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  • Home invasion suspect shot by homeowner dies

    INDIANAPOLIS, In. (December 20th, 2014) – Indianapolis police say a man who was shot after allegedly trying to burglarize a home Friday night has died. When officers arrived at the home in the 4500 blk. of Devon Ct.,  the home owner told them that two unidentified males had entered his home after one of them viciously kicked in the front door causing significant damage to the front door frame.  The home owner and his fiancé were home at the time. The […]

  • IMPD detectives make arrest in March triple homicide

    UPDATE (April 19, 2017) — A jury found Keith Clark not guilty of murder after his trial. INDIANAPOLIS, In, (December 20th, 2014) – The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office formally charged Keith Clark, 25, and Deandre Kendrick, 24, each with three counts of Murder in connection with a triple homicide in March. The bodies of Martha Zuluaga, James Czjkowski, and Stephen Harold were found with gunshot wounds at an apartment complex in the  9500 blk of Shoreland Ct.  on the night […]

  • Residents raise awareness of Anderson girl found starved

    ANDERSON, In (December 13th, 2014) – The Anderson community came together Saturday night to speak out against child violence. This comes after a 15-year-old girl was found starved weighing less than 40 pounds. Neighbors wanted to peacefully raise awareness about the case. They created a new organization called Many Young Angles to offer support. Meanwhile, the disabled teen is hospitalized at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital.  Her condition is still day-to day. Formal charges were filed against the teen’s grandparents, Steve […]

  • Congress passes temporary spending bill

    (CNN) — The U.S. Senate has passed a short-term $1.1 trillion spending bill that will fund the government through Wednesday, averting a shutdown while the chamber debates the bill to fund the government. The bill will now go to the President for his signature.

  • Councilman helps clean up abandoned property

    Lawrence City Councilor Carl Barnett said it’s about time. Saturday several council members joined him in cleaning up an abandoned property. “As usual, it takes one person to voice their opinion and bring it out in the open,” Barnett said, who lives next to the home. Last week he showed FOX 59 the conditions – problems with stray cats, tall grass and a failing façade. Barnett struggled to find any help from the city. So a number of council members […]

  • Law enforcement gather for Strikes for Special Olympics

    INDIANAPOLIS, In (December 13th, 2014)  – The giving continues this holiday season. Local law enforcement spent Saturday afternoon at the first-ever bowling event for Special Olympics Indiana. Teams of four bowlers donated a minimum of 200 dollars for the cause. The event is part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run program. Teams competed alongside Special Olympics athletes in the two-game tournament.  

  • Marchers gather downtown for National Day of Resistance

    INDIANAPOLIS, In (December 13, 2014)  – Approximately 25 protesters gathered Saturday in downtown Indianapolis. As part of a National Day of Resistance, Indy 10 said the march is not a call for civil disobedience but rather a call from Ferguson for people across the nation to stand in solidarity against police brutality. Protesters marched from Monument Circle to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.    

  • Thousands of local kids have breakfast with Santa

    INDIANAPOLIS, In. (December 13th, 2014) – More than 3-thousand local children had the chance to visit with Santa on Saturday. It was part of the annual Wayne Township Breakfast with Santa event.  It included a free breakfast for children 1 to 12 years old. Breakfast with Santa was sponsored by  Steak ‘N Shake, Toys for Tots, The Wayne Township Trustee’s office and other local businesses.  

  • Man steals car with child inside

    INDIANAPOLIS, In (December 13th, 2014) –  Christmas came early to a woman, her 5 year old son and to the officers of the East District. A woman told IMPD she was at a Speedway Gas Station and  left her car running with her 5 year old son in the back seat.   She forgot to lock it when she went into the business.  That’s when a  male suspect jumped into the car and fled. A description was given of the […]

  • Police involved shooting

    INDIANAPOLIS, In (December 13, 2014)  – A police-involved shooting is under investigation. Dispatch confirms the shooting happened Saturday night near 38th Street and Sherman Drive. Few details were immediately available. Updates expected soon.    

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