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  • Colts NFL Combine preview: wide receivers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – NFL prospects report to the Combine, or underwear Olympics as it’s sometimes called, this week. Franchises will get the chance to interview players, many of whom teams will be speaking with for the first time. Medical checks are always crucial as well. Last year we saw potential first-round pick Maurice Hurst fall to the fifth round after a medical check brought to light his heart condition. For others, medical checks will be an opportunity to show teams […]

  • Colts NFL Combine preview: defensive ends

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – NFL prospects report to the Combine, or underwear Olympics as it’s sometimes called, this week. Franchises will get the chance to interview players, many of whom teams will be speaking with for the first time. Medical checks are always crucial as well. Last year we saw potential first-round pick Maurice Hurst fall to the fifth round after a medical check brought to light his heart condition. For others, medical checks will be an opportunity to show teams […]

  • Purdue president announces tuition freeze for another year, bonus for employees

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University President Mitch Daniels announced Monday that tuition prices will not change for the 2020-2021 school year. In addition to the tuition freeze, Daniels announced an upcoming bonus for the majority of the university’s staff. This marks the eighth-straight year tuition prices at the university have remained constant. Indiana residents will continue to pay a tuition of less than $10,000 per year. The university says this combined with flat or decreased room and board rates […]

  • DPW will keep trucks on roads through Monday morning

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Department of Public Works will keep salt trucks on city streets throughout Sunday, and into Monday morning. Crews patched more than 5,600 potholes Saturday, according to DPW. Their plan is to keep 40 salt trucks on the roads until about 11 p.m. Sunday, salting pavements and monitoring weather conditions throughout the day. DPW will then reduce the number of trucks to 24, but remain on roads through the Monday morning commute. The department would like to […]

  • DPW treating Indy roads ahead of Sunday’s weather

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Department of Public Works will deploy 80 salt trucks at 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning to pre-treat city roads. This is in response to forecasts that show snow and freezing rain are expected to hit Indianapolis Sunday morning. Crews will monitor road conditions throughout the morning, adding more salt and plowing streets when needed. Remember to give plow trucks plenty of room if you encounter one out on the road. DPW recommends keeping at least three car-lengths […]

  • The Chainsmokers coming to Indy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Chainsmokers’ latest tour includes a visit to Indianapolis. The concert will be on Nov. 7 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The 41-city tour, titled “World War Joy,” kicks off Sep. 25 in Cincinnati and will wrap up on Dec. 6 in Vancouver. Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 15 at 10 a.m. on LiveNation.com. VIP packages, that can include premium seating, an invitation to The Chainsmokers’ soundcheck, a Q&A session with the artists, specially designed merchandise and more, will […]

  • Police find more than 1 pound of meth, $4,500 in cash during Jackson County traffic stop

    SELLERSBURG, Ind. — Indiana State Police arrested two people on drug charges Tuesday, after finding meth, a syringe, marijuana and cash during a traffic stop. Senior Trooper Mark LeMaster spotted a white Ford pickup truck traveling on I-65 that appeared to have fake license plates and was following another vehicle too closely. LeMaster stopped the truck and requested backup from another trooper and his K9, Teague. Teague signaled that he sensed drugs in the truck, leading to a search. Police […]

  • Robbers hit Lawrence bank, caught covered in ink

    LAWRENCE, Ind. — After a short chase, officers arrest two men allegedly involved in a bank robbery. Tuesday morning just after 9:30 a.m., two men entered the Huntington National Bank in the 11800 block of Pendleton Pike, verbally threatening employees and demanding money, police say. Though no weapons were shown, the men received an undisclosed amount of cash and left the scene in a stolen Acura. They drove to a nearby neighborhood, where officers say the suspects switched into a […]

  • Help IMPD identify robber who struck at northwest side hotel

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a person wanted for robbery. The suspect robbed the La Quinta Inn on 3880 West 92nd Street on Dec. 11, using an object wrapped in black cloth that he implied to be a gun. He left the scene in an older model, extended bed pickup truck of an unknown color. The truck was driven by another individual. The suspects may be wanted for other hotel […]

  • Frankfort police warn about counterfeit bills with distinctive markings

    FRANKFORT, Ind. — The Frankfort Police Department is advising businesses and individuals not to accept any cash with Asian style writing on it. The department posted about the strange-looking money on Twitter. According to police, the writing translates to fake or not real and is believed to be counterfeit. If you are unsure if your bills are counterfeit, please call the FPD at (317) 654-4431. ALERT: Do not accept US currency with Asian style writing stamped on it. Call the […]

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