Indy INDIANAPOLIS — An IMPD officer is in serious but stable condition after a crash on the city’s northeast side, according to officials. According to Lawrence Fire Department Fire Chief Dino Batalis, an IMPD officer was involved in the accident and is in serious condition after the collision. Officers, fire personnel and EMS reported to […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Tasha Beckwith’s sprawling 100-foot-long art installation inside the Indianapolis International Airport will be reconfigured into a mural on the side of the Martens Building in downtown Indianapolis this fall. Beckwith’s massive Madam Walker Legacy Mural was unveiled at the Indy Airport in February 2021. Ahead of the big reveal last year, she told WRTV, […] WEST LAFAYETTE — Former Purdue Men’s Basketball star Caleb Swanigan died Monday night at 25, according to the team. Our thoughts and prayers to Caleb Swanigan’s family and friends,” a tweet from Purdue’s Men’s Basketball team read. “The world lost a gentle soul last night. Love you Biggie.” According to the Allen County Coroner’s […] INDIANAPOLIS — At the Marion County Fairgrounds, the county fair queens are practicing for the pageant, the rides are being built and security plans are being put into place. But fair officials say this year’s event will be a little different. “We’ve got increased security, we’ve got increased off duty officers from local law […]

INDIANAPOLIS — After an hours-long search, IMPD has located a six-month-old baby that was presumed to be inside a vehicle stolen in the 1800 block of E. Michigan Street on Monday night. IMPD began searching for the white Ford Fusion with a temporary plate that reads R229474 at about 9:30 p.m. IMPD Lt. Shane Foley […]

Willis, 26, started three seasons for the Colts and registered 219 tackles and four interceptions during his brief NFL career. INDIANAPOLIS — As record heat impacts Central Indiana, the Marion County Public Health Department has received 25 complaints so far this week from tenants about problems with their air conditioning. MCPHD’s Housing department received 11 “no air conditioning” complaints yesterday, June 13, and 14 complaints about “no air conditioning” as of midday, June 14. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Drivers will have to contend with new road closures starting early next week as construction crews continue their work on IndyGo’s new Purple Line. As soon as Monday, 38th Street will be partially closed between Fall Creek Parkway to Keystone Avenue, according to a news release from the transportation corporation. The closure includes […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Pastor Bishop Lambert W. Gates, Sr., says he’s practicing what he preaches and focusing on “ministry beyond the sanctuary” by giving away free gas fill-ups. The Indianapolis pastor will pay to fill drivers’ tanks at the Marathon gas station located at 5060 E. 38th St. on Saturday morning, according to a news release […] INDIANAPOLIS — Strips of caution tape are all that was left Tuesday morning at Dubarry Park on Indy’s east side after two teens were shot and killed at the park hours earlier. “You should be able to come to the park in your neighborhood. You should be able to come to the park in […] INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Chief of Police Randal Taylor have agreed to implement police reforms suggested by local faith leaders. Over the last six months, nonprofit organization Faith In Indiana has conducted hundreds of community discussions and studied policing around the country in an effort to improve policies here in the […] INDIANAPOLIS — Many people have been eager to get back to normal since the COVID-19 pandemic began, but Crossroads AME Church in Indianapolis is embracing the new normal. “We want to offer as many options as possible for all of our members,” said Jerry Davis, the church’s pastor. “We are convinced that the way […]