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INDIANAPOLIS- -You should be aware of a scam. Some people have been getting calls from people claiming to be the utility company and demanding payment or you will be disconnected immediately. They're demanding payment in bitcoin , a cryptocurrency. Indianapolis Power and Light...
STATE WIDE --Zero degrees is mighty cold, and when a cold front comes through the state Sunday, the temperature will drops into the teens. In some parts of the state, Monday morning's wake-up temperature will be at zero or below. You're being advised to make sure your pipes don'...
STATEWIDE -- You can expect another round of heavy snow to fall on the state this weekend. National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says the snow will start falling late Friday night and continue well into Saturday. Puma said the higher snow amounts will be concentrated...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana's chief justice says Indiana's courts are delivering progress against the opioid epidemic. In her annual State of the Judiciary address, Chief Justice Loretta Rush says the state has nearly tripled its family recovery courts in the last year. She says...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- It's now Day 26 of the partial government shutdown in Washington. Indiana Senator Todd Young is calling on congressional Democrats to revert to their previous position of passing border security funding, which he says the have moved away from. "Nancy Pelosi...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Would having your driver's license on your phone make life a little bit easier? State Senator Eddie Melton thinks it would. Sen. Melton (D-Gary) has introduced a bill that would allow you to ask the Bureau of Motor Vehicles for a "mobile driver's license" to go...
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The job of state school superintendent will soon be appointed, not elected -- and maybe sooner than anticipated. The House Education Committee has voted to let whoever's elected governor next year appoint the superintendent. That change was already scheduled to...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Indiana Republican Senator Mike Braun says he doesn't see any movement from either Democrats or Republicans to end the government shutdown. In an interview Wednesday with 93 WIBC's Tony Katz, Senator Braun says the shutdown is "at the point where [...
HOWARD COUNTY, Ind. – A Sharpsville man is facing charges after being accused of running naked down a road while high on acid. According to the Kokomo Tribune , officers say they received a call around 12:30 a.m. Jan. 8 that a man was yelling and cursing while smashing out a...