Kids’ Voice of Indiana - 9/28/23
Local and federal authorities served a series of warrant warrants across central Indiana Wednesday.
The Indiana Court of Appeals will hear arguments on another challenge involving Indiana’s abortion law.
There’s a growing need for a more skilled workforce, but unfortunately Indiana is not prepared to meet that demand. A local foundation is working to help reverse declining college enrollment – with the second phase of its College Matters initiative. Claire Fiddian-Green, president and CEO of the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, joined Scott in the studio to explain how this initiative helps students in Marion County.
A man was shot in the leg while walking his dog on the northwest side.
Delaware County burglar found hiding in stove
Daily 3 Daily 4 Evening Drawing: December 5, 2023
Man accused of running real estate scam now facing more than a dozen charges
Argument with bouncer led to shooting at Broad Ripple pub
Spiceland man charged with using Charger, emergency lights, siren to impersonate police
2023 isn't over but has already proven to be a deadlier year for pedestrians and bicyclists than last. Indianapolis has surpassed last year's number of fatal crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists, bringing the total to 40 this year.
Indiana Business Journal roundup
Ash & Elm Cider Co. to open new restaurant, tasting room in Carmel