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Columbian Park shooting under investigation

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The Lafayette Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred before 9 p.m. Saturday at Columbian Park. Multiple rounds were fired near the park. There were no reported injuries. Sunday officers with the Lafayette Police Department arrested Heath G. Fletcher of Lafayette in relation to...
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Crews respond to pair of overnight fires in Carmel

CARMEL, Ind. — Firefighters in Carmel had their hands full with two large residential fires shortly before midnight Sunday. Crews were called to 14-thousand block of Trailwind Ct. on reports from multiple callers to 9-1-1 of heavy fire at that location. Flames and smoke did considerable damage including erupting through the roof of the house. […]
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Adam Vinatieri's Son Has Decommitted: NFL World Reacts

Zionsville kicker A.J. Vinatieri boasts some impressive genes. His father is one of the greatest kickers in NFL history and a future Hall of Famer. But ahead of the 2022 college football season, he's made a big change to his recruitment. On Friday, Vinatieri announced that he was decommitting from...

Central Indiana fire departments respond to several house fires Sunday

CARMEL, Ind. — Several fires kept central Indiana fire departments busy Sunday. The Carmel Fire Department responded to two house fires late Sunday night. The first fire was reported at 14253 Trailwind Court around 11:10 p.m. Crews arrived to find fire coming from the roof of the home. The...

West Lafayette Golf and Country Club gears up for fireworks display

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The West Lafayette Golf and Country Club is making preparations for their Independence Day fireworks display on July Fourth. The show is open to the public and tickets are still available. Tomorrow's show will feature a picnic, face painting, kids games, and more. "It's...

Carmel Fest kicks off Sunday

Carmel Fest kicked off Sunday. The huge summer event runs through Monday. There's food, entertainment, and vendors and there will be fireworks both tonight and tomor.
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Zionsville Town council members say accounting software hampers ability to conduct financial business

The Zionsville Town Council is having a difficult time completing its duties because of discrepancies in the town’s finances, according to council members. Council President Jason Plunkett said the discrepancies are caused by OpenGov software, a financial reporting system. The town began using the software in 2021 after voting to transition to OpenGov in 2020.
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Colts lineman to bring Blocking Cancer fundraising event to Carmel

Indianapolis Colts star offensive lineman Quenton Nelson is teaming up with the V Foundation for Cancer Research to host a fundraising event later this month in Carmel. The second Blocking Cancer dinner will be held July 21 at Anthony’s Chophouse. Presented by Gregor Private Wealth Group at Merrill Lynch, the event will be emceed by comedian Joey Mulinaro.
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Un5gettable to appear at Feinstein’s

Un5gettable started as five friends from Kokomo having fun performing. “We started 20 years ago in our late teens and early 20s,” Carmel resident Joe Cameron said. “We were friends first. We decided to do a couple performances as a gag. We went our separate ways to live life.”

Kokomo man killed in Tipton County crash

ELWOOD, Ind. (WISH) — One man is dead following a crash on Thursday night. Indiana State Police and the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash just before 10:45 p.m. Investigators said the crash occurred on State Road 28 near North New Harmony Street. The crash involved...

Rafters Invade Rabbit Hole in 7-2 Win in Kokomo

KOKOMO, INDIANA – As Dorothy said in The Wizard of OZ, “There is no place like home.” However, after a 4-1 road trip, the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters may be rethinking this light-hearted sentiment. Wisconsin Rapids beat the Kokomo Jackrabbits 4-2 tonight for their 26th win of 2022.

Rafters Lose Fifth Game of 2022 to Jackrabbits

KOKOMO, IN – In what was perhaps one of the more competitive games of the Rafters dominant 2022 season, it was not a favorable outcome. Wisconsin Rapids dropped their fifth game of the season to the Kokomo Jackrabbits, 4-2. Jackrabbits starter, Richard Kiel, began his dominant night in the top of the first retiring the Rafters in order, 1-2-3. Rafters starter, Jake Dahle, threw a scoreless bottom half of the first against the Jackrabbits. Rats were again retired 1-2-3 in the second, but the Jackrabbits were able to strike first in the home half via an RBI groundout making it a 1-0 Kokomo lead. Jake Dahle threw a scoreless third inning to finish his night. He gave up one run on three hits, two walks, and two strikeouts.

317 Project: Celebrating the gift of American citizenship, finally, this Fourth of July

The 317 Project tells stories of life in all of Indianapolis’ vibrant neighborhoods – 317 words at a time. Myoline Zimanche’s baby kept her busy on Friday morning. Minutes before her citizenship naturalization ceremony, she chased after her wandering toddler at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. As the Judge began the roll call, Zimanche picked up a fallen pacifier, kindly pointed out by a nearby compatriot.

Cicero’s Light Over Morse Festival draws crowds days before fireworks

Cicero was a popular destination on Saturday afternoon for a variety of reasons. With a fun house, Ferris wheel, a kid-friendly dragon mini rollercoaster, fair food, and a midway, Cicero’s Light Over Morse Lake Festival has something for everyone. If you haven’t stopped by yet, it continues through Monday.