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(INDIANAPOLIS) - One of the toughest battles in the upcoming legislative session could be over an issue where leaders in both parties appear to agree. A hate-crimes law will be one of Governor Holcomb's legislative priorities, and Senate Majority Leader Mark Messmer (R-Jasper)...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis City-County Councilor Christine Scales said Monday that she will not seek re-election. Scales, who is in her third term as 3rd District Representative, did not give a specific reason as to why she will not seek a fourth term on the council. In a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- College football fans in town for the 2018 Big Ten Football Championship can begin their weekend with a free concert. OneRepublic will headline the inaugural T-Mobile BTN Kickoff Concert at The Pavilion at Pan Am on Friday, Nov. 30. Doors will open at 8 p.m. and...
NEW ALBANY, Ind. -- The driver who told police he hit a black bear on I-64 near New Albany last night was right. A black bear was hit by a vehicle near mile marker 121 at around 8 p.m. Sunday, the Indiana Dept. Natural Resources said Monday. The bear was injured and wandered...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's poultry farmers are putting turkey on food banks' Thanksgiving table. Every year since 1948, the Indiana State Poultry Association has used Thanksgiving week to highlight its food donations to the hungry. The 75 tons of turkey, duck, chicken and eggs...
CLARKSVILLE, Ind. -- $3 million in cash and around 150 pounds of marijuana seized in on of Indiana's biggest drug busts ever. It's the culmination of a nearly six month long investigation by Clarksville police, Louisville Metro Police and federal drug investigators. 27-year-old...
FLOYD COUNTY, Ind. -- State conservation officers are looking into a possible black bear sighting in southern Indiana after a car crash involving a "large animal" in southern Indiana. The driver of the car called New Albany police around 8 p.m. Sunday and reported hitting a "...
INDIANAPOLIS -- You may not know that across Indiana, one in six Hoosiers go hungry. It's often because low-income families have to decide to go without food in order to pay for housing or medical care. That’s why Kroger® has teamed up once again with 93 WIBC's sister station...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A World War II-era scrapbook recounting the wartime experiences of Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. is going up for auction. The 84-page scrapbook, compiled by Vonnegut's family between 1944 and 1945, chronicles his military service in Germany and his time...