Indiana News

Too Few Hoosiers Get Flu Shot

Posted On September 22, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- Health officials hope more people get the flu shot this year. The Centers for Disease Control says only 41 percent of Hoosiers had the flu shot or nasal spray last year, which is below the national average. They say there's plenty of flu vaccine in stock this year.

Ohio Fugitive Caught In Bloomington

Posted On September 22, 2014

(Bloomington, IN) -- A man wanted on several warrants out of Ohio and Florida is in custody after an arrest by Indiana State Police. They say a tip led to the arrest of Louis Reynolds at a Bloomington Hotel Friday night. The warrants include burglary, trafficking in stolen property, and failure to pay child support.

McKinney Texas Is “Money” Magazine’s Best Place To Live

Posted On September 22, 2014

(Undated) -- Suburbs lead "Money" magazine's 2014 list of the best places to live. "Money" says the Dallas suburb of McKinney, Texas is Number One. The Minneapolis suburb of Maple Grove, Minnesota is second, followed by Carmel, Indiana, which is a suburb of Indianapolis. Fourth is Castle Rock, Colorado, midway between Denver and Colorado Springs.…

FSU, Alabama Remain Atop “USA Today” Poll

Posted On September 21, 2014

(Undated) -- Florida State remains atop the latest "USA Today" college football top-25 poll. The Seminoles gained 36 first-place votes after improving to 3-and-0 with a win over Clemson despite not having quarterback Jameis Winston on the field. Alabama remains second after a win over Florida. Oklahoma moved up to third from the fourth spot…

State Police Move To Electronic System For Gun Applications

Posted On September 19, 2014

(Indianapolis, IN) -- It's about to get a lot easier to buy a gun in Indiana. State police begin using a new electronic application process on October 1st that is virtually paper free. They're saying the turn-around time for someone seeking to own a gun should be no longer than three days.