Local News

Categories:
After weeks long concern that the Hoosier State Amtrak service would be shutting down for good, INDOT says that they are in talks with federal officials and the line will stay open. The trouble started with a federal ruling that came in the middle of contract talks between INDOT...
29% of Hoosiers live in places with local ordinances protecting gays and lesbians from discrimination. And that proportion could grow in the wake of last week's religious freedom controversy. Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard blasted the now-revised religious freedom law as "ridiculous...
Micah Clark, Eric Miller and Curt Smith stand behind Governor Pence during the signing of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (image courtesy of Twitter) The religious conservative wing of the Republican party seems to have lost the debate over Indiana's religious freedom law...
(image courtesy of IndyWX.com ) The temperature will be warmer this week, but the milder weather brings with it a chance for severe storms. As high temperatures finally reach the comfortable 70's this week, moisture in the air will likely bring rain each day Tuesday through...
Indy Metro Police have released a picture of a person of interest in the shooting of an eight-year-old boy last week. They say the black male was seen fleeing the scene on the city's westside. The boy was shot in the arm and is now paralyzed. The shooting happened Tuesday...
Legislators are crafting a grant program aimed at improving Indiana's sixth-worst in the nation infant mortality rate. Instead of state initiatives to address infant mortality, legislators are hoping local hospitals and doctors have better ideas. The proposed "Safety PIN" (for...
This Wednesday marks the 25th anniversary of the passing of Indiana teenager Ryan White. White died from complications of HIV/AIDS April 8, 1990. Officials at the Indy-based Damien Center say since the former Kokomo student's passing, the nation has made great strides on the...
An Indiana podiatrist is sending out a warning to Hoosiers. Watch your feet. The American Podiatric Medical Association says more than 38 million young students take part in sports activities each year across the United States. One in three who participate in team sports will...
Indiana's Congressional legislators are speaking out on the pending Iran nuclear deal. Republican Congresswoman Susan Brooks says many questions about the deal remain unanswered. Brooks says she questions whether the deal will lead to the actual dismantling of Iran's nuclear...