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WASHINGTON – Indiana Senator Mike Braun is one of 5 lawmakers who are introducing the Promising Pathway Act. The bill, which will be introduced to congress, is supposed to help Americans with life-threatening diseases get early access to promising medical treatments. “Americans with life-threatening and terminal diseases like ALS don’t have time to waste on […]

INDIANAPOLIS – There was a shooting on the east side of Indianapolis Thursday afternoon. Police says a suspect was shot at 34th Street and Franklin Road around 12:20 p.m. The suspect was conscious while being transported to the hospital. The trooper involved was not hurt.

WASHINGTON, DC – Memorial Day is expected to be busy this year with an estimated 40 million Americans boarding a plane this weekend. Transportation Secretary and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg says his agency is working hard to limit any disruptions. He says airlines are doing a better job now than they were a […]

Indianapolis – A Judge has approved a media request to allow cameras in the court room for Amber Robertson’s case. Robertson is the mother of Amiah Robertson, an 8-month-old child who went missing in March 2019 and hasn’t been found. IMPD said Amiah was last seen with Robert Lyons at a home on the west […]

MONON, Ind. – A White County Sheriff’s Deputy has been suspended after being caught on camera driving past a school bus while its stop arm was displayed. The deputy was caught by another deputy who was following the bus looking for stop arm violators. “I got a call from one of our sergeants who was […]

SOLSBERRY, Ind. – Human remains were found in a field in rural Greene County Monday, says the Greene County Sheriff’s Office. Indiana State Police say the remains were found by a hunter in a field in Solsberry, which is about 30 minutes southwest of Bloomington. State Police will be helping the Greene County Sheriff’s Office […]

BROWNSBURG, Ind. – A woman in Brownsburg was seriously hurt Monday after police say her son stabbed her in the head. Police got a call around 12:30pm and found the woman laying outside of a home on Midnight Pass. She was identified as Susan Early, and her son was the man who stabbed her. Early […]

MOORESVILLE, Ind.– The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has filed a lawsuit against a Mooresville Town Council member, claiming the violated town residents’ First Amendment rights. The suit made on behalf of Robert Samuels, who lives in Mooresville, says Councilman Shane Williams shut down his official business Facebook page and uses his personal profile […]

INDIANAPOLIS – Herman Whitfield III died in police custody while having a mental health crisis in April last year. Thursday, two IMPD officers were criminally charged in his death. “These indictments should be respected by elected officials because the community said so, and they are elected by the community,” said Herman Whitfield’s father in a […]

INDIANAPOLIS – A former emergency department nurse at Franciscan Health in Crawfordsville, Indiana was handed a 3 year federal prison sentence for tampering with patient medications. Jennifer Adams, 38, is accused of taking injectable pain medications including fentanyl, morphine, ketamine and more and using them on herself. The Department of Justice says Adams would refilled […]