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  • Mother of Greenwood cold case: ‘I just want to bury my daughter’

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Today is the toughest day of the year for a mom who hasn’t been been able to bury her baby girl. June 24, 2002 was the last day 19-year-old Brookley Louks was seen. It’s been 16 years of hell for mother Kim Louks, who has relocated down to Florida following her daughter’s disappearance. “I just want to bury my daughter,” Kim said. On that day, Kim remembers receiving an odd phone call from her daughter, who was […]

  • Pacers select PG Aaron Holiday with 23rd pick of first round

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Meet the newest Indiana Pacer, UCLA’s Aaron Holiday. The point guard was selected 23rd overall in the first round of the NBA Draft. Holiday, a junior, took a massive leap last season leading the Bruins with 20.3 ppg to go along with a solid 42% from downtown. He led the PAC-12 in scoring, becoming the first UCLA player to do so since Reggie Miller in 1985-86. “I’m just very blessed and very excited,” said Holiday.  “I feel […]

  • Over 2,200 hit-and-runs in Indianapolis since last year, most fatal suspects released within 5 years

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police officers in the city spend more time investigating hit-and-runs than you may think. According to data given to us from IMPD, 2,218 hit-and-runs cases were assigned in 2017 alone, with 14 of them fatal. While it’s important to note a chunk of those involve property damage only, an analysis of court cases shows most suspects who injure or kill someone during a hit-and-run will be back on the streets in five years or less. Currently, the […]

  • Man biking across country to raise money for Boy Scouts makes Indy stop

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A Massachusetts man is biking across the country to give back to an organization that inspired him to become an inventor. Gihan Amarasiriwardena helped start a clothing company called Ministry of Supply following his time at MIT. The company sells high performance business wear for men and women using the same material NASA astronauts use. He credits his innovative nature from time spent in Boy Scouts and Eagle Scouts as a kid.  He is raising funds specifically […]

  • Noblesville students protest next to NRA tent at gun store

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – A group of young Noblesville students are protesting next to a NRA tent following the school shooting at Noblesville Middle School. The first boy at the Hoosier Armory, located on 10th St. in downtown Noblesville, is Ray Kenley, the grandson of former Republican state senator Luke Kenley. “I made the sign and wanted to take it to a courthouse, but then I saw the NRA tent on the way.” Kenley told us. Parents and students made signs […]

  • Former IU football coach Bill Mallory dies after fall

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Former IU football coach Bill Mallory has passed away after suffering a fall on Tuesday. During his time as Indiana’s head coach from 1984-1996, Mallory complied 69 wins, making him IU’s all-time wins leader. His son, Curt Mallory, the head coach of Indiana State, tweeted the news Friday afternoon. “Bill Mallory, beloved husband, father, grandfather, coach and friend, passed away peacefully Friday, May 25, 2018. He was surrounded by his extended family these last days with love, […]

  • Warren Township fourth grader lifted up by classmates’ notes during tough day

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A young Warren Township fourth grader was having a tough day and got an amazing surprise when he got back to his desk. Dustin Ecker, a fourth grade teacher at Grassy Creek, told us one of his students was having a tough day this week. “He was having a rough day, down in the dumps..so I pulled him up to my desk to talk about it,” Ecker said. Without hesitation, the boys’ classmates starting writing positive messages […]

  • Rossville contractors find sweet surprise, 7 kittens in crawl space

    ROSSVILLE, Ind. –  On what they thought was just going to be a typical work day, two Rossville contractors found a sweet surprise…seven kittens. Nolan Beery, Acculevel’s sales director, told us he went to a home that was being remodeled on Thursday morning along with a colleague. After meeting with the homeowner, who wasn’t living there at the time, they went to the crawl space to inspect foundation. A rusted door greeted them at the bottom of the home, but […]

  • 13-year-old girl starts ‘homeless helpers,’ passes out lunches downtown

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – After a realizing helping others is an amazing feeling, a 13-year-old Brownsburg girl decided to give back to the local homeless population. Her mother tells us, after going through some personal struggles, 13-year-old Jocelyn Wilson has had a new outlook on life and started a new group called “J-LA’s Homeless Helpers.” The goal is for her and others to make lunches for homeless people downtown. On Saturday, she passed out 24 lunches downtown from a wagon. On […]

  • Colts trade down, take DE Kemoko Turay with 52nd pick

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Colts have made their first trade since getting three additional draft picks from the Jets last month. They allowed Philadelphia to move up to the 49th pick in the trade and drafted DE Kemoko Turay out of Rutgers with the 52nd selection. In addition to the 52nd pick, they received the 169th selection, a fifth round pick. He is Rutgers’ earliest pick since Ray Rice in 2008. Turay was reportedly born in Africa and played just one […]