Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Governor Holcomb says last week’s whirlwind tour of Europe will produce dividends for the state. Holcomb says while there aren’t any immediate investments to announce, the six-country tour was a chance to form personal relationships, and say thank-you to businesses already operating in Indiana. Indiana is home to 121 German-owned businesses, plus nearly […]

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Friday he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, a summit he previously canceled. Trump received a top-level visitor from North Korea on Friday who came bearing a letter from the country’s dictator Kim Jong Un as the two sides work toward a meeting between the […]

(CARMEL, Ind.) — The Carmel Clay Schools have found their new superintendent right next door. Michael Beresford has spent the last quarter-century in the Hamilton Southeastern Schools in neighboring Fishers, and is currently an assistant superintendent there. Both districts are affluent and high-performing academically, but Beresford says his first 100 days will be spent building […]

INDIANAPOLIS — An 18-year-old man has been arrested and charged in Tuesday’s fatal shooting at an east side liquor store. Anthony Steele is accused of murdering 18-year-old Elijah Lacey as he sat in his pickup truck outside the Crown Liquor store and Waffle House near 21st Street and N. Post Road. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department […]

Photo Credit- Drew Angerer /Getty Images Leland Vittert of Fox News joins Tony Katz to expand on the aluminum and steel tariffs on the E.U, Mexico and Canada. What are the implications behind the decision and what are the potential consequences? “He hasn’t been able to get healthcare done and a couple other things he hasn’t […]

MUNCIE, Ind. — Now that Sears has announced it is closing three of its Indiana stores, an economics professor believes the closures will have a bigger impact on Muncie than in Castleton and Lafayette. “For Castleton and Lafayette it shouldn’t be much of a problem.  Both of those [cities&#93 are growing and I think the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Sears announced Thursday that they would be closing dozens of stores nationwide including three in and around Indianapolis.  The struggling company said it identified nearly 100 Sears and Kmart stores that are not turning a profit and they have chosen 63 of them that will be closing in the “near future.” The three […]

FISHERS, Ind.–Criminal charges are being filed against a man accused of recording a woman inside a Kroger restroom.  Matthew Martin, 31, faces one felony count of voyeurism stemming from a May 25 incident at the Kroger store at 116th Street and Cumberland Road.  A probable cause affidavit filed yesterday says a woman told police she […]

Although we pride ourselves on covering elections in our LNG (Legitimate News Guy)  capacity, there was one that nearly got past us;  the election for a spot on the Board of Trustees for Indiana University. Now for someone who is an Illini, IU doesn’t show up much on my radar screen for anything, until now. Several […]

HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. — Police are looking for a suspect in a robbery and assault who led officers on a chase that ended when his car crashed into a house. A spokesperson with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said a suspect, believed to be 19 years old, robbed and pistol-whipped a man late Thursday night near […]