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Zionsville Police Rescue Kittens ZIONSVILLE, Ind.–Zionsville Police rescued some kittens that got stuck in the engine of a car on Monday. The department posted on Facebook, “Something you don’t see everyday… This morning, Officers on dayshift rescued four kittens who found themselves stuck in the engine compartment of a vehicle. Despite the suspects resisting police, […]

Tayven Jackson Named Full-Time Starting Quarterback for Indiana Hoosiers BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–The Indiana Hoosier football team will go with Tayven Jackson as its full-time starting quarterback. Jackson had been competing with Brendan Sorsby for the job. Both quarterbacks combined to throw for 82 yards in the team’s 23-3 loss to Ohio State in the home opener. […]

Festival of Faiths Helps Victims of Domestic Violence Victims in Indiana HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind.–Victims of domestic violence need support. One organization says they provided that in Indiana over the weekend. Domestic violence survivors were given “welcome bags” at the Festival of Faiths on Sunday. The project was hosted by JustServe, a volunteer matching program in […]

NOBLESVILLE, Ind.–Pearl Jam’s concert at Ruoff Music Center has been postponed because of an illness. The band did not give specifics behind the illness, but only said they had to postpone the concert because there was no other way around it. “Tickets will be honored for a future, rescheduled date. Ticket holders who cannot make […]

IU Football Dominates Indiana State 41-7 BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–The Indiana Hoosier football team scored on their opening drive and never trailed in a 41-7 victory over the Indiana State Sycamores Friday night. The Hoosiers had 558 total yards of offense. Indiana State had just 93. For Indiana, this is the first time they’ve had more than […]

Bob Knight Special Edition Bobbleheads Unveiled MILWAUKEE, WI.–The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has released two-limited edition bobbleheads of Indiana University men’s basketball coach Bob Knight. The first bobblehead features Knight wearing his signature red sweater, while the second bobblehead commemorates Knight’s iconic chair-throwing incident from a game between Indiana and Purdue back […]

Suicide Prevention in Indiana; Walk Scheduled for Saturday in Military Park INDIANAPOLIS–September is National Suicide Prevention Month, which means Hoosiers are talking about ways to prevent it in Indiana. “We’re often told, at least I was growing up, that maybe if we talk about suicide or if we ask someone if they’re thinking about suicide […]

Goal of New University of Evansville Program is to Help Ease Healthcare Worker Shortage EVANSVILLE, Ind.–The University of Evansville has been approved to start a Ph.D. in Health Professions Education. The goal is to ease the shortage of healthcare professionals nationwide. The approval of it came from the Higher Learning Commission. This Ph.D. is a […]

Indiana Senator Todd Young Supports Joshua Kolar as Nominee for the Seventh Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals WASHINGTON–U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of Indiana Joshua Kolar has been nominated to serve on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh District. He has the support of Indiana Republican Senator Todd […]

Police: Columbus Man Violates Protective Order, Crashes into Police Cruisers COLUMBUS, Ind.–There was a police chase in Columbus Wednesday morning and one man was arrested. The Columbus Police Department says they arrested 42-year-old Randall Brown who violated a protective order. They say they tried to stop Brown, but he wouldn’t cooperate. “They observed Brown operating […]