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  • New social media challenge leading to cars and homes being hit with paintballs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Paintball wars have broken out on the city’s northwest side, with homes and cars getting caught in the crossfire. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says it’s all part of a social media challenge. They’re afraid someone could be badly hurt or even killed. Michael Turman says there’s no other way to paint this picture. He believes the paintball wars being waged in some Indy neighborhoods are downright dangerous. “With them doing this in a neighborhood that is […]

  • New bill passed into Indiana law to protect man’s best friend

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A Johnson County man has been arrested after investigators say he and his wife neglected their dog. Sheriff deputies arrested 33-year-old Michael Setser and are currently looking for his wife Amanda. Law enforcement wants to remind people that dogs are protected under Indiana law, and new legislation could keep offenders from possessing another animal for a length of time. People can be arrested for abandonment, hurting, or neglecting their pet, but Friends of Indianapolis Dogs Outside and […]

  • Alert issued after second armed robbery within two days reported near IUPUI

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An emergency alert was issued after an armed robbery occurred near Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis on Sunday morning. According to police, the robbery occurred around 9 a.m. in the area of 10th Street and Indiana Avenue. The university stated the suspect was described as a black female, 5 feet 3 inches tall and 150 pounds, wearing a surgical-type blue mask, black hoodies and grey jogging pants. She was armed with a black or grey handgun […]

  • IFD recruit killed in crash leaves a community in mourning

    HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. – An entire community is in mourning after an Indianapolis Fire Department recruit lost his life in a crash. Authorities say 26 year old David Short II after he was hit head-on while driving along Mt. Comfort road in Hancock County. “My son was a good man. He was a good friend. He was a good boyfriend. He was a good employee and it leaves a hole for a lot of people; not just family,” David’s father […]

  • Flooding issues leave Carmel neighborhood frustrated

    CARMEL, Ind.– Rain is on the radar for Friday evening and for people living off 106th and Keystone in Carmel, that news worries them. They say their new drainage system is causing more flooding issues in the Jordan Woodlands neighborhood. About six months ago the city of Carmel put in a new hybrid drainage system to help with flooding issues in the neighborhood. Carmel resident Andy Kruger says homes in the low-lying areas still see high levels of water in […]

  • Inmates at Indiana Women’s Prison get opportunity to earn associate degrees

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Marian University is hoping its new initiative makes a difference in the lives of women in prison. The university has teamed up with the Indiana Women’s Prison to give inmates the chance to earn an associate’s degree while behind bars through the Women’s College Partnership. Sixteen inmates at the Indiana Women’s Prison are currently getting the chance to further their education through a joint venture between Marian and the Bard Prison Initiative. Since 2017, the university’s Director […]

  • Canada geese are in nesting season, causing aggressive behavior

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – They can weigh up to about 20 pounds, many fear them, and they’re hard to escape. We’re talking about Canada geese. After a goose attack at a Fishers Walmart this week DNR: Division of Fish and Wildlife wants to make sure you know what to do if you come face to face with a goose. Canada geese can be aggressive and territorial especially during the months of March through June, because it’s nesting season. “They’re working to […]

  • Missing Avon mother’s family, friends pray for justice 4 weeks after her disappearance

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — This weekend police were back searching ponds up in northwest Indiana looking for any new clues in the death investigation of Najah Ferrell. A fisherman found human remains believe to be Ferrel’s in Crown Point just last week.  Police suspect foul play in the missing Avon mother’s case. Loved ones gathered Sunday night to honor Ferrell during a community prayer service as they wait for answers. “It’s been a hard thing to be able to navigate through and figure […]

  • More than 200 volunteers donate their time to clean up The White River

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The banks of the Downtown White River are a little bit cleaner today thanks to more than 200 volunteers taking time to clean it up. The 31st annual White River Cleanup event started bright and early Saturday morning. Volunteers from Citizens Energy Group, Friends of the White River, and various other groups teamed up to remove litter, trash, and illegally dumped debris. Volunteer Coach Harger said he’s seen the banks of the river improve drastically over the […]

  • City unanimously votes for $360 million deal to keep Pacers in Indy for 25 years

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indiana Pacers and the city agreed to a $360-million deal to keep the team in Indianapolis for 25 more years. The Marion County Capital Improvement Board (CIB) owns the city’s professional sports stadiums. They voted unanimously in favor of the deal Friday morning. The agreement includes $360 million for capital improvements comprised of an estimated $270 million from state and CIB sources and $65 million of private investment from Pacers Sports & Entertainment, including real estate purchases needed […]

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