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  • Marion firefighters calling for Chief to step down over inappropriate comments

    MARION, Ind. – Marion firefighters are calling for the removal of Fire Chief Geoff Williams following what they say are inappropriate comments made to a fellow firefighter following a suicide training program. “I thought it was pretty disgusting, and went way too far,” Marion firefighter Steve Johnson said. CBS4 is told a firefighter came to Chief Williams following mandatory suicide awareness training. Firefighters who were there said the 20-year veteran told the Chief he had checked off boxes at the […]

  • Caught on Camera: Fountain Square hero dog thwarts would-be burglar

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Bad guys, beware! it’s the Underdog of Fountain Square. On Tuesday, one pooch took it upon herself to save the day when a burglar busted into her owner’s home. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) said the man broke through the first-floor window of a home on Orange Street. Once inside he met Roxy, a large, 90-pound dog, and she was determined to thwart the crook. “Super proud of her, tried to tell everyone I could,” said Roxy’s owner […]

  • ‘You might as well keep it’: 180-year-old Carmel home to become development landmark

    CARMEL, Ind. – A new Carmel development is sparing a 180-year-old home and instead turning it into a landmark. The City Council approved a 165-home development to surround the Wilkinson Hull House. The structure dates back to the 1830s and is set back in the woods near Keystone Parkway and Smokey Row Road. It is one of the oldest homes in Carmel. “The outside I think looks great,” City Councilman Jeff Worrell said. “The inside you wouldn’t want to go in it. […]

  • Another dead bird display pops up in Indy, this time on Mass Ave

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Massachusetts Avenue neighbors say they’re appalled after discovering a dead bird taped to the door of a former business. It’s the second gruesome bird display to hit Indy in the past several days. “I don’t know if they thought this was funny—it’s really sick,” Tonya Troutman said about the bloody display on the east side. We first told you about that incident last week when Troutman’s neighbors near Bosart Avenue and Stratford Avenue found two decapitated doves in an […]

  • East side neighbors angry, confused after beheaded doves and more left in intersection

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A gruesome display in the middle of an east side intersection has neighbors frightened and confused. On Friday, someone placed two dead, decapitated doves in the road along with a stack of bloody cash, horseshoes, coins, and broken clay pots. The pictures are too graphic for us to show, however, the images have neighbors searching for answers. “I don’t know if they thought this was funny. It’s really sick. With the money and the feathers flying around, […]

  • Brown County family chases possible mountain lion who killed their beloved pet

    BROWN COUNTY, Ind. — A Nashville family said a large cat attacked and killed their beloved house cat. They chased the animal through the woods with a gun because they believed it to be a mountain lion. “I’ve seen multiple bobcats. I’ve lived here in these woods for 37 years, I work in the woods,” James Halcomb said. “I’ve seen multiple bobcats, very large bobcats, there was no confusion.” Halcomb got a call from his daughter Kyla who saw the […]

  • ‘This really does save lives’: Narcan training helps local coffee shop owner save life

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The founder of a local coffee shop jumped into action to save a life just hours after hosting a training class for the opiate overdose reversal drug naloxone. “I think this is really important to get this in the hands of as many people as possible,” Rabble Coffee Founder Josie Hunckler said. “This really does save lives, and it’s better to have it than to not.” Rabble Coffee played host to naloxone training sessions on Saturday with the course […]

  • ‘A competitor is a competitor’: New kart series has fans racing IndyCar and Sprint Car pros

    SPEEDWAY, Ind. — A weekly kart series is pitting “average Joes” against some of the best pros in motor sports, and anyone can sign up. It’s called Tuesday Night Thunder (TNT), and it’s happening at Speedway Indoor Karting (SIK). The 8-week series features roughly 15 professional drivers from various series including IndyCar, plus around 15 amateur drivers, along with a handful of “9-5ers”. “Been 13 days, we went from an idea at lunch to last week’s season opener,” said TNT […]

  • Avon police ask public to help identify robbers caught on video

    AVON, Ind. — Police are asking the public to help identify two robbers caught on camera stealing a television. The Avon Police Department says the alleged robbery took place Thursday evening on Trefoil Drive, which is in The Settlement subdivision in the area of CR 200 South and Dan Jones Road. The street is a brand new development in the area, with most of the homeowners having just moved in, or being in the process of moving in. Thankfully, the […]

  • Sick of Potholes? How DPW chooses which roads to fix first

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Are you tired of avoiding potholes and curious why the Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) hasn’t come to patch your street yet? There is comforting news. You’re not alone. On Thursday, DPW fixed more than 3,576 hundred potholes, and on Friday they had 22 crews out patching up various streets including Kessler Boulevard Drive. “Cold weather comes all the time, so I guarantee you will have more potholes pop up,” said James Borchering, who lives on […]

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