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  • VP Mike Pence makes reporters watch ‘Hoosiers’ on Air Force Two

    Vice President Mike Pence may have left Indiana, but it looks like Indiana hasn’t left him. Even though he’s currently traveling all over the Eastern Hemisphere, he hasn’t forgotten his roots. A pool of reporters is traveling with Pence on Air Force Two, and apparently the vice president has taken it upon himself to choose their in-flight entertainment. According to a few reporters on the plane, Pence’s press secretary Marc Lotter announced that Pence requested everyone watch “Hoosiers,” which he […]

  • Indianapolis man pleads guilty in death of grandmother

    Update (April 21, 2017)– Richard Norris pleaded guilty to charges of battery and voluntary manslaughter. He will be sentenced on May 4. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (August 17, 2015) – An Indianapolis man was arrested in connection with the death of his grandmother, and new court documents reveal he was being treated for schizophrenia. Richard Norris, 21, is charged with the murder of 78-year-old Lucille Gladney. The investigation began Sunday morning when Gladney’s daughter saw that her mother’s car was missing from her […]

  • Dad’s hilarious response to 6-year-old daughter’s accident at school goes viral

    CEDAR CITY, Utah – People around the world are so touched by this father’s perfect reaction when he found out his daughter wet her pants at school. Utah man Ben Sowards is clearly a very compassionate father. He’s raising 11 children, and he’s a big advocate for foster care. Last week, his 6-year-old daughter Valerie had an accident at school and wet her pants. Soward’s wife Connie said Valerie was crying and wanted to go home. So Sowards left to […]

  • Indianapolis woman turns 100-years-old

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indianapolis woman is celebrating her centennial birthday today! Margaret Schroedle has been a resident at Clearwater Commons for the past two and a half years, and today her friends threw her a party with cake and punch to celebrate. She loves to socialize and have been a member of the Red Hat Society since moving to Clearwater Commons. Margaret tells CBS4 that she attributes to getting lots of rest, and she enjoys napping. But when she is […]

  • Mini Godzilla invades Indiana University classroom, quickly goes viral

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — How do you make a lecture about web design more exciting? With a 4-foot tall Godzilla of course! Pictures of an Indiana University professor’s son are going viral after he came to class with her dressed up as the infamous monster. Erika Lee teaches a Web Design course, an Introduction to Programming course and an Intermediate Programming course at Indiana University. Her 7-year-old son Max is a first-grade student at Bloomington Montessori School. He’s been a big […]

  • Cute baby throws hands up in air after being swaddled in viral video

    BOSTON, Mass. – A video of an adorable baby throwing his hands up in the air after being swaddled is going viral, racking up millions and millions of views. 5-month-old Kaden loves to be swaddled. His father Kent Siri tells CBS4 that he has a strong reflex, and he tends to wake himself up a lot when he isn’t swaddled. Siri noticed that every time he unswaddled Kaden in the morning, his arms would pop up as if they were spring-loaded. […]

  • Man found not guilty in February 2015 homicide

    UPDATE (April 5, 2017)– Desmond Aaron was found not guilty of murder in connection with this case. Original story: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (June 4, 2015) – The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department arrested a man in connection to a woman’s murder in February. Officers arrested Desmond Aaron, 29, on Wednesday June 3. He is accused of shooting Amanda Hartley, 26, multiple times and dumping her body in an alley. Hartley was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators obtained an arrest warrant for Aaron […]

  • Indianapolis ranked number 4 best city in U.S. for women in tech industry

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Silicon Valley tech companies are struggling to recruit and retain women, but the Circle City isn’t having a problem. According to a recent study released by Smartasset, Indianapolis is ranked as the fourth best city in the nation for women in technology. The study looked at factors such as gender pay gap, income after housing costs, percentage of tech jobs filled by women, and four-year tech employment growth. According to the study, Indianapolis is actually one of […]

  • Peru man begs for thieves to return stolen necklace with son’s ashes

    PERU, Ind. – A father in Peru is begging for help in tracking down a very meaningful necklace after thieves took it. Mike Arbuckle was working Friday night in Bunker Hill when thieves broke into his truck . They took a cup of change worth less than $20 and a small box with a cross necklace. The cross necklace is meaningless to the thieves, but it means everything to Arbuckle because it contained the ashes of his dead son. Arbuckle’s son Patrick […]

  • Volunteer firefighters in Columbus, Indiana use fire hose to reveal baby’s gender

    COLUMBUS, Ind. – Some people use balloons and cake for their gender reveal party, but this couple in Columbus, Indiana revealed their baby’s gender in the coolest way possible! Chandra Hollinger and Brad Williams are both firefighters and EMTs for the Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department. Brad had two children before he met Chandra. They have a 3-year-old son together, and they are expecting their second child in August 2017. Chandra and Brad had their gender reveal party on Saturday […]