STATEWIDE — Overdose deaths are down Indiana, leading to the second highest percentage decrease in the United States. A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows a near-18-percent decrease in Indiana overdose deaths. Over 107,000 fatal drug overdoses happened in the United States last year, says the CDC. That’s a 3-percent […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Your governor is more focused on his final days in office rather than speculation about his successor, sticking by his “policy over persona” mentality. “With each of our agendas that we put forward, we were very transparent,” said Governor Eric Holcomb Tuesday, “there are key issues that need to be addressed.” That was […]

STATEWIDE — The general election will see Sen. Mike Braun square off with Dr. Jennifer McCormick in the race for governor this coming November. Braun beat out five other GOP candidates in the primary while McCormick ran unopposed on the Democratic side. Now that the primaries have come and gone, McCormick said she is looking […]

WASHINGTON — You may have heard that President Biden may stop certain weapons shipments to Israel, and some Hoosier leaders are not pleased. Biden recently announced that he plans to stop shipments if Israel’s military fully invades the city of Rafah, following attempts to encourage a ceasefire with Palestinian militant group Hamas. But, many Republicans […]

JASPER, Ind. – State Police are investigating after an ATM was robbed early Wednesday morning, and they now think this might be connected to another theft from September. Around 3 a.m., the Spencer County Sheriff’s Office learned that an ATM had been pulled from its pedestal.  Officers believe a pickup truck stolen from Dubois County […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may not have seen him in many debates this Spring, but current Senator Mike Braun still managed to beat his opponents and secure the Republican nomination to be Indiana’s next governor. Braun got about 39% of the votes Tuesday evening, with Suzanne Crouch getting 22% and Brad Chambers getting 17%. Democrat Jennifer […]

STATEWIDE–Today is the May Primary. The polls are open until 6 pm all across Indiana. Marion County Clerk Kate Sweeney Bell says nearly 12,000 people voted early. That’s a roughly 2% turnout, which is similar to 2022. Hamilton, Monroe and Hendricks counties all report turnout in the low 5% range. Voters who went to vote […]

Former presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy believes in the importance of local voting, which includes Indiana’s primary tomorrow. Ramaswamy was in town late last week speaking at the Hamilton Co. Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Dinner in Noblesville. He spoke about the importance of voters making it out to their local polling stations. Vivek told Hammer and […]

STATEWIDE — Rebuilding the Republican Party starts with a local, on the ground boost from places like Indiana, so says a national GOP politician. Former 2024 Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is no stranger to Indiana, it’s politicians and voters, and that’s why he made it a point to stop by Hamilton County last week […]

SALEM, Ind. –The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is trying to find a boy in Indiana who has been missing for more than a year. They say they could use your help in trying to find 17-year-old Samuel Rios. Rios was 16 when he went missing from his home in Salem on April […]