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MARION COUNTY, Ind.–The Indiana Department of Transportation is reopening I-65 through the North Split interchange this weekend. The construction workers will work in stages. First, they’ll take care of the northbound lanes. Then they’ll reopen southbound lanes on I-65. All I-65 northbound and southbound lanes are expected to be open by Monday, May 1, weather […]

INDIANAPOLIS–More than 70,000 Hoosiers live with epilepsy, but it doesn’t affect all of them the same way. “I was diagnosed with epilepsy when I was 24 after having two grand mal seizures. To this day, neurologists and other doctors I’ve spoken with don’t know why I have seizures. There are several different kinds of seizures. […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–Indiana University senior point guard Xavier Johnson has been granted an extra year of eligibility because the NCAA approved a medical hardship waiver for the 2022-23 season. Johnson broke his foot against Kansas on December 17 and had to have surgery, which meant he had to miss the rest of the season. He started […]

INDIANAPOLIS–With the fourth overall pick in the NFL Draft coming up Thursday night, the Indianapolis Colts are likely to pick a quarterback. They won’t say who they’ll pick just yet, but Colts Quarterbacks coach Cam Turner said Wednesday there are things you look for. “Obviously you look for all of the talent stuff, the intangibles, […]

***WISH-TV contributed to this story*** INDIANAPOLIS–The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department will not report undocumented immigrants to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement if they are pulled over. That was the message from IMPD Chief Randal Taylor Tuesday night at a town hall hosted by IMPD at St. Monica Catholic Church. “I will tell you, for the […]

HOPE, Ind.–There was a police chase that went across two counties in Indiana Tuesday and a man ended up being shot. State police say shortly after 10:30 pm, an officer from the Hope Police Department tried to conduct a traffic stop on a Pontiac passenger car, but the driver refused to stop. That is what […]

STATEWIDE–The negative consequences of gambling can be numerous if a person struggles to know when to quit. Those can include debt, job loss, strained relationships, and even crime. A recent study by the personal finance website Wallethub examined the costs of gambling in both Indiana and across the country. It’s called “2023’s Most Gambling Addicted […]

STATEWIDE–Students in Indiana will be required to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid beginning next school year. That requirement was approved by both the Indiana Senate and House. Then it was approved by Governor Eric Holcomb late last week. This applies to all students, but there are some exceptions. This is also […]