(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – President Trump’s summit with North Korea is drawing cautious reviews from some members of Indiana’s congressional delegation.  Democrat Senator Joe Donnelly says the progress toward ending the nuclear threat from North Korea is “laudable,” but says he’s concerned about the halt to U.S. military exercises with South Korea. He calls those exercises […]

LAGRANGE COUNTY, Ind. – The driver who crashed into a buggy on Saturday, killing two people, faces  criminal charges in LaGrange County. Jazieel DeLeon, 21, of Ligonier, faces two counts of Operating While Intoxicated Causing Death. DeLeon hit a buggy on County Road 800 South, leading to deaths of 44-year-old Velda Miller of Ligonier and her 15-year-old daughter, […]

MUNCIE, Ind. — Now that North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un has met with President Trump and signed an agreement to turn back its nuclear program, Dr. Chad Kinsella, a political science professor at Ball State University says he doesn’t think North Korea will follow through given its history. “North Korea has just historically been a not […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Dollar General is offering a $10,000 reward for information connected to a robbery at an Indianapolis location last month, where an employee was killed. Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called to the Dollar General in the 5400 block of Emerson Way at about 4 p.m. on May 27. They found an employee […]

INDIANAPOLIS — While the baby ducks floated, the car sank. A man ended up in a retention pond at the Castleton Manor Apartments Monday night, after he swerved to miss a group of baby ducks crossing the road.  The Indianapolis Fire Department says the man got out of the car safely, but the car was […]

EVANSVILLE, Ind.–A judge in Vanderburgh County has resigned after the Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications found he had inappropriate relationships with court employees and attorneys on court property, during work hours. Vanderburgh County Magistrate Jeffrey T. Shoulders has also agreed he will not seek or accept judicial office in the future, said a news release […]

LAWRENCE, Ind. — A teenager’s birthday party turned violent over the weekend when a fight broke out at the Lawrence Lion’s Club and five kids, all under the age of 15, were shot. Four of those kids received non-life-threatening injuries, but family members say 14-year-old Daron Johnson is now fighting for his life at Riley Hospital […]

SHIRLEY, Ind.–A man from Shirley has been missing since May 29.  The Henry County Sheriff’s Office says Vernon Vierra, 63, is 5’7″ and weighs 200 pounds. Vierra has salt and pepper hair with brown eyes.  Vierra was last seen at a motel in Anderson. He may have a small Yorkie-Westie mix dog and be driving […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – A purge of Indiana’s voter registration rolls is on hold after a federal court order. A law passed last year requires Indiana to cross-check its voter rolls against a multi-state database maintained by the Kansas secretary of state, and weed out any duplicates. That purge was to begin next month. But Common Cause […]

FISHERS, Ind. — If you have a child that’s a history buff, a great way to kick off their summer vacation may be to take them on a ride on an authentic B-17 Flying Fortress. The “Madras Maiden” is back in town. The Liberty Foundation will be giving rides to people on the WWII bomber […]