MARION COUNTY, Ind. — When you send your kids to school, you want to be sure they’re safe. School police departments are key to keeping the kids safe, and that’s why one of the top cops in Indianapolis want school police departments supported. In a statement released Friday, Marion County Sheriff Kerry Forestal said he […]

STATEWIDE — Saturday is a symbolic day for people throughout the country who support the use of marijuana. Saturday is 4/20. “4/20 is the unofficial marijuana liberation day,” said Keith Johnson with Indiana NORML on Indy Politics. “It started back in the ’70s.” More specifically, 4/20 has its origins in California where a group of […]

CASS COUNTY, Ind.–Arthur “Don” Morphet is 101 years old and lives in Cass County. This year he decided to vote for the upcoming primary in person instead of by absentee ballot. Cass County Clerk Destry Richey commended Morphet. “Our team was so honored to be there when Mr. Morphet came in to cast his ballot.  […]

HUNTINGTON COUNTY, Ind. — State Police are investigating after a Fort Wayne teenager died in a crash on I-69 Tuesday morning. Officers say they found 19-year-old Quentin Crawford in a car near mile-marker 287. This is south of Markle, in Huntington County. Crawford’s car was in the median, and it had suffered “heavy front end […]

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. — After an officer-involved shooting Wednesday that left one person dead, State Police have identified the deputies who fired shots. They say Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department Deputies Phelan Montgomery and Hunter Givens fired shots in the incident that led to the death of 54-year-old Cameron Atkins. Officers went to Atkins’ home on […]

STATEWIDE — You may have heard Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita call for abortion records to be made public. His opponent says absolutely not. In an opinion issued Thursday, Attorney General Rokita, a Republican who recently filed for re-election, said “terminated pregnancy records” should be made public to make sure people performing abortions are following […]

STATEWIDE — Several counties across Indiana have been contaminated with toxic “forever chemicals”, and now Indiana’s attorney general is suing the people responsible. The “forever chemicals” are otherwise referred to as PFAS chemicals, said Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita in a Wednesday press conference. Rokita said the chemicals resist grease, oil, water and heat, basically […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Holcomb will be traveling south this Friday as he heads to Brazil and Mexico on another international economic development trip. This marks the Governor’s first visit to both Brazil and Mexico. He will be gone for a week from Friday, April 12th, to Friday, April 19th. He will be accompanied by representatives […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Early voting for the May 7 primary election has begun. It started on April 9 and runs until noon Monday May 6. If you are already registered to vote and have a photo ID, you can vote early in person. If you are sick, injured, scheduled to work or unable to find transportation to the […]

STEUBEN COUNTY, Ind. — Running from officers and trying to drown one of their K-9s are just some of the crimes for which a man and woman have been charged. Police went to a property in Scott Township Monday afternoon, after learning that the man and woman were trespassing. There, they say they saw Skyler […]