ORLANDO, Fla. — A handful of House Republicans are in Orlando this week as the GOP puts together what it wants to accomplish for the 2023 fiscal year. The meeting is likely where Republicans will roll out a counteroffer on a budget to President Biden. The event hosted by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has two […]

KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. — A man from Columbus, Ohio and wanted out of Oklahoma has been arrested in Indiana. Indiana State Police pulled over a maroon Subaru Sunday morning around 9 o’clock for speeding. This traffic stop was on Interstate 70 near the Knightstown exit. The driver was identified as Wilmer Guerrero, 22, of Columbus, Ohio. […]

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Seven people have been shot in the past 24 hours, leaving two people dead. The most recent shooting happened Sunday morning on the city’s west side. Another shooting involved a walk-in person shot at Community Hospital South just before 4:30 a.m. Sunday. Police say the person is in stable condition. Shortly before […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have a sensitive stomach, you might have missed Saturday’s Circle City Donut Dash 5K. This event raises money for Teachers’ Treasures, a place where teachers can pick up free supplies to use in their classrooms.  Every dollar raised by the event allows Teachers’ Treasures to give away $15 worth of supplies. […]

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — A police officer who shot and killed a teenager last November is now, legally, in the clear. Fort Wayne Police Officer Andrew Fry shot and ultimately killed 18-year-old Wyatt Beckler.  Months later, the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office has ruled that Fry was “justified” in his actions. It seems that Beckler called […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The real St. Patrick may have died in 461 C.E., but that did not stop one chaplain from getting in character to visit hospital patients. Chaplain Kevin Caspersen spent time with patients and families Friday at the Ascension St. Vincent Heart Center.  His costume featured a decorated green vestment, stole, miter, and staff. […]

STATEWIDE — In honor of the day’s festivities, Hoosier leaders and organizations are hoping you will have a safe and healthy St. Patrick’s Day. By now, you have probably heard countless messages about driving carefully on St. Patty’s Day.  With breweries, bars, pubs, and restaurants getting into the spirit, it could be tempting to have […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you have been considering donating blood, now may be the perfect time.  The American Red Cross is offering gift card incentives for donating through March 31st. You can donate blood, platelets, or plasma this month in exchange for a $10 digital gift card.  And, five donors will be randomly selected for $3,000 […]

WASHINGTON — Many Americans might not know that the U.S. is still technically at war with terrorist groups and violent regimes in Iraq. This is true because the use of force authorizations from 1991 and 2002 are still active laws on the books with the federal government. Your senator has been working across the aisle […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Police in Indianapolis have arrested a 19-year-old for murder. Indianapolis Metro Police say Clyde Johnson, 19, is the person responsible for shooting and killing 16-year-old Michael Mason, Jr. back on January 2nd. It was just after 7:30 p.m. that night when IMPD were called to East 82nd Street on a report of a […]