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Spice Up Your Life: Lawrence's Top 3 Mexican Restaurants
In this article, we explore three top Mexican restaurants in Lawrence. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
Indianapolis Feb 24 Weekly Crime Report: 853 Incidents and 62 Crime Stories
Indianapolis Feb 24 Weekly Crime Report: 853 Incidents and 62 Crime Stories. During the last week, Indianapolis witnessed a total of 853 crime cases reported. The most prevalent type of crime was Theft, accounting for 291 cases, followed by Assault with 179 cases, and Other crimes with 144 cases. Other significant crimes reported were Hit & Run (68), Arrest (48), and Burglary (45). More severe crimes such as Shooting were reported 22 times, while Trespass, Vandalism, and Robbery were reported 20, 13, and 9 times respectively. The least reported crimes included Arson, Disturbance, Veh Pursuit, Domestic Related, Argument, and Suspicious Situation. The high number of theft and assault cases underline a concerning security situation in the place, while the relatively lower numbers of severe crimes like shooting and robbery provide a slight relief. Nonetheless, the overall crime rate demands immediate attention and action.
Warming up again, monitoring severe storm potential midweek
A little bit of everything is on tap throughout the next week. We warm up again starting Sunday and peaking Tuesday before a cold front brings storms that may pack a punch. Meteorologist Ethan Rosuck has the forecast.
Central Indiana Experiences Brief Winter Chill Before Surging to Near-Record Highs
• Central Indiana is experiencing a brief cold snap with the coldest day featuring mid-to-upper 30s temperatures, followed by clear skies and a shift in winds overnight. • A significant warming trend is expected with gusty southwesterly winds on Sunday, leading to mid-50s temperatures, and near-record warmth on Monday with highs in the mid-to-upper 60s.
Shabazz “The Swindler”: Unveiling Decades of Alleged Scandals
Abdul Hakim Shabazz, a prominent figure in Indianapolis as a WIBC radio host, lawyer, and former GOP mayoral candidate, has found himself embroiled in a series of scandals that have tarnished his once-flourishing career. Despite his aspirations for public office, Shabazz's reputation has been marred by allegations of financial impropriety and dishonesty.
2 people found shot in vehicle in Anderson
ANDERSON, Ind. — Police are investigating a double shooting in Anderson Friday afternoon. Officers responded to the shooting in the 1200 block of Madison Avenue around 4:15 p.m. Friday, Anderson police said in a release. When they arrived on the scene, officers found two victims, a 21-year-old male and an 18-year-old female, who had been shot.
Indiana man arrested after allegedly secretly filming multiple women
A Fishers man has been arrested after police say he secretly filmed multiple women, including while they were naked. Kristan Reibel is facing charges for voyeurism. Officers first began looking into the man after a woman he had hired to dog-sit in 2022 became concerned that he had installed cameras without her knowledge.
This Indiana City Ranks as One of the Hardest-Working in America
Most of us would agree that hard work has been a crucial quality throughout the history of America, and the numbers suggest that working hard is still very much an American thing today. We put in more hours at our jobs than several other industrialized countries. The average U.S. worker...
Family, friends remember mother of 6 who died in east Indianapolis crash
INDIANAPOLIS — Family and friends gathered Saturday night to remember a mother of six who died in a two-car crash Friday morning on the east side of Indianapolis. Michelle Umana-Rodriguez was taking one of her sons to school when the crash happened around 8:30 a.m. Feb. 23 near the intersection of East 21st and North Irwin streets, just west of Shadeland Avenue.
Here's where you can find a Lenten fish fry in central Indiana
For anyone who refrains from eating meat during Lent, or for those who are just fish fans, this list is for you.
1 killed, 1 injured in two-car crash on the north side of Indianapolis
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers responded to the intersection of East 64th Street and Allisonville Road at 2:30 a.m.
This children’s museum ranks no. 1 in US
It's never too early to begin planning for spring break or summer trips for the kids.
Marion County’s Center Township constable fires all deputies
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Marion County’s Center Township Constable Denise Paul Hatch on Friday fired all of her deputies pending the results of comprehensive federal background checks. The move comes two days after one of her deputies was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm. It...
Two men arrested in Hancock County with cocaine in produce shipment
Indiana State Police found a large amount of cocaine hidden in produce while conducting a traffic stop. An Indiana State Police trooper was patrolling I-70 near Mount Comfort Road Sunday afternoon when an eastbound semi caught his attention. The trooper is certified to perform Federal Motor Carrier Inspections on commercial vehicles.
Quick shot of wintry weather to open final weekend of February; Strong warming again next week
The week ended mild, but the weekend opens cold and even snowy. Our ‘spring’ is about to be interrupted again when a cold front drops south overnight. Today’s high (54°) extended the streak of above normal days to five. It has been a remarkable winter again in central Indiana and across much of the Midwest with such long and extended mild spells. It seems to be a bigger deal when we actually get some seasonal cold and even some snow.
Experience a Taste of Peru: Top 3 Peruvian Restaurants in Indianapolis
This article presents a tour of three exceptional Peruvian restaurants in Indianapolis. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
❄️ Winter Weather Advisory for S.R. 13 in Madison County, Indiana
The time displayed is local to the original X account in East Central Indiana. As winter weather makes its presence known, the local transportation department has been actively monitoring and responding to road conditions on S.R. 13 in Madison County. Crews have been diligently working throughout the night and are preparing to hand over operations to the day shift team. The department is urging motorists in East Central Indiana to travel cautiously and provide ample space for the yellow maintenance trucks that are working to keep the roads safe and clear. To ensure the safety of the road crew as well as travelers, please give these vehicles the necessary room to operate efficiently. Hoosiers are advised to prepare for their journeys by allowing extra travel time, driving according to the conditions, and wearing appropriate clothing to stay warm. As always, stay alert and prioritize safety during these winter weather conditions.
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Central Indiana gyms come together to support Fort Wayne family after 7-year-old dies when sand hole collapses
CARMEL, Ind. — Two central Indiana gyms are coming together to show support for the Fort Wayne family who lost their 7-year-old daughter this week when she fell in a sand hole in Florida. "It doesn't quite hit home then when it's someone you know, and you have memories...
Driver hits a man in a wheelchair crossing the street on Indy's south side, then leaves
INDIANAPOLIS — Jeremy Trammell is smoking a cigarette on his front porch while his once-working wheelchair sits in the back of his house. "I can only get a new one every five years, so I guess I'm without it, I guess," said Trammell. "Well, I just can't run around...