Sentiment – Amused

WASHINGTON-–Indiana Republican Senator Mike Braun is one of four GOP Senators telling Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to pass a short-term spending bill to avoid a government shutdown. Lawmakers have until December 16th to get a new spending deal done to prevent that. What those four Senators don’t want is for Congress to agree on an […]

AUBURN, Ind.--A man from Fort Wayne was arrested for shooting at another man who was in a car Wednesday night. State police say Joseph Alan Fisher, 39, became “enraged with another man that was with Fisher’s ex-girlfriend” just after 6. They believe he fired shots at the man who was in a parked car on […]

ANDERSON, Ind.–Two men got into an argument in Anderson and one of them shot the other one with a crossbow. Police say that happened Wednesday afternoon on Fletcher Street. They say the man who shot the crossbow is 30-year-old Frederic Clamme. They are trying to figure out what the argument was about and why it […]

STATEWIDE–Gas prices have been dropping for three straight weeks. That is a trend that could be stopping soon, but that remains unclear. “We could see an end to it. The only reason we haven’t seen prices move up is because there was a lot of margin. As prices have come down, stations have lowered their […]

MUNSTER — An historic Gary book club celebrated its 101st anniversary Saturday in Munster. Booklovers Club was founded in 1921.  The Times of Northwest Indiana reports that it was a book club for Black women who were not allowed to join other, segregated book clubs. The group has always comprised of a maximum of 14 […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The City of Indianapolis is putting on the “Why We Serve” campaign. Its goal is to convince police officers and recruits across the Midwest to come to Indianapolis and help fight violence. “This all out recruitment effort addresses a critical component of our three-year anti-violence strategy—a fully staffed IMPD. Not only can more officers in […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Frost advisories, watches, and warnings have been issued all across Indiana by the National Weather Service. Many areas of the state are expected to get frost both Saturday and Sunday. There is, however, more likely to be frost in rural areas than urban ones. “For example, downtown Indianapolis may retain the heat enough to where […]

FISHERS — The Fishers Police Department is offering some advice on how to stay safe this Halloween. Police Chief Ed Gebhart has a list of tips for trick-or-treaters and their families.  It advises: 1. Give and accept pre-packaged candy only.  Homemade treats should not be handed out or consumed. 2. Only go to houses that […]

Nigel is back after being out for a couple of days due to Lymphadenitis. What is Lymphadenitis? It’s an enlargement in one or more lymph nodes, usually due to infection. Nigel tells the story of how he got it and explains who he looks like. Nigel’s infected neck pic.twitter.com/UZEwii0Nvl — Hammer and Nigel (@hammerandnigel) September […]

NOBLESVILLE, Ind.–The store, My Inner Baby, closed in Noblesville August 10. A judge heard arguments Thursday over whether it can reopen. Noblesville city leaders say the store violated its zoning ordinance. The Noblesville Board of Zoning Appeals said the store violated its “light industrial” zoning status by selling sex toys. When it was open, it […]