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  • Indiana Task Force One returns home after more than a week saving lives from Hurricane Florence

      INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — After more than a week battling whipping wind and rain, saving more than 100 lives, Indiana Task Force One (TF1) is back home. “The faces of all those people I can still remember them,” said Captain Michael Pruitt, “We had many members this was their first time out the door to a hurricane.” Captain Pruitt said the rain came down so hard, at times it stung their faces, but the first responders continued to pull people […]

  • ‘They took our money, yet someone knew’: Harrison College sold property weeks before telling students of closure

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — More details and frustrations are emerging from Harrison College’s abrupt closure last weekend.  The Marion County Assessor’s Office confirms, the school sold their downtown property on East Washington Street weeks before telling students it was shutting down. “Maybe they were trying to do the right thing by not panicking everybody, but it ended the same no matter what,” student Savannah Steedman said. Milhaus bought the building and parking lot for $6,300,000 dollars.  The company already owns the […]

  • Downtown Indianapolis scooter crash caught on camera, lawsuit could be filed

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A terrifying electric scooter crash is caught on camera.  A man is launched into the air after colliding with a pickup truck leaving a downtown Indy parking garage, but there is a catch, he was riding on the forbidden sidewalk. According to the city scooter ordinance, scooters are not allowed on sidewalks, but the rider, William “Mac” Brown, and his attorneys say the ordinance doesn’t matter in this situation. It happened on Meridian St. near the heart of […]

  • Hendricks County deputy lands new partner after K-9 falls ill on job, passes away

    DANVILLE, Ind. — A Hendricks County Deputy begins a new chapter after his K-9 partner becomes ill while on duty, and passes away. Deputy Shaun Caffee and his dog Cade were searching for a suspect in Brownsburg in early July when the dog fell ill.  He was pulled off the job, and rushed to the vet.  He passed away the next morning.   The vet telling deputies he suffered from Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV), which is common in large working dogs. “Basically his stomach […]

  • Harrison College shuts down Sunday, students say they are being left in the dark

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A local college shut down after 116 years, leaving students in three states scrambling for answers. Harrison College will close its doors on Sunday, and students say they are completely blindsided. The college operates in Ohio, North Carolina and in Indiana. The semester was just about to close. “It’s devastating,” said Courtney De Asia Zehr, who is an online student at Harrison. “These are people’s lives you’re messing with.” She is now a Health Care Management student, but […]

  • Midwest Food Bank needs your help to send relief for those hit by Florence

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – As Tropical Storm Florence continues to smash the Carolinas, support crews around the country are gearing up to bring much needed food and supplies to the east coast. Midwest Food Bank in Indianapolis will be one of the first groups to head in. The organization is in a holding pattern waiting to ship truckloads of food to the Carolinas. Once FEMA gives the clear to the Salvation Army, Midwest can head in. They operate locations in eight spots around the […]

  • New Carmel collaboration is giving a venue for local songwriters to be discovered

    CARMEL, Ind. — There are plenty of places in Indy to take in a live cover band, but songwriters say it’s hard to find a place to showcase their original work.  A local artist is collaborating with a Carmel worship group to give the Circle City a taste of Nashville. The venue is called the Writer’s Room.  Local songwriter Marc Imboden came up with the idea after playing with national songwriters in Nashville.  His colleagues on stage write songs for […]

  • New development could bring much needed affordable housing to Westfield

    WESTFIELD, Ind. — A new housing development in Westfield could bring affordable living to an area in desperate need.  Currently 40% of Hamilton County homeowners can’t afford to live in a home more than $200,000, while the median cost of a home in the Westfield area is $336,000. Local business owners said they have to overpay for help just to get people to apply for jobs in town. “I’m seeing a lot more single families starting in Sheridan and Tipton, […]

  • Local group works to fix Lake Monroe’s water quality issues

    MONROE COUNTY, Ind. — Lake Monroe spans four counties while supplying fun and refreshment to tens of thousands of people. On its surface, the watershed is 415 square miles, and is a haven for wildlife and a getaway for weekend warriors. But under that surface a murky dilemma awaits. The lake remains in a recreational advisory as seasonal algae issues continue to plague the waters. One group is working to find a solution to this problem. “Blue green algae in particular […]

  • 1,000 American flags honor vets and first responders in Muncie

    MUNCIE, Ind. — A Muncie tradition continues to bring a financial and emotional payoff to local vets, and their families after seven years.  A thousand American flags are on display outside the Minnetrista center.  The showcase is put on by the exchange club of Muncie, and is monitored by volunteers 24-7 until Patriots Day. The group helps to fund local charities including the Delaware County Veterans Association.  People can buy ribbons to honor their loved ones who are veterans or first responders. “Gregg Winters was […]