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  • Security risks of your smart TV

    We are in the midst of holiday shopping madness. Over the weekend alone, tens of thousands of smart TV’s were purchased. As it turns out, the new television you enjoy watching. Could also be keeping an eye on you. In fact the FBI is now warning consumers about the security risks of smart TV’s. Mike Reeves of Strategic Wealth Designers joins us to talk about the smart TV and the FBI. Mike, what should consumers be on alert about? For […]

  • More than 2 dozen deer die in Lebanon barn fire

    LEBANON, Ind. – More than two dozen deer died in an early morning barn fire in Lebanon. The fire broke out around 6:30 a.m. at a barn on W. County Rd. 200 N. Nineteen does and 10 baby deer died. Investigators at the scene said it appeared a heat lamp toppled over and sparked the fire. The barn is a total loss with damage estimated at $15,000.

  • Police search for Indianapolis woman missing since June

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police are searching for a 34-year-old woman who has been missing since June. Dawn Rae Woolridge was last seen June 23, 2019. She is a white woman with brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5’7” tall and weighs approximately 140 pounds. She is homeless, but she is known to frequent the east side of Indianapolis. Her family created this Facebook page and YouTube channel as they continue to search for her. If you have any information […]

  • Authorities search for handcuffed man last seen near Hancock County Jail

    GREENFIELD, Ind. — Authorities are searching for a handcuffed man who was last seen in the area of the Hancock County Jail, according to the Greenfield Police Department. Police have identified the man as Steven “Scottie” Groves. He is described as standing 5’11” tall, weighs about 200 lbs, has blonde hair and blue eyes. Officials say Groves was wearing tan pants and a gray shirt If you see Groves or have any information on his whereabouts call 911. This is […]

  • Santa visits children with life-threatening illnesses at Indianapolis Zoo

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Santa and his reindeer made a special stop at the Indianapolis Zoo Tuesday to visit children with life-threatening illnesses. The visit was part of a holiday party put together by the organization A Kid Again. During the party, children and their families got the opportunity to look at animals, see the lights, and take a picture with Santa. Organizers say the event is a chance to give families a timeout from doctor visits, surgeries and whatever else the […]

  • 9 tips to deal with stress during and after the holiday season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — For most people, the Christmas and New Year holidays are joyful occasions. But some people are unable to enjoy the festivities due to feelings of depression, sadness or isolation. Eskenazi Health said these emotions may intensify during the holidays due to seasonal factors including a lack of sunlight, shopping pressures, family issues and setting unrealistic expectations during the holidays. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a type of depression related to changes in seasons, may also add to the […]

  • IHSAA reinstates Southport boys basketball team for state tournament

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Southport High School boys basketball will get to play in the state tournament after all. The Indiana High School Athletic Association released the following statement: The IHSAA and Southport High School have each received and reviewed new information regarding the boys’ basketball team. In light of the new information, and in the spirit of compromise, the IHSAA has agreed to accept a suspension of the varsity coach from January 2020 to the end of this season, […]

  • Lebanon police captain faces charges of child seduction, domestic battery

    LEBANON, Ind. — Preliminary charges have been filed against an officer of the Lebanon Police Department after an investigation by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office. According to court documents, James R. Miller faces charges of child seduction and domestic battery after allegedly engaging in fondling or touching of a 16 or 17-year-old juvenile. LPD said Captain Miller was suspended by Police Chief Chad Morgan on September 19 after learning the night before of an investigation of an off-duty incident being […]

  • Man arrested for allegedly shooting mother of his child in McCordsville

    MCCORDSVILLE, Ind. — A man has been arrested for allegedly shooting the mother of his child in the foot during a domestic dispute in McCordsville. Police say 19-year-old Jaden Robinson shot an 18-year-old woman around 2 p.m. Monday in the 8600 block of North Crestview Trail. She was treated at Eskenazi Hospital for a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the foot. Robinson was arrested by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department around 1 p.m. Wednesday in the area of 42nd Street […]

  • Indianapolis awarded $1.4 million gran to address sexual assault kits

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana is getting federal assistance to promote public safety. The Department of Justice announced more than $376 million in grant funding to enhance law enforcement operations and reinforce public safety efforts. In Indiana, Indianapolis received $1,403,842 to support public safety activities. Officials say the grant will provide resources to Indianapolis to address sexual assault kits not submitted to a forensic laboratory for testing, improve investigation and prosecution in connection with evidence and cases, and provide sites with […]

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