Flags Should Be Lowered To Half-Staff In Honor Of U.S. Capitol Victims

One officer was killed and another injured on Friday at the U.S. Capitol.

Shutterstock photo.

(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is directing flags to half-staff.

The governor says flags across the state should be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims of an attack at the U.S. Capitol on Friday.

An Indiana man, identified as Noah Green, rammed his car into two U.S. Capitol officers. One officer died while another was injured. Green was killed following the attack.

Per the President’s order, flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on Tuesday, April 6.

Governor Holcomb asks businesses and residents to lower their flags.

More from Local News


City of Harrison Director of Development Takes New Job in Columbus Area

Shannon Hamons gave his notice to City Council last Wednesday.

Semi-Crash, Vehicle Fire Cause Lengthy Closure on I-74

The crash closed I-74 in the construction zone near West Harrison for several hours on Monday.

Franklin Co. Public Library District Announces Summer Reading Program

Readers of all ages can win some pretty sweet prizes.

Local Sports Report - June 2-3, 2023

Rising Sun baseball advanced in the state tournament and area runners competed at the Track & Field State Finals.

Local Sports Report - May 31, 2023

Rising Sun softball fell in a heart breaker in the regional round.

Bode, Cornett, Stang Earn All-State Honors

The standouts from Milan, South Dearborn and Franklin Co. put up video game-like stats this spring.

On Air

Travis Thayer playing
Sawyer Brown - Dirt Road

Dierks Bentley Woman, Amen 15:16
Darius Rucker Homegrown Honey 15:08
Shane Profitt How It Oughta Be 15:05
Randy Travis Better Class Of Losers 15:03