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  • 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...
  • U.S. attorney to spearhead violent crime crackdown

    U.S. attorney to spearhead violent crime crackdown
    In an agreement he called "historic," U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett unveiled a campaign Thursday to attack violent crime in Central Indiana from the streets right through the federal court level. Hogsett said the cooperative effort will rely on the...
  • Governor, prosecutors disagree over sentencing reform bill

    Governor, prosecutors disagree over sentencing reform bill
    Gov. Mitch Daniels says he'll veto a bill that would make sweeping changes to Indiana's criminal sentencing system unless lawmakers restore provisions he had championed. The Indianapolis Star reports that on Tuesday Daniels said the bill has been...
  • 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...
  • Senators outraged at DUI checkpoint apps, officers not so much

    Senators outraged at DUI checkpoint apps, officers not so much
    If drivers are looking for speed zones and DUI checkpoints, there's an app for that but maybe not for long. A group of four Democratic Senators say cell phone apps that pinpoint the location of DUI checkpoints through GPS are a "menace to the road"...
  • Hoosier Lottery gives away free Mega Millions tickets

    Hoosier Lottery gives away free Mega Millions tickets
    What would you do with millions of dollars? Friday many are dreaming big. The Hoosier Lottery will be adding to the excitement of Friday night's $312 million estimated jackpot by giving away 304 free Mega Millions tickets at three Central Indiana...
  • State unemployment rate lowest in 2 years

    State unemployment rate lowest in 2 years
    Indiana's unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest rate in more than two years. Last month, the unemployment was at 8.8% which is the first time below 9% since December 2008. The drop of 3/10 of a percentage point from January now gives Indiana the...
  • More than 2K vehicles being held hostage in Indiana, Michigan

    More than 2K vehicles being held hostage in Indiana, Michigan
    More than 2,000 vehicles are being held hostage in Northern Indiana and suburban Detroit. General Motors and Chrysler are suing the hauling company Allied Systems for not delivering the brand new vehicles. About 500 Chrysler minivans and 1,700 Chevy...
  • IMPD requesting public's help in locating rape suspect

    IMPD requesting public's help in locating rape suspect
    Metro police need the public’s help to track down a suspected rapist. Lesnick Jones has an outstanding warrant for rape in Marion County. Detectives aren't releasing any details about the alleged crime but they do want the public’s help in...