John Herrick

John Herrick

RICHMOND, Ind.–A police officer in Richmond shot a man Sunday morning, but that man is expected to survive, investigators say. State police say Wayne County Dispatch put out a call about reckless driving happening on the west side of Richmond just before 11 a.m. They say a Richmond Police officer was sitting in his car, […]

STATEWIDE-Just about every part of Indiana will be dealing with scattered showers and thunderstorms this week, says the National Weather Service. “We’re looking at chances for rain and storms almost every day through Friday,” says Jason Puma, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. “We’re going to see high temperatures in the middle […]

STATEWIDE–Every couple of weeks, there will continue to be a “noticeable bump” in gas prices, says GasBuddy. With states continuing to loosen coronavirus restrictions, demand for gasoline has increased. “Watching demand recover has been certainly a surprise. More Americans are hitting the road. Demand bottomed out in early April when we were almost all staying […]

SAUDI ARABIA—The son of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi says he and his siblings forgive their father’s killers. Salah Khashoggi posted a statement on Twitter (the translation is below the tweet) Thursday night saying they pardon those who killed Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 at the Saudi consulate in Turkey:   In this blessed night of […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A group of Massachusetts Avenue stakeholders says the plans to close portions of the street to allow outdoor seating at restaurants need to “immediately be halted.” Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced plans to help restaurants by closing portions of five major corridors to vehicular traffic beginning Friday. In a letter to Hogsett, the stakeholders say […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The coronavirus has posed plenty of challenges to the City of Indianapolis, but it can recover and has a lot going for it. That was the message from Chris Gahl, the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications of Visit Indy. Gahl spoke to 93 WIBC’s Tony Katz Wednesday morning. He said there’s been very […]

INDIANAPOLIS–An IMPD officer caught making an inappropriate remark on a Facebook live video that captured the sound of Sean Reed being shot is “remorseful for his actions,” says IMPD Chief Randal Taylor. In an interview with WISH-TV Tuesday morning, Taylor said he spoke with the officer soon after the incident happened. The officer was heard […]

NOTRE DAME, Ind.–The University of Notre Dame will bring students back to campus for the 2020-21 fall semester, but with plenty of coronavirus safety guidelines in place. They will return on August 10, which is two weeks earlier than originally scheduled. There will be no fall break and the semester will end before Thanksgiving. “By […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The golf industry has been able to manage the obstacles brought by the coronavirus pretty well, according to the Indiana Golf Association (IGA) What has helped is that golf is a sport that already does a “good job of social distancing,” says IGA Executive Director Mike David. David tells Inside Indiana Business business has been […]

STATEWIDE–Flooding has become a concern across Indiana with recent rain that fell over the weekend and more of it expected over the next couple of days. “The rain will come to an end throughout the day today, but then we’re going to see more rain move in overnight. Overall, we’re seeing widespread amounts across central […]