STATEWIDE — Today will be the first major election conducted in Indiana by new Secretary of State Diego Morales. As part of the many overhauls he has in the works to make your day at the polls smoother, he says his department has rolled out a new text feature that will allow you to send […]

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The man charged in the Delphi murders wants the Indiana Supreme Court to step in and reinstate his full defense team. Attorneys for Richard Allen filed the request with the state’s highest court Monday morning. The motion asks the justices to add Andrew Baldwin and Bradley Rozzi back to Allen’s defense team. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Election Day in Indiana is on Tuesday, November 7th. Early voting ended at noon on Monday. Whether you are an experienced voter or a first-timer, it is important to know the registration process, where to vote, and what ID to bring.   According to several Hoosiers, voting at the City-County Building in downtown […]

STATEHOUSE — After hours of debate and hearing testimony from experts, state lawmakers taking part in a study committee looking into the possibility of legalizing pot in Indiana came away with no recommendations for the upcoming legislative session. In the six-hour session, they had testimony about the possibility of decriminalization of possession of the drug […]

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indiana Supreme Court issued a public reprimand today for Attorney General Todd Rokita for his public comments regarding the Dr. Caitlin Bernard case. Two justices argued for a harsher punishment, believing the discipline to be too lenient based on Rokita’s position as Attorney General. The order reads: “The Court concludes that Respondent […]

Former Attorney General Curtis Hill is running for Indiana Governor. The former Prosecutor of Elkhart Co. prides himself as a genuine conservative as he travels the state to meet potential voters. Hill has been outspoken about the harm of mandates in 2020, the individual liberties for Hoosiers, and restoring justice in the system. Hill told […]

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STATEWIDE — The U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana released a joint statement today saying that they had awarded the state of Indiana over 790,000 dollars to bolster community responses aimed at stopping domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. They made the announcement on Friday during Domestic Violence […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you live in Marion County, you can vote early – at multiple locations – starting this weekend. Eight locations will be ready Saturday for you to cast your votes early, in addition to the City-County Building. You can vote at the City-County Building from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, and […]

INDIANAPOLIS–A federal judge in Indianapolis dismissed a lawsuit on Wednesday by the Satanic Temple that challenged Indiana’s near-total abortion ban. The ruling came from Judge Jane Magnus Stinson. The Satanic Temple sued the state because they wanted to force the state to allow them to provide mail-order drugs for its members in Indiana to have […]

STATEWIDE–Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita says Indiana is one of 33 states that’s suing Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram. All of the states involved in the lawsuit say that Meta designs features to make it so that kids can get addicted easily to their platforms and did so without trying to protect […]