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  WASHINGTON — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell will step down as GOP leader in November. He made the announcement today on the Senate floor, saying it’s time for the next generation of leadership. “One of life’s most under-appreciated talents is to know when it’s time to move onto life’s next chapter,” he said. “So […]

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DALLAS, TX.–This week’s cell phone outage that affected AT&T customers was not the result of a cyber-attack, says AT&T. The carrier says a software update is to blame. The service disruption started early Thursday and was resolved Thursday night. It was a major headache for many, who’s phone services were limited. GPS maps failed and […]

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HOUSTON, Texas — The first U.S. moon landing since 1972 is successful. Houston-based Intuitive Machines guided its Odysseus lander onto the moon Thursday. The lander will collect data needed by NASA, which is planning to land near the moon’s south pole later this decade. It marks the first touchdown by a U.S.-built spacecraft since the […]

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The free world better get its act together soon. That’s the message from Indiana Republican Congresswoman Victoria Spartz. On Thursday, she spoke in front of the Europe Parliamentary Assembly. That assembly is represented by more than 50 countries. “Each of you as a leader of a country should really think when you look back […]

  INDIANAPOLIS  — People who use AT&T for their cell service are having trouble with their phones today. Instead of seeing the usual bars that show how good their signal is, some people are seeing an “SOS” message instead. This issue isn’t just happening in Indiana; it’s affecting AT&T users nationwide. Johnson County Sheriff Duane […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Florida governor and former Presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis visited a few states this week – including Indiana – to stress the importance of term limits in Washington. DeSantis says Florida lawmakers are already pushing for term limits. But, while he believes a Constitutional amendment should enforce limits, he realizes that such a change […]

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Hoosier girl died – and her brother was hurt – while her family was vacationing in Florida, and now, her name has been released. Police say 7-year-old Sloan Mattingly and 9-year-old Maddox Mattingly of Fort Wayne became trapped in a sand hole at a beach in Broward County Tuesday. They […]

STATEWIDE — By now, you have likely seen companies hoping to hire more employees. Well, you may continue to notice “Help Wanted” signs, as a recent study shows that fewer Hoosiers are quitting their jobs. Research collected by SelectSoftware Reviews indicates that fewer people are leaving their positions in Indiana than in most other states. […]

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police in Kansas City are announcing murder charges in the Super Bowl parade shooting. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said two adults have been charged with second-degree murder and a host of gun-related charges. One person died in the shooting and 22 people were hurt. She adds the two men […]

Sports News

DAYTONA, FL — NASCAR announced that “The Great American Race” will be pushed back to Monday given the rainy conditions in Florida Sunday morning. The announcement means that the XFinity Series race, the United Rentals 300 will be moved to Monday as well. Given the new schedule the United Rentals 300 will begin at 11 […]