Chris Davis

Chris Davis

WASHINGTON--You may be hearing that the economy is in better shape for November because job growth was higher than expected (284,000 jobs were added with 200,000 expected). University of Indianapolis Economics Prof. Dr. Matt Will says the interpretation of that report as positive is misleading. “Thirty thousand jobs lost in retail. that’s the only relevant […]

DELPHI, Ind.–Police, attorneys and family members will have to be quiet about the Delphi case. Judge Fran Gull issued a temporary gag order Friday morning, following a three-page statement from Richard Allen’s attorneys pontificating about the actions of police and the prosecution and proclaiming their client’s innocence. The pair of lawyers called the evidence in […]

JENNINGS COUNTY, Ind.–A wanted man made a standoff with cops a family affair. After a grueling 12 hours trying to get the man to give up, Indiana State Police say he shot and killed himself. Corey Jenkins, 38, was a fugitive, wanted on several felony warrants. State police did not specify the charges. When Jennings County […]

INDIANAPOLIS–When Adam Collar began installing a sewer pipe for a new neighborhood in east Marion County, near the Hancock County line Wednesday morning, he had no idea that he’d be stuck under three ft. of densely packed dirt for more than three hours. At 11:23, Indianapolis Fire Dept. personnel got the call that dirt had […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A man was found shot to death in the backyard of a house on the northwest side of Indianapolis. A neighbor called police just before 8 p.m. and alerted them to the shooting. The shooting happened on West 29th St., near I-65 and just east of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. Police did not […]

STATE WIDE–If you already teach or have a Bachelor’s degree, you could help provide a service that’s now much-needed in Indiana, teaching English to people who don’t know the language. It’s through a new program called Indiana Teachers of English Learners Licensure. The state is changing, and more people are coming here who don’t speak […]

STATE WIDE–Senator Mike Braun is running for governor. He filed paperwork Tuesday, after promising to make a decision on whether to run by Dec. 1. Gov. Eric Holcomb cannot run for another term because of term limits. Braun’s run for governor (as a Republican) means that his seat in the U.S. Senate will be open. […]

WARSAW, Ind.--The families of hockey players who were hurt in a bus crash Nov. 12, in Warsaw, Indiana, are suing the truck driver and the companies that employed him. Authorities say Victor Santos blew through a red light and hit a school bus carrying the team, while he was driving drunk and speeding. “What responsible […]

DELPHI, Ind.–Richard Allen is likely the man seen and heard in the “Down the hill” video taken on Libby German’s phone just before she was murdered in 2017, says the probable cause document released Tuesday. Names of witnesses were redacted. The document says a .40 caliber bullet, unspent, was found between the bodies of Abby […]

DELPHI, Ind.–The Delphi murder case has been a story around the world for the past five years. Yet, attorneys for the man accused of killing Abby Williams and Libby German in February 2017, believe he could get a more fair trial if it’s moved well away from Carroll County. Attorneys Brad Rozzi and Andrew Baldwin, […]