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  • Deadly Greenwood shooting leaves community on edge

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – A 19-year-old man is dead after a shooting outside of a Greenwood apartment. The shooting occurred in the 1600 block of Honey Lane Road, which is off State Road 135. Greenwood police were called to the scene around 2 a.m. after receiving reports of gunshots in the area. When they arrived, they found a man dead outside the entryway of an apartment. Police said the victim is Erion Dae Quan Mitchell, and he lived at the apartment with other family […]

  • Veteran IMPD officer’s small trip to school makes huge impact in student’s life

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – IMPD Officer Samone Willis grew up in a community where people didn’t trust law enforcement. “I didn’t have a negative feeling. I didn’t have a positive feeling. It was just we saw on TV and what we heard. It was like police; whatever,” Officer Samone Willis said. So in 1998, when Officer Robert Henderson walked into her 5th grade class, she was stunned. He looked like her. She had never seen a black officer. In 1998, Officer […]

  • 2 years after murders of Delphi teens, community members still hoping for justice

    DELPHI, Ind. – Two years have passed without answers for the families of Abby Williams and Libby German, two teenagers killed on the Delphi Historic Trails. The teens were reported missing on Feb. 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered the next day. Since then, police have received more than 38,000 tips in the case. They still receive a dozen daily. Abby and Libby’s murder has forever changed the small city of Delphi, but their memory is not forgotten. “We don’t […]

  • Slick roads lead to hundreds of crashes in central Indiana despite roads being treated on Sunday

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The snowfall on Sunday made the roads very slick, and the Monday morning commute is looking potentially problematic, too. State police responded to 274 crashes statewide, and IMPD responded to nearly 200 more. Since 11 this morning, DPW has had 80 trucks out salting and plowing. INDOT has done the same, but it still meant drivers needed to take it slow. DPW Spokesperson Charnay Pickett said they do their best to treat the roadways. “We plow major thoroughfares first as […]

  • 21-year-old Greenfield man running for mayor

    GREENFIELD, Ind. — Most 21-year-old’s are busy focusing on their studies. A lot of students don’t have time for much more, but Zachary LaFavers is an exception. He’s gearing up to run for the Mayor of Greenfield. He’s an Anderson University student and an Indiana Army National Guardsman. “People are going to watch this story and think; What is this 21-year-old or soon to be 22-year-old thinking running for mayor?” CBS 4’s Aaron Cantrell said. “Well, I’ve gotten what’s this 19-year-old thinking […]

  • Hit-and-run crash forces doctor to amputate motorcyclist’s leg; search for suspect ongoing

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Hope is something people hold on to even in the darkest of times. It’s what kept 24-year-old Andres Gomez from giving up after he was involved in a horrific crash on I-70 last August. At the time, state police thought they had arrested the right suspect, but turns out they didn’t. They’re currently still looking for the person responsible for causing the serious crash. Gomez said he was hit from behind on eastbound I-70 near Keystone Avenue, while […]

  • Bloomington hit hard with rain, causing several areas to flood

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Bloomington was hit with major rain Thursday, which caused several areas to see high flood waters. Several homes on Pinewood Drive and Pinewood Lane were damaged by the rising waters. Rachel Lockhart was at work when it started raining. When she came home, she couldn’t believe her eyes. Her home on Pinewood Lane flooded. Rachael Lockhart moved into her Pinewood Lane home 3 weeks ago in Bloomington. When she came home from work and found that her home […]

  • Hoosiers take advantage of warm weather on Super Bowl Sunday

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Everyone knows snow is a package deal when you call Indiana home. “It was refreshing going out to shovel my neighbor’s driveway, cuddling up with my cat, and reading books,” said downtown canal visitor Linda Sutt. “She did cuddle up with me, too. I just wanted to point that out,” said Mike Sutt, Linda’s husband. In February, Hoosiers expect the cold. Warmer temperatures are not usually in the cards, but everyone’s wish was granted on Super Bowl Sunday. […]

  • Man drowns in Putnam County lake after off-road vehicle goes through ice, into water

    PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. – A man drowned in Putnam County’s Heritage Lake after the off-road vehicle (ORV) he was riding went through a layer of ice and into the water. Conservation Officer Lt. Angela Goldman says Brett Crowder, 48, of Coatsville was pronounced dead at the scene after his body was pulled from the lake at about 6 p.m. Saturday. “Divers were able to locate Crowder in approximately 30 feet of water,” Goldman said. Another ORV also went through the […]

  • Broad Ripple woman wants motorists to slow down after car runs through yard

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A woman in Broad Ripple is wanting drivers to slow down on the roads after she said a car drove through the front yard of her Westfield Boulevard home last week. Traci Willis believes the car came up through her yard and hit a small tree. She just wants that driver to own up to what they did. “I was pretty dumbfounded. I can see maybe a little bit up the yard, but totally into our yard. It […]

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