apartments to let you bring your pet if...
COLUMBUS, Ind. -- Police in Columbus say an inmate was tased while trying to flee the Bartholomew County Courthouse. WCSI-AM in Columbus reports that Fredrick Dabner, 32, of Seymour had been in jail on a court order for not paying child support. While in the courtroom Monday...