PARIS, France. — The ongoing effort by Michael Andretti to join as a team owner in the ranks of Formula One took a major step forward this week. On Monday, the FIA, which is the governing body of all international motorsport racing including Formula One, gave full approval for Andretti Formula Racing LLC to become […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — Shamiya Hunt, 37, of Indianapolis was sentenced to 76 months in federal prison on Monday for pleading guilty to bank robbery and attempted bank robbery. Court documents say that on October 25th, 2022, Hunt would enter a Chase Bank in Speedway, Indiana. She would hand the teller a note demanding money to be […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The family of Anthony Maclin has filed a civil lawsuit against the three officers present for his shooting, the chief of police, and the city of Indianapolis. “Today, we filed a complaint against all three officers,” says the Maclin family attorney during a Monday press conference, “including the supervisor who fired one shot, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The first legitimate polling data is out when it comes to the race for mayor of Indianapolis. In a poll commissioned by Indy Politics and Crossroads Public Affairs and conducted by ARW Strategies, current Mayor Joe Hogsett holds a ten-point lead over his Republican challenger Jefferson Shreve. Among 400 likely voters in Indianapolis, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Congress avoided a government shutdown on Saturday right as time was expiring to get a deal through both chambers and President Biden’s desk. The spending plan essentially gives lawmakers an extension to work out a more long-term spending plan. This deal will keep the government open for 45-days and gives funding to all […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts were down by three scores midway through the second half as they took on the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Anthony Richardson, in his first game back from being sidelined with a concussion and overcoming a slow start to the game, orchestrated a stunning comeback for the Colts to force overtime. […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Fire Department retrieved a police drone that had been caught on top of a crane over the weekend. The crane placed near the “Rise on Meridian” apartments on South Meridian Street was scaled by a firefighter who climbed up 130-feet to retrieve the drone caught just short of an additional 160 […]

WASHINGTON – In what might seem like a surprising turn of events, lawmakers have reached a temporary agreement that will prevent the U.S. Government from shutting down…for now. With only hours to spare before their deadline, members of Congress agreed on a 45-day stopgap deal.  As this likely implies, coming to an agreement was not […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Monroe County Health Department is urging some guardians to take their Rogers Elementary School students to their doctors, in an effort to address the possible spread of meningitis. WISH-TV reports that a student at the Bloomington school may have meningitis – an infection that affects the nervous system.  Symptoms include fevers, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — One man has died after a beam collapsed near Methodist Hospital Saturday morning. Officers say the beam fell near West 16th Street and North Senate Avenue.  It is not clear what caused the collapse at this time. In a statement, IU Health claimed the man was a construction worker.  The organization wrote, “We […]