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INDIANAPOLIS -- After the Supreme Court struck down a 1992 federal law in May that banned sports betting in all but four states , a state representative wants Indiana to legalize it in 2019. Rep. Alan Morrison (R-Brazil), as a guest on 93 WIBC's "Hammer and Nigel Show" , says he...
GARY, Ind. --In the shadow of the U.S. Steel plant that once employed 25,000 people, and fueled a thriving community, is Gary. With a population that was once near 200,000, the city is home to less than half of that now. That means a great number of the homes there have been...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The CDC is keeping its eye on a measles outbreak that covers at least 21 states, including Indiana. The health agency says 107 people have come down with measles so far this year. A total of 120 measles cases were reported nationwide in 2017. The number of...
INDIANAPOLIS --Five people are facing criminal charges after claims of abuse at a home for disabled people. Investigators say Amelia Hagedorn -- the owner of Indianapolis-based Safe Journey LLC -- along with three of her employees -- have been charged with battery resulting in...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Roncalli High School students say the situation over a guidance counselor saying she was asked to resign over her same-sex marriage sheds light on a culture of intolerance at the school that has been going on for years. In 2012, two students took their own...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Roncolli High School is all Shelly Fitzgerald has "ever known and loved." She went to high school there and returned to become a guidance counselor, and did it all while concealing the fact that she was married to another woman. Now, 15 years later, she is on the...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Tia Coleman, the Indianapolis woman whose husband and children died in a duck boat accident last month, wants Congress to make the boats safe or ban them entirely. Four weeks after the accident in Branson, Missouri, Coleman has launched a Change.org petition...
(CARMEL, Ind.) - Leaders of local anti-opioid efforts are emphasizing collaboration across agencies. An opioid summit in Carmel showcased prevention and treatment programs from around Indiana. The programs share some recurring themes: erasing the stigma associated with addiction...
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A Lafayette man is going to federal prison for child porn. In a hearing at U.S. District Court in Hammond, Judge James Moody sentenced 62-year-old David Adams to over six years in prison, followed by five years of supervised released one his is out of prison...