4,335 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

he Indiana State Department of Health, ISDH, reported 4,335 new COVID-19 cases and 24 deaths.

More than 6K new COVID-19 cases in Indiana

More than 100 new COVID-19 deaths, 5K cases reported in Indiana

Indiana reports 6,239 COVID-19 cases, a slight drop from Friday

Indiana reports nearly 7K new COVID-19 cases

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Indiana reports 6.9K new COVID-19 cases

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More than 7K new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Indiana

Man identified in deadly Batesville police standoff

  Dearborn, Franklin, Ripley counties reach red level on Indiana’s COVID-19 advisory map

Gov. Holcomb in quarantine after security detail members test positive for COVID-19

  Tri-State governors urge caution, safety ahead of holiday season

Indiana reports 5.5K new COVID-19 cases

Police shoot, kill man following 4-hour Batesville standoff

Batesville police originally got a call around 8 a.m. regarding a domestic situation on Bridlewood Trace, according to ISP.

Indiana reports more than 5K new COVID-19 cases

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate continues to rise and is now at 11.7%.

Indiana reports 6,844 new COVID-19 cases, 22 new deaths

The Indiana State Department of Health reports that the 7-day positivity rate is at 11.3%.

Indiana reports second-highest number of new COVID-19 cases with 5.7K

The new cases announced Friday were about 1,000 less than Thursday's record.

Indiana sets another record with 6.6K new COVID-19 cases

Indiana sets record with more than 5K new COVID-19 cases; New county requirements announced

Man charged in West Harrison fatal pedestrian hit-skip

Semi hauling beer crashes in Dearborn County

President Trump wins Ohio, KY, IN, AP reports

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Sheriff’s office searching for truck involved in fatal weekend hit-skip

The truck described as a full size, dark colored Chevrolet or GMC pickup truck.

Man identified after deadly officer-involved shooting in Seymour

A man who police said was suspected of shoplifting from a Walmart died after he was shot by Seymour Police Department officers.

Millions of Tri-State absentee ballots still not returned

Election Day is now just four days away.

  Mother of murdered Indiana woman speaks out about dangers of domestic violence

The mother of an Indiana woman who was murdered Saturday morning, speaks out about the dangers of domestic violence.

  Police identify man shot and killed by Lawrenceburg officer, woman found dead in nearby apartment

A male was shot and killed by a Lawrenceburg officer Saturday morning after Lawrenceburg police were called to an apartment for a disturbance, Sgt. Stephen Wheeles said.

  2 southeast Indiana counties in red level of state’s COVID-19 advisory map

For a county to be in the red level, a county must have 200 or more weekly COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents and a 15% or higher on seven-day all tests positivity rate.

Gov. Holcomb tested for COVID-19 after health official tests positive

The state health commissioner announced on Wednesday she and two of her family members tested positive for COVID-19.

  Indiana to remain in stage 5 of reopening plan, Holcomb announces

The Hoosier state has been in stage five since Sept. 26.

Man convicted in murder, cannibalism case sentenced to life

Joseph Oberhansley, 36, learned his sentence for the September 11, 2014 murder of Tammy Jo Blanton this afternoon in Clark Circuit Court.

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Indiana reports record-breaking number of COVID-19 cases

State health officials say there is now a 14.9% positivity rate for first-time patients which is the highest it’s been since May 6.

19-year-old Indiana twin searches for kidney donor for second time

“Where [Trent] got better slowly over time, I did not,” David Spalding said, “and I had to get a kidney transplant.”

  Prosecutor: Cincinnati man killed at Indiana hotel, 2 suspects wanted

Police are looking for 19-year-old Demontre Conley and 21-year-old Talisha Tompkins.

Two arrested in connection with shooting death of Cincinnati man at hotel, prosecutor says

Prosecutor Lynn Deddens says Demontre Conley, 19, and Talisha Tompkins, 21, were taken into custody without incident in Florence, Kentucky.

  Early voting underway in Ohio, Indiana: What you need to know

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  5 who tried to restart small Tri-State fire dept. now charged with theft, fraud

Good-faith effort or fraudulent conspiracy? Depends who you ask in Patriot, Indiana.

  Election 2020: How, when and where to vote in the Tri-State

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  Indiana restaurants, bars back open at full capacity

Opening at full capacity is a big step for places like Strong’s Pizzeria in Lawrenceburg.

State-by-state map breaks down most popular Halloween candies

Candy sales are expected to reach $2.4 billion this year, which is down slightly from the $2.6 billion last year, according to the data.

Bars, restaurants can soon open at full capacity, Gov. Holcomb announces

Indiana will move to stage five of its reopening plane in a few days, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced.

Motorcyclists gather for 9/11 memorial ‘ride and drive’

A large group of motorcyclists gathered Sunday for a 9/11 memorial ‘ride and drive.’

  Rolling rally to support President Trump, police scheduled for Sat.

So far, more than 6,00 people have indicated they will attend on the event's Facebook page.

  Underage shooter acted in self-defense killing Batesville man, police say

Early indications of the investigation show the man was attacking the youth's mother while armed with a knife.

Authorities: Federal operation in Indiana found missing kids

One adult was arrested on charges including parental kidnapping, possession of weapons and intimidation.

Police: 4 die after Indiana man kills 3 family members, self

Police say someone called 911 after going to the house to pick up a friend.

  A ‘rolling rally’ for President Trump traveled 87 miles around Indiana and Ohio Sunday

Sunday afternoon crowds gathered at a “rolling” election rally for President Trump in southern Indiana and Ohio.

Indiana State Department of Health Sunday update: 851 new cases, 2 new deaths

The state’s total number of positive cases is now 99,804.

A ‘rolling rally’ for President Trump planned Sunday in Indiana, Ohio

An election rally for President Trump is expected to take place on Sunday.

  Community creates donation fund to help families after deadly Batesville fire

Anyone wishing to help these families can do so by visiting FCN Bank and donate any amount of money into the “Displaced Victims Benefit.”

  State trooper, dispatcher honored for heroism in saving 17-year-old girl

“Initially you don’t have time to be scared, you just go to work"

Indiana to release county map to show COVID-19 spread in counties

These color codes will not trigger a state requirement of any action, the health official said.

Indiana representative proposes bill preventing convicted protesters eligibility for unemployment assistance

A U.S. House bill has been proposed that would ban protesters committing crimes like acts of violence, looting or vandalism from receiving federal unemployment assistance.

  Indiana’s statewide mask mandate extended

The mask mandate will be in place for another 30 days.

$2M bond set for man charged in wrong-way fatal crash

Investigators say Jeb McGeorge was under the influence of Xanax and marijuana.

  12-year-old cancer survivor getting new smile

The family of a 12-year-old girl created a GoFundMe to get her a new smile.

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In an end-of-summer ritual, signs of the pandemic were everywhere Friday.

Indiana increases child-care options for families of students learning virtually

Gov. Eric Holcomb signed the executive order Friday.

Man faces several charges following high-speed chase in Lawrenceburg, prosecutor says

The driver lost control of the car at U.S. 50 near Short Street and rear-ended a Ford truck, according to a news release from Indiana State Police.

  Are Music on the River’s crowds cause for concern? One resident thinks so

Lawrenceburg's mayor says the concerts will continue until they’re forced to stop.

Indiana’s seven-day average positivity rate not going down, health official says

Indiana's seven-day average positivity rate isn't going down the way Dr. Box said they would like to see.

Police chase leads to serious crash near Lawrenceburg High School

Dispatch confirms two medical helicopters were sent to the scene.

  Indiana schools have successful first week back in the classroom

The district has zero cases of COVID-19 after a week back in school, according to its superintendent.

  Indiana school district releases guidelines for football

Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools have guidelines in place for athletic events.

  Volunteers searching Ohio River for connection to unsolved murder of Laney Gwinner

On Wednesday, search crews said they did find a vehicle underwater in the Great Miami River, which connects to the Ohio River.

Identifying COVID-19 cases in schools is ‘work in progress’ Indiana health official says

The health commissioner said one hold up in this process is old school rosters.

It’s official: Big Ten postpones fall football season

The Big Ten announced the decision in a statement released on Tuesday.

  Indiana health officials offer more guidance to schools as students return to class

Schools can stay open as long as every person does the responsible thing, the state health commissioner explained on Wednesday.

Gov. Eric Holcomb: Indiana to remain in current Back on Track stage

Local governments may impose more restrictive guidelines, according to the governor's office

  Indiana family receives suspicious package addressed from China

Little about the package makes sense, and the family says that's what's concerning.

  Indiana’s reopening plan not moving forward until late-August, Gov. Holcomb says

This isn’t the first time Gov. Holcomb has paused the state’s reopening plan.

Ex-Indiana Gov. Kernan, who was a Vietnam POW, dies at 74

Former Indiana Gov. Joe Kernan has died at age 74.

  Face coverings required for most Ind. residents starting next week, Gov. Holcomb says

A Class B misdemeanor charge will be given to those who violate this requirement, the governor said.

  Community grieving after teen’s shooting death at HS graduation party

Paycin Kritlow was fatally shot hours after he graduated high school Saturday.

  Dillsboro man charged with murder of son’s friend

A Dillsboro man has been charged with murder for the shooting death of an 18-year-old on Sunday.

Person in custody after man shot, killed, sheriff says

The sheriff's office says they were called to the scene early Sunday.

  Indiana’s reopening plan remains paused, Gov. Eric Holcomb announces

The governor said Indiana will not move forward with its reopening plan through the end of July

Two teens, two children die in Wayne County crash, troopers say

Deputies found a car and a semi pulling a box trailer off the left side of eastbound I-70 fully engulfed in flames.

  Indiana puts the brakes on reopening plan

Restaurant dining rooms, bars, and entertainment venues will not be able to increase capacity through at least July 17.