WASHINGTON — Indiana Senator Todd Young delivered a strong rebuke to Donald Trump on Thursday, expressing his unwillingness to support the former president in his potential 2024 run for the GOP presidential nomination. Speaking to reporters in Washington D.C., Young made it clear that he would not back his fellow Republican in the upcoming campaign. […]

STATEWIDE — The lawsuit against TikTok, filed by Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, has taken a hit. Judge Craig Bobay of Fort Wayne filed a ruling stating the act of downloading TikTok, a free app, doesn’t equal an actual “consumer transaction” under Indiana law, nor does it give Indiana any power of how TikTok chooses […]

STINESVILLE, Ind. — Severe storms have destroyed homes and killed several people in Indiana over the last few months. Recovery centers continue to open in several counties. The latest center will open in Stinesville, which is about a half-hour northeast of Bloomington in Monroe County. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) says the 7973 West […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The city of Indianapolis is taking over the financing of Kite Realty Group Trust’s redevelopment of Pan Am Plaza. The move will cost the city at least $510 million, and probably more, to build a 40-story hotel tower on the site starting this summer. The Signia by Hilton hotel will have 814 […]

STATEWIDE–Governor Holcomb signed 91 bills Thursday, one of which was a bill that requires parents to be notified if their child wants to change their name or pronoun. That law also bans human sexuality instruction from kindergarten through third grade. LGBTQ advocates have argued that the bill risks “outing” kids to their parents, which could […]

CENTRAL INDIANA–People in Carmel, Westfield, Zionsville, and Greenwood were just some of the many citizens who voted in mayoral elections in the May Primary Tuesday night. Former WTHR TV anchor John Stehr won the Republican primary for Zionsville Mayor. “Communication has broken down completely in our town and if you don’t communicate with someone, it’s […]

STATEWIDE — It’s primary election night in the Hoosier State. Dr. Laura Wilson, political science professor at the University of Indianapolis talks with 93 WIBC about this election cycle and why your local races may be more important than you think.

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear a new challenge to Indiana’s law requiring burial or cremation of fetal remains from abortions. The court announced its decision Monday morning. The law, passed in 2016, requires medical providers to dispose of fetal remains through either burial or cremation, or allow the mother to […]

WASHINGTON — You may remember when over 20 tornados touched down in Indiana, destroying homes and killing several people. Your senator is pushing for legislation to better prepare for another tornado outbreak. The TORNADO Act (Tornado Observation Research Notification and Deployment to Operations), authored by Indiana Senator Todd Young and Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker, would […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Donald Rainwater has decided to seek the Libertarian nomination for Indiana Governor in 2024. Rainwater’s campaign for Governor in 2020 drew nearly 12% of the vote, which was the highest ever in Indiana by a Libertarian statewide candidate in a three-way race. He says it’s time to build on that. “I believe that the three […]