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INDIANAPOLIS -- We may be enjoying a "heat wave" in central Indiana right now, but it'll be short-lived as the next winter system makes its way into the area with the potential to drop several inches of snow along its path. Temperatures will surge the next couple days to an...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Democrats say Governor Holcomb's State of the State address shortchanged some issues and was too timid on others. House Minority Leader Terry Goodin (D-Austin) says he wanted to hear "leadership and boldness" and didn't get either. He's particularly critical of...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Governor Holcomb has spelled out his goals for expanding Hoosiers' job skills and turning back the opioid epidemic, in his State of the State address. Holcomb boasts Indiana is "on a roll," but says increasing the number of skilled workers will be "the defining...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis City-County Councilman Jeff Miller has won his fight to get a special prosecutor assigned to his child molestation case. Miller's attorneys, Jennifer Lukemeyer and James Bell, filed a motion in November to appoint a special prosecutor on Miller's...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - An anti-outsourcing bill at the statehouse could cost some companies economic incentives. Senator David Niezgodski (D-South Bend) wants to make companies ineligible for state grants, loans and tax breaks if they move call centers out of the country. He argues...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A bill that would mandate when Indiana schools start their sessions will not be heard this session. Indiana State Senator Randy Head (R) said Thursday he found out that Senate Bill 7 would not be heard. SB 7, authored by Sens. Jean Leising, Dennis Kruse, and Jack...
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Some of the meals served up last month at a West Lafayette restaurant came with an unwanted secret ingredient: norovirus. The Tippecanoe County Health Department says at least 31 people got sick after eating at Walt's Pub and Grill in mid-December. The...
ANDERSON, Ind. --Former CIA director John Brennan will speak at Anderson University later this month. The speech is free and open to the public. He'll also meet with students who are majoring in national security studies. “We are looking forward to hearing about Brennan’s...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis has made another top 15 list...for needing bed bug treatments. The pest control company, Orkin, recently released its annual top 50 cities with the most bed bug treatments. In 2017, Indianapolis had the 11th-most bed bug treatments, but at least Indy...