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  • Culver’s celebrates National Dairy Month

    June is National Dairy Month, and Culver’s is celebrating by thanking our dairy farmers Local Culver’s owner Jeff Meyer joined us to talk about their frozen custard and show us how to build some delicious sundaes.

  • Indianapolis Public Library celebrates 100th anniversary of Summer Reading Program

    The Indianapolis Public Library is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Summer Reading Program this year. Librarian Jessica Neeb Smith and young readers Lexie and Josh joined us to talk about the program. For more information, call 317-275-4100 or visit the library’s website.

  • Violent night rings in 2017

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Violence rang in the New Year downtown early Sunday morning as police responded to a shooting and a report of shots fired. Shortly after 2 a.m., police were called to the area of South Meridian St. and Georgia St. for a report of shots fired.  When they arrived, they found a black SUV with its windshield shot multiple times, but there were no reports of injuries. Police say the SUV was in a travel lane of the […]

  • Woman struck by car and killed

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A woman was killed when she was struck by a car early Sunday morning. Shortly after 12:30, police were called to the area of 16th Street and North College Avenue.  When they arrived, they found a 55-year-old woman who had been struck by a car while crossing College.  She was pronounced dead on the scene. The driver of the car was taken by IMPD for a blood draw.  There is no word on any potential charges at […]

  • Traffic stop results in drug and gun arrest

    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A traffic stop for non-working taillights led to a drug arrest Friday night. At 10:30 p.m., an Indiana State Police Trooper stopped a blue Chevrolet Impala near 22nd and Liberty Streets for no working taillights.  After speaking with the car’s occupants, he observed a strong odor of marijuana.  A subsequent search found marijuana, open containers of alcohol, and a loaded handgun.  The driver of the car did not have an Indiana gun permit. The driver of […]

  • Pedestrian seriously injured in hit and run

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police say a female victim was seriously injured in a hit and run accident on the south side of Indianapolis. It happened just before 3:30 Sunday morning on Meridian Street, just north of Epler Avenue.  Officers at the scene say the female patient was transported by ambulance to Eskenazi Hospital. IMPD Spokesman Sgt. Kendale Adams said the victim was listed in serious condition, but she was awake and breathing when she was transported. The driver […]

  • Three shot, one fatally, on West Side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Three people were shot on the West Side early Saturday morning. The incident happened near the Checkered Flag Tavern in the 5700 block of West Morris Street shortly after midnight. When police arrived on scene, they found 45-year-old Kevin Wells with a gunshot wound to the neck. He was transported to Eskenazi Hospital in serious condition. Officers also found 36-year-old Daniel Smith of Indianapolis lying in the parking lot suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead on […]

  • Hoosiers Light the Night to battle cancer

    Thousands of Hoosiers walked Saturday night to raise money to battle cancer. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society held its annual Light The Night Walk at Victory Field and White River State Park.  The event honored those battling blood cancers and remembered those who lost their battle.  In addition, the walk raised funds to provide treatments for leukemia patients and to fund research to cure the disease. Final fundraising totals were not available, but the event was anticipated to raise more than […]

  • IFD: Second fire at west side building caused $300,000 in damage

    INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 9, 2014) – Indianapolis Fire Department crews battled a large fire on the west side Thursday morning. Firefighters were called to the 300 block of North Holmes Avenue just after 6:30 a.m.  When they arrived on the scene, they found a vacant structure engulfed in heavy fire. Crews had it under control around 9:15 a.m. Neighbors told firefighters that vandals have recently made repeated entrance to the building, which has been vacant for about four years after serving […]

  • Man drowns in east side retention pond

    A man died after being pulled from an east side retention pond Sunday afternoon. IFD was called to the 4900 block of East 38th Street, just west of Emerson Avenue, at about 12:45.  When they arrived, witnesses told firefighters that a man had entered the water but had not surfaced. Divers were able to locate the man and pull him from the pond about 12 minutes after he entered the water.  He was transported to Eskenazi Hospital, where he was […]

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