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U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says he wants to make sure farmers don't become pawns in trade negotiations. Perdue toured the Indiana State Fair on Tuesday to close out a five-state agriculture tour. He held a private roundtable with Governor Holcomb, farmers and FFA...
Jasper State Representative Mike Braun has officially joined the Republican scramble for the nomination to run against U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly. Braun acknowledges he starts out with a big name recognition disadvantage against Congressmen Luke Messer and Todd Rokita, but he...
STATEWIDE -- If you filled up your gas tank earlier in the week it might have been in your favor. Gas is on the rise. GasBuddy analyst Patrick DeHaan tweeted earlier that thanks to a widespread gas spike in Indiana, and surrounding states, gas has surged to $2.37 overnight. He...
KOKOMO, Ind. -- An inmate has died at the Howard County Jail and the Indiana State Police are being asked to investigate. 37-year-old James Patterson was found unresponsive in a holding area early Tuesday morning. Jail staff and medics tried to revive him, but were unsuccessful...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Anthem announced Monday it is leaving the Obamacare exchange in Nevada next year. The Indianapolis-based insurance company said in a statement it's getting out of the Affordable Care Act exchanges in those two states because of "continual changes and...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- The accused killer of Southport Police Lt. Aaron Allan is out of the hospital. Prosecutors say Jason Brown flipped over his car and then shot and killed Lt. Allan after the officer arrived to offer help on July 27. Brown was shot by two other officers on...
INDIANAPOLIS --Breaking off heroin or other opioids may be the most difficult part of your life, if you're addicted. This week Bill, of Indianapolis, is trying again, after starting, and failing several times before. He sat down with 93 WIBC at a restaurant last week to talk...
SEYMOUR, Ind. --Could medical marijuana help with the state's opioid epidemic? One Republican state lawmaker is willing to consider the possibility, and is researching the topic. Rep. Jim Lucas, of Seymour, said he's heard from people in his district who say they have been...
EAST CHICAGO, Ind. --The story of the people who lived in East Chicago and who are now hoping to move back, is unique. They were forced out because of lead and arsenic in the ground, left over from the USS Lead plant. Now many of them want to come home, and Indiana and the...