INDIANAPOLIS — The first legitimate polling data is out when it comes to the race for mayor of Indianapolis. In a poll commissioned by Indy Politics and Crossroads Public Affairs and conducted by ARW Strategies, current Mayor Joe Hogsett holds a ten-point lead over his Republican challenger Jefferson Shreve. Among 400 likely voters in Indianapolis, […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Monroe County Health Department is urging some guardians to take their Rogers Elementary School students to their doctors, in an effort to address the possible spread of meningitis. WISH-TV reports that a student at the Bloomington school may have meningitis – an infection that affects the nervous system.  Symptoms include fevers, […]

WESTFIELD, Ind. — The mayor of Westfield, Indiana is currently in the hospital with COVID-19. According to a Friday update from the City of Westfield, Mayor Andy Cook tested positive for the virus after getting back from vacation.  At this time, he is “hospitalized and receiving treatment for the virus with complications.” While it is […]

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — The bodies of a student and a flight instructor who went missing Wednesday have been found. Controllers at the Evansville airport claim they lost contact with the plane Wednesday night.  Police say they later found the wreckage of a Piper PA-28 plane in Ohio County, Kentucky. The student was flying from Bowling […]

GREENFIELD, Ind.–The Greenfield Police Department has released an app for your phone that allows people to submit tips anonymously. With it, they hope to both solve crimes and connect with the public more quickly. “Developed by tip411, the Greenfield PD app puts a powerful new crime-fighting tool into the hands of community members of all […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Rebuilding the image of downtown Indianapolis takes much more than just addressing violent crime, says the Republican candidate for mayor. “We have to get public safety right or none of the other pieces can fall into place,” said Jefferson Shreve in a Tuesday press conference, “this is still my commitment. But today, I […]

INDIANAPOLIS — City employees are being brought back to downtown Indianapolis. In a press release Monday, the office of Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett announced a three-part plan to improve access to service you need and save taxpayer money. The plan includes renovations to the City-County Building (CCB) and a plan to slowly move city employees, […]

WASHINGTON — Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is hopeful that Congress can avoid a government shutdown. During an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, Buttigieg expressed his concern over the possibility of a shutdown, calling it “no way to run the government of the most powerful nation on Earth.”   “Some of the very […]

Local News

STATEWIDE — The Indiana State Department of Agriculture announced on Monday the development of a free soil sampling initiative with the Gulf Hypoxia Program. Titled “Indiana’s Mississippi River Basin Soil Sampling Program” the ISDA is hoping to promote their 4R framework with farmers from around the state. The 4Rs are “Right Source, Right Rate, Right […]

STATEWIDE — It is almost time for farmers to begin harvesting their crops, so first responders around the state are encouraging you to be extra cautious on the roads. First responders are reminding you to be patient, as you will see quite a bit of agricultural equipment (combines, tractors, etc.) on the roads this season. […]