Indiana News

For first time in over 80 years, Indiana will have Sunday alcohol sales

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Next week, Hoosiers will be able to purchase alcohol on Sunday for the first time since the 1930's. Read more

Superintendent McCormick urges lawmakers to address school safety

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Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jennifer McCormick sent a letter to the Indiana General Assembly and Indiana's congressional delegation Thursday urging...Read more

Northern Indiana communities ravaged by floodwaters

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Communities in the northern part of Indiana have been dealing with record flooding for days.Read more

Student arrested for threat against Rush County high school

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A student in Rush County has been arrested for making a threat against a high school.Read more


Talk-show host sues PBS for breach of contract after firing

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Talk-show host Tavis Smiley is suing his former employer, the Public Broadcasting Service, for breach of contract after he was fired over sexual harassment allegations.Read more

'Savannah's Law' is one step away from becoming reality

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The law would allow Hoosiers to "voluntarily request free emissions test on their vehicle from their local fire department."Read more

Indiana gun bill under scrutiny after Florida shooting

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A Senate panel advanced a proposal to eliminate lifetime handgun license fees, but not before Democrats voiced concerns about loosening gun laws in the wake of a Florida...Read more

Crews used boats to help residents amid Midwest flooding

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The storm system starting pushed heavy rain, snow and ice into the region this week, and the weather has already been blamed for hundreds of car crashes and several...Read more

State lawmakers propose moving Indiana to Central Time Zone

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Several Indiana lawmakers want to move the entire state back into the Central Time Zone.Read more

Mother promotes the Jennifer Act and forced treatment to combat addiction

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A mother from Spencer, Indiana continues her nine-year fight to help Indiana families avoid the terrible loss she suffered.Read more


Republican Senate candidates debate in Indianapolis

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Republicans got a chance to kick the tires on three potential nominees for U.S. Senate Tuesday night.Read more

Senator Todd Young responds to calls for gun reform

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Eyewitness News continued asking Indiana lawmakers about preventing more violence, this time talking with Republican Senator Todd Young.Read more