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  • Marsh tries to stay afloat in changing grocery market

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you buy your groceries at several area Marsh stores, you’re going to have to find a new place to shop. The Indiana grocery store giant announced it’s closing even more of its stores, following the closure of several others this year. Pretty soon shoppers at the marsh in Nora will be getting their groceries elsewhere. The store will close up shop on April 8, joining a handful of others, like the one at 53rd Street and Keystone […]

  • Bizarre incident happened at Boone County home where two women were attacked

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind.- New details are emerging about a violent attack on an elderly woman and her caretaker in Boone County. It happened at a property on U.S. 421 last Friday evening near Zionsville. Authorities confirm one of those women was beaten and sexually assaulted by an armed man wearing a ski mask. Now questions are being raised about an incident report that describes a bizarre occurrence involving that caretaker which happened just days before she was attacked last week. Deputies […]

  • Get prepared for spring storms

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — This week is severe weather preparedness week. Every year, we see storms in our area that can threaten the lives of you and your family, and authorities want you to be prepared as we move into the spring months. The people in Kokomo know all too well how dangerous these storms can be. Officials there say despite how devastating those storms last August were, no one was killed or severely injured, which they say is a testament to […]

  • Local schools need money for safety improvements

    MADISON COUNTY, Ind.- Two local school districts are making moves to keep their students safer. Anderson Community Schools and Alexandria-Monroe Community Schools, both in Madison county, say they have plans in place to fortify building entrances. However, each district has at least one hurdle to overcome first. The doors at Alexandria Monroe Junior-Senior High School are always locked, but once you’re buzzed in, it’s easy to bolt in almost any direction. “School safety is probably one of the most important aspects […]

  • IMPD continues hiring blitz

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is looking for a few good men and women to join its ranks. The department is making a last-minute push to get the best and the brightest to serve and protect the city of Indianapolis, but there are challenges it faces to do that. As it looks to hire new cops, IMPD is hoping a digital connection could help. Facebook live is just one way the department is trying to attract potential recruits. “I […]

  • Anderson police officer to donate one of his kidneys to Vietnam veteran in need

    ANDERSON, Ind.– Police officers are used to helping strangers, but the help they give usually isn’t as serious as an organ transplant. Last summer, Anderson Police Department Lieutenant John Branson struck up a conversation with Vietnam veteran Edgar Roberts at a restaurant. “I walked through a Cracker Barrel and I’d seen a gentleman sitting by himself, who had a Vietnam marine hat on,” said Branson. The two shared a meal and talked about Branson’s son, who was about to graduate […]

  • Woman who lost car in Primanti Brothers crash speaks out

    AVON, Ind.- Police are still trying to figure out what caused a bizarre accident outside a brand new Primanti Brothers restaurant Saturday night in Avon. Ten vehicles were damaged after a speeding car flew off the road and careened into the restaurant’s parking lot. Avon resident Leah Flowers was inside the restaurant when the crash happened. All the waitress had to tell her was that there’d been an accident in the parking lot, and Flowers knew immediately what was to come […]

  • Indianapolis mother searching for answers after daughter’s fatal shooting, $10,000 reward offered

    UPDATE (3/5/17) – The family of Jessie Whitehouse is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone that has information leading to the arrest of whoever murdered her. If you know anything regarding this case, please call Crime Stoppers at 317-262-8477. Original Story:  INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– It was inside her home in the 4300 block of Norwaldo Avenue that 30-year-old Jessie Whitehouse was shot to death on Wednesday. Her mother, Anna Whitehouse, remembers her daughter as a woman with a good job as a paralegal […]

  • Fundraisers honor slain Delphi girls’ memories

    LAFAYETTE, Ind. — As the hunt for whoever killed Libby German and Abby Williams continues, the community is doing everything it can not just to honor their memories, but to keep the girls’ spirits alive. They may be gone, but if their community has anything to say, their memories will continue to live. “We’re just willing to do anything we can,” said Judy Stowers, who drove from Tipton for a fundraiser Friday night in Lafayette. That fundraiser happened at the Moose […]

  • New bill could help veterans impacted by ITT shutdown

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Nearly six months after ITT Technical Institute abruptly shut its doors and declared bankruptcy, Indiana Republican Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) is leading the charge to help veterans impacted by the closure. He introduced similar legislation last fall, but it failed. Now his office says it’s hopeful this time the effort will work. When ITT Tech shut down, most students had to start back at square one for their education, but had their loans forgiven. However, veterans attending the […]