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VIGO COUNTY, Ind.--An officer fired his gun and one person was killed in a shooting Thursday in Terre Haute. At about 11:30 am, the Terre Haute Police Department was called to 1st Avenue and were told that a husband and wife were having an argument. “We were told that someone was being stabbed inside the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Some have been saying it was a “clerical error,” and now the FBI is responding. You might have heard reports that tracking down a suspect in the Delphi case was delayed due to a “clerical error.”  FBI Indianapolis issued a response to those claims Thursday. The statement says: As stated in the past […]

WASHINGTON-–Indiana Republican Senator Mike Braun is one of four GOP Senators telling Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to pass a short-term spending bill to avoid a government shutdown. Lawmakers have until December 16th to get a new spending deal done to prevent that. What those four Senators don’t want is for Congress to agree on an […]

INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD thinks they have found the man responsible for multiple robberies around the city, they announced Thursday. The department’s Covert Robbery Unit began looking into certain business robberies in December of 2021.  They found Jovonni Sanders to be a likely suspect. He was arrested in April.  Officers searched his home and car, where […]

LAKE COUNTY — An Indiana State Police trooper’s marked car was hit late Wednesday night on I-80. Trooper Riley Hieb was parked near mile-marker 11.3 to help direct traffic following a crash between a car and a semi.  Around 11:15 p.m., 67-year-old Jose Huizar-Hernandez rear-ended him. Both men were taken to Northlake Methodist Hospital with […]

AUBURN, Ind.--A man from Fort Wayne was arrested for shooting at another man who was in a car Wednesday night. State police say Joseph Alan Fisher, 39, became “enraged with another man that was with Fisher’s ex-girlfriend” just after 6. They believe he fired shots at the man who was in a parked car on […]

WASHINGTON — The White House wants the deal to avoid a rail strike on the president’s desk by the weekend. The Biden administration says that time is of the essence as we get closer to a deadline to get a deal enacted, otherwise thousands of rail workers intend to strike which would shut down the […]

INDIANAPOLIS–When Adam Collar began installing a sewer pipe for a new neighborhood in east Marion County, near the Hancock County line Wednesday morning, he had no idea that he’d be stuck under three ft. of densely packed dirt for more than three hours. At 11:23, Indianapolis Fire Dept. personnel got the call that dirt had […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A man was found shot to death in the backyard of a house on the northwest side of Indianapolis. A neighbor called police just before 8 p.m. and alerted them to the shooting. The shooting happened on West 29th St., near I-65 and just east of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. Police did not […]

STATE WIDE–If you already teach or have a Bachelor’s degree, you could help provide a service that’s now much-needed in Indiana, teaching English to people who don’t know the language. It’s through a new program called Indiana Teachers of English Learners Licensure. The state is changing, and more people are coming here who don’t speak […]