John Herrick

John Herrick

CARLISLE, Ind.–A correctional officer is accused of committing battery against an inmate at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility. The Indiana Department of Correction says the incident in question happened February 27 and the inmate was a victim of battery, but did not need to go to the hospital. Jaymison Bennett has been charged with official […]

STATEWIDE–You’ll soon have a chance to fish for free without a license in state waters. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources will have four free fishing days later this year. They are scheduled for May 3, June 6-7, and September 26. If you don’t know how to fish, you can learn through the Learn to […]

FULTON COUNTY, Ind.–The investigation into a crash that killed three kids in Fulton County back in 2018 is not over. The National Transportation Safety Board has announced they will hold a meeting next month to determine the probable cause of death. The meeting is scheduled for April 7. Alyssa Shepherd, 25, of Rochester was convicted […]

INDIANAPOLIS--Thousands of people were without power on the north side of Indianapolis for a brief time Wednesday morning because of a fire at an abandoned building. The Indianapolis Fire Department says the fire started at about 1 in the building, which is on Fairfield Avenue near 36th street and College Avenue. “That structure happens to […]

SOUTH BEND, Ind.–A former South Bend police officer properly followed his training when he shot a black man in June of 2019, says a special prosecutor. Special Prosecutor Ric Hertel says Ryan O’Neill will not face charges in the shooting of Eric Logan and that his actions were “justified.” Logan had a knife on him […]

INDIANAPOLIS--A fire at the abandoned I-70 Trailer Park on the southeast side of Indianapolis is being called “suspicious” by Wayne Township firefighters. It started at about 6:30 Friday morning on 3023 West Morris Street, which is near Eagle Creek. “The first units on the scene found multiple vacant mobile homes or trailers on fire. Since […]

UPDATE: The person wounded in the shooting has been identified as Jeremy Ross, 37, of Terre Haute. TERRE HAUTE, Ind.–What started out as a traffic stop turned into a shooting in Terre Haute early Friday morning. State police say at about midnight, a Terre Haute police officer pulled over a car on Wabash Avenue. That […]

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 […]