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  • Crews revive 3-year-old child found in private Plainfield pool

    PLAINFIELD, Ind.– A child was pulled out of a private pool Thursday morning and revived, according to the Plainfield Fire Department. Crews were called to the 5400 block of Caplen Bay Court just after 11 a.m. The 3-year-old child was pulled from the water and revived by crews on the scene. The child was awake and breathing while being transported to Riley Hospital for Children. The child was listed in good condition.

  • FBI needs help identifying person of interest in child sexual exploitation case

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The FBI is asking for the public’s help with identifying an unknown male who is a person of interest in a child sexual exploitation investigation. The man is only known as John Doe 38. He is described as a white male, likely between the ages of 40 and 60-years-old, with grayish-brown hair, balding at the crown of his head. At the time the images were taken, he was wearing a bright lime-green shirt, blue jeans, black sunglasses, […]

  • Enjoy half-priced tacos at over 20 Indy restaurants during taco week

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Forget about Taco Tuesday. This week it’s “Taco everyday” during the first-ever Indy Taco Week. More than 20 locations around central Indiana will offer their tastiest tacos for half-price through Sunday. Part of the proceeds will benefit the non-profit organization Second Helpings. The event is hosted by Indy Food & Drink Weeks and Nuvo. Below is a list of participating restaurants: Big Lug Canteen Brothers Bar & Grill Broad Ripple Brewpub Brothers Bar & Grill Caballo Loco […]

  • Former Yorktown pastor pleads guilty in child solicitation case

    YORKTOWN, Ind. – A former Yorktown pastor pleaded guilty in a child solicitation case after admitting he had sex with a 15-year-old member of the congregation. Terry Dobbs, 54, pleaded guilty to one count of sexual misconduct with a minor and one count of child solicitation as part of a plea agreement. A judge will take the plea deal under advisement. In exchange for the guilty plea, Dobbs could face up to 15 years in prison. A sentencing hearing is […]

  • Trump nominates Indiana Agriculture Director Ted McKinney for USDA post

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Donald Trump has tapped a key Indiana official to oversee trade and foreign agriculture affairs with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The president nominated Ted McKinney, director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, for Under Secretary of Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs with the USDA. The position is a new one created by Congress in 2014. McKinney grew up on a family farm in Tipton, Ind. He worked for 19 years with Dow AgroSciences and […]

  • UPDATE: Missing West Virginia woman found in New York

    NEW YORK — A woman who disappeared on her way from Chicago to Indianapolis has been found in New York City. According to WVNS, Deloris Ann Arnold was taken to Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in New York City to get treatment for a mild infection. She gave doctors a phone number and verified her identity. Family members planned to travel to New York to get her. Arnold was last seen on July 13 at Union Station in Chicago and […]

  • Clerk shot during gas station robbery on city’s southeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS –A gas station clerk doing maintenance work was confronted by a gunman who robbed and then shot him early Thursday on the city’s southeast side. It happened shortly after 3 a.m. in the 3700 block of E. Raymond St. at a Marathon gas station. The shooting victim was inside the station doing cleaning work  when the lone gunman came in and demanded money, according to IMPD. The suspect ordered the clerk back into the cashier area where he handed […]

  • Court docs: Johnson County man facing felony after neighbor shot him in June

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – A Greenwood man who was shot in June after a dispute with his neighbor now faces a felony charge from the incident. Police say a shooting occurred June 27 during a dispute between Jeffery Weigle, and his neighbor, Indianapolis Fire Department member Dean Keller.  The dispute stemmed from an ongoing feud between the two neighbors over a property line and fence. According to court documents, the Johnson County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a charge of criminal […]

  • Florida couple accused of fraud after Paul George and Victor Oladipo allegedly sent shoes for charity

    MIAMI, Fla. – Police in Miami have added charges to a couple arrested for allegedly coercing NBA players, including Paul George and Victor Oladipo, to send shoes to be auctioned off for charity, according to the Miami Herald. Back in May, Justin Jackson and his wife, Angel Lii, were arrested for allegedly impersonating the manager of Adele to obtain tickets to a hip-hop festival, police say. According to an arrest warrant that was obtained by the Miami Herald, his scam […]

  • ISP investigating after suspected grenade found near Boone County road

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – Police have collected what they believe is a grenade near a road in rural Boone County Wednesday. The Indiana State Police bomb team arrived on scene in the 1700 block of Mount Zion Road and collected the item which they believe to be a grenade. Police are examining it for further evidence and will eventually perform a controlled explosion on it. A photo provided from police showed what appeared to be rust on the grenade. Authorities […]