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  • ISP arrest Indianapolis man for drunk driving with 2 children in his car

    VIGO COUNTY, Ind. — An Indianapolis man faces multiple charges after driving drunk with two children his car. Indiana State Police (ISP) said around 2:45 p.m. on Thursday, officers responded to a report of a car striking a guardrail and driving erratically on westbound I-70. An ISP trooper saw a vehicle partially on the shoulder off of I-70 that matched the description of the car. Police said an adult man and two children in car seats were found in the […]

  • Antenna users: rescan required Oct. 18 to continue watching CBS4

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — If you watch CBS4 or WTTK Channel 29 using an antenna, this important message is for you. On Friday, October 18, you will need to rescan your TV so you don’t miss any of your favorite CBS shows, Indianapolis Colts games and CBS4 News. It’s easy to do, and no new equipment is required: Press “menu” on your remote control. Select “set-up,” then “antenna.” Select “channel scan” or “auto tune.” Wait for your television to find the […]

  • Indiana State Police Trooper Peter Stephan to be honored at funeral in Kokomo

    KOKOMO, Ind. – A fallen trooper will be remembered and honored today. Flags are being flown at half-staff across the state to honor the life of Indiana State Police Trooper Peter Stephan. Peter Stephan’s funeral is scheduled for 11 a.m. at Crossroads Community Church in Kokomo, and it is expected to last more than an hour.  Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter and Governor Eric Holcomb will speak during the service. His burial will immediately follow at Russiaville Cemetery. The public is […]

  • Person killed in crash involving IndyGo bus on south side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit and killed on the south side of Indianapolis. A spokesperson with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department told us an IndyGo bus hit the victim, but the circumstances surrounding the crash are unclear. Police say the victim may have already been lying in the road. Southbound Madison Avenue is closed in the area while IMPD investigates. We have a crew headed to the scene now, and we will update this story with […]

  • 6 suffer injuries during 2-vehicle crash in Boone County

    WHITESTOWN, Ind. — Six people were injured during a two-vehicle crash in Whitestown, according to authorities. Shortly before 5:30 p.m. Thursday, responders were called to the intersection of State Road 267 and Indianapolis Road. Police say there was a collision between a semi headed southbound on SR 267 and a car headed eastbound on Indianapolis Road. The car contained five people, and the semi contained one, authorities say. Responders immediately began treating all six individuals upon arrival, according to Whitestown […]

  • Thursday afternoon shooting on Indy’s northeast side injures one person

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — One person is injured after being shot on the northeast side of Indianapolis according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The call came in shortly before 5:00 p.m. from the 5000 block of East 38th North Drive.  Police say the victim is awake and breathing. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS. This is a developing story. We will provide additional details as they become available.

  • Bloomington Farmers’ Market addressing issues after uproar over vendor’s alleged white supremacy ties

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Bloomington city leaders are working to make the community farmers’ market a more welcoming and inclusive environment. This comes after a vendor’s alleged ties to white supremacy sparked protests and threats. Schooner Creek Farm, the vendor at the center of the farmer’s market controversy, is accused of having ties to white supremacy. The owner denies any ties to a hate group. Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton announced efforts the city is working on to address the issues at […]

  • USPS in need of holiday help for peak delivery season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The holidays will be here before you know it and the United States Postal Service is looking for extra help. The USPS says their busiest time is the two weeks before Christmas. The postal service expected to deliver 15 billion pieces of mail and 900 million packages during the holiday season in 2018. They can’t do this alone. That is why the USPS is looking for holiday help during the peak season. There are a number of […]

  • Breast cancer and your heart health

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– October is breast cancer awareness month, and one thing you may not think to worry about while fighting breast cancer is your heart health. Officials say cardio vascular disease is now impacting current breast cancer patients and survivors. Today, the average 5-year survival rate for breast cancer is 90%, but breast cancer survivors are at a higher risk for cardio vascular disease. Now that new cancer therapies have developed, doctors have identified more cardio issues related to them. […]

  • IMPD investigates homicide after woman found dead on Indy’s near northwest side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A homicide investigation is underway after a woman was found dead in an alley on the near northwest side of Indianapolis. JR Taylor stood in the morning sun on a sidewalk in the 1000 block of West 36th Street and peered past detectives, police cars and TV photographers crowded around the entry to a four-way alley. “People getting shot, finding people in the alley dead,” said Taylor, shaking his head. “It’s not good to wake up to something like […]

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