Political Radar

  • The Fed's Plan to Boost the Economy

    Washington D.C. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The Federal Reserve announced Thursday a package of aggressive measures to help kick-start the lagging economy and reduce unemployment.

  • Comparing the Parties’ Platforms

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – The election is 55 days away, the conventions are in the rear view mirror and both parties' platforms are set.

  • State Efforting New Illegal Drug Crackdown

    Indiana (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – A new effort to crackdown on retailers selling illegal drugs is now underway in Indiana.

  • All 92 Hoosier Counties Designated Natural Disaster Areas

    Indiana (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Lt. Governor Becky Skillman and Indiana State Executive Director of the Farm Service Agency Julia Wickard announced today that all 92 Indiana counties have been designated primary natural disaster areas by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

  • Ann Romney Speaking Wednesday in Findlay, Ohio

    Findlay, Ohio (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The wife of the Republican candidate for president, Mitt Romney, is in the Buckeye State, Wednesday.

  • Mayor Henry Joins Indiana Delegation to Democratic National Convention

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Some familiar faces from Fort Wayne will be in Charlotte this week for the Democratic National Convention.

  • Fort Wayne's Mayor Wants City to be More Bicycle Friendly

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - A new ordinance will be introduced at the Fort Wayne City-Council meeting Tuesday night, with a goal of making the city more "bicycle friendly."

  • Half Staff: Armstrong to be Honored Friday

    WASHINGTON D.C. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - At the request of President Obama flags across the United States are to be lowered to half-staff, this Friday in memory of Neil Armstrong.

  • Donnelly & Bayh Arrive in Fort Wayne

    Fort Wayne, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - The Indiana Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate, Joe Donnelly was touting “enough with the extremism and gridlocks in Washington” Thursday morning as he and former-Senator Evan Bayh stopped by Fort Wayne's "Paint the Town Graphics".

  • Akin Says He Will Stay In The Race

    (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- Despite being asked to quit by top republicans, Todd Akin, a GOP Congressman who is running for Senate in Missouri says he is not stepping down and intends to stay in the race despite comments he made saying "If it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut the whole thing down" to prevent pregnancy.