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  • Local organizations working to change perception of Indy’s east side after deadly stabbing

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A man was stabbed to death on the east side of Indianapolis early Wednesday morning. Police were called to the scene at the Abbey Meadows Apartments on North Shortridge Road near 10th Street around 2 a.m. When officers arrived, they found a man in his 50s suffering from at least one stab wound. He died at the scene. The news of a man being stabbed to death only a few buildings away from Indiana Black Expo’s new […]

  • Indiana Black Expo finds new home at Crossroads Bible College building

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Indiana Black Expo is hoping its latest project will help reach more minority youth in the community. IBE just bought the Crossroads Bible College building on the east side of Indianapolis. The nonprofit will relocate its headquarters there and turn it into a hub for its performing arts academy. Members have been looking for ways to improve the academic outcomes for the youth and ways to improve the city for a while. One of the people they’ve inspired […]

  • Crash victim’s daughter reflects on mother’s life

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State police are releasing new details on three separate accidents that happened on I-70 where two people died. Police said a blown tire started it all; slowing down traffic and eventually causing crashes after drivers failed to pay attention. One of the people killed is 45-year-old April Robinson. Her family is devastated by her death. Her daughter Kylie Harris has a lot of fond memories of her mother. “She had one of the biggest hearts. I’m not just […]

  • Plainfield church mourns loss of 2 pastors who pass away days from each other

    PLAINFIELD, Ind. – A Plainfield church is mourning the loss of two pastors, Father Glenn O’Connor and Father Kevin Morris. Morris died in a crash on Tuesday, and O’Connor passed away from stage 4 cancer on Friday. Those back to back deaths have left Saint Susanna Parish church members devastated. “You could tell people have a lot of anguish, a lot of pent up anxiety over the loss of these two great men in three days time,” Saint Susanna Parish […]

  • Irvington woman unhappy with St. Patrick’s Day festivities, while others enjoy it

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s Saint Patrick’s Day weekend and people are already celebrating. Crowds of people packed the streets of downtown Indianapolis for the Saint Patrick’s Day parade. “It’s just a lot of fun. It’s a good time to call off work or request off work and you know and come have a good time on a Friday,” said Indy resident Carlos Hood. Traci Maciotok starts coming up with ways to keep people out of her driveway on the holiday. […]

  • Hundreds come together to learn better ways to feed those who deal with food insecurity

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – One in five people in Marion County deal with food insecurity, but thankfully there are hundreds of pantries for them to turn to. Thursday, those volunteers and workers gathered at the second annual Food Pantry Network Summit to learn how to improve their pantries. Close to 200,000 Hoosiers in Marion County rely on their local food pantries. Many people think they’re huge operations, but most of them are not. “Most food pantries are really small organizations and […]

  • Community members split on signs that show ‘rude hand gesture’ about litter

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A few signs that feature a “rude hand gesture” recently popped up around the Decatur Township area. The person who placed the “we love litter” signs around the community remains a mystery. Some people find the displays offensive, but others think they’re drawing attention to a big problem. “This area has really good potential. I feel like it could be much better but the amount of litter and the amount of people who don’t care is severe,” said Decatur […]

  • Wheeler Mission in need of volunteers to sort donations

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Wheeler Mission helps thousands of homeless Hoosiers. Right now, they’re dealing with a unique problem; they’ve had so many donations pour in they don’t have enough volunteers to sort and organize it all. Clothes, shoes and even baskets are just some of the items being donated at Wheeler Mission. “It’s been such a harsh winter and the Marie Kondo extravaganza has kind of exploded on donated items, so we have an abundance items,” Wheeler Mission’s Executive Vice […]

  • Crews pre-treating roads to prepare for next wave of snow, ice in central Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – In a wonderful world Hoosiers would be seeing trees of green and red roses preparing to bloom only 13 days out from spring, but let’s face it, we live in Indiana. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for central Indiana through Friday morning. It begins at 4 p.m. Thursday and is scheduled to expire at 10 a.m. Friday. Snow will initially fall with this system with freezing drizzle filling into the area early Friday morning. Roads […]

  • Drivers frustrated with construction on 96th and Keystone

    CARMEL, Ind. — Crews continue to work on the 96th and Keystone Parkway construction project in Carmel. Work will continue through the winter and into 2019, including traffic restrictions. Drivers have been navigating around the orange barrels since the early part of 2018, even though some preliminary work had been started in 2017. More than 90,000  people drive through the intersection at 96th and Keystone, and it’s caused major headaches for drivers and business owners. Confidence Upscale Studios hairstylist Robrina Murhead […]

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