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WASHINGTON, D.C. --The Farm Bill expired Sept. 30 . That leaves Hoosier farmers without some protections, and without a bill that regulates pricing and even programs like SNAP, or food stamps. Though the programs are still functioning for now, if a farm bill is not passed soon,...
INDIANAPOLIS — More than $44 million is going to the Indiana University School of Medicine to research why more people under 55 are being diagnosed with Alzheimer's. According to WISH-TV, the money will come from the National Institutes of Health. The study will include 400...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis International Airport on Thursday encouraged passengers to arrive early for their Friday flights due to an anticipated high volume of travelers. The airport is urging passengers to arrive early for security screenings Friday and Monday. Passengers...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Indiana Senator Todd Young says nothing's changed his mind about voting yes on Brett Kavanaugh. Young told reporters in a telephone news conference he read a supplemental FBI background check himself, and says in hindsight, the extra interviews which delayed...
INDIANAPOLIS — For the third consecutive night, police in Marion County are investigating a person hit and killed by a motor vehicle. On Thursday night, police were investigating after two cars crashed and one struck and killed a pedestrian on a sidewalk on East Washington...
INDIANAPOLIS — A mysterious blast heard and felt all around the Irvington area on Indy's east side has neighbors on edge. Police do not know who or what is responsible. It happened Wednesday night on East Washington Street near Bolton Avenue. The blast went off in the median,...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. --The Indianapolis Colts fell behind by 21 points against the New England Patriots Thursday night, fought back, but ultimately fell short 38-24. Colts Quarterback Andrew Luck threw for 365 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions. He threw two of those...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The aerospace industry has something in common with Indiana: they're both trying to train enough skilled workers to meet their need. Eric Fanning was President Obama's Secretary of the Army, and now heads the Aerospace Industries Association. He told an...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indy's last four mayors agree it'll take partnerships with business and community organizations to make inroads against poverty. Democrats Joe Hogsett and Bart Peterson and Republicans Greg Ballard and Steve Goldsmith shared the stage at a United Way-sponsored...