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  • Two more men charged with murder of Deputy Jacob Pickett

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind. – The Boone County Prosecutor’s Office has filed murder charges against two men related to the death of Deputy Jacob Pickett. According to a probable cause affidavit filed Wednesday, John Ball, 22, allegedly provided the pistol that Anthony Baumgardt used to shoot and kill Deputy Pickett. In addition to providing the murder weapon, Ball allegedly “fronted” methamphetamine to Baumgardt and John Baldwin Jr. to later sell. During the alleged drug transaction, police arrived to Ball’s residence, including […]

  • Kyle Schwarber participating in 2018 Home Run Derby

    CHICAGO – Following a great offseason and even better first half, Kyle Scwarber has been invited to participate in the 2018 Home Run Derby. Kyle Schwarber confirmed with ESPN ahead of Wednesday night’s official announcement that he will be slugging in the nation’s capitol during All-Star Weekend. In case you’re concerned it will mess up his swing, Cubs skipper Joe Maddon thinks otherwise. “It’s an illogical dialogue. People say that just because they’ve heard someone say that. It’s almost like […]

  • ‘In the Garage’: Weezer, Pixies bring the hits to Noblesville

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Hoosiers hoping for a blast to the past Sunday night at Ruoff were greeted by not one, but two amazing shows. In a day and age where co-headlining tours are becoming the rage, Weezer and the Pixies joined forces for a well-produced 2 hour plus spectacle. Pixies showed the capacity crowd they weren’t messing around right away, by coming out with biggest hit, “Where Is My Mind?” It’s rare that a bassist would make as big of […]

  • The ultimate Fourth of July playlist: 76 songs for your backyard party

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s finally the time of the year to whip out the jorts and celebrate America. In case you forgot to put together a solid playlist for your party, we have you covered. Below you’ll find 76 songs, dating from the ’60’s until now, for your barbecue and patriotic parties. It features none other than America’s greatest export…rock and roll. Hit follow to save it. Check out some highlights below: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – American Girl […]

  • IACS at capacity due to heat, free adoptions offered through July

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Animal Care Services need your help. Due to excessive heat in the area dating back to last week, the shelter is running out of room and euthanasia risk has gone up as a result. IACS has reportedly taken in 260 animals between Thursday morning and Monday afternoon. While they will never turn away an animal, the shelter wants you to know what to do if you find an animal suffering in the heat. “We are currently […]

  • Small Indiana community wins revamped youth ballpark from MLB after HIV outbreak

    AUSTIN, Ind. – In a small Indiana city that made national headlines three years ago, baseball remains a major focal point in the summertime. The Scott County community does not have more than 5,000 citizens in its 2.6 square mile city, named after the capital of Texas, but has around 230 active cases of HIV. The number represents roughly 5 percent of the city after the CDC said Austin contained “the largest drug-fueled HIV outbreak to hit rural America in […]

  • Mother of Greenwood teen missing since 2002: ‘I just want to bury my daughter’

    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Today is the toughest day of the year for a mom who hasn’t been been able to bury her baby girl. June 24, 2002 was the last day 19-year-old Brookley Louks was seen. It’s been 16 years of hell for mother Kim Louks, who has relocated down to Florida following her daughter’s disappearance. “I just want to bury my daughter,” Kim said. On that day, Kim remembers receiving an odd phone call from her daughter, who was […]

  • Pacers draft UCLA’s Aaron Holiday with 23rd overall pick of NBA Draft

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Meet the newest Indiana Pacer, UCLA’s Aaron Holiday. The point guard was selected 23rd overall in the first round of the NBA Draft. Holiday, a junior, took a massive leap last season leading the Bruins with 20.3 ppg to go along with a solid 42% from downtown. He led the PAC-12 in scoring, becoming the first UCLA player to do so since Reggie Miller in 1985-86. “I’m just very blessed and very excited,” said Holiday.  “I feel […]

  • More than 2,200 hit-and-runs in Indy since 2017, most fatal suspects released within 5 years

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police officers in the city spend more time investigating hit-and-runs than you may think. According to data given to us from IMPD, 2,218 hit-and-runs cases were assigned in 2017 alone, with 14 of them fatal. While it’s important to note a chunk of those involve property damage only, an analysis of court cases shows most suspects who injure or kill someone during a hit-and-run will be back on the streets in five years or less. Currently, the […]

  • Man biking across America to raise money for Boy Scouts, STEM initiatives

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A Massachusetts man is biking across the country to give back to an organization that inspired him to become an inventor. Gihan Amarasiriwardena helped start a clothing company called Ministry of Supply following his time at MIT. The company sells high performance business wear for men and women using the same material NASA astronauts use. He credits his innovative nature from time spent in Boy Scouts and Eagle Scouts as a kid.  He is raising funds specifically […]