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  • Frustrated Irvington neighbors paying for street light over crime

    INDIANAPOLIS, IND. — An Irvington neighborhood is stuck paying their way out of darkness.  Homeowners on South Berry Avenue said their street lacks proper lighting, and it’s leading to criminal activity. “Over the last couple of months, I know of two [car break-ins],” said Christine Caturano who lives on the street. Nearby Pennsy Trail used to have a street light, until it went out in June.  When Caturano contacted Indianapolis Power and Light (IPL), they told her it was a security light. […]

  • North Korea denies Sony hack but warns U.S. that worse is coming

    By Josh Levs CNN (CNN) — North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie “The Interview.” And, in a dispatch on state media, the totalitarian regime warned the United States that its “citadels” will be attacked, dwarfing the hacking attack on Sony that led to the cancellation of the film’s release. While steadfastly denying involvement in the hack, North Korea accused U.S. President Barack Obama of calling for “symmetric counteraction.” “The DPRK has […]

  • Jameis Winston Shoplifting Allegation

    FSU hearing clears quarterback Jameis Winston

    (CNN) — Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston has been cleared by a school panel that considered whether he violated the student conduct code in relation to allegations that he sexually assaulted another student two years ago. Winston was not arrested in the alleged 2012 incident, but he faced a code-of-conduct violation charge for sexual misconduct in the university hearing. The independent hearing officer on the panel, Major B. Harding, ruled that “in sum, the preponderance of the evidence has […]

  • Thousands of Santa Claus’s ‘come to town’ for Santa Hustle

    INDIANAPOLIS, In. (December 21th, 2014) -The song says “Santa Claus is coming to town.” About 4,000 Santa Claus’s came to town today for the Santa Hustle.  

  • Fire Investigators say squatters may be to blame for garage fire

    INDIANAPOLIS (December 21, 2014) –  A fire broke out Sunday morning inside a downtown Indianapolis parking garage. Firefighters were called to the parking garage at Capitol Avenue and Washington Street around 8:30 a.m.  Heavy black smoke billowed from the garage, but was under control within an hour. Investigators say the fire started in a storage room on the third floor, and that squatters may be to blame. No one was hurt.  

  • Indiana Toll Road Operator set to declare bankruptcy

    The Indiana Toll Road Concession Company plans to declare bankruptcy according to our partners at WGN. An official announcement is expected on Monday.  Lenders and creditors are allowing the company to either refinance debt or sell the lease to the Indiana Toll Road. Gov. Mitch Daniels approved the lease in 2006 to ITR Concession Company for$3.8 billion.

  • KY firefighter dies from injuries after ice bucket challenge event

    A Campbellsville, Kentucky firefighter has died nearly a month after he was critically injured. Investigators say a ladder arm came too close to power lines. Captain Tony Grider was shocked  while helping the a local university marching band participate in an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Two other firefighters suffered less severe injuries in the incident.

  • Coroner identifies men killed in Bloomington plane crash

    BLOOMINGTON (Sept. 20, 2014) – Two men who died in a plane crash near the Monroe County Airport have been identified. The Monroe County Coroner’s Office used dental records to confirm the identities of Russell Kotlarek, 51, Saukville, Wis., and Thomas Saccio, 72, Blounts Creek, N.C. The plane crashed into a small shed and wooded area on Thursday, Sept. 18. Minutes before the crash, the men radioed air traffic controllers to say that something may be wrong with the aircraft. A […]

  • Man seriously injured after crashing SUV into creek

    A driver is in serious condition after crashing his SUV into a creek. It happened around 10:30 pm Saturday near 38th St. and Post Rd. Police say the driver was speeding, when he hit two poles, before ending up in the water. Rescuers were able to get him out of the SUV in about 15 minutes. Police think he was involved in a domestic disturbance before the accident.

  • IMPD looking for gunmen after grocery store robbery

    IMPD is looking for two armed men who robbed a North Side grocery store around 10pm Friday. Two men with guns came  into the Double 8 Foods on Fairfield Ave near 34th St and College wearing masks. They tried to kick open a booth holding cigarettes. Unable to get it open, they ordered two customers to the floor and stole their money only totaling $17. The gunmen tired to get an employee to empty a cash register but the clerk […]

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