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Driver killed in 2 car crash, second driver ran from scene

INDIANAPOLIS — One person is dead following a two-vehicle crash that now involves a DUI investigation. Around 6 p.m. Friday night, IMPD said a Jeep hit a van on North Shadeland Avenue on the east side, just north of Washington Street. The driver of the van was killed, and a passenger in the van was […]
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Indianapolis won't prosecute abortion cases if state outlaws procedure, prosecutor says

Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced Friday his office will not prosecute abortion-related cases if Republicans in the state legislature seek to criminalize the procedure following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that overturns abortion rights. The pushback from Indianapolis Democrats like Mears and the Indiana Democratic Party represents yet another...

IMPD arrests 17-year-old involved in downtown shooting

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A 17-year-old boy has been arrested for a Sunday morning shooting at a downtown intersection that injured two people. Just after midnight, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department responded to gunshots near West Market Street and North Meridian Street. Officers found two girls who had been shot....

Baylor's Brown traded from Wolves to Pacers after NBA Draft

Before his new hat was even creased, Kendall Brown was on the move. Brown was traded to the Indiana Pacers after being selected in the second round of Thursday’s NBA Draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves, with the No. 48 pick overall. The Baylor freshman forward was sent to the Pacers for a 2026 second-round pick and cash considerations.

Indiana leaders, lawmakers react to SCOTUS abortion decision

INDIANAPOLIS — Reactions from Indiana's leadership to the Supreme Court's landmark decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade abortion law were swift. "The Supreme Court's decision is clear, and it is now up to the states to address this important issue. We’ll do that in short order in Indiana. I’ve already called the General Assembly back on July 6, and I expect members to take up this matter as well.

Indiana Democrats react to Supreme Court striking down Roe v. Wade

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Democrats are calling for people to call out their representatives after the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down Roe v. Wade. On Friday, the Supreme Court decided to overturn the landmark 1973 precedent. The decision handed states the authority to drastically limit or ban the procedure.

Statement on the overruling of Roe v. Wade

INDIANAPOLIS- Governor Eric J. Holcomb issues the following statement on the overruling of Roe v. Wade. "The Supreme Court’s decision is clear, and it is now up to the states to address this important issue. We’ll do that in short order in Indiana. I’ve already called the General Assembly back on July 6, and I expect members to take up this matter as well.

Peyton Manning: Broncos' Russell Wilson, Colts' Matt Ryan will handle high expectations well

Back in early April, Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning explained how he had spoken with one-time Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson "a number of times" after Wilson was traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Denver Broncos. Manning was attached to the Indianapolis Colts from 1998 through the 2011 NFL season before he joined the Broncos and ultimately guided them to a Super Bowl title, so he knows a thing or two about winning the biggest of games under the brightest of spotlights with multiple franchises.

Pacers GM Chad Buchanan on quiet draft night: 'Sometimes you have to walk away from deals'

INDIANAPOLIS — The Pacers entered Thursday's NBA Draft with "optionality," a word team president Kevin Pritchard mentioned repeatedly last month after Indiana landed the No. 6 pick in the draft lottery. He said the Pacers would consider every scenario, and with trade rumors swirling around injury prone Malcolm Brogdon and shot-blocking Myles Turner, it felt like...

Central Notes: Ayton, Duren, Agbaji, Pacers, Bulls

The Pistons‘ draft haul Thursday night makes it less likely that they’ll pursue Suns center Deandre Ayton in free agency, according to James L. Edwards III of The Athletic. Ayton was believed to be Detroit’s main target after opening up roughly $43MM in cap space by agreeing to trade Jerami Grant to the Trail Blazers. Thursday’s deals knock that number down to about $30MM, which sources tell Edwards the team plans to use to sign multiple players rather than handing out one large contract.

Michigan’s Eli Brooks signs with Indiana Pacers

Eli Brooks didn’t hear his name called in Thursday night’s NBA draft, but by Friday he had signed an NBA contract. Brooks, who played the past five seasons at Michigan is the program’s all-time wins leader, signed a Summer League deal and Exhibit 10 contract with the Indiana Pacers. His father, James, told MLive of the deal.

Indiana Pacers: Updated depth chart after the 2022 NBA Draft

The Indiana Pacers made the most out of the 2022 NBA Draft, having left the eventful night with three new prospects to add to their youth movement. With Bennedict Mathurin, Andrew Nembhard, and Kendall Brown now in the fold, the Pacers managed to address some of their pressing needs while not failing to gun for upside in a talent-rich and deep draft class.

Avon scout troop elder charged with 14 felonies, including child molestation

AVON — An Avon scout troop elder has been arrested and charged with 14 felony charges including child molestation. Kevin Coley, 47, of Jamestown faces charges of child molestation, sexual misconduct with a minor and vicarious sexual conduct. Coley’s arrest stems from an investigation that was reported to Hendricks...