Indianapolis News

Woman Struck and Killed By Freight Train A person was struck and killed by a Norfolk-Southern freight train late Monday morning in Muncie. The Delaware County Coroner said 51 year old Shailor Keys, was struck near Hoyt Avenue and Willard Street. Officials said Keys lived near the accident scene and was on foot at the […]

1 Man Shot and Killed at West side Nightclub One person was shot and killed outside a northwest side nightclub early this morning at the Babes Showgirls lounge. he shooting was reported just before 3 a.m. in the 3800 block of Lafayette Road in the parking lot of Pure Passion West lounge (formally Babes Showgirls), Indianapolis […]

Man Charged With Neglect After Child Wanders Streets A south side Indianapolis man has been arrested after a 4-year-old girl was found wandering in traffic near his apartment near Pleasant Run Parkway North Drive. The child then bolted away from police and ran to a nearby apartment, where officers said they smelled marijuana and found […]

Shapiro’s Closing Carmel Location Shapiro’s Deli has announced that it will close it’s 12-year-old Carmel location on June 17. The restaurant on Rangeline Road was one of the first tenants of the Carmel City Center. The city said the deli had fallen behind in its rent payments. The flagship location in downtown Indianapolis and the […]

Heat and Severe Weather Headed for Indianapolis It will be the hottest day of the year at 91 degrees and then tonight we are under a “likely” chance for severe weather, with straight line winds between 70 and 100 mph and even the chance for possible isolated tornadoes. The storms will roll in when a […]

Electric Car Sharing Coming to Indy Indianapolis is investing 35-million-dollars to bring a one-of-a-kind electric car sharing program to the city.  The French company Ballore [[ ba-lar-ey ]] will begin the program with 500 cars and will open 200 rental locations with about 12-hundred charging stations.  Officials say the program is designed to enhance the […]

Indianapolis GM Plant To Be Demolished A vacant factory just west of downtown will be demolished this fall.  The former General Motors stamping plant has been empty since it closed in 2011.  The property is owned by a federal land trust, who tried to market the site as reusable, but officials say no one is […]

IMPD to Unveil Summer Crime Strategy  The city is responding to a jump in violent crimes with a plan of action for the summer that will involve a partnership with local agencies and community groups. IMPD says The strategy will focus on the three main points of prevention, intervention and suppression of crime around Indianapolis working […]

Woman Killed In West side Fire A woman was killed in a fatal fire on the city’s northwest side last evening. The fire was at the Whispering Pine Apartment Complex near 38th street and High School Road. Crews had the fire under control within 20 minutes, and found the body of an adult female. Neighbors described the […]

One Person Carrying Rifle Arrested Near State Fairgrounds One person was taken into custody early this morning after suspicious activity was reported near the state fairgrounds. This happened around 3 a.m., when Metro Police received a tip about a group of men involved in a possible break-in at the former Ivy Tech building. Dispatchers said […]

Indiana Gas Prices Among The Highest In The Country Indiana’s gas prices are some of the highest in the country.  According to the Triple-A Fuel Gauge report, Indiana has the seventh-highest price at the pump.  A gallon of unleaded gas in Indianapolis right now will cost you three-dollars-95-cents.   Crime Rates Rise in Indianapolis According […]

Hibbert Fined $75,000 For Vulgar Language Roy Hibbert used a gay slur in one answer and a curse to refer to the media in another during his news conference following Game 6 against Miami, resulting in a $75,000 fine from the NBA. Hibbert ended a response to a question about his defense on LeBron James with […]