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  • 19th annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive brings in hundreds of donors

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana’s largest, day-long blood drive is happening today at Lucas Oil Stadium. The 19th annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive and Holiday Fest started at 8 a.m. and will last until 3 p.m. Saturday. People will be able to donate blood, but also enjoy free family activities. People can participate in on-field games and activities, tour the Colts’ field and locker room, meet cheerleaders and watch Christmas movies on the 50-yard line. Every year the Indianapolis Colts and Indiana […]

  • Deadly fire under investigation in Morgan County

    MONROVIA, Ind. — Authorities are investigating a deadly fire in Monrovia. According to Morgan County Sheriff Robert Downey, the sheriff’s department received a call about the fire between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. Friday at a home located at 5550 Blazing Star Road. He isn’t sure when the fire started. Downey said two people are dead. Police consider this a death investigation at this time, although the arson unit is also investigating. Neighbor Ivy Hayden describes the flames as being […]

  • Hidden treasures found in downtown Indy canal during cleanup

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The downtown canal has been drained so that it can be cleaned of algae and other plant growth. The cleaning will be along the entire length of the concrete-lined canal through the west side of downtown. Crews will remove the sediment by using equipment and machinery, and debris will be removed for disposal. The canal was last comprehensively cleaned in 2007. The city said it’s recommended the cleaning take place roughly once per decade. This project is […]

  • Former Brightwood students still left with many questions after sudden closure

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Many Brightwood College students are still left with questions after the school closed suddenly last week. The school closed after its accreditation was pulled. Students have the option to transfer to other schools, but it’s easier said than done. Former student Nicole Marshall is trying to stay strong about the college closing. “I try to be a good example for my daughters. When you want something you go for it. This program has been hard because like I […]

  • Family members of Kokomo shooting victim speak out

    KOKOMO, Ind. – Authorities in Kokomo are looking for the person who shot and killed 50-year-old Keith Jewell. Just before 3:45 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 400 block of W. Monroe St. on a report of shots fired. When they arrived, they found Jewell dead at the scene from a single gunshot wound. A witness told police the possible shooter was seen fleeing on foot in a dark sweatshirt, westbound on Monroe St. Around 15 minutes later, police were dispatched […]

  • Muncie animal shelter takes in 43 cats discovered in freezing U-Haul

    MUNCIE, Ind. – Muncie Animal Care Services is back at capacity after 43 cats were found in a freezing U-Haul Friday night. Authorities were dispatched at around 11 p.m. Friday to a call at the Baymont Inn. When they arrived, they found 43 cats inside the U-Haul truck in 19 degree weather. “We were forced to take in all of these cats. Many were very pregnant, others had hernias, and needed treated for several other things. While we are so grateful […]

  • Indianapolis woman celebrates 37th birthday by helping others

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – People celebrate their birthdays in different ways. Some take a nice vacation or maybe go out for a night on the town. Indy native Jessica Malone is doing things a little different by giving out supplies to the homeless on her 37th birthday. She had the idea to give back while she was on a date with her husband downtown. “I noticed that it is a huge population of homeless people that hangout here on the circle […]

  • Indiana State Police have responded to 2,236 snow/ice related crashes since November

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana State Police are warning Hoosier drivers to be careful on the roads when snow and ice are present. Since November, ISP has responded to 2,236 snow/ice related crashes. State police said light snow/rain weather conditions worry them the most, because drivers aren’t as cautious. “When we wake up, first responders see snow on the road we know it’s going to be a long day only because people don’t heed these warnings,” said Indiana State Police Sgt. John Perrine. […]

  • Brightwood College closes suddenly leaving students shocked

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Brightwood College-Indianapolis is shutting down after The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools withdrew the current grants of accreditation. Students were notified about the closure through email today. In the email, the President and CEO of Brightwood told students they were unable to come up with the money to continue to operate the school. Here’s the full letter to students: “Dear Students, In early fall, we undertook a path to dramatically restructure Education Corporation of America (parent company […]

  • Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site pays respect to George H.W. Bush

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Millions of people are still mourning the loss of former President George H.W. Bush. The Benjamin Harrison Presidential site is doing so by hanging black mourning bunting. It’s a tradition long-steeped in our nation’s history. Their flag is also at half staff . “I think the Bush family and the Harrison family have a lot in common in their heritage and their appreciation for the American system of government,” said Jennifer Capps, the vice president of curatorship and exhibition for the Benjamin […]