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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Stopping the war in Yemen and ending the humanitarian crisis there is a goal of Indiana's Sen. Todd Young (R), and also of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, an advocacy group from the Quaker church. "We've been very grateful to work with Sen...
LAWRENCE, Ind. -- Two people have been taken into custody following a Tuesday morning bank robbery in Lawrence. According to the Lawrence Police Department, the two suspects entered the Hunting Bank in the 11800 block of Pendleton Pike just after 9:30 a.m. After threatening to...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Archdiocese of Indianapolis said Tuesday it has suspended one of its priests from the ministry after a report of sexual abuse involving a minor in 2016. The Rev. David J. Marcotte is prohibited from all public ministry. The abuse report about the 32-year-old...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A bill aimed at enhancing tourism in the state passed the Indiana House Tuesday. The bill written by State Rep. Mike Karickhoff, a Republican from Kokomo, would create a joint public-private partnership agency to replace the existing Office of Tourism Development...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The House has voted to tax vaping. Legislators voted 53-40 for a measure adding a 20-cent tax on a five-milliliter bottle of e-liquid. That's half what House Ways and Means Chairman Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) originally proposed, and amounts to a tax of four-...
RICHMOND, Ind. -- A 43-year-old Richmond man is facing multiple child pornography charges after Indiana State Police said it received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Jeremy C. Shain was arrested after a search warrant was served Tuesday morning...
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Department of Transportation is getting ready to fill potholes on the interstates around the Indy metro. INDOT is adding additional crews and contractors. They've more than doubled the number of maintenance crews focused on patching potholes in the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - There could be a temporary change in the time limit for suing sexual abusers. Indiana has a seven-year statute of limitations for lawsuits over child molesting. That's already five years longer than the deadline for other lawsuits. But Indianapolis Senators...
STATE WIDE --One in seven households in Indiana are "food insecure", meaning they don't get enough to eat or they don't know where their next meal is coming from. African-American children are more likely to go without food than white children, said a study by Bread for the...