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(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...
GREENWOOD, Ind. -- Greenwood Police need your help finding the man who robbed a Burger King at gunpoint over the weekend. A man walked into the Burger King at 5979 N. State Road 135 at around 8:30 p.m. Sunday, pulled out a gun, and demanded money. The robber took all the money...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - If you stay in an Airbnb in Indiana, you may not be paying hotel taxes. A Senate bill would change that. Hotels are subject to the 7% state sales tax, and all but 14 Indiana counties have an innkeeper's tax, ranging from 3% to 10%. A Senate committee unanimously...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana could be the next state to ban drivers from actually holding their phones while behind the wheel. Rep. Jim Pressel (R-Rolling Prairie) wants a hands free cell phone law. He says his plan would clarify any questions about Indiana's no texting law. Pressel'...
STATE HOUSE --Nearly half of the state's county jails are full or near full. Instead of releasing felons to stop the overcrowding, the state legislature is working on a bill that would allow county sheriffs to transfer non-violent inmates to jails that have room. The Indiana...