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  • Indianapolis man charged with murder in shooting on northeast side

    UPDATE (May 17,2018) – Larry Thomas has been found guilty on two counts of murder and one count of robbery resulting in serious bodily injury. Original Story:  INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Mar. 11, 2016)– Police arrested an Indianapolis man Friday in connection with a fatal shooting on Feb. 29. Larry Thomas, 20, faces a preliminary murder charge in the death of Rito Llamas-Juarez. Thomas was arrested after appearing in court for a different case. The shooting took place in the 3900 block […]

  • Mother says Ben Davis student found dead behind dumpster was strangled

    UPDATE (2/23/18) – William Mosely was sentenced to 45 years in prison for the murder of Woods. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The death of an 18-year-old Ben Davis student is being investigated by police as a homicide. Renia Woods, 18, was found on March 21 behind a dumpster in the 1400 block of Campbell Avenue. She was a senior at Ben Davis High School and had plans to enroll at Indiana State in the fall to study finance. Metro police said Woods was babysitting her […]

  • Indianapolis man and his father charged with murder of 62-year-old man

    UPDATE (2/22/18) – Both men were found guilty for the murder of Mohamed Mahmoud. Original Story: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) detectives arrested two suspects in connection with the death of a 62-year-old man. Mohamed Mahmoud was killed on April 21 on the southwest side of Indianapolis. His body was found in the 2300 block of South Lynhurst Drive. Friday, Akram Abd, 20, and his father, 43-year-old Ziad Abd, both of Indianapolis, were arrested in connection with Mahmoud’s death. Both […]

  • Carmel family offers reward for missing skateboarding dog

    CARMEL, Ind.– A Carmel family is hoping someone knows what happened to their skateboarding English bulldog. Christina Kiger and her family got Gus in Lafayette when he was 8 weeks old. They researched and prepared for 10 years before getting a bulldog because they knew the breed requires a lot of care and they can be very expensive. On Oct. 4, Gus disappeared from their front yard in the area of 146th Street and Carey Road. A police report was filed, […]

  • Former Zionsville middle school teacher arrested on child seduction charges

    UPDATE – Plewa was sentenced on 10/25/17 to two years of probation following his 2016 arrest on child seduction charges. Original Story: BOONE COUNTY, Ind. (April 21, 2016)– A former Zionsville West Middle School orchestra teacher was arrested Thursday on four counts of child seduction. Police received a report on March 16 of a young female who said she had a sexting relationship with Michael Plewa, 33, while attending the middle school. According to police, while she was in eighth grade, […]

  • Colts’ notebook: Breakout runs return to offense, thanks to Marlon Mack

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – When considering the sudden impact Marlon Mack provides to the Indianapolis Colts’ offense – to the running game – pay attention to Chuck Pagano’s right hand. The topic of discussion during Pagano’s Monday afternoon press conference at one point turned to Mack’s big-play prowess that was on display in the 26-23 overtime win over San Francisco the previous day. The rookie led the Colts with 91 yards on nine carries, and the quality-over-quantity performance included runs of […]

  • Person of interest in Delphi murders was living homeless in Indiana the same week girls’ bodies were found, police say

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ind.– Police confirm the man arrested in Colorado on Monday and called a person of interest in the murders of Delphi teens Abby Williams and Libby German was living homeless in Morgan County the same week the girls’ bodies were found. Daniel Nations, 31, was living under bridges in Morgan County when the girls were murdered, according to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department. “The last address that he reported with us was that he was staying homeless in the […]

  • Indiana not included in list of 21 states targeted by hackers during 2016 election

    WASHINGTON– The federal government on Friday told election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems last year, although in most cases the systems were not breached. The government told The Associated Press last year that more than 20 states were targeted by hackers believed to be Russian agents before the 2016 elections. But for many states, the calls Friday from the Department of Homeland Security were the first official confirmation of whether their states were on the list. […]

  • Trial could result in Kentucky becoming first state without an abortion clinic

    LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Its survival on the line, Kentucky’s last abortion clinic is in the midst of a pivotal legal showdown with health regulators and the state’s anti-abortion governor that could determine whether Kentucky becomes the first state in the nation without an abortion clinic. The licensing fight, which began in a Louisville federal courtroom Wednesday, revolves around a state law requiring that EMW Women’s Surgical Center have agreements with a hospital and an ambulance service in the event of medical […]

  • Five areas of interest as Colts open OTA work

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This is as close to the real thing as it gets, until the real thing rolls around in late July. This is the third phase of the NFL’s offseason program: organized team activities (OTAs). With two weeks of strength and conditioning (Phase 1) followed by three weeks of on-field drills limited to positional work (Phase 2) behind them, the Indianapolis Colts on Monday embarked on the segment that offers general manager Chris Ballard, coach Chuck Pagano and […]