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  • Camby house explosion victim thanks community for support

    CAMBY, Ind.– Jason Baker says he was at his job at The Pool Shop in Plainfield Monday when he saw something on Facebook about a house fire in Camby. He watched the video circulating on social media, then made a gut-wrenching realization. “And the more I looked at it and saw the tree lines, I knew it was my house,” Baker said. By the time Baker got to his house, the fire and several explosions had done their damage. Even […]

  • IMPD: Juveniles arrested with guns, drugs and counterfeit cash

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – IMPD arrested three juveniles Saturday evening after police say the teens were caught with guns, drugs and counterfeit cash inside a home they had broken into. A neighbor in the 4000 block of West 80th Street called police after seeing movement inside the home of an 85-year old woman who was not home at the time. “This neighborhood was watching and they were very cognizant of the traffic coming in and out of the residence,” said IMPD […]

  • Franklin teens raising money to construct new, inclusive playground

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – The City of Franklin is moving forward with plans to construct a new, inclusive public playground that was designed by a group of Franklin High School students. The 23 teenagers are members of the Franklin Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council. Last year, the group brainstormed the idea to build an inclusive playground that would be accessible to all children, including those with disabilities. “It’s accessible to handicapped children as well as able-bodied children, and they can play with […]

  • Fatal Edinburgh crash prompts new warnings, concerns about railroad crossing safety

    EDINBURGH, Ind. – A crash that took the life of a 74-year-old woman in Edinburgh is sparking new concerns and warnings about safety at many central Indiana railroad crossings. Sharon Gobin died after her car collided with a train passing through downtown Edinburgh around 12:30 Monday afternoon. While the accident is still being investigated, Edinburgh Police Chief David Mann confirmed the warning lights at the crossing were flashing at the time of the crash. Mann said video from onboard the […]

  • Vandalism investigated at Columbus Planned Parenthood clinic

    COLUMBUS, Ind. – Columbus Police are investigating an act of vandalism that left the front sign at a Planned Parenthood clinic splattered with red paint. Columbus Police Lt. Matt Harris says the vandalism was discovered Tuesday morning by employees arriving at work in a different office in the same building, located near U.S. 31 and Washington Street on the north side of the city. The Planned Parenthood sign had been splattered with bold, red paint. The paint had also splattered […]

  • Two skimming devices found inside pumps at busy Franklin gas station

    FRANKLIN, Ind – Franklin Police are urging anyone who filled up at one of the city’s busiest gas stations in the last two weeks to check their bank and credit card accounts immediately. Internal electronic skimming devices were found Sunday evening inside two gas pumps at the Circle K station located at the intersection of U.S. 31 and Jefferson Street. A Circle K manager told police he found the devices inside pumps 3 and 8 while he was changing the […]

  • Wounded Hoosier veteran says donated house in Anderson was never finished

    ANDERSON, Ind. – An Indiana Army veteran who was severely wounded in Afghanistan says a non-profit group gave him the keys to an unfinished house in 2015. Two years later, Tim Senkowski says work on the house was never finished, or done poorly. The house was constructed and donated to Senkowski and his family by The Path Home, an Indiana non-profit group dedicated to helping Hoosier veterans. The keys were given to Senkowski in October 2015 and the family was […]

  • Franklin police investigate multiple reports of attempted home break-ins

    FRANKLIN, Ind. – Franklin police are investigating three separate reports of attempted home break-ins in three different neighborhoods. Late Saturday night, a woman in the Franklin Cove Apartments told police she had just gotten out of the shower and was going to check on her young child when she heard the front door of her apartment rattling. She says she looked out of the peephole and saw a man wearing all black and some kind of mask to cover his face. […]

  • Drug arrests highlight role of traffic stops in fighting drug activity

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Authorities in Johnson County say several recent arrests for drug and paraphernalia possession highlight the important role of traffic stops in helping to curb illegal drug activity. Between Friday and Sunday last week, three traffic stops resulted in four people being booked into the Johnson County jail, and a fifth person being transported to Marion County for an outstanding warrant. Cherrish Dunn, 31, was arrested on suspicion of driving on a suspended license and Sarah-Jo Ramadan, […]

  • FedEx facility would add to other major Greenwood development

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Anyone driving on I-65 south of Indianapolis next spring should expect to see a lot of changes along the 10-mile stretch between County Line and Worthsville Road. Two major development projects near the interstate are both expected to begin construction in the spring of 2018. On Tuesday, the Greenwood Redevelopment Commission approved $17.2 million in tax abatements for FedEx to build a $259 million distribution center near the northeast corner of I-65 and Worthsville Road. The 608,000-square-foot […]