US obesity problem is not budging, new data shows

The new figures are from an annual government survey with about 5,000 participants. The survey is considered the gold standard for measuring the nation’s waistline, because participants are put on a scale to verify their weight.

With Luck on mend, Colts get back into AFC South chase

He’s throwing harder, longer and more frequently than he did just a week ago. And on Thursday, for the first time since having offseason shoulder surgery, Indy’s starting quarterback could sense the rehabilitation process was nearing its end.

Auburn armed robbery suspect linked to four other holdups

The man who robbed a Speedway gas station in Auburn on October 9 has been linked to four other robberies according to the Indiana State Police and they’ve released additional photos of the suspect in hopes the public can help identify the person.

New law leads to confusion for deer hunters

A new law on the books in Indiana prohibits hunters from using rifles on public land. But the author of the bill says he never intended it to read that way and the DNR has had to amend its hunting and trapping guide.

Tesla recalling 11,000 Model X SUVs for seat issue

The recall involves vehicles with fold-flat second row seats made between Oct. 28, 2016, and Aug. 16, 2017. Tesla believes only about 3 percent of the recalled vehicles have the issue.

Trump to halt subsidies to health insurers

The White House said in a statement that the government cannot legally continue to pay the so-called cost sharing subsidies because they lack a formal authorization by Congress.