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Man charged after police say he shot at Carmel home
CARMEL, Ind. — A Noblesville man has been charged after police say he shot at a Carmel home multiple times on May 28. Carmel Police were called on a report of shots fired in the area of Eden Village Place on May 28, around 10 p.m. Earlier in the day an armed individual came to […]
Woman accused of pretending to be nurse to work at Indianapolis-area nursing homes
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis woman is accused of stealing a nursing license so she could apply for and work nursing jobs around the area. Rochelle Perry, 49, is facing five counts of Social Security number fraud, three counts of aggravated identity theft and one count of Social Security disability benefits fraud.
At least 14 people shot, 7 stabbed during Memorial Day weekend in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS— It was a violent Memorial Day weekend across Indianapolis. More than a dozen people were shot, with others stabbed over the holiday weekend. That doesn't include the several homes shot into, police reports show. On the East Side, Cherelle White, was scared for her life after she says...
Harrison narrowly escapes Westfield 4-3 to win the Class 4A Regional Championship
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — High school softball regionals have officially come to a close. And we have four teams who will be moving on to the semi-state semifinals that will take place on Saturday morning. The Harrison Raiders took on the Westfield Shamrocks for a very intense game.
7-vehicle Crash Near Indianapolis Leaves 1 Dead, 2 Hurt
A devastating seven-vehicle collision just outside of Indianapolis has resulted in the loss of one life and left two individuals hospitalized, according to local authorities. The incident occurred on a busy Saturday afternoon on Interstate 70, near the town of Plainfield, and involved three semi-tractor trailers and four cars, creating chaos on the freeway.
Police: Wanted woman walking with her children fired gun at officers
ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — Authorities said that a woman wanted on an active warrant fired at police officers and abandoned her children after being spotted walking with her kids in a Zionsville neighborhood. Lauren Cupp, 35, of Zionsville was arrested on Monday and faces charges of criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon, neglect of a dependent […]
Heavy damage after condominium fire on Indy’s north side
INDIANAPOLIS — An investigation is underway after an early Wednesday morning condo fire damages property at the “Waterbury Condominiums.” Fire officials say Pike Township Fire Department and IFD were called to a complex off Grinnell Street near West 96th Street and Township Line Road around 4:30 a.m. Two separate buildings including four units were damaged […]
Twin Peaks to celebrate 100th store with Greenwood opening. You're invited to the party
Twin Peaks, the lodge-themed breastaurant concept, will open a store in Greenwood on Friday, and with it reaches a milestone. The sports bar, at 600 Greenwood Park North Drive, is the chain’s 100th. With its slogan “Experience the Mantality” Twin Peaks plays to testosterone, featuring wall-to-wall TVs; rare bourbons;...
Police: 45 shell casings found after shots fired at Indianapolis park
INDIANAPOLIS — Police are looking for the people who fired dozens of gunshots at a city park on Indianapolis' near north side Tuesday. Police confirmed to 13News that a group on the basketball court at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park exchanged gunfire with people driving by. It's the...
Noblesville man charged with criminal recklessness, pointing firearm at Carmel homeowner
CARMEL, Ind. — Police arrested a Noblesville man in connection to an incident involving a firearm Sunday night. Police responded to a report of shots fired on May 28 in the 3300 block of Eden Village Place, near Keystone Avenue and East 126th Street, shortly before 10 p.m. Earlier...
Winning Powerball ticket worth $100,000 sold in Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS — Someone in Indiana is $100,000 richer. A ticket matched four out of five numbers plus the Powerball for Saturday night’s drawing. The winner bought the ticket at Kroger 100 located at 7101 E. 10th St. in Indianapolis. The ticket included the 2X Power Play, doubling the prize amount. Winning numbers for the May […]
Down the road: INDOT unveils $80M project along Ind. 32
Planned improvements on Ind. 32 between Westfield and Noblesville are expected to improve traffic flow and reduce the number of crashes as part of an $80 million project proposed by the Indiana Department of Transportation. Preliminary design and environmental studies are ongoing, but the project will eventually expand the number...
Apply Now for Hamilton County's Not-for-Profit Grant Program
Hamilton County Commissioners and Councilors are accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations that provide services in furtherance of County goals. The Grant Program awards are based on application score and funding availability.
Boy Scouts save the day
Westfield Scouts live motto “Be Prepared” at Memorial Day Ceremony. On Saturday, May 27, Scouts from BSA Boys Troop 107, Girls Troop 1070, and Cub Pack 126 in Westfield fulfilled their oath to do their duty to God and country when they stepped up to ensure that the more than 100-year tradition at Summit Lawn Cemetery continued.
Zionsville residents decry response to lighting violations
Residents of a Zionsville neighborhood to the southwest of East 300 South and U.S. 421 have been speaking out against lighting violations since the construction of a gas station at Appaloosa Crossing earlier this year. The complaints include lighted storefront signage in the plaza and lighting on a BP gas...
Two Men Injured in Shootings on Indy’s East Side
INDIANAPOLIS-Two shootings on the east side of Indianapolis early Tuesday morning sent two men to a hospital. IMPD says the first shooting happened around 1 am when a man was found with a gunshot wound at a Speedway gas station on Emerson Avenue just north of I-70. The man told police he had been shot […] The post Two Men Injured in Shootings on Indy’s East Side appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM — Indy's Mobile News.
Here's what's happened with the bees that swarmed the Indianapolis 500
This year's Indy 500 really flew ... a tire, pieces of the championship ring and, of course, the bees. After bees swarmed the stands right outside the media center, readers wondered what happened next. Were the bees exterminated? Was a beekeeper called?. Had the Indianapolis Motor Speedway announcer asked, "Is...
Senior housing project underway in Noblesville
Work on a housing community targeted to people 55 and older in Noblesville near Ind. 32 and Little Chicago Road is underway. Officials recently broke ground on the project, Promenade Trails, on a 30.25-acre site that is being developed by Indianapolis-based The Justus Companies. Promenade Trails will feature 59 single-story cottage homes, in addition to 151 apartments.
Teen walks into west side Taco Bell after being shot
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Metropolitan police are investigating after a teenage shooting victim walked into a west side Taco Bell Tuesday morning. The individual went inside the restaurant seeking help. It’s located near 38th Street and Eagle Creek Parkway. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said the actual shooting happened at a different location. The Taco Bell […]
Former Indiana Department of Correction employee sentenced for child molesting
ANDERSON, Ind. — A judge sentenced a former employee with the Indiana Department of Correction to 40 months for child molesting. Madison Circuit Court Division 3 Judge Andrew Hopper determined the sentencing after a jury found 55-year-old Thomas W. Francum, of Fishers, guilty on one count of child molesting. The jury found Francum not guilty on a second child molesting count.
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