LONG BEACH, Calif. — What would you say is best to win a race: youthful talent or veteran experience? On Sunday under a sunny clear sky in southern California, Scott Dixon proved, at least on this day, that the latter seems to prevail. Dixon and his crew, who started 8th, took a gamble after a […]

MARION COUNTY, Ind. — If you attended the solar eclipse event at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, you may have been exposed to measles. The Marion County Public Health Department says the April 8th event had one out-of-state visitor in attendance who was infected. No confirmed cases of measles in Marion County have been reported, […]

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CLOVERDALE, Ind. (WISH) — A funeral service will be Sunday afternoon for a Hendricks County deputy who was electrocuted Monday while responding to a crash. The funeral of Deputy Fred Fislar will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday at Cloverdale High School, which is in Putnam County. Visitation will start at 1:30 p.m. at the school […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Spring and fall are called transitional seasons for a reason. This week is a perfect example of that definition, say the weather experts. Sunday starts the week with chilly temperatures that drop down near freezing, creating the need for a frost advisory that will continue through Monday morning. But that’s when the forecast […]

MARION COUNTY, Ind. — When you send your kids to school, you want to be sure they’re safe. School police departments are key to keeping the kids safe, and that’s why one of the top cops in Indianapolis want school police departments supported. In a statement released Friday, Marion County Sheriff Kerry Forestal said he […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Police in Indianapolis arrested several people and collected a large amount guns and drugs this week. In a joint operation between Indianapolis Metro Police, Violent Crimes Task Force and SWAT, officers executed a search warrant at West 32nd Street. That operation led to the arrests of four men: John Whitfield, Deandre Miller, Arian […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A two-year transportation planning study called ProPEL Indy will determine INDOT’s next major projects. The study will focus on improving the roads within the I-465 Loop in Indianapolis. Leaders say its goal is to improve transportation, fairness, economic opportunities, and overall well-being. The main focus will be upgrading I-65 and I-70 inside the […]

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A school in Lafayette is the first in the state to move to a four-day school week. Vinton Elementary School is implementing the new calendar. During a school board meeting on Wednesday leaders with the Lafayette School Corporation approved the change. The school district got a waiver from the state to proceed […]

STATEWIDE — Saturday is a symbolic day for people throughout the country who support the use of marijuana. Saturday is 4/20. “4/20 is the unofficial marijuana liberation day,” said Keith Johnson with Indiana NORML on Indy Politics. “It started back in the ’70s.” More specifically, 4/20 has its origins in California where a group of […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have seen more fire trucks than normal in the Circle City this week, as well as crowds of people wearing red or blue shirts, there is a reason for that. FDIC International is happening now at the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium. This year’s Fire Department Instructors Conference kicked […]