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CARMEL, Ind — The mayoral race in Carmel, Indiana has been heating up with endorsements and allegations being thrown around in the lead up to the May 2 primary. Jim Brainard, who has held the position since 1996, has endorsed Kevin ‘Woody’ Rider as his successor. Rider, a former member of Carmel’s Planning Commission and […]

NEW CASTLE, Ind. — On Friday morning around 9:40am, a stabbing occurred at the New Castle Correctional Facility. During a group session with eight male offenders, a female mental health counselor was stabbed in the neck and throat with a pointed metal object by one of the offenders. Several other inmates attempted to intervene, and […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — In February 2020, a home invasion in Indianapolis resulted in the shooting deaths of four young people: Braxton Ford, Kimari Hunt, Jalen Roberts, and Marcel Wills. The victims were found dead in a residence on Shady Oak Drive. Today, justice was served for their families as the final man involved, Lasean Watkins, […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis man named Ivy Nunn has been found guilty of murder in the shooting death of Daniel Morris Jr. The Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced the verdict after a three-day jury trial. Morris was found dead on August 27, 2020, near 3800 Guion Access Road. Morris died from multiple gunshot […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police have arrested two individuals and confiscated guns and drugs during an operation on the east side of the city. According to police sources, the suspects, 60-year-old Samuel Patton Sr. and 41-year-old Samuel Patton Jr., are serious violent felons who are prohibited from possessing firearms. IMPD officers received a […]

STATEWIDE — A shortage of medication for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is affecting millions of people in the Midwest, including children, teens, and adults. Both name-brand and generic Adderall, often prescribed to manage ADHD symptoms, are affected by the national drug shortage. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed that manufacturing delays are to blame, […]

KOKOMO, Ind. — On Sunday night, a fatal crash occurred in Kokomo, which was caused by a driver who was suspected to be drunk. The Kokomo Police Department reported that the collision happened at the intersection of Washington and Elm streets. Travis Sexton, 22, is accused of driving his Chevy Uplander through a stop sign […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The IndyRent rental assistance program is starting again on April 27, 2023. The Mayor of Indianapolis, Joe Hogsett, said this program was stopped to improve it and make it last longer. It started during the pandemic with $15 million from the CARES Act. So far, it has given $178 million to 60,000 […]

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Marion County residents will soon be able to vote on a $410 million capital referendum proposed by the Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) board. The Rebuilding Stronger plan aims to fund upgrades and renovations in 23 school buildings. These upgrades include new athletic fields, updated sidewalks, improved plumbing, lighting, and fire systems, as […]

GREENWOOD, Ind. — In a three-day operation aimed at apprehending child predators, 32 people were arrested in Greenwood, Indiana between Tuesday, April 18th, 2023 and Thursday, April 20th, 2023. The Child Solicitation investigation was led by the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, Franklin Police Department, and Edinburgh Police Department. This is not the first time that […]