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STATEWIDE — You may have noticed that prices for hunting and fishing licenses have increased from last year. You’re not seeing things – it’s real, and here’s why. “In September of 2021, the Natural Resources Commission approved increases to fees for our hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses, as well as a number of commercial licenses […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You hear a lot about violent crime in the Circle City from politicians, local leaders, and just about everyone else. Now, Indianapolis police are weighing in with their opinion on the state of the city. “It’s an unacceptable level of violence and really what we need is some help,” says Assistant Chief of […]

STATEWIDE — It’s a case that could change the way you vote, if the lawsuit goes all the way. A lawsuit from the Libertarian and Green parties, claiming the state’s requirements for getting ballot access is keeping them out of the game, has been allowed to proceed. “This challenge was put up by the Libertarian […]

CRAWFORD COUNTY, Ind. — It’s been just over a quarter of a century since Indiana State Police began investigating a 1996 rape in Crawford County. Monday, police announced they finally have their man. “Back in 1996, the late [detective] Charlie McDaniel began this investigation in a remote part of Crawford County,” says Indiana State Police […]

LAWRENCE, Ind. — The man shot by Lawrence police Thursday afternoon has died from his injuries. He was shot just one time, says Lawrence Police Chief Gary Woodruff. Lawrence police say the shooting happened just before 4 o’clock Thursday afternoon. Police spotted what they believed to be a stolen car and tried to pull the […]

SELLERSBURG, Ind. — The child who was found dead in a suitcase in rural Washington County in April has been identified as five-year-old Cairo Ammar Jordan, of Atlanta, Georgia. Two suspects have been identified by Indiana State Police, with felony warrants issued for both. “One for Dawn Elaine Coleman, 40 of Shreveport, Louisiana. Another for […]

STATEWIDE — It takes more than feeding the hungry to end hunger, and that’s the long-term goal for Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana. Gleaners President & CEO Fred Glass was one of five food bank leaders to talk about hunger at the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA) Summit in Washington D.C. Tuesday. The summit […]

  INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts will have a new starting quarterback when the Washington Commanders come to town this Sunday. Colts Head Coach Frank Reich announced Monday quarterback Matt Ryan is out and will be replaced with quarterback Sam Ehlinger. “We are going to elevate Sam to starting quarterback,” Reich said in a Monday […]

LANESVILLE, Ind. — A man from Harrison County has been arrested and charged with child sex crimes dating back to the late 1990s. Indiana State Police announced Monday the arrest of 57-year-old Rex Sheckell of Lanesville. An investigation into Sheckell began in July, and over the course of three months, detectives found evidence that Sheckell […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember the White Castle shooting of 2019 which involved two southern Indiana judges. The final sentencing has been decided in that case. It was May 1st, 2019, in a downtown Indianapolis White Castle parking lot. Brandon Kaiser, Alfredo Vasquez, and Clark County Circuit judges Brad Jacobs and Andrew Adams got into […]