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  • Syrian man living in Fishers facing federal charges, accused of unlawfully buying guns

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A Syrian man living in Fishers is facing federal charges for allegedly purchasing and possessing firearms unlawfully, as well as lying on federal forms while attempting to purchase another gun. Majd Al Helwani, 24, was indicted and charged with four felony counts related to those activities on Wednesday, according to Josh Minkler, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana. Minkler says the case stems from a homeland security investigation that began in Dec. 2017, when […]

  • UPDATE: Service dog that went missing after veteran’s car was stolen found safely

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A Marine veteran’s missing service dog was safely found on Wednesday. IMPD asked the public to help find 2-year-old Wrigley on Tuesday after its owner’s vehicle was stolen on the south side of Indianapolis. The vehicle was later recovered on the east side, but police say the dog, a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, was not inside. “This is not just a dog, it’s family,” wrote IMPD. “Please help locate!” Thankfully, officials say Wrigley was found in the area […]

  • Police make arrest in connection with December fatal shooting

    UPDATE (7/18/18) – Walker has been found guilty of murder, one count of robbery, criminal confinement. His sentencing date is for Aug. 3. Original Story:  INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Metropolitan police arrested a man in a murder case months after the victim died from the shooting. IMPD said Allan Walker, 29, was taken into custody for an active murder warrant in Merrillville. IMPD’s Violent Crimes Unit tracked him there and worked with the U.S. Marshals Service to make the arrest. He […]

  • McDonald’s offering free fries on Fridays for rest of year

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – McDonald’s has decided to offer free fries on Fridays for the rest of the year…but there’s a catch. After a successful promotion on free fry day earlier this week, the fast food giant is offering fans the free Friday fries if you purchase at least $1 worth of food on its mobile app. From now until Dec. 30, you just have to present the mobile coupon after purchasing food to receive the medium fries each Friday. Other […]

  • New Upland brewery, bike shop planned in Fountain Square next year

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Fans of Bloomington-based Upland Brewery will soon be able to enjoy their beers in Fountain Square. The company announced on Facebook Wednesday its plans to expand to the neighborhood with a new brewery. The new Upland location will reportedly feature on-site brewing & barrel-aging, a full-service restaurant and a unique partnership with Gray Goat Bicycle Company. In addition to beer, the company will feature an on-site bicycle shop. Gray Goat Bike Hub will offer a full-service repair shop, […]

  • David Arquette filming movie at former Broad Ripple High School

    David Arquette, the actor known for starring in the “Scream” movies and “Never Been Kissed,” will star in a movie being filmed now at the former Broad Ripple High School. Arquette will play the title character’s stepfather in “The MisEducation of Bindu.” Hollywood’s Duplass Brothers, a major name in the world of independent movies, are executive producing the coming-of-age film about an intelligent 14-year-old Indian girl who fights bullying as she navigates a new culture and the issues that come […]

  • How to put financial sayings to work in real life

    We have all heard them, those sage financial sound bites that seem so powerful and useful. But they can often be very difficult to interpret and more importantly hard to use in everyday life. Andy Mattingly, with forum credit union is here to decode some of the common financial sayings for us.

  • No charges for Indianapolis woman arrested in connection with 13-year-old boy’s death

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– An Indianapolis woman arrested in connection with the murder of a 13-year-old boy will not face criminal charges at this time, court officials confirmed Wednesday. Shantell Taylor, 33, turned herself in last weekend. Her attorney, Michael Kyle, said she did so to avoid being arrested in front of family and friends, not because she was the shooter. Kyle claims she’s wrongfully accused. According to court documents, 13-year-old Harry Taliefer was shot standing next to his brother.  That older […]

  • Veterans can skip the fare on IndyGo buses with new pass

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Veterans can now ride IndyGo’s fixed bus route service without having to pay for fares. IndyGo and the City of Indianapolis announced the new Veteran Fare Cards on Wednesday in an effort to provide veterans with better access to transit and employment opportunities. Veterans must enroll in the program in person at the Julia Carson Transit Center located at 201 East Washington Street. The application requires proof of eligibility and enrollees must also have a photo taken at […]

  • Court docs: Anderson man faces rape, drug charges in connection with woman’s beating

    ANDERSON, Ind. – An Anderson man faces multiple charges in connection with the rape and beating of a woman earlier this month, police say. Charges against Mark Gibson include felony rape, dealing in methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor battery. Officers were dispatched to his home around 7:30 p.m. on July 5 after witnesses reported seeing a man and woman fighting. Investigators talked to the woman, who appeared disheveled and was behaving erratically, according to court documents. The woman complained […]