Judge Letting Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb To Proceed With Lawsuit Against General Assembly Over Emergency Powers LawIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is challenging the increased power state legislators gave themselves to intervene during public health emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
Magnitude 3.8 Earthquake Reported In Western Indiana; Some Felt It In Chicago AreaA magnitude 3.8 earthquake was reported Thursday afternoon in western Indiana, with some people more than 150 miles away reporting they felt the tremor.
Guard Shot, Killed During Gary, Indiana Bank Robbery; 1 Suspect Caught, Another SoughtThe FBI said the guard was killed during a robbery shortly after 1:15 p.m. at the First Midwest Bank branch at 1975 W. Ridge Rd. in Gary.
Search Continues For Kyrin Carter, 12-Year-Old Boy With Autism, Missing Two Days After Walking Out Of Hotel In HammondHammond Police said Kyrin was visiting with his family from Kansas City, when he walked out the back door of the Best Western near 179th Street and Cline Avenue around 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Deaths Of Wild Swans Found Around Wolf Lake Blamed On ParasitesTesting revealed the dead swans had fatal infections of an intestinal parasite. A cause of death for several Canada geese could not be determined, but officials ruled out bacterial and viral infections, lead poisoning, heavy metal poisoning, salt toxicity, botulism, toxic organic compounds, and avian influenza.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb Vetoes Legislation Local Health Officials' Emergency PowersRepublican Gov. Eric Holcomb said in a veto message Tuesday that the time wasn’t right to jeopardize the flexibility of local health officials as the state recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic and work continues to vaccinate more people.
Couple Waited More Than A Year For Indiana To Pay Unemployment Claim; 'The Most Frustrating Thing I've Ever Been Through In My Life'Lisa and Michael Wojcik have tag-teamed in the unemployment game turned waiting game for more than a year.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb Sues Legislature Over Emergency PowersIndiana’s governor asked a court Tuesday to block a new law that legislators passed giving themselves more authority to intervene when the state’s chief executive declares an emergency.
Brandon Scott Hole Identified As Gunman Who Shot And Killed 8 People, Wounded 5 Others In Shooting At FedEx Facility In IndianapolisAt least 8 people were fatally shot at a FedEx Facility in Indianapolis.
State, Local Health Departments Pausing Use Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Amid CDC, FDA ReviewState and local health departments have begun pausing the use of the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine until the FDA and CDC complete their review of blood clot cases, officials announced Tuesday.
Gary Mass Vaccination Site Hosting Walk-In DayThe new mass vaccination site in Gary, Indiana, is encouraging anyone age 16 and older to simply walk in today without an appointment to get a shot.
Driver Who Rammed U.S. Capitol Barricade, Killing Officer And Injuring Another, Identified As Noah Green, Of IndianaOne U.S. Capitol police officer was killed and another officer was injured in the attack. The slain officer has been identified as William "Billy" Evans, an 18-year veteran of the Capitol Police.
Former Roosevelt High School In Gary, Indiana, To Open As Mass Vaccination Clinic On April 7The mass vaccination clinic will operate for eight weeks beginning on April 7, and will be capable of administering 3,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines per day.
Hoosiers Age 30 And Older Now Eligible For COVID-19 VaccinesOn Wednesday, Indiana will open up the vaccine to all Hoosiers age 16 or older.
COVID-19 In Indiana: More Than 1 Million Hoosiers Have Been Fully VaccinatedA total of 1,530,403 first doses of vaccine have been administered across Indiana, and 1,018,521 Hoosiers — more than 15% of Indiana’s population— have been fully vaccinated, the Indiana Department of Health said.