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  • Patient opens up about recovery from brain injury, drug addiction after crash

    INDIANAPOLIS – It’s been a long road to recovery for a southern Indiana man who has a new outlook on life and wants others to avoid the same mistakes he’s made. Eli Cornwell, 24, said a crash last October that ended with a severe brain injury has led him to get over his addiction to drugs. Last October, Cornwell, who lives in Daviess County, was on the road when he fell out of a truck going 40 miles per hour. […]

  • Crispus Attucks returning to state finals for first time in 58 years

    INDIANAPOLIS – The IHSAA basketball season comes to an end Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. It will also mark the end of a championship appearance for Crispus Attucks High School, which hasn’t played in a title game since 1959. The Tigers enter the weekend with a 24-4 record after their win over Evansville Bosse in semi-state and will face Twin Lakes in the 3A championship game. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. Saturday. “I think it’s going to be crazy,” […]

  • IMPD officers fighting crime with food

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A new program for IMPD’s east district started Monday that will equip officers with food for people in need. The bags from the Community Action Relief Effort, or CARE, will also help officers connect with residents when they’re patrolling the city’s streets. Bags were put together with food from Gleaners Food Bank. Each bag contains enough food for 12 to 16 meals. When the program began Monday, there were 162 bags ready to hand out and 800 […]

  • Affordable housing for artists coming to south-side neighborhood

    INDIANAPOLIS – A south-side neighborhood plagued with vacant homes will soon see some new life. Big Car Collaborative is renovating a handful of homes in the Garfield Park neighborhood with two of them becoming available next month for artists. Big Car Collaborative co-founder Jim Walker said his organization was able to purchase the properties thanks to financial assistance through the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Project, which looks for innovative ways to put Indianapolis residents into homes. “It was a type of […]

  • New medical device keeping transplant hearts alive longer at IU Health

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A new medical device is keeping hearts used in transplants alive longer. The device is called a “Heart-in-a-Box” and it’s on clinical trial at IU Health Methodist Hospital. Since the first heart transplant, getting the heart from one place to another was done by keeping the heart cold. “This is what you typically see in any TV show on. Everything is packed in a cooler and brought back,” said Dr. I-Wen Wang, cardiothoracic surgeon at IU Health Methodist […]

  • City getting bigger boost due to NCAA tourney draw

    INDIANAPOLIS – The brackets are out and this year’s NCAA men’s college basketball tournament includes a site in the Circle City. After eight of the 68 teams in the dance learned they were coming to Indianapolis, area businesses noticed many of those fans were very interested in joining their schools on the trip. There are five teams coming to Indianapolis this year that are from a state that borders Indiana. They include the University of Dayton, Northern Kentucky University and big-name […]

  • INDOT spent nearly $15 million less during mild winter

    INDIANAPOLIS – It’s been a mild winter across Indiana, and while Hoosiers know there’s always a chance for a spring snow storm, the lack of snow over the last few months has lowered INDOT’s winter operation spending by $14.7 million compared to the recent average. INDOT spokesperson Nathan Riggs said the biggest issue his crews have dealt with this winter is ice. Back in mid-December, ice brought Interstate 465 to a halt for several hours. During the 2016-2017 winter, INDOT […]

  • New five-story apartment complex coming to Broad Ripple in April

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A new apartment complex with 151 units will open in Broad Ripple at the beginning of April. While the project had pushback from the community to start, nearby businesses are excited about a potential uptick in sales. The apartments, named The Coil, sit on College Avenue, just north of the Canal. Future tenants will have options of a studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom apartments, and townhouses. Browning Investments developed the apartments, with shares a wall with a soon-to-open […]

  • Indiana needs more licensed foster parents

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Child Services released a new report that said the state has over 23,000 Hoosier children who need a foster home. The number is up nearly three thousand compared to this time a year ago. A spokesperson with DCS said there are many reasons why her office will remove children from their homes, but Brenda Chapin, the vice president of program and administration with The Villages of Indiana, said her staff has seen the increase […]

  • Protesters want work on Westfield Blvd. floodwall stopped

    INDIANAPOLIS – A couple dozen people showed their opposition to a floodwall near the White River Wednesday afternoon. Protesters held signs telling the city to stop the work or it will destroy Rocky Ripple. Last month the city announced it would contribute at least $10 million to protect homes in the area from flooding and would look at ways to fund the remaining $30 million or so needed to get the job done. The money would go to building a […]