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Democrats are trying to end Republican Congressman Todd Young's Senate campaign before it begins. Senate candidates must gather 500 signatures in each of Indiana's nine congressional districts. Democrats contend Young miscounted signatures in the First District in northwest...
The city and Covanta reached an agreement to temporarily suspend a proposed Advance Recycling Center (ARC). The facility was to be located on Covanta’s Indianapolis campus. Mayor Joe Hogsett announced Wednesday that the city will gather information over the next 90 days to...
Swiping your credit card at the pump may cost you more than just the price of gasoline. Credit card skimmers were discovered in pumps at two gas stations in Bloomington and police think there may be more. An employee at a Circle K gas station called a service technician after...
(RTV6 photo) A 77-year-old man was stabbed inside his south side home Tuesday evening. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department say the stabbing happened around 5 p.m., in a house in the 1500 block of East Raymond Street, near the I-65/Raymond Street exit...
There will be a gradual shift of flurries/snow showers into Northeast Indiana over the next 24 hours. Snowfall accumulation should be an inch or less through late morning Wednesday. It’s cold! And that cold is causing some schools to delay classes this morning List of school...
Sen. Tim Lanane (D, Anderson) Who isn't happy that Eric Holcomb will be the next lieutenant governor? Democrats. Tim Lanane, Senate Democratic Leader, says he was taken aback by the sudden announcement that Sue Ellspermann is out and Holcomb will be in the number two slot...
Eric Holcomb (at podium) will be the next Lt. Governor. Sue Ellspermann (right) will resign (Twitter/Governor's office) Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann is resigning, with former Mitch Daniels chief of staff Eric Holcomb nominated to replace her. Ellspermann has been eying...
Dr. Jen Brown, State Department of Health (RTV6 photo) Yes the Zika Virus is in Indiana--no, you probably will not catch it. The official verbiage from the State Department of Health is that Indiana is at low risk--you would probably just say slim, at best. Dr. Jen Brown with...
Suicide-prevention activists want Indiana schools and colleges to make themselves the first line of defense. Eight states require schools to have suicide-prevention policies. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention wants Indiana to be the ninth. And Indiana-Ohio area...