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 Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is calling for a special session of the General Assembly.   He signed a proclamation on Wednesday ordering lawmakers to meet on July 6th to discuss a plan for returning funds from the state’s reserves to taxpayers.  Earlier this month, Holcomb previously proposed a plan to pay $225 to taxpayers in addition […]

After a two-year suspension due to the coronavirus epidemic, Uber resumes its ridesharing carpool service in a few U.S. cities, including Indianapolis.  The new shared ride feature is similar to Uber’s pre-pandemic carpool feature. The feature, now known as UberX Share,  the feature allows riders to share a car with strangers traveling in a similar […]

Health officials are confirming a second case of monkeypox in Indiana.  In a press conference on Tuesday, Gary Mayor Jerome Prince announced the confirmation of a monkeypox case on Tuesday, marking two confirmed cases in the state of Indiana.  Prince said given how close his city is to Chicago, it’s not a surprise that the […]

 A development firm is planning a three-month closure for Lafayette Square Mall.   It is part of a multimillion-dollar proposal to transform the mall into Window to the World, a mixed-use destination neighborhood. Workers will have access to all areas during the three-month shutdown to finish the roof, HVAC installation, exterior and interior painting, and new […]

Indiana drivers will be paying extra for gas next month due to record-high gas prices.  The Indiana Department of Revenue announced Monday that the state’s gasoline use tax will increase by 29.1 cents per gallon beginning in July. The current price of a gallon of regular gas in Indiana is $5.13, according to the American […]

Indiana health officials have identified the state’s first possible case of monkeypox. The case was confirmed by the Department of Health on Saturday.  The patient, who has not been identified due to privacy concerns, has been isolated. Health officials are working to find any possibly close contacts of the infected person.  State Health Commissioner Kris […]

A missing 13-year-old girl from Indiana has been found in Nebraska.  During a traffic stop in Kearney earlier this week, the girl was discovered hiding in a pickup truck with a man identified as Kyle Moitke, 20, from Colorado, according to the Nebraska State Patrol. The State Patrol says the driver was arrested on suspicion […]

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has reached a $2.9 million settlement with TurboTax and Intuit over alleged deceptive advertising practices. Indiana was one of the dozens of states that took part in a $141 million settlement with Intuit. The tax firm has been accused of misleading consumers by promising “free” tax filing services before redirecting […]

During this week’s heat wave, ambulance services are on standby at the Ruoff Music Center. The ambulance contractor is ready to respond to any issues that may arise as a result of the extreme heat. They have ice packs and water on hand to manage any heat-related diseases that may arise during the concerts tonight […]

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating three shootings that happened within a two-hour timespan.   A man was shot outside of a church in the 41-hundred block of East New York Street on the east side just before ten Tuesday night.  Then, just after 11 p.m., a shooting victim was discovered in the 21-hundred block […]

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