Kurt Darling

Kurt Darling

INDIANAPOLIS — FedEx pilots in Indianapolis are making it clear they are not happy with the current working conditions within the company. The pilots picketed outside the entrance to the Weir Cook Terminal at the Indianapolis International Airport and in Washington, D.C., to send a message to airline management that the time is now for […]

WASHINGTON — The White House wants the deal to avoid a rail strike on the president’s desk by the weekend. The Biden administration says that time is of the essence as we get closer to a deadline to get a deal enacted, otherwise thousands of rail workers intend to strike which would shut down the […]

WASHINGTON — A railroad strike is imminent unless a labor deal can be reached between labor unions and rail companies. However, there is a third option, which would see Congress intervening and having lawmakers essentially approve a labor deal negotiated by the White House earlier this year on behalf of both parties. That would basically […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal appeals court has decided to end a temporary injunction on an Indiana law requiring the humane disposal of remains of aborted fetuses. The law had been challenged by pro-choice groups saying it violates the Fourteen Amendment. It requires abortion providers to dispose of fetal remains through cremation or a proper burial. […]

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — It’s about that time to start thinking about getting a Christmas tree. That’s if you are wanting to do the traditional thing and get a live Christmas tree for your living room this holiday season. But one thing Hoosiers are starting to notice is that Christmas trees are a lot more […]

STATEHOUSE — Legislative leaders in the Indiana Statehouse said during Organization Day earlier this month that you could see some movement on decriminalizing some sort of marijuana use in Indiana. House Speaker Todd Huston (R) left things vague on the subject, but rest assured one person whose position has not changed on the subject is […]

FLORA, Ind. — A civil case is moving forward in Carroll County as the mother of four young girls who died in an arson back in November 2016 is suing her landlords as she seeks some form of justice for her daughters’ deaths. Keyana Davis, 11; Keyara Phillips, 9; Kerriele McDonald, 7; and Konnie Welch, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Testimony was heard from both sides on Monday in Marion Superior Court in Dr. Caitlin Bernard’s lawsuit against Attorney General Todd Rokita. Bernard is suing Rokita to keep him from accessing medical records at her practice in Indianapolis where she performed an abortion on a 10-year-old rape victim. Rokita is pushing to see […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The feeling for Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is that there is still more to accomplish as mayor of the Circle City. Hogsett wants to seek a third term as mayor which would make him the second longest-serving mayor in the city’s history. He tells All Indiana Politics that many of his plans for […]