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    Traffic light installed at roundabout in Carmel

    CARMEL, Ind. — Drivers in Carmel will notice a change at the roundabout interchange at 136th and Keystone Parkway beginning Thursday. The city has installed a new traffic signal that will turn “red” during long backups like the morning and afternoon when Carmel High School Students are going to and from the school. All other times the signal will be off and traffic flow through the area will continue as normal.

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    Westfield ready to fill in potholes with cost saving method

    WESTFIELD, Ind- Now that pothole season has arrived, Westfield street crews are using an asphalt recycler to help create material to fill in the potholes. “The asphalt recycler is an investment that will save the city money over time,” explains Mayor Andy Cook. “The administration is always looking for new ways to perform excellent customer service for our citizens, but at the same time saving citizen’s money.” The asphalt recycler re-purposes asphalt millings and creates new pavement to use in […]

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    Suspicious car fires being investigated in early morning west side incident

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An early Wednesday morning fire is being labeled as “suspicious” according to fire officials who were called out to the city’s near west side at Belleview Place and New York Street just about 4:00 a.m. The call out to that location was first believed to be a building fire, but upon arrival, firefighters instead found two vehicles on fire. Despite efforts by the firefighters to get both fires under control, both cars were listed as total losses. Arson investigators […]


    Hammond school bus crashes near Lafayette on return trip home

    LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Hammond school bus from Donald E. Gavit Middle/High School crashed into the barrier wall along northbound I-65 near West Lafayette Saturday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. According to Indiana State Police, the students were returning back to Hammond after participating in a music competition in Indianapolis. It is not know what caused the accident for the nine students on board and the teacher who was driving the bus. The students and teacher were transported to IU Arnett in […]

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    Long time WWE fan favorite, George ‘The Animal’ Steele dies Friday at age 79

    COCOA BEECH , Florida — WWE Hall of Famer George “The Animal” Steele, known for his green tongue and eating turnbuckle pads, has died, the WWE announced Friday. He was 79. Steele, whose real name was William James Myers, had been in hospice care for almost the last nine months. Last spring he announced via social media that he was dealing with “serious health issues.” Despite his in-character vocabulary being limited to a handful of one syllable words, Steele had a master’s […]

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    Kitchen appliance fire listed as cause of incident at Scottish Rite Cathedral

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –One of the city’s oldest structures, the Scottish Rite Cathedral located at 650 North Meridian Street, was the site of a fire run Thursday morning just after 6:00 a.m. Firefighters were called to the building on the report of smoke showing but upon arrival, found the cause of the call-out to be in the basement area where an appliance reportedly caught fire. Water lines were quickly ran into the area and the problem was quickly corrected. No injuries were […]

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    Weekend run in downtown Indianapolis to slow traffic

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Another opportunity for runners to enjoy their sport on the streets in downtown Indianapolis will occur this weekend, however drivers will again be practicing patience as well as finding alternate routes as the Polar Bear 5 Mile and 5K Run/Walk takes place on Saturday, February 18th. South Street between Delaware and Alabama streets will be completely closed from 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. for the Polar Bear 5 Mile and 5K Run/Walk and additional streets along the route will have single lane […]

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    Distracted driving leads to head-on collision near State Fairgrounds

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Distracted driving is the listed cause for an accident on the north-east side along 46th Street near Millersville Road just before 11:00 a.m. Monday morning. According to police, a single pickup truck with two people inside were traveling along 46th Street when the driver became distracted thereby allowing the pickup to leave the roadway and hit a group of trees head-on. The female passenger of the truck was able to climb out of the vehicle but the male […]

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    Additional traffic lane to be built on I-70 on east side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Traffic relief is coming for east side commuters traveling on I-70. Starting this spring, construction will begin on east bound I-70 from  I-465 to Post Road as contractors will be adding an additional traffic lane as well as doing concrete repairs in the area to both east and west bound lanes. Work is anticipated to begin after April 1, and the project is expected to be complete before the end of this year. A specific start date […]

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    Head-on crash delays traffic on northwest side of Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A head-on crash produced no injuries but delayed traffic for about 90 minutes at 62nd near Lafayette Road Monday morning. According to police, the incident occurred just before 7:30 a.m. when a car traveling east bound struck a curb and went head first into another car traveling west bound. Neither driver sustained any serious injury as airbags were activated in each vehicle. Only east bound traffic was able to get by incident during the clean up while west bound […]