Senator Todd Young

Screenshot of Zoom call

U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) says the federal Payment Protection Program, or PPP, funding is meant for small businesses – and big companies that received some of the money should return it.

Screenshot of Zoom call

U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Brendan Carr say telehealth services can soon be expanded with money from the third phase of federal COVID-19 relief.



On this edition of #LakeshoreUpdate, we’ll hear about the State Board of Education's hearing in Gary, a man gets three years in prison for firing shots into a busy Hobart Walmart, and Chris Nolte has a conversation with Porter County Sheriff Dave Reynolds. All of that, and more, on this edition of "Lakeshore Update."

U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) is touting a couple provisions he helped get into a federal spending deal expected to pass Congress this week.

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement Wednesday. He made the announcement the same day the court handed down its last pending opinion for the 2017-18 term. He said he would continue to serve through July 31.


Indiana’s Republican U.S. Senator wants to expand national efforts to address infectious diseases caused by substance abuse disorders.


The Scott County HIV outbreak helped spark the idea for the legislation.


The “Eliminating Opioid-Related Infectious Disease Act” would allow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to expand education, monitoring and treatment efforts for infectious diseases like HIV and Hepatitis C.


Pence Visits Indiana To Push Tax Reform, Pressure Sen. Donnelly

Nov 9, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence made his second official visit to Indiana in a month Thursday for a roundtable discussion with Gov. Eric Holcomb, Sen. Todd Young and a group of small business owners.

It was held on stage at TKO Graphix, a custom graphics manufacturer on the west side of Indianapolis.

Pence used the trip to continue a push for bipartisan support on tax reform. He says the administration wants to lower taxes on working families, small businesses and family farms.