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    Water main breaks again along S. Madison Ave.

    INDIANAPOLIS — The 12 inch diameter water main, located at 8021 S. Madison Ave., has again failed, according to an email from Citizens Energy Group. As a result, both northbound lanes and the right turn lane of Madison Ave. will be closed throughout Monday morning. Crews are on scene working to repair the 57-year-old water main. Citizens Energy estimated that the road would remain closed until 3 p.m. The water main had failed early Sunday morning, and repairs were made at […]

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    IMPD officer injured in weather-related crash

    INDIANAPOLIS — An IMPD officer responding to an emergency call was slightly injured when his squad car spun out on a slick interstate overpass and struck a guardrail on the city’s west side Wednesday. The accident happened shortly before 2 a.m. on Township Line Rd. where it crosses over I-465 on the west side. The unidentified officer was traveling southbound on Township Line with his squad car lights and siren on when the crash occurred, according to authorities on the scene. […]

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    Authorities locate inmate who walked out of Arrestee Processing Center

    Update (January 3, 2016): Sheila Martin was arrested around 4 a.m. Tuesday morning in the vicinity of 71st Street and Michigan Road. Martin was charged with escape and with the original warrant charge being for theft. The investigation into Martin’s unlawful flight from the Arrestee Processing Center is ongoing. INDIANAPOLIS — A female inmate is missing from the Arrestee Processing Center (APC) in downtown Indianapolis. Authorities are searching for Sheila Martin, 26, who was reported missing from the APC at about 6:15 […]

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    Malfunctioning hydrant affects response at west side house fire

    INDIANAPOLIS — A response by emergency crews at a west side house fire was disrupted early Tuesday by a malfunctioning hydrant. When firefighters arrived at the scene in the 900 block of N. Concord St., they located a fire hydrant directly in front of the burning structure. One problem: the hydrant wasn’t functioning, forcing crews to run a hose to a hydrant some distance away down the block. The double house had been converted to a single residence and authorities […]

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    Driver critically injured in I-65 crash on city’s south side

    The driver of a car that police say was traveling at excessive speed was critically injured when the vehicle veered off of I-65, flipping several times before coming to rest far from the roadway. The single-vehicle crash happened about 2:45 a.m. on northbound I-65 just south of I-465 on the city’s south side. The unidentified driver was transported to Eskenazi Hospital in critical condition. According to Indiana State Police investigators the car flipped at least five times, and the driver–who […]

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    Wayne Twp. crews battle $100,000 townhouse fire

    What firefighters were told was a small fire turned out to be a much larger blaze on the city’s west side. Three adults in the home escaped without injuries. Wayne Township firefighters responded to a fire alarm at a town home in the 2900 block of Horse Hill E. Dr. late Sunday. When they arrived an occupant told them there was a small fire inside. Crews then noticed smoke and fire coming from around the structure’s chimney. Further investigation found […]

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    Man arrested after firing handgun at SUV driven by juveniles

    ANDERSON, Ind. — A Frankton, Indiana police officer rolled up on an unusual scene when responding to a traffic accident on New Year’s Day: a man at the accident scene firing a handgun at a white SUV traveling northbound on State Road 9 in Madison County. Three juveniles were driving the SUV, and were uninjured by the gunfire. The shooter, Jordan Ray Mace, was the driver of the vehicle involved in the traffic accident in the 3100 block of N. State […]

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    2 women shot, 1 critically wounded on city’s east side

    INDIANAPOLIS — Two women were shot early Saturday at a house on the city’s east side. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police were called on a report of shots fired in the 3300 block of E. Vermont St. shortly before 1 a.m. Upon arrival, they located a young female victim with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. A second young female then emerged from a house–also suffering a gunshot wound. The two female victims were transported to Eskenazi Hospital–one listed in critical condition, […]

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    Michigan City woman claims $330,500 jackpot

    INDIANAPOLIS – A retired state employee came forward this week as the winner of the $330,500 Cash 5 jackpot hit on Nov. 27.  Sharon Weiler of Michigan City knew the week of the drawing she was the winner, but a death in her family delayed the claiming of the prize. Every Sunday and Thursday for the past few years, Sharon has played Cash 5, according to a Hoosier Lottery news release. She frequents Lucky Stop, 1912 Franklin St. in Michigan […]

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    Suspect apprehended after wild vehicle & foot chase on southeast side

    BEECH GROVE, Ind. — What started as an attempted routine police stop ended with K-9 dogs cornering a fleeing suspect, who was then arrested by police. The incident began in the 4400 block of Emerson Ave., where a police officer attempted to stop the driver of a vehicle with a mis-matched license plate. According to Beech Grove police, the suspect took off eastbound onto I-465 at Emerson Ave. The pursuit traveled south on Arlington Ave. near Washington St., then westbound […]