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  • Downtown sinkhole finally repaired, streets to reopen

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –A downtown sinkhole has finally been repaired and Indianapolis drivers will finally be able to travel through the city with no restrictions again starting at 8 p.m. Friday. The sinkhole developed at the intersection of Ohio Street and Pennsylvania on July 4th after a 100-year-old sewer line collapsed 15 feet beneath the surface. Crews begin assessing the situation immediately and worked around the clock to repair and re-enforce the intersection to avoid future problems at that intersection. “Citizens […]

  • Early morning fire displaces two Boone County residents

    BOONE COUNTY, Ind. — Two Lebanon County women are now displaced after a fire started in their farm home just after 5 a.m. Tuesday. The incident occurred just west of Lebanon near County Road 200 West. Officials believe the fire started when one of the women’s oxygen devices caught fire. It is unclear what caused the issue and how the fire started before spreading throughout the rest of the home. The home suffered extensive damage, but both women were able […]

  • Fatigue may be factor in Thursday morning crash in Johnson County

    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. — Driver fatigue may be the reason for an Thursday morning rush hour crash in Johnson County. The accident occurred along southbound State Road 37 near Olive Branch Road just before 6:30 a.m. Police report that a man driving his pickup truck left the roadway and drove straight into tree. The impact flipped the truck and cut the tree in half. The driver was able to free himself from the wreckage and was transported to an Indianapolis […]

  • South side paving on US 31 to get underway next week

    Indianapolis, Ind. — South side drivers will soon have a smoother US 31 to drive over as contractors will begin resurfacing work along  US 31 starting next week. The work will take place from Mills Avenue to Beechwood Lane. Traffic will be down to one lane in each direction on this nearly two-mile project between 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday. Crews will close down I-465 ramps to East Street/U.S. 31 to resurface ramps, but the eastbound and […]

  • Weeklong street restrictions downtown near Bankers Life Fieldhouse creating traffic problems

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –The ongoing build of the new Hyatt Hotel on Pennsylvania Street across from Bankers Life Fieldhouse is creating some traffic nightmares for drivers this week in Indianapolis. To accommodate for cranes and other heavy equipment,  workers have closed all but the far left lane of Pennsylvania from Maryland past Georgia Street for the rest of this week. While traffic through this area is slowed during the midday, noticeable backups have been experienced during the evening rush hour prompting […]

  • Ticket brokers hoping for last minute business for Indy 500 tickets

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –It may never be like the historic 100th running  of the Indy 500 from two years ago where demand for tickets for that race were non-stop, but area ticket brokers are confident that their current supply of race day tickets will be gone by the time the green flag falls for this Sunday’s 102nd running of the Indy 500. Most ticket brokers are reporting that they have a “moderate” supply of tickets for the race but hope that […]

  • DigIndy and Red Line work underway on Shelby Street on southeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Despite the late start due to lingering winter weather, the DigIndy and the IndyGo Red Line project is well underway along Shelby Street near the Garfield Park area on the city’s southeast side. Major elements of the project include building an underground infrastructure that will capture and divert combined sewer overflows to the Pleasant Run Tunnel. Citizens Energy’s  work on this stretch of Shelby Street will also include the relocation of water lines, which may cause temporary […]

  • Driver error leads to chain reaction accident in Danville

    DANVILLE, Ind. — Police officials are calling the six-vehicle accident that occurred just after 6 a.m. Wednesday in Danville an unfortunate chain reaction that was a result of driver error. The incident along North State Road 39 and West CR 500 North started when one of the drivers was traveling southbound on SR 39 attempting to turn east on CR 500 North. A trailing vehicle swerved around the turning vehicle and into the path of a northbound driver who had […]

  • Driver error leads to two-car accident on city’s southeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Driver error may be the cause of a late Monday morning rush hour accident on the city’s southeast side at State and Southeastern Avenue. The crash occurred just before 8 a.m. and involved a pickup truck and car. According to the preliminary police report, one of the vehicles may have run the light, crashing into the other vehicle and sending it into the side of a business on the north corner of State Avenue. Although both vehicles were […]

  • Some Indiana counties still dealing with road closures due to flooding

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Record setting rains from Tuesday continue to hamper Hoosier drivers efforts in getting around in some central Indiana locations. It’s the second day in a row for flooding problems for people south of Indianapolis in Johnson, Morgan and Bartholomew counties, but even residents north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County are dealing with flooding problems in some areas, especially along State Road 19, just north of Conner Street, which remains closed due to high water. The Noblesville Highway Department […]