The drama centres on three women: Lina, an Indiana woman in a passionless marriage who embarks on an all-consuming affair; Sloane, an entrepreneur from the Northeast who has a committed open marriage until two strangers threaten her and her husband's non-conventional relationship; and Maggie, a student in North Dakota who accuses her married English teacher of an inappropriate relationship.
CHICAGO (CBS)– A cool down is in effect and showers continue. Tuesday’s temperatures are in the upper 60s with rain continuing through the morning commute. Showers linger for northwest Indiana by early afternoon. Below average warmth in the 60s with scattered showers for the final days of summer.
A man had to be flown to the hospital after he was stabbed multiple times in Columbus, Indiana, on Sunday night. Officers were called to the 600 block of Parkway Drive after 9 p.m. on a report of a "disturbance," according to the Columbus Police Department.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKRC) - The Ohio Department of Health reported 4,899 new COVID-19 cases Monday. That's well under the 21-day rolling average but sometimes weekend numbers are low. ODH reported 214 hospitalizations with 24 admitted to the ICU. Those numbers are both around the 21-day average.
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (WAVE) - The Sherman Minton Bridge is back open after a complete shutdown over the weekend. However, traffic patterns are still changing as construction on the bridge continues. Business owners on the Indiana side are concerned their weekend business could take a hit during future shutdowns.
Indiana Man Arrested for Repeatedly Calling 911 to Say He Was ‘Tired’ and That Female Family Member ‘Was Not Following His Rules’
An Indiana man was arrested last week after repeatedly dialing 911 dispatchers just to complain about his lack of energy and family. George Schroeder, 61, stands accused of making prohibited 911 calls, according to a police report obtained by Law&Crime. “Officers were dispatched to the address above for a general complaint,” the document notes–identifying an address in Evansville, Ind., the third-largest city in the state.
AUBURN, Ind. (AP) — A northeastern Indiana auto museum has received a $500,000 grant for improvements that will include replacing a leaky roof that now requires more than 80 buckets to catch leaks throughout its third floor. The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum announced the matching grant from the National Park Service last week.
Indianapolis man rising through the ranks at Kroger store after being furloughed due to COVID-19 pandemic
So many Americans have changed jobs during the pandemic. One Indiana man happily accepted what some people might consider to be quite a demotion when the pandemic began. “I wanted it to be a breath of fresh air to my community,” Luke Wass remembered. “I wanted to uplift the community in the best way that I possibly could.
The weather is getting cooler, leaves are starting to change colors and the scent of pumpkin spice is in the air - fall is here in Kentuckiana! With the changing of the seasons comes a bushel of fresh-picked events around our area. Here's a taste of some of the autumnal things you can do this year in and around Louisville.
Hoosiers walked all over the state Sunday, Sept. 19 for a good cause. The 30th annual Indiana AIDS Walk was held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thirty teams walked a mile-and-a-half to raise money and emergency funds for people living with HIV and AIDS.
As COVID-19 cases and deaths rise in Indiana, some Hoosiers are still pushing back against vaccine mandates. A large group of people came together for a "medical freedom" rally on Sunday. The people who gathered at the Indiana Statehouse said they came for one reason.
A southern Indiana man died after a rollover crash Saturday. The Jennings County Sheriff's Office said the crash was reported after 5 p.m. on County Road 500 North in Geneva Township. Sign up for our Newsletters According to investigators, the driver, Shane Clarkson, was driving a 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass west on County Road 500, when the vehicle veered off the northside of the road.
Indiana State Representative Steve Davisson died Sunday after a long battle with cancer. He was 63. Davisson represented House District 73, which includes all of Washington County and portions of Clark, Harrison, Jackson, Lawrence and Orange counties. He had been representing the district since 2010.
NORTH VERNON, Ind. (WAVE) - Jennings County Sheriff’s Office confirmed one man has died after a single vehicle rollover crash Saturday evening. Officers responded to the area of County Road 500 in the Geneva Township around 5 p.m. on calls of a crash, according to the sheriff’s office.
The anti-vaxxers who 'gaslight' medics are destroying the patient-doctor relationship in America, experts warn
Doctors who are receiving pushback from unvaccinated COVID-19 patients are burning out. A hotline for physicians is seeing a surge in calls as many consider quitting the profession. One emergency room doctor from Indiana told Insider he's feeling increasingly "demoralized." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
Here are Sunday's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic, including the latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations and testing in Indiana. Registrations for the vaccine are now open for Hoosiers 12 and older through the Indiana State Department of Health. This story will be updated over the course of the day with more news on the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEW HARMONY, Ind. (AP) — A county deputy from southwestern Indiana was shot and seriously injured while on duty Saturday evening, authorities said. Several officers responded to a welfare check just before 7 p.m. in New Harmony near the Illinois border when a male homeowner allegedly started firing a weapon toward the officers.
UPDATE: The Amber Alert issued for 7-year-old Christopher Green, a missing boy from Gary, Indiana, has been canceled, police said at approximately 5:32 p.m. Police didn't immediately provide a reason for the cancellation. Check back for updates on this developing story. EARLIER:
Analysis: Cincinnati stands alone among Group of Five teams that can make the CFP. Notre Dame stands in its way.
Cincinnati will have two weeks to think about the biggest game in program history. After beating Indiana 38-24, the Bearcats turn toward a trip to Notre Dame on Oct. 2 that will determine where this team lands in the postseason and whether the Group of Five will play a role in determining the national championship.
Gary Police are looking for a 7-year-old boy they believe is in "extreme danger." Authorities issued an Amber Alert for Christopher Green Jr. Saturday afternoon. Green was last seen in Gary around 9 a.m. Saturday, police say. Police are also looking for 40-year-old Shanae Brown and 58-year-old Helen Willis, and said they are driving a gray 2017 Toyota Camry with Maryland registration LJA617.