Topic – Local News

INDIANAPOLIS — The feeling for Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett is that there is still more to accomplish as mayor of the Circle City. Hogsett wants to seek a third term as mayor which would make him the second longest-serving mayor in the city’s history. He tells All Indiana Politics that many of his plans for […]

HUNTINGTON COUNTY — A crash in Jefferson Township has killed two people and injured two more. Four people were headed up County Road 300 West around 8 a.m. Saturday when they blew through a stop sign.  They drove into a semi headed east on State Road 124. The Huntington County Coroner pronounced two of the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The holiday season can be financially stressful, especially this year.  So, one organization is looking to make things a little easier for some Hoosier service members. The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs is now running its holiday program for veterans in need.  The Military Family Relief Fund Operation Holiday program will allow selected […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The calendar says November, but it feels like January all across central Indiana. “Thankfully for central Indiana and areas in the central portion of the state, we aren’t looking at any accumulation, but there could be a few flurries,” says Meteorologist Andrew White with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. Accumulation refers to […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — After nearly eight years in office and two terms, Bloomington’s longtime mayor is waving goodbye to public office. “I’m excited about Bloomington’s future and where we’re headed. But I also want to let you know, after a lot of thinking, it’s not an easy decision, I have decided to not run for […]

*Warning: This story could be troubling for some readers.* INDIANAPOLIS — Larry Jo Taylor Jr., the man currently serving time for the murder of Amanda Blackburn, has pled guilty to the rape of another woman. Taylor is currently serving an 86-year sentence.  He will likely get another 20 years, served consecutively to his 86, for […]

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service needs to be held accountable and kept transparent – so says your Senator. In a press release, Indiana Republican Senator Todd Young said the IRS received over 80-billion dollars from Senate Democrats through the Inflation Reduction Act, but there was no system in place to keep the IRS in […]

UPDATE: Anderson High School and the Anderson Career Center will be closed Friday, according to a post on the Anderson Community Schools Facebook page. Staff will conduct a thorough search of the school. Class is back Monday with “additional safety and security measures in place.” ANDERSON, Ind. — A student at Anderson High School was […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts are partnering with other businesses to help 2,000 Hoosier families. This is the team’s 10th annual “Horseshoe Helpings” event.  Here, Colts players and Cheerleaders – as well as mascot Blue – will work with volunteers to give away Thanksgiving meals at Lucas Oil Stadium. The 2022 “Horseshoe Helpings” will take […]

STATEWIDE — Child predators are using any means necessary to abuse children. As a parent or loved one, you have to get educated about the ways predators are trying to satisfy their sick desires. Social media applications and other online platforms have become a favorite for predators. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Kik, Discord – these […]