INDIANAPOLIS — INDOT announced late Thursday morning plans to reopen another portion of the North Split in downtown Indianapolis. This time, INDOT plans to reopen all northbound and southbound traffic through the North Split on Interstate 65 by Monday morning next week. Crews will begin with reopening I-65 NB, followed by I-65 SB, according to […]

The case of the man accused of killing two young girls in Delphi promises to be the highest profile trial Indiana has seen in at least a decade. And Richard Allen’s murder trial could be one of the first in Indiana to be viewed by millions worldwide under a new rule that will allow cameras […]

INDIANAPOLIS — With just days left in this session of the legislature, lawmakers say they want children to be more financially ready for adulthood. The class of 2028 high school graduates will now be required to pass a financial literacy course if the governor signs a new bill into law. The author, State Senator Mike […]

DECATUR COUNTY — A FedEx truck driver was seriously injured after a rock went through their windshield on Interstate 74 in Decatur County. According to the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the 127 mile marker of I-74 around 3 a.m. Sunday for a crash involving a semi. Arriving officers found the driver to […]

FISHERS — An employee of the Kiddie Academy Daycare in Fishers is facing battery charges after a child returned home with a handprint bruise on their leg. According to Fishers police, an investigation was launched after a parent reported their child returned home from the daycare, located in the 11700 block of Olio Road, with […]

INDIANAPOLIS — According to IMPD, officers responded to reports of a person shot just before 1 a.m. in the 3600 block of North Dequincy Street. “I heard a single shot and my dogs started barking,” Jontae Halliburton said. When officers arrived, they found a man who was suffering from gun shots wounds outside a home. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — He did it again! Blue, mascot of the Indianapolis Colts, was named the NFL Mascot of the Year this week. This is Blue’s third time winning the award. He also won in 2016 and 2019. The award is voted on by fellow NFL mascots. Blue makes around 300 performances each year, including 125 […]

INDIANAPOLIS — On Monday, the Indianapolis Public Library board passed a resolution to appoint Gregory A. Hill, Sr. as the new Chief Executive Officer. Hill has been acting as CEO since December 2022, in addition to Chief Public Services Officer, a position he’s held since August 2021. “I am grateful for the opportunity to serve […]

  INDIANAPOLIS — Two Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Officers were shot during a pursuit on the city’s east side Thursday. IMPD says both officers were transported to Eskenazi Hospital by fellow officers. Their injuries are not believed to be life threatening. IMPD Assistant Chief Chris Bailey said the officers were attempting a traffic stop near the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric Holcomb signed 79 bills on Thursday, bringing this legislation sessions total to 93 bills signed into law. Among the bills signed by Holcomb were Senate Bill 43, House Bill 1186, House Bill 1286 and House Bill 1365. Senate Bill 43 aims to correct staffing issues at 911 call centers. The bill bans public […]

  INDIANAPOLIS — You get a call. There’s a panicked voice on the line telling you they’re in trouble and it sounds exactly like a loved one. Experts warn it may be a scam made possible through artificial intelligence (AI). “They can not only spoof the number to make it look like it’s coming from […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A Hoosier woman is taking a national stand against home appraisal discrimination after a troubling revelation while she was trying to refinance her home. “In a couple of days, I got the appraisal report back, and I was right. The only thing bringing down the value of my home was me,” Carlette Duffy […]