Trial Commences for IMPD Officers Accused of Excessive Force During Protests
• The trial of two Indianapolis Metropolitan police officers, Jonathan Horlock and Nathaniel Schauwecker, accused of using excessive force during the 2020 protests has begun. The officers are facing multiple felony and misdemeanor charges related to the arrests of two women, Ivoré Westfield and Rachel Harding.
Downtown reacts to new $250 fee on property owners to replace COVID-relief funds
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indianapolis government is expected to raise $5.5 million from a new fee imposed on all property owners in the downtown Mile Square. News 8’s Danielle Zulkosky reported Nov. 13 that public safety would take up $1.025 million; homeless outreach, $570,000; administrative costs, $365,000; and cleaning services, more than $2 million.
19-year-old man pulled from flipped car after north Indianapolis crash
INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD is investigating a crash that seriously injured a man on Indianapolis' north side early Tuesday afternoon. First responders were called to the crash around 12:15 p.m. Dec. 5 in the area of North Michigan and Cold Spring roads, north of the White River. According to the...
Alleged Delphi Killer moved to new jail amid mental, physical suffering
By BETH HEMPHILL INDIANAPOLIS (Court TV) — The man accused of killing two Delphi teens has been relocated to a new correctional facility southwest of Indianapolis, according to a transfer notice filed by the Indiana Attorney General. Judge Frances Gull granted Richard Allen and his former counsel’s request after they filed an emergency order on... Read more » Fore more crime and trial news coverage, visit Court TV
East Side's 'Fast Wok' Restaurant Temporarily Shuts Down Following Burglary
Discover why the popular East Side restaurant, Fast Wok, is temporarily closed. Learn about the recent burglary incident, the damage caused, and the estimated cost of the stolen cash and repairs. Stay tuned for updates on when it will reopen.
Craving a Burger that’ll Make You Say “Holy Cow”? Here’s Some Indianapolis Burger Joints That Deliver!
Craving a Burger that’ll Make You Say “Holy Cow”? Here’s Some Indianapolis Burger Joints Deliver. Are you craving a burger that’ll make you say “Holy Cow”? Look no further because we’ve got the scoop on some Indianapolis burger joints that deliver on their promise of mouthwatering deliciousness. In this article, we’ll take you on a tasty journey to three Indianapolis burger joints: Big Dan’s Hamburgers, Burger Theory, and BRU Burger Bar.
Let’s Unpack This #74: Queen By Midnight
Let’s take a look at one of the hottest games of 2023 and the biggest title yet to come out of Critical Role’s Darrington Press: Queen By Midnight. Battle it out as powerful princesses as the minutes tick by, using your unique abilities and the perfect amount of strategy to rise to the top. When the clock strikes 12, only one can become the Queen of the Midnight Court.
Former Colts Player Sergio Brown Pleads ‘Not Guilty’
MAYWOOD, Ill. – You may remember hearing that former Indianapolis Colts safety Sergio Brown went to Mexico earlier this year, around the time that his mother was found dead in Illinois. Brown was later arrested and charged for killing his mother and trying to hide her body. But, he...
Investigation Ongoing in Early Morning Shooting, Narcotics Found at Victim's Home
Investigation continues into an early morning shooting in Indianapolis. As police delve into the victim's home, they uncover a stash of guns, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and other narcotics. The motive behind the shooting remains unclear, with the victim still in hospital.
Cannabis Town Hall educates Hoosiers on science and uses of marijuana
ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. -- A conversation about cannabis was had at the Goshen Public Library Thursday evening. Put together by Liberty Offense, the Cannabis Town Hall was meant to educate Elkhart County residents about what marijuana is, and why 85% of Hoosiers support its legalization in some form, according to a 2022 Ball State study.
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."
The Performance Racing Industry show underway this weekend in downtown Indianapolis
Motorsports experts from all across the world plus over a thousand companies are in town to showcase to the latest vehicles and technology at the Convention Center.
Man shot while walking dog on northwest side
INDIANAPOLIS – A man was shot while walking his dog Tuesday night on the northwest side, police say. According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, officers responded to the 6400 block of Whitehaven Road around 10:30 p.m. They found a man had been shot in the leg; police said he was walking his dog outside […]
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in zionsville, IN
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around zionsville..
Kroger Employee Fatally Stabbed at Waynedale Store, Suspect Still at Large
• A female employee was stabbed to death at a Kroger store in Waynedale, Indiana. • The suspect, an adult male, had threatened staff earlier in the day before returning to stab the cashier.
Another Newfields board member resigns
Dr. Sean Huddleston has resigned as of Nov. 20 this year. He is also the president of Martin University.
Warming trend arrives; temperature tumble expected this weekend | Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog
INDIANAPOLIS — The well-advertised warm up into the 50s begins today. This is courtesy of one of our sunniest days this week and a stiffening southwesterly wind. We're forecasting near 50° in eastern Indiana, 52°-56° around the metro area, and near 60° in west-southwestern Indiana.
Experience the Celtic Charm: 3 Must-Visit Irish Restaurants in Indianapolis
This article presents three outstanding Irish restaurants located in Indianapolis. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we would love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
Naptown Rumble: Introducing kids to boxing, giving exposure to Indy boxers
Boxing professional Anthony Sims visited George Washington High School to talk to students about the ongoing violence in the community and introduce them to boxing.
FBI and DEA Conduct Raids in Central Indiana Linked to Drug Trafficking and Dog Fighting Operations
• Federal agents are serving warrants in multiple locations in Central Indiana, including Indianapolis, as part of an ongoing investigation into drug trafficking and dog fighting operations.