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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — From one extreme to the other during the coronavirus pandemic, the wedding industry is seeing a boom as canceled events are rescheduled. It is a race against the clock to make it down the aisle in 2021. Now that people can finally start having large events again, wedding vendors have gone from …

The NBA’s play-in tournament tipped off Tuesday night with a pair of Eastern Conference matchups. The first game of the night between the No. 9 Indiana Pacers and No. 10 Charlotte Hornets is in the books, and it was the definition of a one-sided affair. The Pacers jumped out to a big lead early on …

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Mental health support and art are coming together, it’ll be part of the upcoming That Peace Open Mic night. In the past year, more people have starting speaking out about the value of mental health support. Trauma stemming from violence has hit a lot of people hard. And organizers said grief is …

Indiana legislators nullified on Monday any local COVID-19 restrictions tougher than those issued statewide with their vote to override the governor’s veto of a bill giving local elected officials power over such public health orders issued during emergencies. It is the second time in less than a month that the Republican-dominated Legislature has rejected GOP Gov. Eric …

The Indianapolis MLK Center does many amazing things to benefit the young community, today we got the chance to learn about the achievements of their Best Buy Teen Tech Center from Douglas Morris, the Best Buy Teen Tech Center coordinator. We also heard from David Hamilton of Rowe & Hamilton Law about how they’re supporting …

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The backlog of federal income-tax returns was created in part by the coronavirus pandemic shutdown in spring 2020. Cory Haskett of Madison County, located northeast of Indianapolis, is one of the millions of U.S. taxpayers who has not received a 2019 federal tax refund from the IRS. He is waiting on close to $6,000 from the federal government. …

COLUMBUS, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — The vice chairman of Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) told the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee that forced government mandates on technology will not help the country progress towards zero-emissions in the transportation sector. Tony Satterthwaite was joined Tuesday by others in the powertrain sector to explain …

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Beth Smith, the owner of Simplicity Cold Pressed Juice, has watched her business gain some major momentum in the last year. Fifteen years ago, when Smith decided to start Simplicity, she was experiencing health and infertility issues. She wanted to battle back by including raw food and juice in her diet. “I …

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for portions of Illinois and Indiana as heavy snow and frigid wind chills are expected through Tuesday morning. The warning will go into effect at 6 p.m. Sunday in Kankakee and eastern Will Counties in Illinois, along with Lake, Porter, Newton and Jasper counties in …

NORTHEAST INDIANA, Ind. (WPTA) – Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb confirmed Indiana’s first COVID-19 case on March 6, 2020. After that, like much of the country – and the world, the coronavirus began to spread quickly throughout the Hoosier state. In December, Indiana had over 8,000 infections reported in a single day. But a few days …