John Herrick

John Herrick

INDIANAPOLIS–Report cards for schools in Indiana were released Wednesday afternoon by the Indiana State Board of Education. About 85% of public schools in Indiana got a grade of C or better in 2018-2019. Nearly a third of schools earned a B grade while another third of schools earned an A. Those that didn’t do not […]

WASHINGTON–A bill that would ensure abortion providers treat fetal remains with respect rather than as medical waste should be unanimously passed, says Senator Mike Braun. “If we can’t agree to ban abortions after fetuses can feel pain or to guarantee care for babies born alive after botched abortions, we should at least agree that fetal […]

INDIANAPOLIS-Cybersecurity threats and security breaches are two things that Infosys takes very seriously. That’s why they are proud to unveil a new Cyber Defense Center in Indianapolis. The center is Infosys’ first in the U.S. and their seventh total. Vishal Salvi, chief information security officer and head of cybersecurity practice for Infosys, says everything they […]

REMINGTON, Ind.–Strong wind gusts appear to have led to two crashes involving three semi tractor-trailers, a semi-tanker, and a box truck that closed northbound I–65 near Remington Tuesday afternoon. State police say the first crash happened around 2 pm about 3 miles south of the U.S. 24/U.S. 231 interchange near Remington and Wolcott with the […]

CARMEL, Ind.–A teacher from Carmel Clay Schools is in self-quarantine for the next 14 days after returning from Italy where over 30 people have died from the coronavirus. Carmel Clay School leaders say the teacher met with administrators and volunteered to go into self-quarantine out of an abundance of caution. The teacher has not been […]

STATEWIDE–The coronavirus is causing gas prices to drop in Indiana and across the country. “In the last two weeks, oil prices have gone from $54 to $45. That’s the largest and quickest decrease since the Great Recession. As the coronavirus spreads, things could start shutting down. Schools may close and businesses may temporarily close to […]

LA CROSSE, Ind.–It’s a basketball gym that’s been around since 1949, but lately, the concern has been that the gym may undergo some kind of change. The Tiger Den gymnasium is not going anywhere. Tri-County Township Superintendent Kelly Shepherd confirmed that to the Northwest Indiana Times. Shepherd has been considering closing La Crosse High School […]

INDIANAPOLIS–He did not know what he was agreeing to when he entered a guilty plea. That’s what a man accused of killing an Indianapolis doctor nearly three years ago said in court, but the judge ruled against him. Two weeks ago, Devon Seats, 19, told the court he wanted to withdraw the guilty plea, but […]

STATEHOUSE--A bill that would protect victims of sex crimes from dealing with additional trauma during the legal process passed the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday. Victims age 16 and younger often face depositions before trial where they are interviewed by the attorney of the accused abuser. They are often asked about what happened to them in […]

INDIANAPOLIS–When Indianapolis Colts General Manager spoke at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis Tuesday, he wasn’t just talking about the players the Colts could take in the upcoming draft. He also discussed the return of an offensive lineman who has been with the Colts for nine years. “Anthony Castonzo has informed me that he will play […]