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  • Indy police investigate after 2 people found shot on city’s east side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating after two people were found shot Friday evening. IMPD officers responded to the area of 21st Street and Glenridge Drive just after 7 p.m. Friday. When they arrived, they found two people suffering from gunshot wounds. The victims were transported to a local hospital in serious condition. We will provide additional details as they become available.

  • Ruoff Music Center announces Jiffy Lube Country Megaticket lineup

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The 2020 Jiffy Lube Country Megaticket has been announced for Ruoff Music Center located in Noblesville, Indiana. The following shows will all be part of this year’s Jiffy Lube Country Megaticket lineup: BROOKS & DUNN with Special Guests | Saturday, May 16 CHRIS YOUNG with Scotty McCreery and Payton Smith | Friday, May 29 THOMAS RHETT with Cole Swindell and HARDY | Friday, June 5 RASCAL FLATTS with Special Guests | Thursday, June 11 LADY ANTEBELLUM with […]

  • Indianapolis Animal Care Services offers free adoptions after running out of room for more animals

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indianapolis Animal Care Services is looking for people to adopt dogs as the shelter is full. The agency is an open-intake shelter, which means they take in any animals regardless of age, behavior or health. In the past week, it brought in 230 animals. This made it so they have no empty cages for incoming medium and large dogs. It has gotten to the point where the shelter has crates set up in the hallway. Representatives say […]

  • Toyota to bring 150 new jobs to Indiana with new investment

    PRINCETON, Ind. — Toyota says it’s bringing 150 news jobs to Indiana with a new multi-million dollar investment. $700-million will go to the plant in Princeton, Indiana, 40 minutes north of Evansville. The money is going to modernize the equipment in the facility. Workers will get new tools and equipment to help build 2020 Toyota Highlanders. “You have built-in pride and quality. You can’t replicate that in many places. So when we find it, when we find it here in […]

  • Kings Island set to debut new giga coaster, 1 of only 7 in the world

    MASON, OH. — Kings Island says if you think riding Diamondback is a thrilling, wait until next year! Orion will be Kings Island’s tallest and fastest roller coaster with the longest first drop when it debuts in the spring of 2020. With speeds reaching 91 miles per hour and a 300-foot drop, it is sure to be a must-ride for 2020 thrill-seekers. When completed, Orion will be one of only seven giga coasters in the world. A giga coaster is a class […]

  • Royal Caribbean says grandfather who dropped toddler to death from cruise ship knew window was open

    PUERTO RICO – Royal Caribbean says a northern Indiana man knew a window was open just moments before he picked up his step-granddaughter and lost his grip. Chloe Wiegand, 18-months-old, fell to her death in July. Her family is suing the cruise line for negligence. According to court documents, Royal Caribbean says video proof shows Salvatore Anello knew the window was open, even saying he leaned his upper body out that window before picking up Chloe. Court documents say, “This […]

  • Big Time Basketball: Michigan State suffers first conference loss as Big Ten tightens

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Big Ten continued to prove this week just how difficult it is to win in the conference. Twelve of the 14 schools in the league started the week in the top 50 of the NET rankings, the system the NCAA developed to evaluate teams. In this week’s “Big Time Basketball,” Chris Hagan and Chris Widlic once again check in with every school in the Big Ten. They’ll start with Purdue, which handed Michigan State its first […]

  • 4 high schoolers hospitalized after vaping THC at school in Rochester

    ROCHESTER, Ind. – Medics transported four Rochester High School students to the hospital for drug-related health issues. Fulton County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Travis Heishman said officers and medics responded to the school around 10:30 a.m. after they received a call about students who appeared to be “under the influence.” Heishman said the students had smoked from a vaping pen and cartridge. Heishman told CBS4 the cartridge the students used appears to have had significant concentration of THC in the liquid. […]

  • Lafayette man found safe; Silver Alert canceled

    UPDATE (Jan. 17, 2020) — Lafayette police say Howard Chappell was found safe in Michigan City. The Silver Alert is canceled. Previous story: LAFAYETTE, Ind.– A statewide Silver Alert was declared Thursday for a missing Lafayette man. Police are searching for Howard Chappell, 56. He’s described as 5’8″ tall, 160-180 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Police say he was last seen wearing a Purdue windbreaker, black shirt, pants and white shoes. He was last seen in the Lafayette […]

  • Indiana VFW leader arrested on child pornography, exploitation charges

    CARMEL, Ind.– The state adjutant for Indiana’s Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is facing federal charges. Authorities say Steven McDanield, 55, secretly recorded a minor in the bathroom of his Carmel home. He’s facing seven counts of sexual exploitation of a child and one count of possession of child pornography. In addition to his job as state adjutant, McDanield also serves as director of operations for the VFW state headquarters. He previously served as the commander for VFW Post 10003 […]

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