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  • Pinewood Derby underway at Indiana State Museum

    Pinewood Derby underway at Indiana State Museum
    It's billed as the "second greatest" spectacle in racing and for young racers the event lives up to its title. The Pinewood Derby got underway at the Indiana State Museum Tuesday. Competitors sent their cars flying down a 125-foot track from the...
  • Lafayette trooper named 'Trooper of the Year' again

    Lafayette trooper named 'Trooper of the Year' again
    Indiana State Police Trooper Darrick Scott has been named "Trooper of the Year" for the second year in a row. Trooper Scott was selected from among other troopers named best in their district. "To be recognized as the Trooper of the Year is a...
  • School voucher bill passes House, moves to Senate

    School voucher bill passes House, moves to Senate
    UPDATE: House Bill 1003 which would allow school vouchers passed the Indiana House Wednesday evening. The measure passed with a 56-42 vote. It now moves on to the Senate. ORIGINAL STORY: Hundreds of people rallied at the statehouse Wednesday, showing...
  • The Heart of A Champion

    The Heart of A Champion
    Former Milan standout and Butler grad Bobby Plump appeared on the WXIN Morning News Wednesday morning to talk about this year's Butler basketball team. I remember asking him what makes this team so special. He replied, “they play with heart" I don'...
  • Survey ranks healthiest, least healthiest Indiana counties

    Survey ranks healthiest, least healthiest Indiana counties
    A survey ranking the health of Indiana counties puts Central Indiana counties at opposite ends of the spectrum. The survey looked at every county in all 50 states. According to CountyHealthRankings.org, the top of the "Healthy County" list was Hamilton...
  • Al Sharpton opening office in Indianapolis

    Al Sharpton opening office in Indianapolis
    Fox 59 has learned that activist Al Sharpton is following through on his pledge to open an office in Indianapolis. A spokesperson for the minister said Sharpton will open his office nearly six months after making the promise during an appearance in the...
  • House lawmakers debate bill banning abortion at 20 weeks

    House lawmakers debate bill banning abortion at 20 weeks
    One of the strongest abortion bans in the country is taking shape in Indiana. If it continues to move forward through the General Assembly, abortions would be outlawed in Indiana after 20 weeks except to preserve the life of the mother. The bill's...
  • How safe are Indiana bridges?

    How safe are Indiana bridges?
    Just how safe are Indiana bridges? A national organization is ranking states and putting out data on bridges that need to be fixed. The new report from the Transportation For America compiled numbers from bridge inspections all over the country and...
  • Man jumps off bridge following crash on I-70

    Man jumps off bridge following crash on I-70
    Indiana State Police say a man jumped off a bridge after crashing his car on Interstate 70 near I-65 (south split). It happened around 3 a.m. Friday. Investigators told Fox59 News the man crashed his car into a state street sweeper and then tried to...
  • Embattled financier Tim Durham to call halfway house home

    Embattled financier Tim Durham to call halfway house home
    A U.S. magistrate has ordered embattled financier Tim Durham to the Volunteers of America facility in downtown Indianapolis. Magistrate Kennard Foster cited the size of Durham's alleged fraud and lack of full financial disclosure as reasons for keeping...
  • Winning Powerball ticket sold in Indiana

    Winning Powerball ticket sold in Indiana
    Someone has a winning ticket for Wednesday night's $221 million Powerball jackpot and that ticket was sold in Indiana. It was bought at a Circle K in Clarksville, Indiana (Southern Indiana). The winner has yet to come forward and neither has the person...
  • How a government shutdown would affect Hoosiers

    How a government shutdown would affect Hoosiers
    As lawmakers in Washington continued to try to come to an agreement over a new federal budget, the possibility of a shutdown has many Hoosiers preparing for financial uncertainty. Non-essential government employees will be on furlough, meaning they do not...