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INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember the story of an IU Health doctor who told a reporter about performing an abortion on a rape victim from Ohio. That story isn’t over just yet. “Today, my office is filing a lawsuit on behalf of the people of Indiana against IU Health,” says Attorney General Todd Rokita Friday, […]

WASHINGTON — Artificial intelligence shouldn’t be over-regulated from the start, says your senator. “We want to focus on use-case by use-case, and assess the need to regulate accordingly,” says Senator Todd Young of Indiana. He was a part of a major meeting in Washington Wednesday, which included dozens of senators and some of tech’s biggest […]

DELPHI, Ind. — The legal team for the Delphi murders suspect want all court proceedings, including the trial, televised. In a court filing Thursday, attorneys Brad Rozzi and Andrew Baldwin have asked Special Judge Fran Gull to allow cameras in the courtroom for “transparency” and to allow people to understand each step of the legal […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Police in Indianapolis are asking the city for a massive expansion of it’s crime-fighting tech. From drones to license plate readers to gunshot detectors, Indianapolis Metro Police are ready to ask the Public Safety Committee for an expansion in several different areas. “Technology has a role in nearly every facet of our society […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Emmis Corporation is looking for a buyer for its downtown Indianapolis headquarters. In a press release Tuesday, CEO Jeff Smulyan says the company has chosen Cushman & Wakefield to market the seven-story building at 40 Monument Circle to potential buyers. Smulyan recently made public his willingness to sell the building to reach the […]

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. — A man charged with killing his brother’s fiancée and shooting at police has pled guilty. It was April 13th, 2020, when prosecutors say Randy Sutt, 47, shot Cecelia Babcock in the head at close range, killing her on Legacy Boulevard. Greenwood Police showed up and they say Sutt fired shots at […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Mistakes were made, and opportunities were missed, says Indianapolis Colts head coach Shane Steichen. “I thought our guys played hard, obviously a lot of details to clean up,” says Steichen, whose Colts lost Sunday in the regular season opener to division rival Jacksonville Jaguars, “I thought defensively, our guys did a hell of […]

HOWARD COUNTY, Ind. — An elder couple died after a crash in Howard County Sunday. It was a quarter until 6 o’clock Sunday evening when Howard County dispatch got a call about a two-car crash. The crash happened on Touby Pike near County Road 325 North. Detectives believe a red 2007 Chevrolet Impala driven by […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A police sergeant working for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is heading to federal prison. Earlier this year, Officer Eric Huxley pled guilty to excessive force charges. It was September of 2021 when two officers, including Huxley, approached Jermaine Vaughn on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. The officers had detained Vaughn, who was […]

STATEWIDE — If you or someone you know is a part of the WIC program, you should know about the change to your baby’s formula. The Indiana Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program will cease it’s baby formula contract with Gerber and switch to Enfamil, beginning October 1st. “Our WIC team is prepared to help […]