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Remediation work to begin at former GM plant site

Michigan-based RACER Trust says it will soon begin preparations for active soil remediation at the former General Motors Delco plant property in Kokomo. The work is part of an effort to position the more than 10-acre site for sale to a buyer looking to redevelop the property. The organization says...
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Fishers police warn residents of phone scams

FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) — The Fishers Police Department has been receiving different reports of telephone scams in the last several weeks. Residents have reported that the suspect calls the victim, accusing them of having an arrest warrant and demanding they send gift cards to clear their name, the department says.
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Fishers police warn of recent scams

FISHERS, Ind. — The Fishers Police Department is warning residents of phone scams reported over the last several weeks. Most recently, the department has gotten reports involving a suspect accusing a victim of a crime of having an outstanding arrest warrant and demanding the victim send gift cards to clear their name.
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Catalytic converters stolen from Muncie homeless shelter vehicles

MUNCIE, Ind. — A Muncie homeless shelter is down two cars this morning after a thief cut a barbed wire fence and stole catalytic converters from Muncie Mission vehicles while also damaging another employee vehicle. Muncie Mission discovered the theft Tuesday morning after a maintenance man doing his normal...

It'll be a hot time in Muncie's downtown with new Fire Up DWNTWN street festival

MUNCIE, Ind. — A new street festival for downtown Muncie arrives this summer, featuring hot air balloons, hot food and — most likely, since it's scheduled for the first week of August — hot weather. Muncie Downtown Development Partnership is hosting an all-day event called Fire Up DWNTWN, presented by Ivy Tech Muncie, on Aug. 6. “What began as just an...

Westfield homeowners pay heavy price for construction delays

WESTFIELD, Ind. — A group of Westfield residents are fed up with delays and what they consider poor workmanship on their new houses. Some of them have even shelled out more money on top of their contracts for repairs. “I’m missing screws from hinges,” Lou Shlensky told CBS4 Investigates....
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Indiana’s first mochi donut shop opens in Noblesville

INDIANAPOLIS — Originally from California, Tom Nguyen moved to Indiana and realized he couldn’t get the mochi donuts he loved. The solution: He figured out how to make them and opened Mochi Joy, the first donut shop of its kind in Indiana, with wife and co-owner Rachel Burnett.
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Noblesville High School boys soccer team boasts 5 Division I signees

Noblesville High School boys soccer coach Ken Dollaske understands the talent his team had last season. After all, the Millers captured the Class 3A state title Oct. 30, 2021, beating Carmel 3-1 in the final. Noblesville finished with a 20-1-1 record, with the only loss coming to an out-of-state team, Cleveland St. Ignatius.

Growlers Win in Road Trip Opener at Kokomo

KOKOMO, IN – The Growlers picked up their 17th win of the season on a perfect night for baseball in central Indiana by a score of 9-6. The Growlers picked up 5 runs in the first two innings of the contest off of just one hit. Mason Meeks (Drury University) tossed 5 no-hit innings before finishing his outing after 6.2 IP, 2 ER, 4 K’s and just 1 walk surrendered.

Softball success is in Carmel grad’s blood

Former Greyhound champ Kelsi Clark now a winning coach & mother. Kelsi Clark has pretty much done it all when it comes to playing softball. She was a member of Carmel High School’s state championship team back in 2011, when she was Kelsi Jones. Clark then went on to play collegiately at the University of Louisville, and even won a professional championship as part of the Chicago Bandits in 2015.

Abortion rights top of mind at candidate town hall in Fishers

FISHERS, Ind — About 100 voters turned out at a Fishers library Tuesday night to hear from candidates for state and federal office in the upcoming election. If the forum was any indication of the issues voters will be thinking about when they head to the polls in November, you can expect abortion, gun violence and safety, and the economy to be top of mind.