Police investigate a triple shooting at a Cumberland gas station, an Anderson girl was hit by a truck while waiting for a school bus and state police are still searching the Wabash river in Peru, WICR’s Ray Adams has today’s information update.
Bill Nye made a stop over the weekend at the University of Indianapolis as part of the university’s family weekend. Nye was scheduled to visit UIndy in 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic postponed the event, according to Vice President of Corporate and Community Partnerships Andrew Kocher. Kocher said he worked as Nye’s campus liaison. […]
Bill Nye stops at the University of Indianapolis and a suspect is in custody after a sewer search in Bloomington, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
There is no timeline for a lawsuit over Indiana’s new abortion law, a Richmond police officer dies five weeks after being shot and NIPSCO wants a 16 percent electric rate hike, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
Indy Parks is offering free tennis lessons for kids in October, police are investigating a stabbing in Broad Ripple and police are investigating a deadly Indianapolis shooting, WICR’s Ray Adams has today’s information update.
GM is investing in Marion plant, two Indy police officers sue for retaliation and a study puts Indiana in top ten for drug overdose deaths, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
The Indy Fuel will relocate to Fishers after a $500 million dollar expansion as part of a planned Fishers District expansion. The new 8,500-seat event center will be located east of Interstate 69 between 106th and 116th streets. According to Fishers city officials, the event center will be located in an area called The Commons, […]
Indiana’s near-total abortion ban takes effect today. The new law prohibits abortions except in cases of rape or incest, if the fetus has a lethal anomaly or if the mother’s life is at risk. When abortions are permitted, they will only be allowed at hospitals or clinics owned by hospitals. Lawmakers approved the new law […]
Indiana abortion ban takes effect today, IPS unveils a rebuilding stronger plan ahead of November vote and Indy Fuel is set to move to a new Fishers event center in 2024, WICR’s Giselle Valentin has today’s information update.
The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis (IVCI) is pleased to announce the results of the Preliminaries, which concluded earlier this evening after four days of competition. Each of the 39 Participants performed a 45-minute recital of masterworks by J. S. Bach, Paganini or Ernst, Mozart or Schubert, plus a work from the encore repertoire. The […]