Krista forecasts a cool wet weekend

Widespread rain and the coldest air of the season are on the way.

IMPD investigating after trailer, truck stolen from …

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INDIANAPOLIS — A truck, trailer and insulation equipment were stolen from Gibbons Extreme Insulation on the near southwest side of Indianapolis.

IMPD is investigating the incident. According to a police report, over $60,000 in foam sets, tools and air compressors were stolen. Investigators have also indicated that a blue 2000 Ford F-250 pickup truck and a trailer were stolen.

https://cbs4indy.com/news/trailer-truck-stolen-from-local-business-impd-investigating/

Arrest made after man was gunned down outside house …

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During their interviews with witnesses at the scene of the crime, BPD detectives were led to believe 21-year-old Isaiah Ramos and two other people were denied entry to a house party because one of the individuals had a visible handgun in their waistband.

BPD reported that Ramos and the two people he arrived at the party with demanded entry onto the premises. The demand sparked an altercation that spilled into a nearby alley. Police believe that, once the fight moved to the alley, Ramos fired a handgun into a crowd.

https://cbs4indy.com/news/shooting-in-bloomington-leaves-1-dead/

Noblesville man found shot to death in car on I-65 …

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Indiana State Police reported that its troopers were dispatched to the scene on a report of a man slumped over the steering wheel of a stopped vehicle. ISP indicated that the first trooper who arrived at the scene found an unresponsive man in the driver’s seat of a grey Nissan van.

The man was pronounced dead a short time later. State police confirmed the man had injuries consistent with gunshot wounds.

The deceased individual has been identified as 52-year-old Luis Martinez of Noblesville. ISP reported that it found what appeared to be bullet holes in the passenger side of the Nissan van.

https://cbs4indy.com/news/1-person-shot-killed-on-i-65/

Teen girl found shot to death in the middle of a …

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INDIANAPOLIS — A shooting on the northeast side of Indianapolis left a teenage girl dead Sunday night.

According to a media notification from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, officers responded to the 7900 block Scarborough Boulevard on a report of a person shot at approximately 6:45 p.m.

When police arrived at the scene, they located a person with injuries consistent with a gunshot wound. IMPD reported that the victim was subsequently pronounced dead.

https://cbs4indy.com/news/shooting-on-northeast-side-of-indianapolis-leaves-1-dead/

Man killed in shooting at party near IU campus

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A shooting in Bloomington left one person dead Sunday morning.

Per a statement from the Monroe County Coroner’s Office, the shooting occurred in the 500 block of Park Avenue at approximately 2 a.m.

https://cbs4indy.com/news/shooting-in-bloomington-leaves-1-dead/

Man found shot to death in car on I-65

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INDIANAPOLIS — Police are investigating after one person was shot and killed Sunday afternoon on Interstate 65.

https://cbs4indy.com/news/1-person-shot-killed-on-i-65/

Serious crash on I-465 causes traffic backup

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Carmel Fire officials said a serious crash on I-465 just west of US-31 shut down two lanes of traffic and caused a major backup.

Colts beat Titans in overtime, pick up fourth consecutive …

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts beat the Tennessee Titans, 31-28, in overtime at Nissan Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The game featured back-to-back blocked punts by the Colts’ special teams unit.

Quarterback Gardner Minshew hit wideout Michael Pittman Jr. for a 4-yard touchdown to clinch a win in the extra period. The score was set up by a 55-yard pass from Minshew to receiver Alec Pierce.

The Colts needed the TD for the win because the Titans opened overtime with a field goal.

https://cbs4indy.com/sports/colts/colts-beat-the-titans-31-28-in-ot-for-fourth-straight-win/

One on one with Matt Ryan

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Blue Zone's Chris Widlic talks with former Colts quarterback, Matt Ryan before he calls Colts-Titans for CBS Sports.

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