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WASHINGTON, D.C.— Four of Indiana’s Republican House members voted to rebuke the president for pulling out of Syria.  Representatives Larry Bucshon, Susan Brooks, Jim Banks and Jackie Walorski, sides with Democrats Andre Carson and Pete Visclosky, in a House resolution. Representatives Jim Baird, Trey Hollingsworth and Greg Pence opposed the largely symbolic resolution, which not […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana manufacturers say they’re doing well, but they’d be doing better if they could fill their open jobs. IU Kelley School of Business Professor Mark Frohlich says a rough rule of thumb  is that every job you have to leave unfilled slices $250,000 to $500,000 off your bottom line — you can’t sell […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may have already seen a few shooting stars in the sky this month but get ready for a bigger show next week. The Orionid meteor shower begins in early October and runs through the first week of November. The peak, which is where you can see the most shooting stars at once, […]

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A man accused of selling the powerful opioid that led to a deadly overdose in July is now being held in the Marion County Jail. The arrest marks the first time the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has used a new state law to hold drug dealers responsible for deaths caused by what […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The buck stops with the mayor, said Indy Mayor Joe Hogsett, Wednesday. Hogsett, a Democrat seeking a second term, said he believes in his police chief and in what his administration has been doing to reduce violent crime. “The level of gun violence that Indianapolis has experienced, and frankly most other urban areas throughout the […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – The White River State Park amphitheater is adding permanent seats and a permanent stage. The 17-million-dollar upgrade to The Lawn actually began this year with 16 new restrooms, after years of steering concertgoers to Port-a-Potties or the nearby visitors center. Next sweason, there’ll be 40 more, to go with 3,000 permanent seats. There’ll […]

PENDLETON, Ind. — An Indiana State Trooper was in the right place at the right time on Tuesday and saved a woman’s life. Senior Trooper Scott Keegan was eating lunch at Hacienda Vieja restaurant when a server got his attention and gestured to him that a 75-year-old woman was choking. Keegan jumped up, hit the woman […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You might say it is a sign the holidays are getting closer. On Tuesday, electricians began checking the bulbs for the Circle of Lights presentation on Monument Circle. At the Indiana State Fairgrounds, retired electricians from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 481 checked each bulb and inspected all of the wires, making […]

STATEWIDE--A person from Indiana is among 21 people in the U.S. who got sick from salmonella. The Centers for Disease Control believes the cause of the outbreak may be pet turtles.  Turtles can carry salmonella germs in their droppings while appearing healthy and clean, says the CDC. These germs can easily spread to their bodies, […]

SEYMOUR, Ind. — Seymour police said Tuesday an infant was left in a bag on the city’s southeast side. A person walking their dog called the police just before 4 p.m. Tuesday and said they found the infant on South Jackson Park Drive, according to a news release from Detective Sgt. C.J. Foster. The infant […]