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  • Police investigate fatal crash on SR 37 in Greenwood

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Police are investigating a fatal crash on SR 37 near the intersection of Smith Valley Road in Greenwood. The crash occurred around 6:45 a.m. SB 37 is closed from Olive Branch Road to Stones Crossing. One of the vehicles involved is a semi, the other vehicle is too mangled to tell what it is. We have a crew at the scene now, and we will update this story when more information becomes available.

  • Mayor Hogsett’s 2019 budget unanimously passes through City-County Council

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.  – A 24-0 vote sailed Mayor Hogsett’s third city budget passed the city-council unanimously on Monday night. His highest budget as mayor features increasing money for public safety and infrastructure while cutting or freezing spending in most other areas. The city will spend $126 million on transportation infrastructure, up from $98 million in 2018, next year. With all of Indy’s pothole problems this year, the spending will pay for road improvements across most council districts. “We’re playing catch up […]

  • Grant County authorities: 2-year-old accidentally shot by 3-year-old brother

    GRANT COUNTY, Ind. – A two-year-old boy is at Riley after he was accidentally shot by his three-year-old brothers, police say. At around 11:00 a.m., the Grant County Sheriff’s Department and ISP were dispatched to the 4200 block of Creston Drive on the report of an accidental discharge. When they arrived, they found a two-year-old boy who had been shot in the right shoulder while standing in the living room. The bullet reportedly exited the child and was lodged in […]

  • Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65, led USS Indianapolis search team

    SEATTLE — Paul G. Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates before becoming a billionaire philanthropist who invested in conservation, space travel and professional sports, died Monday. He was 65. His death was announced by his company, Vulcan Inc. Earlier this month Allen announced that the non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma that he was treated for in 2009 had returned and he planned to fight it aggressively. “While most knew Paul Allen as a technologist and philanthropist, for us he […]

  • Colts, local businesses put on “Pamper Her Pink’ to support breast cancer fighters

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Several Indiana organizations are coming together to support those impacted by breast cancer. The focus is right in the title. It’s called Pamper Her Pink. It’s a day set aside for breast cancer fighters and survivors to focus on themselves. Pamper Her Pink is a partnership program with the Indianapolis Colts, Ashley HomeStore, Tyler Mason Salon and Spa and Harry & Izzy’s. Ten women from across the state were chosen to spend the afternoon relaxing at the spa. These […]

  • Indiana boy had chunks of scalp missing, cut septum, multiple broken bones; 5 people arrested

    NAPPANEE, Ind. – A fifth person was arrested in connection with a child abuse case so severe that doctors said the boy would have died within 48 hours if he hadn’t received treatment. According to the Times Union, the investigation began on March 2 around 9 p.m. when Nappanee police responded to a report of a child in need. They found a severely malnourished and underweight boy with signs of severe abuse all over his body. He was taken to […]

  • Two men found guilty of murder after triple shooting last summer on north side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two men have been convicted of murder following a triple shooting at a north side apartment complex last summer. On Monday, Martell Williams, 20, and Troy Ward, 19, were convicted for their roles in the deaths of Dominique Miller, 25, Jordan Wright, 25, and Justin Crowder, 19. The crime took place in July 2017 at the Somerset Lakes Apartments. Investigators say a drug-related robbery erupted into violence. The victims were found in different areas of the apartment suffering from […]

  • Red, the Steakhouse to close downtown Indy location

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The downtown steakhouse scene is losing a restaurant. Red, the Steakhouse is reportedly closing at 14 W. Maryland St. due to a reorganization of its Ohio-based parent company, Red Restaurant Group. The steakhouse, which opened up in May 2017, its set to close on Thursday. There is still around a dozen steakhouses in downtown Indianapolis.

  • Former President George W. Bush campaigns for Mike Braun in Carmel

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Former President George W. Bush will be in Indiana Monday to campaign for U.S. Senate candidate Mike Braun. He’ll appear at a private fundraiser in Carmel this afternoon at the Ritz Charles. Media is not allowed at the event, so no lives streams will be available. So far, the polls are tight between Braun and incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly. There’s about three weeks left until the midterm elections on Nov. 6.

  • North Carolina police arrest Peru man wanted for rape, kidnapping

    PERU, Ind.– Police in North Carolina arrested a Peru, Indiana man accused of rape and kidnapping. Dustin Day, 35, was arrested on Matt-Neal Road in Norwood, North Carolina on Friday. Police say their investigation into Day started on Aug. 7, when a Tippecanoe County woman reported Day raped her in Cass County. The victim told police on Aug. 6, Day entered her car uninvited and was armed with a handgun. He allegedly drove the victim to a rural area and […]