(INDIANAPOLIS) – As school starts to let out, Indiana’s summer school lunch program is revving up. The U.S. Department of Agriculture began funding the Summer Food Service Program 40 years ago, to ensure kids who rely on the school lunch program don’t go without nutritious meals during the summer. Last year, Indiana served 3,000,000 meals statewide […]

FRANKLIN, Ind.  — A construction worker was beaten in Franklin after telling a driver to slow down in a work zone. The worker was helping to pour concrete on Acorn Boulevard Monday morning when he and another worker were nearly hit by a speeding white car, reports The Daily Journal.  The man told police that […]

KOKOMO, Ind. — A Kokomo mother has been charged after two children in her care tested positive for meth. An officer with the Kokomo Police Department responded to a DCS call after Angel Cooper kept rescheduling doctor’s appointments, then not showing up to the new times. The appointments were for Cooper’s child. The child, initials BR, was born […]

BEDFORD, Ind. — A Bedford fast food worker might have exposed customers to hepatitis A, according to the Lawrence County Health Department. County health officials say that an employee at the Burger King at 2601 16th Street came in to work ill several times during the last two weeks of May. The health department recommends […]

INDIANAPOLIS – The porn actress who claims to have had an affair with President Donald Trump is appearing this month at an Indianapolis strip club.    An ad on the website for The Pony Club says Daniels will be at the venue on Lafayette Road on June 20 as part of her “Make America Horny […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Another Marion County township fire department is considering a merger with the Indianapolis Fire Department. Over the years, Washington, Lawrence, Warren, Franklin and Perry townships have consolidated with IFD. Now, Pike Township is taking a serious look at it. The Pike Township Trustee has given the go-ahead for a resolution to be drawn up […]

Story by Network Indiana’s Darrin Wright FT. WAYNE, Ind.–Four officers and an inmate from the Allen County Jail were hospitalized after being exposed to drug fumes inside the jail yesterday.  Captain Steve Stone of the Allen County Sheriff’s Department said two officers were searching a jail cell when they found a towel covering a toilet. […]

BROWNSBURG, Ind.–The former orchestra teacher at Brownsburg High School says he was forced to resign because he refused to follow a policy that requires teachers to call transgender students by their preferred name instead of their birth name.  What the e-mail said John Kluge was an orchestra teacher at Brownsburg High School for four years. […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The Indy Pride Festival and Parade is expected to bring in 50,000 people to the capital city Saturday, and will be a concern for people driving downtown. The parade is one of the largest LGBTQ gatherings in the Midwest, said Chris Handberg, with Indy Pride. “At the beginning of May we sold out of parade […]

NOBLESVILLE, Ind--The 13-year-old student who is accused of shooting his classmate Ella Whistler, and their teacher Jason Seaman, will not be tried as an adult, but rather as a “delinquent child”, said the Hamilton County prosecutor. The prosecutor said in a statement that the child could only be charged as an adult, had the murder […]