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  • 4th scooter company, Lyft, to start operating in Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – A fourth scooter company is setting up shop in Indianapolis. Thursday, the City said its Department of Business and Neighborhood Services (BNS) gave final approval for Lyft to join Bird, Lime and Spin. Additionally, a meeting of the BNS Board is scheduled for May 10 to introduce and adopt several regulations regarding mobility operations in Indy. The regulations are expected to include caps on the number of companies allowed to operate in the city, caps on the […]

  • Here’s how Trump’s visit will affect Indianapolis traffic on Friday

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Drivers should expect closures and delays in Indianapolis when President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence make their appearance at the NRA Convention on Friday. The most likely delays will be between 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. when eastbound I-70 will be closed between I-465 and downtown. Eastbound I-70 will be diverted to I-465 north and south. Delays are also expected between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. when westbound I-70 will be closed near downtown. Westbound […]

  • Police offer reminder of Indiana gun carry laws, gun safety tips ahead of NRA convention

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is encouraging residents and those attending the NRA convention to brush up on Indiana’s gun carry laws ahead of the event. Indiana gun laws: Individuals must have an Indiana license to carry a handgun in public. The application process can be started on the Indiana State Police website. Owners of private property have the right to determine whether firearms are permitted on that property. The law does not distinguish between the open […]

  • Police arrest student after gun, knife found on Anderson High School property

    ANDERSON, Ind.– A student was arrested Thursday after police say he had a knife and handgun on Anderson High School property. Mason Shetterly, 18, allegedly was telling other students Wednesday that he had a gun. Students reported his claims to school officials, who passed it along to police. When an officer asked Shetterly about the gun, he allegedly admitted to having one in his car. The officer retrieved the gun and placed Shetterly under arrest. Police say a knife was […]

  • Man arrested in Arizona faces charges in 2018 Winchester murder

    WINCHESTER, Ind.– A man is facing murder and theft charges in Indiana after being arrested in Arizona. Police in Winchester had been looking for Monty Cook since a man was found dead in a home in 2018. Around 1 p.m. on November 3, 2018, police found 61-year-old David Brumley dead in a home on West South Street following a welfare check. Brumley’s 2006 Ford Mustang GT and debit card had been taken. Evidence led police investigators to believe Cook, 59, […]

  • Woman pleads for return of engagement ring, necklace after truck broken into in Carmel

    CARMEL, Ind.– A woman is hoping whoever stole her purse from her truck will return her engagement ring and necklace. Lucy Miranda says someone broke the window of her truck, which was parked at St. Vincent Hospital in Carmel between 1:39-4:30 p.m. Wednesday. Two things she says she loves and values most out of her belongings, her engagement ring and a diamond necklace, were inside her purse. She also had $320, debit and credit cards, insurance cards and more inside […]

  • UPDATE: DNR says animal that killed Brown County family’s pet was bobcat, not mountain lion

    NASHVILLE, Ind. — Last month, we told you about a family in Brown County who said a large cat attacked and killed their beloved house cat. They chased the animal through the woods with a gun because they thought it was a mountain lion. However, state wildlife officials say the animal was a bobcat, not a mountain lion. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources began investigating the case on March 11. DNR staff examined the cat’s carcass and found bite […]

  • Older Hoosiers help children, earn money through Foster Grandparent Program

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The federal government is funding what it calls the Foster Grandparent Program in Indiana. The program offers people 55 and older the opportunity to serve as mentors and tutors for children with special needs or who are considered to be at risk. These “Foster Grandparents” provide at least 15 hours of weekly service to non-profit organizations such as schools, hospitals, day cars and homeless centers. The volunteers visit their assigned location several times a week, serving as an extra […]

  • UPDATE: Police cancel Amber Alert for 17-year-old girl missing from New Albany

    NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Police canceled a statewide Amber Alert for a teen girl missing from New Albany. The Amber Alert for the 17-year-old girl was canceled less than an hour after it was issued. According to the New Albany police chief, the alert was issued based on information received by a third party which led law enforcement to believe the girl was in danger. Police say the girl returned home safe and unharmed on her own accord. The incident […]

  • Tens of thousands of drivers prepare for major construction project on I-65 northbound

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – INDOT crews begin a large construction project on I-65 northbound Friday. Two lanes of I-65 northbound from Southport Road to I-465 will close at 9 p.m. Friday and reopen at 6 a.m. Monday. One lane will remain open at all times. The second segment from I-465 to the south split on I-65 northbound will close from 9 a.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Monday. There will not be any lanes open on this segment. INDOT said the off […]

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