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  • Governor Daniels threatens to veto bill

    Governor Daniels threatens to veto bill
    Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels (R) is threatening to veto a prison sentencing bill. His original proposal sought to lessen prison time for nonviolent drug offenders. Gov. Daniels wants to bring Indiana's harsh sentencing laws in line with those of other...
  • Mobile meth labs becoming more common

    Mobile meth labs becoming more common
    Indiana State Police troopers are on a different type of police chase. It's still as dangerous as a driver speeding down the road. They say they are seeing more mobile methamphetamine labs and chasing after those responsible. Mobile meth labs are...
  • Indiana legislators discuss controversial statewide smoking ban

    Indiana legislators discuss controversial statewide smoking ban
    State Senate members discussed a statewide smoking ban on Wednesday that already passed in the House. The ban includes several exemptions such as bars, casinos and designated areas inside retirement homes. Also on the list of exemptions are private...
  • Sunny skies quickly turned into severe weather Wednesday

    Sunny skies quickly turned into severe weather Wednesday
    Severe thunderstorms rocked parts of Central Indiana early Wednesday evening. A severe weather storm near the Anderson area was rotating around 9:00 p.m. High velocity rotation in the Noblesville area was also reported. The thunderstorm uprooted...
  • Firefighters convention comes to Indianapolis

    Firefighters convention comes to Indianapolis
    Nearly 30,000 firefighters are in Indianapolis for the 84th annual Fire Department Instructors Conference. For the first time, the entire expanded Indiana Convention Center and the first floor of Lucas Oil Stadium will be used for FDIC. The event...
  • San Francisco travel official named new ICVA CEO

    San Francisco travel official named new ICVA CEO
    Thursday, the Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association announced their search was over for a new CEO and president. Leonard Hoops has been picked for the job following the three-month long nationwide search. Hoops most recently served as executive...
  • Storm in Noblesville ruled 'downburst', not tornado

    Storm in Noblesville ruled 'downburst', not tornado
    Trees downed, fences broken, swing sets destroyed, shingles and siding ripped off houses. It was a mess in some Noblesville neighborhoods Thursday. Residents of Arbor Grove and the Wellingtons had their work cut out for them, while city crews were busy...
  • Bosma calls meeting with Bauer 'encouraging'

    Bosma calls meeting with Bauer 'encouraging'
    Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) once again gaveled the Indiana House to order and once again the chamber was half empty. For the 32nd day, House Democrats remained in caucus in Urbana, Illinois. Before closing the session, Bosma said the walkout...
  • Hoosier Lottery giving away free Mega Millions tickets

    Hoosier Lottery giving away free Mega Millions tickets
    The Hoosier Lottery plans to give away 304 free Mega Millions tickets at three Central Indiana retailers on Friday. The estimated Mega Millions jackpot stands at $304 million and that's why the first 304 people at each location will receive a free...
  • Indianapolis archbishop recovering from stroke

    Indianapolis archbishop recovering from stroke
    Indianapolis Archbishop Daniel Buechlein has been transferred to a rehabilitation hospital following a stroke he suffered on March 18th. The 72-year-old is expected to undergo three to four weeks of therapy. He will continue to oversee the operations of...
  • 9-year-old boy target of attempted abduction

    9-year-old boy target of attempted abduction
    A quick but dangerous encounter in Washington Township has the school district, police, and parents on the look out for a man who tried to abduct a child. According to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police report, the nine-year-old boy was standing outside...
  • St. Vincent testing alternative to open heart procedure

    St. Vincent testing alternative to open heart procedure
    A Hoosier hospital is at the center of a medical breakthrough. St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana is the first facility in the state performing a new procedure that's an alternative to open heart surgery. The clinical trial is saving the lives of...