Indianapolis News

3 From Indiana Killed In Texas Crash Investigators say three people from Indiana have been killed and several others were hurt in a pickup truck rollover accident on Interstate 30 in Northeast Texas. The Texas Department of Public Safety officials told TV station KSLA that seven people were in the vehicle and the driver may […]

Walmart Back Open After Gas Leak The Westfield Walmart is open again following a gas leak.  The store was evacuated Monday night because of a ruptured pipe.  Employees at Rack Room Shoes and Five Below were also evacuated as a precaution. Muncie Woman Facing Charges In Cousin’s Death A Muncie woman now faces a murder charge in […]

Two Killed In Motorcycle Crash On I-74 A man and a woman were killed in a crash early this morning on I-74 on Indianapolis’ southeast side. State Police said the crash happened just after midnight on the eastbound lanes of I-74 near Post Road when the man hit the brakes on the motorcycle. Witnesses said […]

Indy News: Four Shot In Broad Ripple Overnight; Butler’s Blue Two Not Returning

Father Charged With Daughter’s Murder An Indianapolis father faces charges of murder after his 1-year-old daughter was found not breathing last week on the city’s east side. The 1-year-old girl was taken to Methodist Hospital where she was pronounced dead soon after arriving to the hospital. 25 year old, Wayne Bradshaw, was in the home […]

Despite Glitches ISTEP Scores Rise Despite the glitches during this year’s ISTEP testing, scores are up slightly. According to data from a study sponsored by the Indiana Department of Education, a majority of students scored as well as they would have had the interruptions never happened. Parents and schools should get their ISTEP results by […]

Dozens Displaced After Apartment Fire Dozens of families were displaced from their homes after an early morning fire at the Woodbridge Apartments on Indianapolis’ northwest side Firefighters said 16 units were burned and the fire caused $500,000 in damages. The 43 residents displaced by the fire are receiving assistance from the Red Cross and the Indianapolis […]

Family Escapes Early Morning Fire A Hancock County family escaped a fire that sparked in their home early this morning. It happened Just before 3 a.m., in New Palestine. Dispatchers said flames engulfed the home, causing extensive damage. Investigators said the fire may have sparked on the deck of the home. No injuries were reported. […]

Man Sentenced To Three Years in Death of Lala Draughon An Indianapolis man has been sentenced to three years in prison for his role in the 2012 shooting death of former high school basketball star Larretha “Lala” Draughon. 26 year old, Trey Bebley, who was initially charged with murder, pled guilty to criminal recklessness, a […]

Man Found Shot and Killed In Car On East Side A man sitting in a parked car was shot and killed outside an apartment complex on the city’s east side early this morning. The shooting was reported just after midnight in the 10,000 block of King Arthur Drive near East 30th Street and Mitthoeffer Road. […]

Morgan Johnson Missing Since 2011, Found The search for Morgan Johnson the Plainfield Man missing since 2011 is over. The Hendricks County Coroner confirmed that the remains found Friday in a vehicle also submerged in water in Plainfield were those of Morgan Johnson. The car was found about in a pond about 8 feet deep […]

Thursday, July 18 IBE Education Conference Presented by Indiana Civil Rights Commission and Cummins Inc. The 6th annual conference provides teachers, administrators, and others concerned with education with resources, best practices and professional development training in the area of cultural competency. Theme: Redefining 21st Century Learning Keynote and Plenary Speakers: Dr. Marvin Thompson, Chief Academic […]