Police Search for Suspects in Taxi Driver Shooting Police are asking for your help identifying two men in connection with the Monday night shooting of a taxicab driver on the city’s northwest side. The men were caught on video surveillance camera from inside the taxi and can be seen in still photos posted here:   […]

Some Illegal Drugs Now Off Indy’s Streets More than 40 people were arrested following a two-year investigation into a large-volume drug trafficking ring. IMPD says at least six-kilos of cocaine, marijuana, various guns—including two that were stolen—and vehicles were confiscated. In addition, $198,000 in cash was confiscated as well. “Violence and illegal drugs are closely associated.  These arrests […]

Indiana Governor Mike Pence will deliver his “2014 State of the State” address tonight, January 14th, to a joint session of the Indiana General Assembly in the House Chambers. The address will begin at 7 p.m. (EST).  The State of the State address is available to watch live online at that time. To view it, click [HERE].   […]

Awards season is officially underway kicked off by the Golden Globe Awards which aired locally Sunday night on WTHR-TV.  One of the fun parts of watching Hollywood celebrate themselves is watching what they’re wearing while they are doing it.  Click [HERE] to see our take on “The Best & Worst Dressed”. ### Source: Hello Beautiful […]

 BACK -2- SCHOOL TODAY Nearly 30,000 IPS students are heading back to the classroom today.  This will be their first day back in class since an extended Christmas holiday vacation due to the snow and arctic temps that caused the district to cancel class.  Some sidewalks that students need to access bus stops are still snow-covered after a weekend of […]

Target: Breach Impacted Up To 70-Million Customers  Mega retailer Target now says their massive credit card data breach put as many as 70 million customers at risk.  The company’s investigation into the incident showed the number of impacted customers is much higher than previously thought. Target also learned the stolen data put more than credit and debit […]

MORNING NEWS with KIM WELLS Hit and Run on Friday Morning IMPD is investigating a pedestrian hit and run on Westlane Road on the northwest side. According to media reports, police dispatch reports a possible fatality. Investigators closed Westlane just east of 71st and Michigan Road. Two witnesses reportedly found the victim in the road […]

 School & Business Closures and Delays Indianapolis Public Schools, the state’s second largest school district and other school districts remain closed for a fifth consecutive day on Friday due to snow-covered roads and sidewalks. Due to slippery roads and other road conditions that are pretty bad, a number of other schools that were on a two-hour delay today have switched gears and decided to  cancel  classes.  Those schools include […]

 School & Business Closures and Delays While some private and parochial schools like Bishop Chatard and Cathedral head back to class on a two-hour delay today, Indianapolis Public Schools, the state’s second largest school district and other school districts remain closed for a fourth day. Indy is still under a travel advisory for the area however it is at caution levels […]

As temperatures in the Indianapolis metro area take a dive to sub-zero lows Monday, that the city hasn’t experienced for decades, more than 30,000 Hoosiers are without power. Indianapolis Power & Light and Duke Energy are working to restore energy to homes however officials say it may take days to restore it. This is creating […]

The visitation and funeral service for former Indiana Congressman Andy Jacobs Jr. takes place Friday morning in the Rotunda of the Statehouse. Jacobs died peacefully at home, surrounded by family and friends on December 28th. The casket will arrive at 10am immediately followed by a viewing for family. Then the visitation will open to the public. The funeral […]

Teenager Shot; Man Stabbed IMPD has their hands full investigating the first two murders of 2014. We now know the name of the first victim. The first homicide happened just before 1 a.m. Thursday morning on the city’s southeast side. Police say 16-year-old Tyrell Alford of Indianapolis was fatally shot during an altercation on Graydon […]