Local News

INDIANAPOLIS — An officer with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources is trying to use state law to have the government pay money owed from losing a civil court case. According to court documents back in December of 2012, Kailee Leonard accidentally hit and killed the dog of DNR officer Scott Johnson. She would leave […]

INDIANAPOLIS — AES Indiana wants you to pay more for your electric bill, and you have a chance to say something about it. Public comments will be held Monday, October 2nd at the New Augusta Public Academy North auditorium on 6450 Rodebaugh Road. You will have the chance to make a public comment to the […]

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — You may already be asking yourself who the front-runner is in the race for governor when it comes to next year’s election. The reason why you may be asking that is because all five Republican candidates are already diligently campaigning, yet we haven’t even finished with the mayoral and municipal election […]

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. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The family of former State Senator Jack Sandlin is inviting you to attend his memorial services next week. The former representative recently died at the age of 72.  In honor of his life, a visitation and memorial service will be held at the Indiana Statehouse next Friday. The visitation and subsequent memorial service […]

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb Discusses Economy, Says Future is Bright GOSHEN, Ind.–The economic future of Indiana was the focus of Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s discussion at a board meeting of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) and the Indiana Economic Development Foundation, Inc in Goshen on Wednesday. More than 16,000 jobs have been added across […]

INDIANAPOLIS — As libraries and school districts around the state discuss re-shelving or removing certain young adult books, Hoosiers have begun opening bookstores in an effort to protect debated titles. The Indy Star reports that entrepreneurs like author Leah Johnson are opening local shops that sell a variety of titles, including those that address underrepresented […]

Rep. Victoria Spartz Disagrees with House Speaker McCarthy on How to Handle Spending WASHINGTON–Congress is trying to avoid a government shutdown. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy wants to pass a short-term spending plan that would extend the deadline past September 30th, but Indiana Republican Congresswoman Victoria Spartz says that’s not the right way to do it. […]

Indiana Senator Mike Braun Endorses Donald Trump for President JASPER, Ind.–Indiana Republican Senator Mike Braun is endorsing Donald Trump for President in 2024. Braun says he’s seen firsthand how the “Washington swamp” works against Hoosiers and works overtime to hamper prosperity. “Donald Trump is a businessman and outsider. Together, we took on the Washington swamp […]

Complaint Filed Against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita INDIANAPOLIS–A complaint against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita was filed Monday morning by the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission. That commission says there are three counts of professional misconduct against Rokita for his handling of the Dr. Caitlin Bernard case. Bernard is an Indianapolis doctor who performed […]