John Herrick

John Herrick

STATEWIDE–Snow is likely to fall in Indiana beginning early next week with temperatures dropping and high winds gusting. Mike Ryan, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, said a storm system will move into Indiana from the Gulf beginning Sunday night bringing rain with it. “The colder air comes in behind it. That should […]

STATEWIDE–The Indiana Supreme Court has unanimously ordered adjustments to future bar exams. They are making the adjustments due to concerns about the coronavirus and after reviewing a report called the “Study Commission on the Future of the Indiana Bar Examination.” The February bar exam will be administered remotely on February 23 and 24, 2021 using […]

STATEWIDE–Strong to severe storms are possible between 2 and 8 pm Wednesday for most of central and southern Indiana. “We’ll see a bit of a break around midday or into the early afternoon hours. As we get further along into the afternoon, a frontal boundary is going to move towards the area. We’ll see some […]

STATEWIDE–Gas prices are likely to go up over the next week, so it may not be a bad idea for you to fill up your gas tank as soon as possible. “We did see some stations move their prices up yesterday (Monday). Some stations have gone up to $1.99 and some are $2.09. That’s why […]

STATEWIDE–Rain will fall sporadically Tuesday, but heavier amounts of rain are expected to fall Wednesday across central Indiana and southern parts of the state. “There will be a bit of a break Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday evening, but then we’ll have more widespread rain into Wednesday perhaps continuing into Wednesday evening,” said Joe Nield, meteorologist […]

STATEWIDE–Rain and a wintry mix will be in the weather forecast early in the week, but it will clear out by Thanksgiving, according to the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. “Overnight, we could see a mix of rain, sleet, or snow beginning at around 2 am,” said Mike Koch, meteorologist with the National Weather Service […]

WASHINGTON–Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca all say they have a coronavirus vaccine that is showing a high level of safety and effectiveness, but some Americans remain skeptical. A new Gallup poll finds that 58% of Americans said they would get vaccinated against the coronavirus if there was an FDA-approved vaccine available right now at no cost. […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A person was killed in a shooting on the northwest side of Indianapolis Saturday night. IMPD says they were called to the intersection of 52nd and Georgetown Road around 6:30 pm. When they got there, officers say they found a man inside a car with a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at the scene. […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Homelessness, addiction, and poverty are difficult things for anyone to overcome, but the staff at Indianapolis-based Purposeful Design says they are helping people dealing with those things get back on their feet. Purposeful Design is a nonprofit agency that makes furniture. It opened in 2013. “We target men who have been through incarceration, homelessness, addiction, […]

WASHINGTON–In the month where Thanksgiving is being celebrated, Indiana Republican Senator Todd Young says it is fitting that November is also Military Family Appreciation Month. “Our military families don’t always get the credit they deserve, but they bear a very special and unique burden on behalf of our country that, frankly, most of us cannot […]