Topic – Local News

  INDIANAPOLIS — Do you like to bake? Make sure one of your main ingredients isn’t part of a new food recall. General Mills has issued a voluntary recall for certain five-pound bags of its Gold Medal Unbleached All-Purpose Flour because of possible E. coli contamination. The flour has a best-by date of Sept. 6, 2020. […]

Last Friday the 13th was a  lucky day for hemp advocates as a federal judge temporarily overturned part of a state law rule restricting the use of the plant. Judge Sarah Evans Barker issued a preliminary injunction against a portion of a state law that,  although legalized hemp for commercial purposes, as long as it had less […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Three children have been shot in the last 11 days in Indianapolis, all of them hurt because they got their hands on a gun that was not properly secured.  The most recent incident was just this Monday when a four-year-old boy accidentally shot himself. Police say the gun was left out loaded and […]

FT. WAYNE, Ind. — A federal investigation may be warranted. Some of the over 2,000 aborted fetuses found in the Illinois home of a now dead abortion doctor may have come from clinics where he worked in Indiana, including Ft. Wayne, South Bend and Gary. The remains were discovered at Dr. Ulrich Klopfer’s home in […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Josh Owens is the first openly gay man to run for governor of Indiana. Owens is the CEO of SupplyKick, a tech company based in Indianapolis. He is seeking the Democrat nomination to challenge Republican Eric Holcomb in the general election in 2020.  A native of Shelbyville, Owens says education will be his main platform […]

  EVANSVILLE, Ind. — A man who died in police custody Friday night, died after he was punched by one of the officers trying to handcuff him. When two Evansville cops were attempting to cuff Edward Snukis, 55, he grabbed one of the officers near the groin and would not let go, said an officer […]

CARMEL, Ind. — Carmel wants to expand its ban on scooters and skateboards. The Carmel City Council will meet Monday night to introduce an ordinance that would add Carmel Midtown, the Arts & Design District, and parking garages to the list of places where scooters and skateboards aren’t allowed, according to Current in Carmel. The expanded ban […]

GREENCASTLE, Ind. — An Owen County woman brought drugs into an Indiana prison and wanted to give them to an inmate, say police. Bahia Bunge, 29, is accused of trying to traffic drugs into the Putnamville Correctional Facility while visiting an inmate. Bunge brought more than three-dozen Suboxone strips with her into the prison for […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Coaches and front office staff are still confident in kicker Adam Vinatieri.  Yesterday the veteran kicker missed two extra points in a 19-to-17 win over the Tennessee Titans in Nashville. That’s after he missed two field goals and an extra point in a Week 1 loss to the LA Chargers.  “I feel for him,” […]

INDIANAPOLIS — If you’ve flown in or out of the Indianapolis International Airport this year, you’ve been a part of history. The airport says 4.7 million people came through in the first six months of 2019 — the highest number for the first half of any year in the airport’s history.  In the second quarter […]