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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Hospitals are warning against an attempt to limit where they can build. 35 states require hospitals to prove there's a need for a new facility before they can build. Indiana used to, but repealed the law 20 years ago. A Senate committee may vote next week on...
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) -- Looking to warm up? Head to Alaska or Antarctica. We tied a record in Indianapolis this morning, with a low temperature of -11 degrees. Areas north of Indy were between -15 to -20 degrees. To compare, only the very northern tip of Alaska was that cold. In...
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — You might have seen the sign at the corner of North New Jersey and East Vermont streets: Save the Steeples. It sits right in front of St. Mary's Church in downtown Indianapolis. The campaign was started a couple of years ago to secure funding to preserve...
HOPE, Ind. --The cold weather never stops Groundhog Day, especially not in Hope, Indiana, just east of Columbus. Grubby is expected there Saturday. She's a woodchuck. But, she's accurate. At 8:30, at the town square bandstand, Grubby will predict the end of winter. "I believe...
STATE HOUSE --A new scholarship could soon be available for people who want to become firefighters or police officers. Rep. Randy Frye's (R-Greensburg) bill to provide tuition made it through the Indiana House of Representatives Tuesday. The proposed bill would establish the Ivy...
INDIANAPOLIS - You might not receive any letters or packages from the U.S. Postal Service today, thanks to the cold weather. The United States Postal Service has suspended delivery to large portions of Indiana and several neighboring states. Indiana zipcodes beginning with these...
STATE WIDE -- Some of the coldest temperatures in the state were in South Bend this morning, where it was at 13 below zero at 4:30. Lafayette was at -7, while Kokomo was at -5. It was 1 in downtown Indianapolis. The further south, the warmer the temperature. Evansville was at 14...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The message isn't a new one, bring your pets inside. Indianapolis Animal Care Services is suggesting the message be repeated, as they are still seeing an increase in the number of animals left outside in these cold temperatures. And many of these animals are...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University has hired a privacy officer, the first of it's kind of position in the history of the school. Peter Sand is now in charge of overseeing the private information of students, staff, and faculty at IU, while making sure that that private...