Rising food chain opens another location in Indiana
A popular food chain recently opened another new location in Indiana. Read on to learn more. On Friday, November 17, 2023, the expanding dessert chain Dirty Dough Cookies celebrated the grand opening of its newest Indiana location in Fort Wayne, according to an opening event announcement posted on the company's Instagram page.
Indiana OB/GYN accused of taking photos of woman during exams has medical license revoked
Indiana OB/GYN accused of taking photos of woman during exams has medical license revoked.
60s to snow this weekend in central Indiana | Dec. 8, 2023
INDIANAPOLIS — It'll be a warm and windy setup for this Friday as southwesterly wind gusts will be possible from 30-40 mph. This will keep the mild air around, allowing for balmy highs in the upper 50s near 60. Clouds will increase through the day as our weekend storm system begins to push in.
National Survey Names Evansville as Home to the Rudest Drivers in Indiana
Evansville really is a beautiful place to call home, and the city has a lot to offer, but recently it has made a list that gives a less than stellar look for our community. Over the years Evansville has carried a number of titles. In 2011, our gluttonous ways earned us the title of the "most obese city in America," and in 2014, the River City was named the "meth Capital of the world." Four years later, 2018 brought with it the declaration that Evansville was one of the "most dangerous cities in the nation."
Trial Proceeds for IMPD Officers Accused of Excessive Force During Black Lives Matter Protest
Trial proceedings continue for two IMPD officers, Jonathan Horlock and Nathaniel Schauwecker, accused of using excessive force during a 2020 protest. The officers face multiple felony charges related to the arrest of two women, who allege they were trying to leave the protest area when they were assaulted.
Coloma Township Police Find Missing Elderly Man Dead
• George Becker, a 69-year-old man from Coloma Township, Michigan, was reported missing after wandering away from his home. • Becker was last seen around 6:30 pm on Thursday, December 7th.
Frugal Indianapolis Man Leaves Massive Fortune to Charities
An "unbelievably frugal" Indianapolis man, Terry Kahn, left a staggering $13 million to local charities. Living modestly and saving meticulously, Kahn's legacy has transformed dozens of nonprofits, including Teachers' Treasures, which received a donation doubling their annual budget. Kahn's generosity continues to stun and inspire the community.
Move over, Carmel. This proposed sunken highway-roundabout for Indianapolis is massive
The Rethink Coalition and Indy Chamber have unveiled their vision for a recessed I-65/I-70 interstate inner loop. The renderings for the proposed project showcase a partially underground highway with green spaces to connect surrounding neighborhoods and room for more urban development. Rethink Coalition is a non-partisan group with a mission of creating...
Newborn surrendered at Beech Grove Safe Haven Baby Box
A baby has been surrendered at the Beech Grove Safe Haven Baby Box for the first time since its opening.
Amtrak passenger rail line between Louisville, Indianapolis to be established
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A $500,000 grant will help bring a passenger rail line between Louisville and Indianapolis. This was announced Friday morning by Louisville Metro Mayor Craig Greenberg. It’s part of the first step to bring Amtrak to Louisville.
Extra Free Parking Days Downtown to Boost Holiday Shopping for Residents
The city is increasing free parking hours downtown to support holiday shopping at local businesses, says Angela Van Rooy, Interim Communications Director, Office of the Mayor. City garages and street parking are free on Sundays.
Three Indiana State Police Troopers celebrate career milestones.
Three Indiana State Police troopers have achieved a major career milestone: 25 years of service. Sergeant Chris Fears, Sergeant Brian Beauchamp, and Master Trooper Michael Clephane each deserve a round of applause for serving the State of Indiana for two and a half decades!. Thank you all for your continued...
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Puppies Today in zionsville, IN
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of zionsville..
Freddy's Frozen Custard opens new Indianapolis-area location
INDIANAPOLIS — The sixth Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers location in the Indianapolis metro area opened Wednesday. On Dec. 6, the fast-casual restaurant chain opened it's latest location at 8235 E. 96th St., which is just off Interstate 69 on the city's northeast side. Freddy's is not new to...
Cold, windy Sunday | Dec. 8, 2023
INDIANAPOLIS — There are big weather changes headed our way this weekend. We are tracking a storm system that will bring snow, heavy rain and severe weather and it looks like we miss out on all of it except for some Saturday showers and Sunday flurries. The heavy snow...
Indulge in a Fabulous Feast at Baby's Indy December Drag Brunch
Get ready, Indianapolis, for a day of fabulous fun and feasting! The highly anticipated Baby’s Indy December Drag Brunch is just around the corner. On Sun, Dec 10 from 10am - 4pm, strut your stuff down to Baby's Indy at 2147 North Talbott Street for a brunch like no other.
Weekly Safety Report: Martinsville Breaks Ground on New Police Department, Mooresville Police Search for Missing 3-Year-Old in Indianapolis Area
Martinsville, Indiana breaks ground on new police department while Mooresville police search for missing 3-year-old in Indianapolis area. Martinsville city leaders broke ground on a new police department located on the corner of West Morgan Street and North Mulberry Street. The current police department, which is about 1,500 square feet, will be replaced by a larger facility. Martinsville Police Chief Rick Lang expressed excitement for the new place.
Governor Holcomb directs flags to be at half-staff today
It is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. It was established by the federal government in 1994 as a day to remember the 2400 people killed in a surprise Japanese attack on the US at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on December 7th 1941 marking the entry of the US into World War 2.
Gun Sale Attempt in Indianapolis Leads to Shooting and Car Crash
A botched gun sale in Indianapolis led to a car chase, gunfire exchange, and a flipped vehicle, leaving two teens shot. The incident, involving an adult, a 16-year-old, and two other teens, unfolded on Lafayette Road. IMPD detectives are investigating and urge anyone with information to come forward.
Christmas assistance programs and winter events for Indianapolis families
With the holiday spirit in full swing, it's important that families of all socioeconomic backgrounds get to enjoy it. There are a number of local organizations that seek to brighten the season for struggling families by providing much-needed services and gifts. “This is important to show that they are valued;...