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ISP: Holiday travel off to a deadly start

WABASH/TIPTON COUNTIES, Ind. (WANE) – Two separate vehicle crashes left two people dead Thursday as Hoosiers began travelling for the holiday weekend, according to Indiana State Police. A two-vehicle crash on State Road 15 in Wabash County left a 68-year-old Marion man dead, and another two-vehicle crash on State...
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Man dead following hit and run crash on Indy’s east side

INDIANAPOLIS — Lawrence Police are investigating a crash involving two vehicles that left one man dead on Indy’s east side. Officers say the crash happened just before 11:00 p.m. Friday at the intersection of East 46th Street and North Post Road. A preliminary investigation by IMPD determined a red pickup truck on North Post Road […]
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Lawrence Police searching for driver who left the scene of a deadly crash

LAWRENCE, Ind. — Lawrence police are investigating a Friday night crash that left one driver dead and investigators searching for the other driver, who left the scene. Police were called just before 11 p.m. to the intersection of East 46th Street and Post Road to investigate a crash involving a pickup truck and passenger car.

Arcadia parties in the street every Thursday night till fall

It was Small Town Celebration night Thursday at the Arcadia Farmer’s Market. There was something for everyone, including live music, caboose rides on the Nickel Plate Express, multiple food trucks, karate demonstrations, crafts for the kids, freebies and over 17 vendors. The Arcadia Farmer’s Market is held from 5 to 8 p.m. each Thursday through September.

1 man dead, fatal crash in Lawrence

LAWRENCE, Ind. (WISH) — A man is dead after a hit and run crash in Lawrence, police say. According to police, just before 11 p.m. Friday at the intersection of east 46th street and north Post Road, a crash between two vehicles occurred. Lawrence police say a red pickup...
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New owner reopens Zing! Cafe in Carmel’s Village of WestClay

When Michelle Drew and her family moved to the Village of WestClay in Carmel, they enjoyed having a neighborhood coffee shop. “We loved it just as much as everybody,” Drew said. “We hated to see it sitting here (closed).”. So, when Zing Cafe, 12710 Meeting House Rd., closed...
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Snapshot: Republicans show support for clean energy, climate policy

From left, Suzie Jaworowski, a candidate for the Indiana House of Representatives; Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard; Bob Inglis, a former congressman from South Carolina; Kacey Crane, executive director of the Indiana Conservative Alliance for Energy; and State Sen. Jim Merritt were among Republicans who met June 15 for Hoosier Happy Hour at Upland Brewing in Carmel to show support for clean energy and climate policy. Brainard gave keynote remarks, highlighting conservative leadership efforts to protect the environment, such as President Richard Nixon’s establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency. The event was co-hosted by ICAE and RepublicEN. Additional Hoosier Happy Hour events are scheduled for July 20 in West Lafayette and Aug. 10 in South Bend. (Photo courtesy of Leslie Webb)
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Hairbangers Ball to return to Noblesville Fourth of July festival

Music performed by Hairbangers Ball is always a tribute to the 1980s hair metal bands era. However, the selection of songs typically varies with the audience. The band regularly performs songs by Motley Crue, Guns & Roses, Poison, Def Leppard and Bon Jovi. “Occasionally, we get into music from bands...
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Noah’s Animal Hospital Carmel moving to larger space in Noblesville

Noah’s Animal Hospital Carmel is moving to Noblesville. Along with the move from the 146th Street location, the veterinarian practice will change its name to Noah’s Animal Hospital North. “We have so many fantastic Hamilton County clients and their pets, we have simply outgrown the space on 146th...

Man bowls three 300 games in a row, becomes part of history

NEW CASTLE, Ind. — On Monday, Bryan Deck became the 39th person in the history of the United States to bowl a 900-point game series. Deck bowled three 300 games, earning him 900 points in total and added him to the rather short list of people to accomplish this feat. Three strikes you’re out? More […]

US flags fly at 'Field of Honor' at Indianapolis Regional Airport

HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. — There are more than 500 American flags now on display at the Indianapolis Regional Airport. The "Field of Honor" is an annual display presented by the Exchange Clubs of Hancock County and Lawrence. It pays respect to first responders, veterans, military personnel and essential workers. It's a way to say thank you for their service.

Cicero McDonald’s now delivering to boaters on Morse Lake

Boaters on Morse Lake in Cicero won’t have to leave the water to enjoy a meal, thanks to their local McDonald’s, which is now offering boat-side delivery. The Cicero McDonald’s restaurant is believed to be the first in Indiana to offer this digitally streamlined service, meaning if boaters are craving lunch, their meal is just a few minutes away – and they won’t have to leave their boat to get it.

Man killed in hit-and-run crash in Lawrence, police look for driver who left on foot

A man died in a hit-and-run crash following a two-vehicle collision late Friday, according to the Lawrence Police Department. Officers with the Lawrence Police Department responded to the intersection of East 46th Street and North Post Road just before 11 p.m. Friday, according to police. North Split milestone: Largest flyover bridge opens to traffic. ...

Carmel thrower Amyla Holder credits hard work, practice on way to Junior Olympics

Amyla was just 8 years old when we learned she was a natural when it came to shot put. And as it turns out, she's only gotten better over time. It's Fourth of July Weekend, and many athletes are taking a break from the heat and marking the holiday. But at the track at Carmel High School, this sixth grader is out here every day, chasing her dream.

Westfield Police lead first Little Citizens Academy for young Shamrock students

Recently, the Westfield Police Department (WPD) School Resource Officers (SROs) hosted the first ever Little Citizens’ Academy for first-grade through fifth-grade children from Westfield. Participants got to know the SROs and learned about being a good citizen. Kids were also visited by WPD’s Criminal Investigation Team, Emergency Service Unit members, Drone Team, and K9 officers. The SROs also conducted a STEM workshop showing the importance of wearing seat belts while in a vehicle. It was a great week, and the SROs are thankful for the opportunity to connect with children in the community.

Westfield’s own Cailyn Henderson takes top spot at state amateur golf tournament

Cailyn Henderson will soon begin her dream of making it onto the professional golf tour, but on Friday, she won the state’s biggest amateur tournament. The Westfield graduate triumphed at the Indiana Women’s Golf Association’s Women’s State Amateur Championship, which finished up Friday at Delaware Country Club in Muncie. Henderson won the three-day, 54-hole event by four strokes with a score of 217, totaling four over par for the tournament.