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  • Crash closes all northbound lanes of I-69 near 116th Street in Fishers

    FISHERS, Ind.– The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) says all northbound lanes of I-69 near 116th Street in Fishers are closed following a crash. The crash was reported just after 6:30 p.m. No word on any injuries at this time. Drivers can expect backups as far back as 106th Street. This story is developing. I-69 AT 207 MM/HAMILTON CO/ALL NB LANES CLOSED DUE TO A CRASH — INDOT East Central (@INDOTEast) September 21, 2017

  • UPS hiring more 1,600 seasonal employees for holiday season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.  – UPS announced Thursday that they plan to hire more than 1,600 seasonal employees in Indianapolis and Plainfield for the 2017 holiday season. The move is in response to the anticipating increase in package volume that begins in November and concludes in January. UPS expects to hire around 95,000 seasonal employees across the country this year. The full and part-time seasonal positions will mostly consist of package handlers, drivers and driver-helpers. Tractor-trailer and package car driver jobs start […]

  • Juveniles’ perception of police linked to likelihood of aggressive behavior, IUPUI study shows

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A study from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) says the way youth perceive police injustice impacts more than their view of the justice system. The study, which surveyed 95 juvenile offenders, found their perception also affects their rate of aggression. The juveniles are aware they have experienced police injustice, but the study shows little is known about how that could impact their future behavior. The study found youth who could justify actions that go against general moral standards, […]

  • Wayne County man arrested for neglect, battery after infant hospitalized

    RICHMOND, Ind. – Police arrested a Richmond man after an infant who was allegedly in his care was hospitalized. On Aug. 10, Macy McCoy, the mother of the 3-month old infant, transported her baby to the hospital after she noticed marks on the child upon returning home from work. Aaron Mayo, 27, was arrested Monday on a warrant accusing him of neglect for what happened to the infant on Aug. 10. According to documents, Mayo did not have a place […]

  • Man accused of robbing Muncie convenience store, punching police K-9

    MUNCIE, Ind.– Muncie police arrested a man after he allegedly robbed a convenience store and punched a police K-9. Jesse Lindsey, 40, faces charges of robbery, theft, interfering with or mistreating a service animal and resisting law enforcement. Officers responded to an armed robbery at a Marathon Gas station located at 105 West McGalliard Road Thursday afternoon. A convenience store employee told police the suspect walked up with a candy bar, then displayed a handgun and demanded he open the […]

  • Vice President Mike Pence visiting Anderson Friday to pitch tax reform

    ANDERSON, Ind. – Vice President Mike Pence will visit Anderson Friday to pitch tax reform efforts. The Vice President will be joined by Gov. Eric Holcomb, Sen. Joe Donnelly, Rep. Susan Brooks, Rep. Luke Messer and Rep. Todd Rokita as they visit local business leaders and Hoosier families. Pence will arrive in Indianapolis around 12:30 p.m and is expected to speak at the Flagship East – Wylam Center in Anderson around 3:30 p.m. Donnelly's presence tomorrow is significant as @POTUS/@VP […]

  • Police: Kokomo woman dies after driving wrong way on US 31

    KOKOMO, Ind. – Authorities in Kokomo responded to two-vehicle accident Sunday that claimed the life of a 29-year-old woman. At around 4:55 a.m., police were dispatched to the area of US 31 near the overpass for Markland Ave. and SR 22 on a report of an accident with injuries. Police determined that a driver, identified as Amber Watson, 29, of Kokomo, was traveling in the wrong direction in the northbound lanes of US 31. She reportedly struck a semi truck, […]

  • Greenwood police make two arrests in connection with attempted robbery, fatal shooting

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Greenwood police arrested two men in connection with an attempted home invasion and fatal shooting earlier this month. Sam Silverman, 21, and Sean Goodman, 30, both face a charge of robbery. Greenwood police responded to a residence in the 300 block of Bridle Court to investigate a report of shots fired in the early morning hours of September 12. Two residents in the home, Ryan Endress, 21, and Kaylee Whitaker, 21, were transported to the hospital with gunshot […]

  • Teen calls Greenwood police to report her drugs were stolen

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – An underage girl called police in Greenwood to report that someone had stolen her drugs, police say. The incident happened around 8 p.m. Tuesday, prompting an investigation from the Greenwood Police Department. The case involved a total of five teenagers, all between the ages of 14 and 16. Police said the female juvenile told them that two boys came to her home on Lawndale Drive, put a gun to her head and stole the marijuana she’d planned […]

  • Aaron Bailey’s family sues IMPD, City of Indianapolis, officers involved in fatal shooting

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The family of a man who was fatally shot by officers in June filed a lawsuit against the City of Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) and the two officers involved in the incident. On June 29, police said Bailey drove away from a traffic stop and crashed his car on the northwest side. Two IMPD officers opened fire, striking Bailey. An autopsy report given to FOX59 by an attorney representing Bailey’s family showed he was hit […]