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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Pacers are working with the city of Indianapolis to introduce 250 e-bikes into their bikeshare program by spring of 2024. The additional e-bikes will be funded through a federal grant worth 1.2 million dollars. This is the third time in ten years that the bikeshare program has received grant funding. “In […]

NATIONAL — If you hear an alarm or see a message pop up on your phone, TV screen, or other devices Wednesday afternoon, try not to worry. If you get these warnings, you will be part of the majority of Americans, as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and others will be working together to […]

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STATEWIDE — The Indiana State Police have received a wave of concerns over an apparent phone scam where a scammer is using a caller ID that displays the Indiana State Police and the phone number for the Putnamville post. The caller then tells whoever is on the other end of the line that they are […]

STATEWIDE — If you are an AES Indiana customer, you might notice an increase in your monthly utility costs next year. A press release Wednesday noted that a rate increase would help “meet future reliability and customer needs.” The company cites recent inflation, “enhancements to customer systems,” and its vegetation management plan as some reasons […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Atarraya Inc., a Mexico-based tech company specializing in shrimp farming equipment, has introduced a sustainable seafood solution in Indianapolis. Their Shrimpbox operations utilize an artificial intelligence-powered farm-to-table model, providing locally grown shrimp to the community. The project, which aims to revolutionize the shrimp industry, showcases Atarraya’s innovative technology at their advanced shrimp […]

COLUMBUS — The Columbus Fire Department went to an administration building Wednesday afternoon after an electrical fire set off alarms. When firefighters got to the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation administration building, they did not see any obvious signs of a blaze.  However, after entering the building, they realized that there had likely been an electrical […]

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA has successfully launched its Artemis One moon rocket following a number of delays. The overnight launch from Kennedy Space Center marks the first step in returning Americans to the moon and eventually onto Mars. It’s an un-crewed, weeks-long mission that will circle the moon and come back. Later down the […]

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana Senator Todd Young says he sees progress on a long-stalled bill aimed at building the U.S.’s high-tech industry. It’s been more than a year since 19 Republicans joined most Senate Democrats to pass a bill which seeks to help American companies compete with China in producing and developing items like semiconductors and […]

(WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.) – Purdue is launching a feasibility study to see if nuclear power makes sense for the campus’s energy needs: Four Purdue engineering professors will work with Duke Energy experts to study nuclear power for the university. President Mitch Daniels says it’s just a study, not a firm commitment, and will take a […]

(WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.) – Purdue says it’s already talking to Ukrainian college professors about its offer of wartime research fellowships. Purdue announced last week it’ll make room for up to 20 instructors or doctoral students to spend a year continuing research projects in West Lafayette. Dean of international programs Mike Brzezinski says Purdue faculty members […]