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  • Marsh tries to stay afloat in changing grocery market

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you buy your groceries at several area Marsh stores, you’re going to have to find a new place to shop. The Indiana grocery store giant announced it’s closing even more of its stores, following the closure of several others this year. Pretty soon shoppers at the marsh in Nora will be getting their groceries elsewhere. The store will close up shop on April 8, joining a handful of others, like the one at 53rd Street and […]

  • IMPD continues search for new officers

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is looking for a few good men and women to join its ranks. The department is making a last-minute push to get the best and the brightest to serve and protect the city of Indianapolis, but there are challenges it faces to do that. As it looks to hire new cops, IMPD is hoping a digital connection could help. Facebook live is just one way the department is trying to attract potential recruits. “I […]

  • Anderson police officer decides to go under the knife to help Vietnam veteran in need of a kidney

    ANDERSON, Ind.– Police officers are used to helping strangers, but the help they give usually isn’t as serious as an organ transplant. Last summer, Anderson Police Department Lieutenant John Branson struck up a conversation with Vietnam veteran Edgar Roberts at a restaurant. “I walked through a Cracker Barrel and I’d seen a gentleman sitting by himself, who had a Vietnam marine hat on,” said Branson. The two shared a meal and talked about Branson’s son, who was about to graduate […]

  • Woman who lost car in Primanti Brothers crash speaks out

    AVON, Ind.- Police are still trying to figure out what caused a bizarre accident outside a brand new Primanti Brothers restaurant Saturday night in Avon. Ten vehicles were damaged after a speeding car flew off the road and careened into the restaurant’s parking lot. Avon resident Leah Flowers was inside the restaurant when the crash happened. All the waitress had to tell her was that there’d been an accident in the parking lot, and Flowers knew immediately what was to […]

  • Police hope radio ads bring in Delphi tips

    DELPHI, Ind.- The town of Delphi continues to mourn the loss of 13-year-old Abby Williams and her friend, 14-year-old Libby German. The two girls were found murdered nearly two weeks ago, and yet another day has passed with no arrest in the case. On Saturday, the FBI got a lead that was promising enough for agents to search a home in Peru, Indiana, but the agency tells later determined the home was not connected in any way to the case. Meanwhile, […]

  • Teens urged to use technology safely following Delphi murders

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The best leads authorities have come from Liberty German’s cell phone: a suspect’s picture and an audio clip. Wednesday morning, authorities called her a “hero” for having the presence of mind to record what was happening in her final moments. And while it may be disturbing, technology like that may be what leads to a break in the case. Bottom line, experts say young people need to be aware of their surroundings and trust their guts. Again, police […]

  • New charges in death of woman dragged by car

    NDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Last month, 25-year-old Jordan King died after being dragged almost 100 feet by a car, allegedly by the man she went to buy heroin from. But in the days following her death, her family worried that suspect might not be held directly responsible for her death. “We just wanted to make sure our daughter had the right kind of justice,” said Jordan’s mother, Lisa King. Jordan was found on the side of Martin Luther King Jr. Street on […]

  • Psychologist offers advice to parents on how to discuss tragedy with children

    DELPHI, Ind.- As the search for answers continues to grow, so does the speculation about how 13-year-old Abigail Williams and 14-year-old Liberty German died—speculation that can cause stress and anxiety in kids, especially teens. Experts say in situations like this parents are the ones who need to take the first step in making sure their own kids feel safe and secure. It’s a story playing out on TV, in newspapers and at break-neck speed on social media. And for kids […]

  • Police searching for man accused of flashing women along Monon Trail

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Indianapolis police are looking for a man they say exposed himself to several women along the Monon Trail on the city’s near north side.  According to investigators, the incident happened near the intersection of 49th Street and the Monon Trail. Authorities say the man knowingly ran past two women with his genitals fully exposed, then ran circles around them before he “tucked himself away and then ran off.” They say he also ran past a 14 or 15-year-old girl […]

  • Marion County Sheriff reflects on meeting President Trump

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- Just two days after his meeting with President Donald Trump, Marion County Sheriff John Layton (D) sat down for an interview to talk about what he hopes President Trump will do for law enforcement here in central Indiana. He also spoke of the need to get better mental health care for inmates in Marion County. Sheriff Layton met with the President as part of the National Sheriff’s Association, which President Trump invited to the White House earlier this week. […]