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STATEWIDE–All of Indiana is under an Air Quality Action Day because of smoke from the recent Canadian wildfires. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management says there have been high particulate readings recently in South Bend, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Muncie. Air quality readings are measured using what’s called the Air Quality Index. It runs […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The 57th annual Indy Strawberry Festival is going on now on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. Strawberry shortcakes with all the fixings will be available until 4 p.m., or until supplies run out. The northwest quadrant of the Circle is closed during that time. It is put on by the Cathedral Women of Christ Church […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A person was shot and killed at an apartment on the east side of Indianapolis late Tuesday night. It happened in The Reserves at Warren Park apartment complex. That’s on East 10th Street, which is east of Post Road. “I do believe that this was a targeted attack on this individual. I don’t believe there’s […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A man from New Castle in a hospital with both second and third degree burns recently asked his girlfriend to marry him. She said yes. Chris Doyen and his girlfriend Erika Tollett were standing near a campfire in New Castle when a gas can exploded back in April and injured Doyen. Tollett got him to […]

SOUTH BEND, Ind.–The largest credit union in Indiana is changing its name. Teachers Credit Union has been changed to Everwise Credit Union. Executives say the name change was necessary to “better reflect its mission to empower and serve all people and grow beyond its original educator roots.” “Though we will always support local educators, it […]

STATEWIDE–OPEC’s decision to cut oil production Sunday means you’ll likely be seeing an increase at the gas pump soon. “Whether it’s Indianapolis, the state of Indiana, the Midwest or the U.S., it’s going to affect everyone. Because Indiana’s prices cycle, then that could exacerbate the cycle sooner rather than later,” said Patrick DeHaan, head of […]

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Former Vice President and Indiana Governor Mike Pence filed paperwork Monday to run for president in 2024. Pence, the nation’s 48th vice president, will formally launch his bid for the Republican nomination with a kickoff event in Des Moines, Iowa, on Wednesday, which is his 64th birthday. Pence served more than a decade in […]