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KOKOMO, Ind. — The United Auto Workers are still on strike at select plants across the U.S., and it’s because of that strike that Stellantis has announced 300 temporary layoffs at its transmission plant in Kokomo. Stellantis is the parent company of Chrysler and is one of the “Detroit Big 3” automakers that are at […]

INDIANAPOLIS — State Sen. Jack Sandlin has died. Sandlin, who had been serving Hoosiers on Indianapolis’s south side in the State Senate since 2016, died of a heart attack on Wednesday. “Jack Sandlin was a strong advocate for the people of Central Indiana and a champion of Indianapolis. He was a valued member of our […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The state of the state’s largest school district is “strong” says the superintendent. Indianapolis Public Schools superintendent Dr. Aleesia Johnson highlighted several of the district’s accomplishments in the last year in her State of the District address Wednesday night. Most notably she boasted how the district has “rebounded” from learning losses during the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A baby girl was stabbed late Tuesday night on the north side of Indianapolis. Indianapolis Metro Police is investigating. Officers were sent to the Days Inn on Craig Street near 82nd Street and I-69 just before 11 p.m. When they got there they found a baby girl with stab wounds in one of […]

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The South Bend Community School Corporation is looking to downsize. They are planning to close Clay High School and have its students absorb into its other three high schools. Consultants facilitating the plan have come up with what they would like to do as parents wonder where their child might be […]

DELPHI, Ind. — The lawyers for the man accused of killing Abby Williams and Libby German in 2017 say that the girls were murdered as part of a ritualistic killing related to Odinism. It’s their latest statement as they continue to defend Richard Allen, who has been accused of the murders. He’s been held in […]

LAWRENCE, Ind. — A government shutdown may happen for the fourth time in a decade soon unless Congress can agree on some sort of measure to keep the government running. The government runs out of money at the end of the month and now both sides of the aisle are once again locked in a […]

SPEEDWAY, Ind. — As the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum prepared for a massive renovation, museum workers and curators began the process of moving all of the 300+ cars out of the building on Monday. What you see displayed in the museum’s main halls is only a fraction of what the museum has stored beneath and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A man was shot and killed by police officers at the end of a police chase this morning that ended on the south side. Police say they were called around 3:00 a.m. after a woman and a man got into an argument near the woman’s home. Earlier police say they were sitting in separate […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Fresh off a championship-winning season that saw three of their four drivers win a race, Chip Ganassi Racing has announced they are expanding their team to a fifth full-time entry for 2024. Kyffin Simpson, who is currently an LMP2 sportscar driver in the European Le Mans Series where he and his teammates lead […]