John Herrick

John Herrick

NOBLESVILLE, Ind.–The driver of a Ford F-150 pickup truck drove into a home in Noblesville and was killed, police say. The accident happened just before 11 am Tuesday. Based on witness statements and other potential evidence at the scene, the Noblesville Police Department said a 2020 Ford F-150 pickup truck was going south on Union […]

INDIANAPOLIS--Agencies in the Southern District of Indiana were awarded more than $5.6 million in Department of Justice grants to fight and prevent violent crime. Some of that money is going to the City of Indianapolis for “Operation Legend,” which is a coordinated initiative across law enforcement to address a recent surge in violent crime. The […]

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich.–President Trump has done more to protect veterans than Joe Biden did when he was Vice President. That was one of the many statements made by Vice President and former Indiana Governor Mike Pence at one of the President’s final rallying stops in Traverse City, Michigan Monday. “When Joe Biden was Vice President, […]

STATEWIDE–The election could have an effect on the direction of gas prices in the coming days. It’s just hard to say what that effect could be. “It could be a volatile week to go along with the volatile year that it’s been. Now that there’s a concern that there could be a legal challenge to […]

STATEWIDE–Monday will be the coldest day of the week across Indiana, but that will change as the week goes on. “We have one cooler night where we have temperatures down into the low 30s. That’s Monday night. By the time we get into the middle of the week, we are going to be seeing temperatures […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Dozens of travelers flying out of states deemed COVID-19 “hot spots” – including Arizona, Florida, and Texas – landed Monday at Indianapolis International Airport (IND). Some took their masks off immediately upon entering the airport terminal, where masks are not required. Their arrival in Indiana came after a weekend of record air travel […]

PLAINFIELD, Ind.–A woman is accused of trafficking drugs into the Plainfield Correctional Facility. The Indiana Department of Correction says a contract employee with the Aramark Corporation named Candice McGraw had marijuana, suboxone strips, tobacco, methamphetamine, and cocaine on her when she came into the facility Friday, June 26. McGraw was arrested and taken to the […]

STATEWIDE–On the Fourth of July this year, gas prices in Indiana and across the country will be the lowest they have been since 2004. Patrick DeHaan, the head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy, says you can thank the coronavirus for that. “That’s not too unfamiliar. Memorial Day also saw the lowest Memorial Day prices since […]

STATEWIDE–The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is trying to learn more about the turkey population across the state and they could use your help. They are asking volunteers to conduct brood surveys from July 1 through August 31. Those surveys count the number of young wild turkeys observed with turkey hens to estimate how many […]

HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. – Hamilton County schools will return on schedule with coronavirus health guidelines in place. That includes Carmel Clay Schools, Hamilton Heights School Corporation, Hamilton Southeastern Schools, Noblesville Schools, Options Charter Schools, Sheridan Community Schools, St. Theodore Guerin High School, and Westfield Washington Schools. A statement from the districts said the safety of […]