WASHINGTON — If you have been hearing the word “cryptocurrency” recently, but don’t really know what it means, you are not alone.  But, one Hoosier leader says it can be a dangerous tool. Essentially, cryptocurrency – or crypto – is a form of payment that is commonly used online.  Independent companies or groups keep records […]

STATEWIDE — If you are looking for a reason to celebrate this hump day, consider heading to your favorite breakfast place in honor of National Pancake Day. True, it may not be a traditional holiday, but your week could still be brightened by a stack of fluffy pancakes and a glass of orange juice (or […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember hearing about the birth of a rhino calf at the Indianapolis Zoo. Soon, you will have the opportunity to meet the newborn before she fully moves into the rhino exhibit. You will be able to meet mom Zenzele and her baby girl as part of the Rhino Adventure: Mom & […]

STATEWIDE–Air travel has increased back to pre-pandemic levels all across Indiana. “There was a double digit increase in passengers in 2023 in Indy. Passengers have been in and out of Fort Wayne International Airport by an increase of 10%. Traffic is also up in Evansville,” said Gerry Dick, President of Inside Indiana Business, in a […]

STATEWIDE–Farmers in Indiana and across the country want Congress to get a new Farm Bill passed. One of those concerned farmers is Brent Bible. He’s the Owner and Managing Partner of Stillwater Farms in Lafayette. He hopes the new bill takes unpredictable weather into account. “We see uncertainty in our weather. We see uncertainty in […]

GREENWOOD, Ind. — At least one person is hurt, and many others are displaced, after a fire at a Greenwood apartment complex Saturday morning. Greenwood firefighters were called to Polo Run Apartments a little before 2 a.m. In a Tweet, they asked that Hoosiers stay clear of the area and avoid driving over the “fire […]

STATEWIDE – You may remember hearing about efforts to “forgive” many Americans’ student loans.  Well, for more than 3,000 Hoosiers, the dream of cancelled debt is becoming a reality. The Biden Administration recently announced that the SAVE plan – short for Saving on a Valuable Education – will help about 3,300 Hoosiers and address $26 […]

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LAPORTE COUNTY, Ind. — Residents of LaPorte County are expressing worries over a proposed 2600-acre solar farm in Kankakee Township. RWE Clean Energy officials say the $700 million investment over 35 years will help provide the area with clean power. They claim benefits will include lower taxes, job creation, and increased energy production. Residents, however, […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Lawmakers passed a bill on Tuesday that changes offer and acceptance policies between Hoosiers and their bank accounts. HB 1284 will allow banks and credit unions to make changes to the deposit accounts (checking, savings, CD’s, retirement savings, etc) of Indiana bank users. HB 1284 states that if the owner of a […]

STATEWIDE — By now, you have likely seen companies hoping to hire more employees. Well, you may continue to notice “Help Wanted” signs, as a recent study shows that fewer Hoosiers are quitting their jobs. Research collected by SelectSoftware Reviews indicates that fewer people are leaving their positions in Indiana than in most other states. […]