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Carmel celebrates construction milestone for expanded police department HQ

The City of Carmel held a beam topping ceremony Dec. 9 to celebrate the milestone of placing the final steel beam in the expanded Carmel Police Dept. headquarters building. Before the beam was lifted into place, city officials and employees, construction workers and members of the public signed the beam. The new building, expected to open in late 2023, will triple the capacity of the existing CPD headquarters and add space for Carmel City Court and the City Clerk’s Office. (Photos by Ann Marie Shambaugh)
CARMEL, IN
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$2 Million Powerball Ticket Sold in Indiana Is About to Expire…Who Has It?

Four years, I've watched as others scratched off lottery tickets and shouted with jubilation over a $100, $500, or even a $1000 win. And here I sit...not bothering. Oh I've tried and tried, but I am no good at gambling. I mean, I know what I'm DOING, but I've only ever come out ahead twice--once in Las Vegas when I got home with $225 won at one of those poker machines and once at Ellis Park when I picked up 45 bucks after correctly betting on a horse.
INDIANA STATE
Current Publishing

Westfield police investigating possible attempted abduction

The Westfield Police Dept. is investigating a possible attempted abduction of a child off his bike on Wednesday. Police say a boy reported that he was riding his bike around 3:45 p.m. near the 700 block of Burgess Hill Pass when a male approached and grabbed his arm. The suspect, described as a white male in his 30s with a slender build and stands 6’2” with a bald head and red goatee, according to police.
WESTFIELD, IN
wrtv.com

How likely is a white Christmas in central Indiana?

Whether you're a fan of snow or not, many of us wish for at least some snow on Christmas Day. Just because December is getting off to a mild start this year, it doesn't necessarily mean your dreams of a white Christmas will melt away. Although Santa's visit to central Indiana is still a couple of weeks away, we can look at our historical chances of a white Christmas.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
wbiw.com

Indiana Department of Revenue Automatic Taxpayer Refund

INDIANA – In 2022, the Indiana General Assembly approved two Automatic Taxpayer Refunds (ATRs). Under Indiana law, the $200 ATR eligibility requirements differ from the $125 ATR issued earlier this year. Hoosier not eligible for the $125 ATR may be eligible for the $200 ATR if they receive Social...
INDIANA STATE

Hendricks County resident faces charges for shooting deer from roadway

PARKE COUNTY, Ind. — Indiana conservation officers in Parke County issued a criminal summons after a deer was shot from the roadway. According to the state’s Department of Natural Resources, a witness called conservation officers after spotting someone shoot a deer from the road. When conservation officers arrived, they found a deer carcass, tire tracks, […]
HENDRICKS COUNTY, IN
News Now Warsaw

Lawmakers want Curtis Hill accusers to pay up

INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember the groping allegations against former Attorney General Curtis Hill and the lawsuit that followed. Now, the Indiana General Assembly wants Hill’s accusers to pay up. Court documents show Indiana General Assembly lawyers have requested three of Hill’s accusers pay more than $11,000 for...
INDIANA STATE
readthereporter.com

Help Carmel catch 3 thieves

The Carmel Police Department (CPD) is investigating a theft that occurred at 4:36 p.m. on Nov. 28 at Best Buy, 10025 N. Michigan Road, Carmel. As part of that investigation, CPD is attempting to identify the individuals pictured. If you have any information pertaining to the identity of these individuals or this theft investigation, please contact Officer Fike at (317) 571-2500 or call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at (317) 262-8477 (TIPS). Please reference CPD case number 22-76107.
CARMEL, IN
insideradio.com

Controversial Midday Host Dan Dakich Out At Indy’s ‘Fan.’

Dan Dakich, the controversial midday host at Indianapolis sports talker “The Fan,” is out at the Urban One station. "Today was Dan Dakich's last day with Radio One,” Ops Manager David Wood said in an email to staff on Thursday, as reported by the Indianapolis Star. “We wish him well in their future endeavors."
INDIANAPOLIS, IN

Is Indiana Going to Have a White Christmas?

Will Indiana see snow on December 25th, making it a white Christmas?. With colorful decorations, beautiful trees, delicious foods, and decadent treats, Christmas is truly a magical time of year made only more magical by perhaps when we wake up to experience a blanket of snow on the whimsical holiday.
INDIANA STATE

Holiday events to warm your spirit this weekend

INDIANAPOLIS — The first full week of December has come and gone, and folks are feeling merry and festive. Who can blame them? What with the Circle of Lights lighting Monument Circle downtown Indianapolis, the Dasher’s Lightshow at Castleton Square Mall and countless other light shows throughout central Indiana glistening brightly.  But there are still […]
ZIONSVILLE, IN
Fox 59

IMPD provides update in officer-involved shooting

An officer-involved shooting investigation is underway after a traffic stop led to a chase near 32nd and Illinois. https://bityl.co/G7Gn. An officer-involved shooting investigation is underway after a traffic stop led to a chase near 32nd and Illinois. https://bityl.co/G7Gn. IMPD releases video of deadly October police shooting. IMPD releases video of...
INDIANA STATE
Current Publishing

Activity, kiddie pool upgrades planned at The Waterpark in Carmel

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation is planning several renovations at The Waterpark in the coming years to keep pace with changing needs and technologies. “The Next Big Splash Plan” will guide redevelopment of The Waterpark, which operates during the summer at 1195 Central Park Dr. W., over the next 15 to 20 years. Major improvements are planned for the kiddie and activity pools and include expanding the number of cabanas available to rent. The cost for all improvements is estimated to be $8.6 million, and CCPR officials are working with Clay Township and the City of Carmel to identify potential funding sources.
CARMEL, IN
WISH-TV

IMPD: Accidental shooting sends woman to hospital

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A woman was transported to an Indianapolis hospital after a handgun went off while someone was clearing it, according to police. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers were called to a shooting in the 3200 block of North Illinois Street just after 1 a.m. That’s an apartment building between 32nd and 33rd Streets, a few blocks east of Crown Hill Cemetery.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN