(INDIANAPOLIS) – The U.S. says it’s going ahead with a fresh round of tariffs on China. Indiana Senator Todd Young says he has concerns about that plan: Young says he agrees with President Trump’s goal of cracking down on unfair Chinese trade practices. He says China should be held accountable for predatory pricing and stealing […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – A federal judge has brought a quick end to Attorney General Curtis Hill’s bid to block a settlement expanding satellite voting in Marion County. Solicitor General Tom Fisher argued a consent decree to add at least five early-voting locations should be revised because it wasn’t approved unanimously, and makes a commitment to satellite […]

ARLINGTON, Va. — The lone dog tag that North Korea provided with 55 boxes of human remains last month belonged to an Army medic from Indiana. Master Sgt. Charles Hobert McDaniel, of Indianapolis, was killed in combat in North Korea’s Nammyon River valley in Nov. 1950.  In a ceremony Wednesday in Arlington, Va., the representatives from […]

MUNCIE, Ind. — A Muncie man arrested outside Muncie Central High School had ten knives strapped to his body, hidden under a long leather coat, say police. Thomas Owens, 18, was arrested by shortly after classes let out Wednesday by a school security officer who is also a member of the Muncie Police Department. He is not a […]

SHELBYVILLE, Ind. — Shelbyville Central Schools plans to convert an empty Marsh supermarket building into a preschool to address a growing need in the district.    The site of the former grocery store is at the intersection of State Road 44 and Amos Road.  It was was purchased by the Shelbyville Central School District.   […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A 7-year-old boy got lost in Indianapolis Tuesday after somebody at his school told him he had to walk home.  Deshawn Yarbrough, 7, was supposed to get on a bus Tuesday after school at Ralph Waldo Emerson School 58. Instead, he crossed two busy streets, New York and Washington, right as rush hour […]

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — One man beaten to death on US 30. Fort Wayne police responded to a called on eastbound US 30 in Fort Wayne Wednesday night, WOWO reports. Witnesses say a man got out of his car and went up to another car at the US 33 Interchange, and beat the driver. The […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Attorney General Curtis Hill is getting some backlash from one of his colleagues over early voting sites in Marion County. Last summer Common Cause Indiana sued the Marion County election board over the amount of satellite voting locations that were available to voters in the last election. The argued the county’s singular early […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you drive North Meridian Street as part of your normal route, you may want to look for a detour. Red Line construction will have a good portion of the road down to only two lanes for the next several months.  The two southbound lanes of North Meridian Street between 18th Street and […]

WINCHESTER, Ind.–Thousands of people in Indiana are being treated for addiction to pain meds and heroin. Some of those Hoosiers are pregnant women, and some of those women have babies that are born addicted. Hope for those babies and the mothers, may be in a residential treatment program. “A lot of our NICUs (intensive care […]