Local News

WATCH: Queen of Free - Eating out the smart way

Published: .
Updated: .
This morning the Queen of Free is gives some tips on the best way to eat out. Read more

Wrong statements by lawmaker on solar energy stir backlash

Published: .
The third-ranking state Senate Republican wrongly said that an Indiana financial incentive for installing solar panels would disappear unless lawmakers supported his bill to revamp it.Read more

Deal reached to end nine-month lockout at South Bend factory

Published: .
More than 300 workers at a Honeywell factory in South Bend will soon be returning to those jobs after reaching an agreement to end a nine-month lockout.Read more

IMPD asking for help to identify sexual predator

Published: .
Updated: .
Sexual Assault detectives from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are asking the public for help to identify a sexual assault and rape suspect that dates back to 2013.Read more


Indianapolis airport considers updating 9-year-old terminal

Published: .
The Indianapolis International Airport is in the planning stages of an effort to update its passenger terminal and campus.Read more

Man arrested after leading police on chase on I-465, I-65

Published: .
A man is behind bars Sunday morning, after police say he led them on a 13 minute chase that included part of I-465 and I-65 before coming to an end at Keystone and National Avenues on the south side.Read more

IMPD death investigation on the east side, foul play suspected

Published: .
Updated: .
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department homicide detectives are investigating Sunday morning after a man was found dead in a home in the 2200 block of North Spencer Avenue near 21st and Emerson Avenue.Read more

WATCH: Home & Garden - toilet maintenance and repair

WATCH: Home & Garden - toilet maintenance and repair

Published: .
Updated: .
The chilly weather has forced Pat back inside this weekend and he has some tips on your toilet repair and maintenance.Read more

WATCH: Tanorria's Table - Shrimp and grits

Published: .
Updated: .
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Chef Tanorria Askew shares a recipe on Weekend Sunrise that is just in time for Mardi Gras.Tanorria’s MasterChef Shrimp and GritsGrits3 c Polenta1 c Milk3 c Chicken Stock 1/2 c Butter1 Tb Salt1/2 c Heavy CreamShrimpRead more

Five things to know going on this week

Published: .
Here are five things going on this week around Central Indiana you should know about.Read more

Four arrested in Fayette County on drug charges

Published: .
Updated: .
State Police arrested four adults and two children were taken from a home after they served a warrant in the 400 block of Glenwood in Fayette County on Friday around 6:30 p.m.Read more

Ball State hopes to make campus more bicycle friendly

Published: .
Ball State University has plans to make its campus friendlier to bicyclists.Read more


Driver survives fiery crash in North Split

Published: .
Updated: .
Police say they found the driver outside his burning car Saturday night.Read more

Group gathers at Statehouse rallying to keep Affordable Care Act

Published: .
Updated: .
It has been a long-time promise from Republicans: repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.Read more

Ex-Labor Secretary Perez voted Dem chairman

Published: .
Updated: .
Mayor Pete Buttigeig of South Bend, Indiana, did not make it to the voting process, announcing during his nomination speech that he would be exiting the race.Read more

Coroner: Death of man subdued with stun guns accidental

Published: .
The death of a central Indiana man who was subdued by two sheriff's deputies using stun guns has been ruled an accident.Read more

Rebuilding set to start for badly damaged I-465 bridge

Published: .
A contractor is set to begin rebuilding a bridge over Interstate 465 in Indianapolis that was badly damaged when it was hit by a semitrailer's load in early January.Read more