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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Indiana Democrat Senator Joe Donnelly says he "had a wide-ranging conversation and productive meeting" with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. "This was an important opportunity to sit down and talk in-depth with Judge Kavanaugh," Donnely said in a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A state lawmaker wants to try and block public funds for Roncalli High School in Indianapolis. Under state law, private and religious educational institutions receive public money through the state's school funding formula. Indianapolis Democrat Dan Forestal, who...
INDIANAPOLIS -- NASCAR icon Dale Earnhardt, Jr. will lead the field to the start of the Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard on Sunday, September 9. The Brickyard will be Dale Jr.'s first time at Indianapolis Motor Speedway since hanging up his helmet and gloves at the end of...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A new 3-D baggage scanner at Indianapolis International Airport is one of the first of its kind, and could get you through the security line faster. Indy is one of the first 15 airports in the country to CT scan your bags. The 3-D imagery allows TSA officers to...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indianapolis International Airport is on pace to break last year’s record number of passengers. 4.6 million passengers flew in and out of Indy in the first half of the year. That's a 7% increase over 2017, when the airport set a record with nearly nine-million...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Jeff Miller has resigned from the Indianapolis City-County Council after he pleaded guilty in connection with allegations that he inappropriately touched children. Miller had been charged with three counts of child molesting. Those counts were dropped, and he...
INDIANAPOLIS -- After the Supreme Court struck down a 1992 federal law in May that banned sports betting in all but four states , a state representative wants Indiana to legalize it in 2019. Rep. Alan Morrison (R-Brazil), as a guest on 93 WIBC's "Hammer and Nigel Show" , says he...
GARY, Ind. --In the shadow of the U.S. Steel plant that once employed 25,000 people, and fueled a thriving community, is Gary. With a population that was once near 200,000, the city is home to less than half of that now. That means a great number of the homes there have been...
FLOYD COUNTY, Ind. – Investigators are looking for the ones responsible for spray painting graffiti of a Nazi symbol and genitalia in southern Indiana. The Seymour Tribune says vandals painted a swastika and an upside down cross on a sign outside the Azalea Hills retirement...