Thursday, September 13th 2018
Any day now, the first prisoner in the state's correctional system to apply for compassionate release is due a final answer.
"It's kind of strengthening bonds in this neighborhood, that we can do something about our own place," says the founder of the Biker Boyz & Girlz Shop.
Airlines have canceled flights, factories have closed and farmers are trying to figure out what the damage will be to their crops ahead of the storm.
Here & Now's Alex Ashlock visits the Solder and Sailors Monument in Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis.
Indiana Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly talks with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about his Senate race against former state Rep. Mike Braun.
Hurricane Florence weakened to a Category 2 storm overnight, but grew larger in size and may increase in intensity before it makes landfall.
Indiana Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly talks with Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson about his Senate race against former state Rep. Mike Braun. Also, as Hurricane Florence heads toward the East...
Host Peter O'Dowd discusses Wednesday's WNBA championship final and other sports news with Here & Now sports analyst Mike Pesca.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with political reporters Niki Kelly of The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette and Brandon Smith of Indiana Public Broadcasting.
Democrat Ned Lamont and Republican Bob Stefanowski are vying to fill the seat of deeply unpopular outgoing Gov. Dannel Malloy, a Democrat.
When 52-year-old Brian Bousum lost his job at manufacturing company Rexnord last year, he was 12 weeks away from being eligible for a pension.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd checks in with the chief distribution officer for Duke Energy, which provides electricity to more than 4 million people in the Carolinas.
While the path of the storm remains unpredictable, experts say it will leave devastation in its wake.
There's likely to be record rain and storm surge as Hurricane Florence makes landfall. Combined with high winds, that could cause power outages lasting from days to weeks. We hear...