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  • Foodie Spotlight: Duke’s

    Indianapolis is quickly becoming one of the hottest food cities in America.  A destination for true foodies who are interested in everything from fine dining to food trucks.  This column will put the spotlight on one of these local hot spots to help get the word out and share in the love of all things food. Review by Dustin Heller (@eatindywatchindie on Instagram) “What kind of music do you usually have here?” “Oh, we got both kinds. We got country and western.” […]

  • IACS wants help finding person responsible for dumping bodies of 3 dogs in east side alley

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indianapolis Animal Care Services (IACS) is asking the community to help find the person responsible for dumping the bodies of three dogs in a near east side alley. The animal shelter says the bodies of pit bull mixes were discovered in the 1300 block of Oakland Ave. According to IACS, all the dogs were in various states of decomposition and due to the conditions of their bodies, investigators cannot determine the age of the dogs or the […]

  • Fact-finding hearing for suspect in Noblesville school shooting postponed

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind.– A fact-finding hearing for the 13-year-old suspect in the shooting of a student and teacher at Noblesville West Middle School has been postponed, court officials confirmed Friday. The two-day hearing originally scheduled for June 25-26 would essentially serve as the boy’s trial. Defense attorney Ben Jaffe previously told CBS4 he would be seeking a delay in the hearing. The motion for a continuance states, “the discovery in this matter is voluminous, and will require additional time to evaluate.” […]

  • One person killed in Beech Grove crash after car hits median, slams into truck

    BEECH GROVE, Ind. — A man is dead after an early morning crash in Beech Grove. According to Indianapolis Metropolitan police, the crash happened shortly before 5 a.m. on Emerson Avenue, near I-465. The crash involved a silver Nissan and a red GMC truck. According to police, witnesses said the Nissan exited from I-465 eastbound at a high rate of speed onto Emerson. The male driver hit a median, went airborne and crashed into a pickup truck at the stoplight. […]

  • Westfield ambulance transporting cardiac arrest patient hit at intersection

    WESTFIELD, Ind. – A Westfield ambulance was involved in a crash while transporting a patient Thursday night. According to the Westfield Fire Department, the ambulance was traveling eastbound on State Rd 32 transporting a cardiac arrest patient to a local hospital with lights and sirens activated at approximately 6:31 p.m. As it was going through the intersection of State Road 32 and Little Chicago Road, it was struck by another vehicle. The crew on board continued working the cardiac arrest […]

  • Greenfield police recover stolen wheelchair thanks to surveillance video of theft

    GREENFIELD, Ind. – Surveillance video helped police recover a stolen wheelchair in Greenfield this week. Around 2:20 p.m. Monday, someone took a wheelchair belonging to an 18-year-old with limited mobility. The teen had been at a friend’s house babysitting, but since the home wasn’t wheelchair accessible, she used crutches to get inside and left her wheelchair next to her car. When she returned to her car, she realized the wheelchair was gone. Greenfield police investigating the theft used surveillance video […]

  • PHOTOS | National Take Your Dog to Work Day

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – It’s National Take Your Dog to Work Day! This fun holiday has been celebrated since 1999. It was started by Pet Sitters International to celebrate the great companions dogs make and encourage their adoption. Dogs at work is a growing trend at workplaces because studies show pets lower stress hormones and increase morale and productivity. If you’re taking your dog to work with you, share pictures with us! You can upload a photo here:

  • Police cite driver after spotting truck loaded with furniture on interstate, ask ‘What could go wrong?’

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Indeed, what could possibly go wrong? Police in Massachusetts cited a driver after spotting a huge amount of furniture stacked in the back of a pickup truck. Massachusetts State Police posted images of the truck on Facebook Wednesday after seeing the massive haul on Interstate 91 in Springfield. The truck bed was stacked high with chairs, cabinets and more. Police cited the driver for violating a state law regarding unsecured or uncovered loads. In their Facebook post […]

  • Crews find fisherman who fell into Eagle Creek

    Update: The body of the missing man was located Friday morning. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Authorities plan to resume the search Friday morning for a fisherman who fell into Eagle Creek Thursday night. The Wayne Township Fire Department, Pike Township Fire Department, IMPD and IFD responded to the scene just south of the creek’s dam at around 8 p.m. A group of people was fishing near the dam when a man reportedly fell in. The current carried him away. The search […]

  • LIVE BLOG: Storms prompt severe weather warnings in Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Strong storms prompted Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Thursday in Indiana. The biggest threats with these storms are damaging winds, hail and heavy downpours. Follow our live blog below for the latest information and download the Indy Weather Authority app to stay up to date.