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  • Butler rises to No. 6 in AP poll, highest ranking in program history

    San Diego State survived a big test by beating a talented Utah State team on the road. Auburn kicked off the SEC season by winning at Mississippi State for the third time in its last 18 tries. As the calendar flipped to a new year, the Aztecs and Tigers are the only undefeated Division I teams left. Both moved up in The Associated Press poll released Monday. The top three spots remained unchanged. No. 1 Gonzaga received 54 first-place votes from a […]

  • Snow White soothes overwhelmed boy with autism at Disney World

    ORLANDO, FL. — A New Jersey mother shared her family’s “magical” moment at Walt Disney World after her son with autism had a “meltdown” at the theme park. Lauren Bergner, of Wood-Ridge, New Jersey, posted of the “amazing experience” on Facebook, explaining the family was in line to meet and take photos with Snow White at Disney’s Epcot theme park on Sunday, Aug. 25, when her son Brody’s meltdown occurred. While waiting to meet the Disney princess at the park’s […]

  • IMPD officer arrested on more than a dozen charges, including domestic battery

    UPDATE (9/27/18) – Prosecutors say Bullman will serve 7 to 12 years and be on probation for 4 years afterwards. UPDATE (8/7/18) – Bullman was found guilty on eight counts related to domestic violence. Original Story: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind– A 10-year veteran Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer is facing several felony charges. Daniel Bullman, 33, was arrested Wednesday morning on 13 charges, eight of which are felonies: One count of neglect of a dependent (Class D felony) One count of battery (Class B misdemeanor) […]

  • 10 people overdose within 4 hours in downtown Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services (IEMS) responded to ten overdoses Thursday. The ten incidents occurred between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. along 14th Street near the Pennsylvania Avenue and Meridian Street intersections. Officials say some of the patients were using spice, while others were using a mixture of synthetic marijuana and bug spray. Indianapolis police say there were at least four people found at each location: the American Legion Mall, Cathedral Kitchen and Food Pantry at 1350 North Pennsylvania […]

  • ‘Hero’ dog shot several times while protecting teen from armed burglars

    DES MOINES, Wash. – A 16-year-old Washington state boy was hiding in a closet giving updates to a 911 dispatcher during a burglary at his family’s home, when he heard gunshots and his dog suddenly stopped barking. Des Moines police Cmdr. Doug Jenkins said the first 911 call came in at about 12:20 p.m. about a home in the 1400 block of South 234th Street. Police said the teen was home alone when the break-in happened. “He heard noises and voices, ran […]

  • Father, son faces murder charges in 62-year-old man’s death

    UPDATE (2/22/18) – Both men were found guilty for the murder of Mohamed Mahmoud. Original Story: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) detectives arrested two suspects in connection with the death of a 62-year-old man. Mohamed Mahmoud was killed on April 21 on the southwest side of Indianapolis. His body was found in the 2300 block of South Lynhurst Drive. Friday, Akram Abd, 20, and his father, 43-year-old Ziad Abd, both of Indianapolis, were arrested in connection with Mahmoud’s death. Both […]

  • Carmel family holding out hope to find missing skateboarding dog

    CARMEL, Ind.– A Carmel family is hoping someone knows what happened to their skateboarding English bulldog. Christina Kiger and her family got Gus in Lafayette when he was 8 weeks old. They researched and prepared for 10 years before getting a bulldog because they knew the breed requires a lot of care and they can be very expensive. On Oct. 4, Gus disappeared from their front yard in the area of 146th Street and Carey Road. A police report was filed, […]

  • IFD launches investigation following serious firefighter injury

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Fire Department’s post-incident team and significant injury team are investigating the events that led up to a firefighter being seriously injured Thursday morning while fighting a blaze. Captain Brian White, 45, fell through a porch Thursday morning while trying to make entry into a home. White is a 22-year veteran with IFD. “The firefighters that were on the scene are breathing a sigh of relief today that he is relatively OK,” Battalion Chief Rita Reith […]

  • Bloomington police arrest two suspects in armed Burger King robbery

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind.– Bloomington police arrested two people Thursday in connection with an armed robbery at a Burger King. The incident occurred on June 16 at 11:23 a.m. at the restaurant located at 3750 West Third Street. The suspect entered the business through an unlocked back door and showed a black handgun. The suspect ordered the manager to open the safe and took a bank bag from the safe containing more than $900 in cash before fleeing. On June 20, officers […]

  • Indianapolis man sentenced to nearly 60 years for two shootings

    UPDATE (April 26, 2017)– Akeem Gunn pleaded guilty to both shootings. He received 59 years in total in the Indiana Department of Correction. Original story:  INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 28, 2015)– Police arrested a man Tuesday who was wanted in connection with two separate shootings. Akeem Gunn, 28, was arrested on the west side. He was wanted in connection with a shooting and robbery that occurred at a Walmart in Beech Grove on June 30, and a separate incident involving the shooting of his 29-year-old girlfriend […]

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