Between violent crime and Indy sporting events, IMPD officers often must work longer than normal to protect the city. We checked department records and found IMPD officers are working more overtime in 2021 than they did last year.
A man was shot in the leg while walking his dog on the northwest side.
Delaware County burglar found hiding in stove
Argument with bouncer led to shooting at Broad Ripple pub
Spiceland man charged with using Charger, emergency lights, siren to impersonate police
Mayor Joe Hogsett and other Circle City officials are looking for ways to reduce the number of fatal crashes that occur in the city.
IndyGo plans to put shovels in the ground a year from now and pick up the first Blue Line passengers in 2027.
Court records claim a dispute over a bottle of liquor led to a murder on Thanksgiving morning at an apartment complex on Indy’s east side.
New documents filed in Marion County have uncovered some details on what led to a shooting at a Broad Ripple pub in late November, as well as what led to an arrest of a suspect.
The Westfield Fire Department has confirmed that U.S. 31 was restricted to one lane after a vehicle fire. The department posted a video on X, stating that U.S. 31 southbound, just south of 216th Street was restricted to one lane.
One person was hospitalized after a crash on 46th Street and Michigan Road in Indianapolis Tuesday afternoon.
Indiana State Police are investigating a crash involving a semi that killed one person Tuesday morning. According to ISP, the crash happened on Interstate 69 near 106th Street at around 2:30 a.m.
Emergency crews responded to a deadly crash after a vehicle rolled over on the U.S. 31 southbound ramp that merges onto Interstate 465 westbound. The Carmel Fire Department originally called the crash “serious” and advised that lanes on U.S. 31 southbound onto 465 will be restricted.