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Family’s pursuit of justice, cell phone data lead to charges in Indy man’s fatal overdose

INDIANAPOLIS – Prosecutors in Marion County charged a suspect accused of supplying the drugs that led to a man’s fatal overdose in 2020. But the case may never have been pursued without a determined family’s quest for justice. On Monday, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office charged 30-year-old Hunter McSwain with dealing a controlled substance resulting […]
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One man dead after car crash involving Trafalgar police officer

TRAFALGAR, Ind. (WISH) — Jacob G. Roberts, 23, from Nineveh, died after a crash involving a Trafalgar Police Department officer occurred early Saturday morning. Officer Dustin Moody of the Trafalgar Police Department stated in a report that he was stationary at the intersections of SR 135 and CR 300S when he witnessed Roberts’ truck travelling at a high speed.

IU experts weigh in on Roe v Wade

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WNDU) -Since Roe v Wade was overturned last Friday, health care and legal professionals all across the country are contemplating the potential impact of this landmark decision. Ahead of the special session, law and medical experts at Indiana University weigh in on the current climate in the Hoosier...

WGCL News – Mayor Hamilton Pledges to Fight Supreme Court Ruling

Mayor John Hamilton has pledged to fight the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe versus Wade. In a prepared statement this weekend, the mayor said he will join Planned Parenthood, All Options Pregnancy Center and other partners supporting the rights and choices of women and their families. The mayor believes...

Report: Indiana to travel to Xavier for 2022 Gavitt Tipoff Games

Indiana will play at Xavier in the 2022 Gavitt Tipoff Games, according to Jon Rothstein. The Musketeers finished 23-13 last season and fired coach Travis Steele at the conclusion of the season. Sean Miller, the brother of former IU coach Archie Miller, is the new coach at Xavier. Xavier is...

Bargersville Broke Ground on Kephart Park

The Town of Bargersville held a groundbreaking ceremony for Kephart Park on Friday, June 24th. The ceremony marked the start of construction on the approximately $3.5 million project. Kephart Park is a 19-acre park that will include a splash pad, playground, eight pickleball courts, two shelter houses with grills, three...

DNR: Body of Indianapolis man recovered from Monroe Lake

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Divers on Monday recovered the body of an Indianapolis man who went missing in Monroe Lake in south central Indiana, conservation officers said. Officers said 34-year-old David Alejendor Mora-Segura was boating with friends when he disappeared around 2 p.m. Sunday beneath the surface of the lake south of Bloomington.

Microbe protects honey bees from poor nutrition, a significant cause of colony loss

Indiana University researchers have identified a specific bacterial microbe that, when fed to honey bee larvae, can reduce the effects of nutritional stress on developing bees—one of the leading causes of honey bee decline. Their findings were recently published in the International Society for Microbial Ecology Journal. Humans rely...

Shelbyville's Karissa Hamilton named Indiana Miss Softball

Karissa Hamilton joined Bill Garrett as the only Shelbyville High School athletes to receive their respective sport’s top honor. On Saturday at the Softball Coaches Association of Indiana’s North/South All-Star Game, Hamilton, who recently finished her senior year at Shelbyville, was named Indiana Miss Softball. “I had no...

Awakened By SCOTUS Ruling, Young People Join Push For Reproductive Rights

When Matisse Laufgraben learned of the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the rising Indiana University sophomore lept into action. Along with her peer Reese Wiley, Laufgraben decided to launch a new group, IU Students for Reproductive Rights. In Indiana, Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb on Friday announced an emergency legislative session in […]

Hoosier Hysteria 2022 Presented by Smithville Set for Homecoming Weekend

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Two of the most anticipated athletic traditions at Indiana University come together this fall when Hoosier Hysteria, the annual tip-off of the men's and women's basketball programs, will be held Homecoming Weekend on Friday, Oct. 7. The event will not conflict with the University's annual Homecoming Parade which also occurs that day.