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UPDATE: In an update sent later in the morning, IMPD said the toddler had been pronounced dead. The Marion County Coroner’s Office will release the cause and manner of death at a later time. INDIANAPOLIS — A toddler is alive, but badly hurt as they were shot on the north side of downtown. Indy Metro […]

SEBRING, Ind. — Day Two of testing at Sebring Raceway in Florida brought a few faster times as IndyCar drivers get their cars dialed in for the upcoming season. Alex Palou had been the quickest in Day One of testing, but Marcus Ericsson and four other drivers would outpace the defending series champion. Ericsson, now […]

STATEHOUSE — A bill moving through the State Senate would require medical providers to discuss long-term birth control options with new mothers who are covered by Medicaid. Written by State Rep. Rita Flemming, who is an obstetrician by trade, the bill’s intent, according to co-sponsor State Sen. Susan Glick (R-LaGrange), is to allow mother who […]

SEBRING, Fla. — We are less than two weeks away from the start of the NTT IndyCar Series season. Teams and drivers found themselves at Sebring Raceway in Florida on Monday as they gathered for the first sanctioned test of the season. The goal of the test was for teams to shake down their cars […]

STATEWIDE — Severe weather is still on track to hit Indiana later today in what experts say will be the first large-scale system of strong storms to hit the Hoosier state this severe weather season. David Beachler with the National Weather Service expects storm activity to start picking up in the late afternoon, but he […]

STATEHOUSE — About two percent of Indiana’s farmland is owned by a foreign country and there is concern from lawmakers in the Statehouse that more land could soon be taken over by foreign nations, especially those deemed enemies of the U.S. There is a bill now moving through the State Senate aimed at cracking down […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana could see its first significant bout of severe weather this year tomorrow as experts track a system on its way to Indiana. The National Weather Service in Indianapolis says a system is developing over the Great Plains and will likely be here at some point tomorrow. With that, the Storm Prediction Center […]

STATEWIDE — Many Hoosier parents have been having issues getting their kids set up for financial aid as they get ready to go off to college. In order to be eligible for financial aid through most institutions you have to fill out your FAFSA paperwork. But, the Department of Education has rolled out an updated […]

NEWARK, N.J. — It had all the makings of what amounted to a game in which the winner would be assured an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. In the end, it would be Seton Hall staking a stronger claim to an at-large bid as they took advantage of inconsistent play from Butler en route […]

INDIANAPOLIS — One fire department wants to merge with another, and one step was taken closer to that in Indianapolis. Wayne Township trustees voted unanimously (5-0) to merge with the Indianapolis Fire Department by as early as next year. The merger agreement still has to be reviewed and approved by the Indianapolis City-County Council. It […]