Website bridges gap for Hoosier farmers hurt by inflation

HENRY COUNTY, Ind. — Farmers across Indiana and the country are scraping by this year because of inflation prices. Many are barely getting by. Some are using new ways to help generate cash flow by selling their products online. Fourth-generation farmer Kyle Becker of Becker Farms, northeast of New...
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Homicide investigation underway at west Indy apartment complex

INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD is conducting a homicide investigation on the city's west side Thursday morning. IMPD officers responded to an apartment complex in the 3000 block of Rolling Dunes Drive, near I-465 and I-74, just before 6 a.m. on a report of a person shot. There, they located a man who was pronounced dead at the scene.

What to expect if you're traveling this Independence Day

INDIANA, USA — If your family is leaving town for an Independence Day getaway, AAA says you're not alone. According to its pre-holiday predictions, AAA expects more than 47.9 million people to travel more than 50 miles from home June 30 through July 4. Most American families will travel...

Why physicians fear abortion ban language could threaten their ability to give life-saving treatment

INDIANAPOLIS — For decades, the treatment for potentially deadly complications arising from pregnancy overlapped with techniques used during abortions. In a "post-Roe" society, though, how do physicians treat those problems, using the same life-saving techniques, without opening themselves up to potential prosecution?. It’s a question now at the forefront...

Lemonade Stand returns to benefit Coburn Place

INDIANAPOLIS — A summertime tradition returns this month to help children who are survivors of domestic violence. Coburn Place will host its Lemonade Stand fundraiser on July 15 at two Indianapolis locations. Glasses of ice-cold lemonade will be served at Coburn Place at 604 E. 38th St., as well as Christ Church Cathedral on Monument Circle from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Bug pizza? You'll find it at the Marion County Fair

INDIANAPOLIS — The Marion County Fair is underway and open through Monday. Everything you need to know about tickets and parking is available here. Your next question may involve food. It's well known that a trip to the fair means fried food - and anything you can eat on a stick.

Woman killed in shooting in Camby neighborhood

INDIANAPOLIS — Police say a woman is dead following a shooting in Camby neighborhood. IMPD officers received a report of a person shot in the 8700 block of Hosta Way shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday. That address is in a neighborhood near Mooresville Road and SR 67 in Camby.

Preparing for a busy holiday travel weekend

INDIANAPOLIS — Many Hoosiers are getting ready to travel for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. According to AAA, more than three million Americans are expected to fly. Airlines and travelers are bracing for shortages, flight delays and cancellations. "Something is always going to happen," said Wesley Cruz, a...

IndyHumane hosting kitten adoption event Saturday

INDIANAPOLIS — IndyHumane is hosting an adoption event Saturday for its kittens. The shelter will have more than 30 adoptable kittens. Visitors can adopt one kitten for $35 or two for $50. Only cash or Venmo payments will be accepted. The event will take place at IndyHumane's location on...

New Indiana laws go into effect July 1

INDIANAPOLIS — Starting July 1, a number of new Indiana laws will go into effect in Indiana. Here is a run-down of some of the most notable legislation. As of Friday, people will no longer need a permit to carry a handgun in the state. This does not apply to people who are prohibited from carrying a weapon, like those with felony convictions or people under the age of 18.

Reminder to not call 911 for fireworks

MARION COUNTY, INDIANA, Ind. — Emergency agencies are reminding people to not call 911 because they're hearing fireworks. The Metropolitan Emergency Services Agency said Fourth of July weekend is one of the busiest for dispatchers. Getting calls for non-emergencies can keep dispatchers from getting to calls for true emergencies.

Indiana special session to address abortion, tax refund pushed back to July 25

INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb, Speaker Todd Huston and Senate Pro Tem Rodric Bray announced plans Wednesday to postpone the start of a special session to July 25. As the special session will now address an abortion ban, after the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade, legislative leaders are anticipating a multi-week special session versus one or two days. Republican lawmakers said they worked with the governor to push the start date back almost three weeks.