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NATION WIDE — A massive computer outage hit the Federal Aviation Administration Wednesday morning, impacting thousands of flights scheduled throughout the United States. The FAA says it still working to fully restore the Notice to Air Missions system and is making some progress. The grounds order has been lifted and flights are slowly getting back […]

WASHINGTON — He’s not happy with the Biden Administration’s energy plans, and he says it’s time for Congress to explore other energy solutions. Republican Dr. Larry Bucshon of Indiana told the Energy and Commerce Committee roundtable Tuesday President Biden’s “anti-energy” policies have hurt Hoosiers in small towns and big cities. “For the past two years, […]

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. House of Representatives has a new Speaker. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy finally picked up enough support from his own party to become Speaker of the House.  After 15 votes — over four days — McCarthy came out on top of a bruising battle early Saturday. The final vote was 216 votes […]

CINCINNATI, OH–Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is breathing on his own and talking to his teammates. Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest after making a routine tackle during the first quarter of Monday Night Football earlier this week against the Cincinnati Bengals. Hamlin addressed his Bills teammates through FaceTime Friday morning. Hamlin regained consciousness Wednesday night and […]

WASHINGTON — They will have to pay for the mess they caused, so says the Transportation Secretary. Former South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg tells Fox’s Special Report with Bret Baier the Biden Administration is investigating Southwest Airlines in an attempt to find out why the airline company decided to cancel and delay thousands of flights […]

HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. — He’s accused of stabbing four Idaho college students to death. Before his December arrest, Bryan Kohberger had a run-in with Indiana police. Bryan Kohberger, 28, was arrested and charged with four counts of murder on December 30th, 2022 for the deaths of four University of Idaho students. They were found stabbed […]

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Former President Trump’s tax returns are now public. The House Ways and Means Committee released Trump’s personal and business returns from 2015 through 2020 on Friday. The panel said the IRS failed to properly audit Trump’s taxes for several years while he was in office. The records also show Trump paid no income tax […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Kwanzaa is currently being celebrated across the United States, and Hoosiers can enjoy the holiday in a variety of ways. First established in the 1960s, Kwanzaa is a holiday celebrated by Black Americans that allows people to connect with each other and celebrate African culture and heritage. Amira Malcom, Acting Manager for the […]

STATEWIDE — Have you been looking for an excuse to stay in and watch Christmas movies?  Well, you might be in luck if the winter storms hit as expected. Certain films are consistently popular at this time of year.  With the prevalence of streaming services, you can now access many of these titles online. A […]

INDIANAPOLIS — In case you are planning to clear your own driveway this winter, health professionals have some warnings they would like to impart. The American Heart Association has said that certain strenuous activities, such as shoveling snow and running a snowblower, could prove dangerous if you have a preexisting heart condition or do not […]