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STATEWIDE -- If you think gas is expensive throughout Indiana right now, you'd be right, but it could be a lot worse. The national average price for unleaded gas rose to 6-cents in the last week to $2.55 a gallon, which is the highest the average has been since the start of the...
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Two crashes on I-70 near Terre Haute have claimed two lives. Westbound lanes of the interstate are closed until 5 p.m. or later, say Indiana State Police. This morning around 9:40 a.m. a crash happened near the Illinois/Indiana state line involving two semi...
CARMEL, Ind. -- As the Food and Drug Administration cracks down on sales of e-cigarettes to minors, Carmel Clay Schools is taking matters into their owns hands to help students and warn parents. It's commonly referred to as "Juuling." That is also a brand of a tobacco device,...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Fire crews responded to an overnight fire on the city's west side. According to the Wayne Township Fire Department, they assisted the Speedway Fire Department with a hazardous spill and a fire at Heritage Crystal Clean. The business, which offers environmental...
LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ind. -- Five drug arrests were made in Lawrence County on Wednesday following an investigation into drug-related activity, according to the Indiana State Police. ISP says the investigation involved the Mitchell Police Department, the Lawrence County Sheriff's...
STATE HOUSE --Your right to free speech could be at risk if the legislature passes a bill that fines protesters. Fines as high as $100,000 could go to groups that protest in Indiana if just one person causes damage or trespasses, said Katie Blair, ACLU of Indiana Director of...
SAN FRANCISCO -A case where a couple in California is suing the Monsanto Company over claims that the weed killer Roundup caused both of them to develop the same type of cancer could have ramifications in Indiana. Monsanto was acquired by Bayer in 2018 for $66 billion. In an...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Got old tech you need to get rid of? Well, the Indianapolis Zoo has you covered. Almost anything with a cord can be dropped off at the zoo this Saturday for Power Recycling Day. Why the zoo, you ask? That's because electronic waste makes up 70 percent of...
INDIANAPOLIS- -One person was killed in a crash on northbound I-465 Friday morning. Police say it happened just before 6 on I-465 before mile marker 42 between I-70 and Pendleton Pike on the northeast side. #TrafficAlert Emergency crews are on scene of a fatal crash on I-465...