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STATE WIDE- -When U.S. Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions was in Indiana last week, he told law enforcement officers and prosecutors that he believes fentanyl is the biggest drug threat to the United States. That drug is coming into the country, mostly, through the U.S. mail, and the Post...
OSGOOD, Ind. -- An southeast Indiana teen is a suspect in the deaths of two younger siblings. Two-year-old Desiree McCartney died in May of 2017. Less than 90 days later, her 11-month-old brother Nathaniel Ritz died. They lived in Osgood, Indiana in Ripley County. The children's...
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Olympic gold medalist swimmer Lilly King grew up training at an old community pool in Evansville. She said, though the pool helped get her going in swimming, it was not an adequate facility for her to progress into the world class swimmer she is today. King...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Buckle up, Indy, because super-fast internet speeds are on the way. Verizon is bringing 5G residential broadband internet to Indianapolis, the company announced Wednesday. Verizon 5G Home , will be available beginning Monday, October 1. Indy is the just fourth U...
(ST. IGNACE, Mich.) - House Ways and Means Chairman Tim Brown is in critical condition with multiple injuries after a motorcycle crash in Michigan. Michigan State Police say Brown (R-Crawfordsville) slammed his motorcycle into an SUV that pulled into his path on U.S. 2, about 2...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Republicans are doubling down on last year's tax cut. The House plans a vote on making your tax cut permanent. Corporate tax cuts in the bill signed nine months ago already are, but your individual tax cut expires in seven years. Unlike corporate tax cuts, your...
WILMINGTON, N.C. --Hurricane Florence is a big and dangerous storm. Hoosiers are taking precautions, even though Indiana is not in the path. While power companies like Duke Energy have sent people to help with power restoration, and Indiana's Task Force 1 is ready for rescues, a...
INDIANAPOLIS -- As Hurricane Florence makes its way to the Carolina coast, it's too soon to tell whether the storm will reach Indiana early next week, says Meteorologist Dan McCarthy with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. The storm is projected to hit North and South...
INDIANAPOLIS – More than a quarter of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's pod cameras are out of order, according to new details obtained by Call 6 Investigates. The cameras, which are known for their flashing blue lights, are spread out at 78 different locations...