Attorney general candidate calls for Indiana to legalize pot

Silver Alert issued for missing 15-year-old girl

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 2,175 new cases, 12 new deaths

ISP: Two dead after possible homicide, officer-involved shooting under investigation in Lawrenceburg

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 2,765 new cases, 24 new deaths

  Veterans walk 120 miles across Indiana to combat suicide rates

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99-year-old woman votes for first time after surviving COVID-19

  Indiana to deploy National Guard to help long-term care facilities with COVID-19 surge

Woman charged with murder after man found shot dead in Paoli home

COVID-19, school funding hot topics in 1st Indiana governor debate

Indiana governor faces debate challenges over virus actions

Early voters flock to the polls in southern Indiana

Chief: Indiana police recruit fired for ties to neo-Nazis

A police recruit in Indiana was fired less than 24 hours after the department was notified that the officer was involved in a neo-Nazi online chat forum.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 1,629 new cases, 19 new deaths

The health department confirmed 1,629 new positive cases in Indiana Sunday.

Indiana woman dies after being struck by vehicle on riding lawnmower, police say

An Indiana woman has died after being hit by a vehicle while operating her lawnmower Friday, according to Indiana State Police.

Indiana reports new record on single-day COVID cases for third consecutive day

Saturday’s report confirmed 2,521 new cases of COVID-19 in the state of Indiana, according to the ISDH.

Ind. governor’s race pits Holcomb against former state health commissioner, US Navy veteran

  ‘Extremely creepy': Woman says she can sleep soundly again after escaped LMDC inmate is re-arrested

  $17M road improvement project coming to Jeffersonville

Metro Corrections escapee caught in Indiana after 2-week search

  Indiana Gov. Holcomb explains final stage of reopening with rising coronavirus cases

  Indiana sees large COVID spike, community still supports local businesses

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 1,579 new cases, 7 new deaths

The ISDH confirmed 1,579 new positive cases in Indiana on Sunday’s report.

Jennings County residents arrested on neglect, criminal confinement charges

Three residents of Jennings County were arrested Friday night on felony charges following a seven-month investigation with the Indiana State Police.

Indiana breaks single-day COVID-19 case record again Saturday : 1,945 new cases reported

The Indiana State Department of Health issued an update Saturday morning with a new record-breaking number of single-day cases.

  State, federal police searching for Metro Corrections escapee in southern Indiana

Anthony Martinez was last seen wearing all black, carrying a black backpack.

4-year-old cancer survivor receives camper trailer through Make-A-Wish

KayJay wished for the camper so he can spend more time with his family outdoors while camping, fishing, and traveling.

Second Trump caravan parade planned for I-275

The parade will happen Saturday, Oct. 24, according to the Facebook page.

  More than half of Indiana hotels may close because of coronavirus pandemic

Although Indiana is in its final stage of reopening, the hospitality industry is struggling to rebound.

  First mural unveiled in southern Indiana art series meant to uplift Black communities

The Claysburg mural is just the first in a series of four pieces called the “Soulful Nourishment” project.

  Record number of early voters show up to cast ballots in southern Indiana

Early in-person voting will be available until Nov. 2 in Indiana, the day before Election Day.

Decision 2020: How, when and where to vote in Kentucky, Indiana

Confused about how, when and where to vote in the upcoming general election? Here’s everything you need to know.

Elkhart police investigating possible child abduction

Elkhart police are investigating a possible child abduction after a girl reported seeing a young boy being taken by someone in a white van.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 1,096 new cases, 5 new deaths

Sunday’s report from the ISDH confirmed 1,096 new positive cases in Indiana.

Govs. Beshear, Holcomb order flags at half-staff Sunday for National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service

Kentucky governor Andy Beshear and Indiana governor Eric Holcomb are ordering flags flown across the state to be flown at half-staff Sunday in honor of the National Firefighters Memorial Service.

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 1,429 new cases, 13 new deaths

Saturday’s report confirms 1,429 new cases of COVID-19 in the state of Indiana according to the ISDH.

Indiana COVID-19 patient says virus had silver lining

A man says the kindness he received from neighbors won't be forgotten.

Missing teenager found in Seymour

Parents say it's not like him to not show up.

  Indiana, Kentucky state leaders give guidance for Halloween activities

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said Wednesday he’s advising no big block parties for the spooky day.

  Indiana bars and restaurants allowed to reopen at full capacity amid pandemic

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced last Wednesday the state’s ‘Back on Track’ plan would begin its fifth and final stage over the weekend.

Southwestern High School to keep Rebel name amid controversy

The school was under pressure for months to change its name.

Jury trial set for father of child who overdosed on massive amount of meth

A father charged in his son's death goes to Trial Oct 5.

Schneck Medical continuing Anthem Insurance care through negotiations

Anthem Customers will be considered out of network if an agreement isn't reached

No charges filed after man killed at North Vernon Sunoco

It's believed the killing was in self-defense at this time.

Man studying to preach killed in motorcycle crash

He was killed after a guardrail in far western Jackson County.

Pedestrian killed in Madison crash

No charges have been filed in the crash.

Wildlife in Need owner Tim Stark facing criminal charges, still at large

The owner of Wildlife in Need, Tim Stark, has a warrant out for his arrest after police say he grabbed and threatened an Indiana deputy attorney general in March.

North Vernon Police seeking suspect in death investigation in Jennings Co.

Police believe the vehicle pictured is possibly involved.

Holiday World closes early due to COVID-19, concludes 2020 season

Holiday World normally stays open through October, but park officials decided to shut down operations early this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 921 new cases, 3 new deaths

The ISDH confirmed 921 new positive cases in Indiana on Sunday.

Indiana moves forward into final phase of reopening plan

Indiana commenced into Stage 5 of the state’s “Back on Track” reopening plan on Saturday.

Affidavit: Man sets fire out of revenge

One Evansville man is in jail on an arson charge.

Orange County woman arrested by police after hitting, killing husband with vehicle

Indiana State Police have arrested an Orange County woman after allegedly hitting and killing her husband with her car Friday night.

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 1,155 new cases, 11 new deaths

ISDH confirmed 1,155 new cases of COVID-19 in the state of Indiana in Saturday’s update.

Southern Indiana woman killed in 2-vehicle crash

A Seymour woman has died following a 2-vehicle crash just north of the city on US 31.

Health officials urge Hoosiers to get flu shots

There have been many uncertainties as Hoosiers have made their way through the coronavirus pandemic, and the same is true now as flu season approaches.

Snake rattles customers at Owensboro’s Ulta

A store employee tells us a snake slithered its way into the store and stuck around for a couple of hours.

Mistrial declared in baby murder case

That jury took over seven hours to deliberate Tuesday evening.

  Joseph Oberhansley: Jurors recommend life in prison without parole

The jury that convicted Indiana cannibal Joseph Oberhansley of murder Friday recommended a sentence of life in prison for the 2014 murder of his ex-girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 756 new cases, 3 new deaths

The ISDH confirmed 756 new positive cases in Indiana on Sunday, bringing the state’s total number of positive cases to 111,505.

IN ranks first in nation for increasing number of children adopted from foster care

State and federal officials say Indiana is the top state in the nation for increasing the number of children adopted from foster care.

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 1,104 new cases, 9 new deaths

Saturday’s report confirms 1,104 new cases of COVID-19 in the state of Indiana according to the ISDH.

Big Ten Schedule: Hoosiers open at home vs. Penn State

The Big Ten announced its schedule for the shortened 2020 football season.

Governors Beshear, Holcomb order flags half-staff in honor of Justice Ginsburg

Governors Beshear and Holcomb have ordered flags flown at half-staff in honor of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Report: Search underway for missing Indiana boy, 13

Indianapolis Missing Persons Unit detectives have been searching for the boy since Sept. 10.

Police searching for suspect wanted in New Albany homicide

He is considered armed an dangerous

Joseph Oberhansley pleads his innocence to Clark County jury

Oberhansley now argues he was coerced into his original confession

Senator Braun cosponsors Animal Cruelty Enforcement Act

Animal Cruelty Enforcement Act would ensure that the federal government has a dedicated office for the enforcement of animal cruelty statutes.

16th person arrested in Madison child predator sting

More warrants are out for people in the operation.

Evansville family vacationing on gulf coast survives, sings through Hurricane Sally

As Hurricane Sally made landfall on the gulf coast, we are learning a Tri-State family was just miles away from where the storm first hit.

  Wildlife in Need’s owner says animals weren’t removed from property before officials arrived

Stark spoke with WAVE 3 News and said the Indianapolis Zoo let people on his property who took them instead.

INDOT announces 2 hiring events

The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a statewide hiring event for winter seasonal employment.

Indiana considering which patients should get first COVID vaccines

The Ind. health commissioner says there may be only 10 million or 15 million doses for the entire country when one is first developed and approved.

Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice tests positive for COVID-19

Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush has tested positive for COVID-19.

755 new COVID-19 related cases, 2 new deaths reported in Indiana

As of Monday morning, there had been 106,540 cases reported in the state.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 1,249 new cases, 1 new death

On Sunday’s report, the ISDH confirmed 1,249 new positive cases in Indiana

Indiana murder trial starts with warning of gruesome photos

The trial began with a prosecutor warning jurors that they’ll see photos of the 2014 crime scene “worse than anything you would see in a horror movie.”

Indiana State Department of Health Saturday update: 1,076 new cases, 17 new deaths

Saturday’s report confirms 1,076 new cases of COVID-19 in the state of Indiana.

  Suspect shot by police in New Albany, investigation underway

An investigation is underway after an officer-involved shooting early Saturday morning in New Albany sends one man to the hospital.

  Dozens of exotic animals removed from Tim Stark’s Wildlife in Need

Stark didn't stand idly by as his animals were removed.