John Herrick

John Herrick

INDIANAPOLIS–Police in Indianapolis say they arrested a robbery suspect on Wednesday for a robbery that happened on Tuesday. They announced the man’s arrest on Friday. On Wednesday, IMPD says they found a vehicle that was involved in a Tuesday robbery of an AT&T store on Emerson Avenue on Indy’s southeast side near County Line Road. […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Police in Indianapolis recovered nearly $200,000 worth of stolen equipment at a home on the south side of Indianapolis Thursday. The case started when IMPD’s Southwest District began investigating several burglaries. A SWAT team went to a home in the 3200 block of West Epler Avenue Wednesday afternoon. That is near the intersection of Thompson […]

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.–A Purdue University assistant professor who specializes in “positive emotions” and “parental involvement” is accused of beating his wife in front of his 10-year-old son while his son was locked in a dog cage. John Froiland has a Ph.D. in school psychology and is on paid administrative leave. The Purdue Exponent reports that […]

INDIANAPOLIS–2021 is another record-breaking year for violence in Indianapolis, but that isn’t stopping police and faith leaders from trying to get a handle on it. On Tuesday, they got together for a breakfast at Christ Temple Apostolic Faith to start a marketing campaign called “Peace in the Streets.” They believe this is an effective tool […]

(WISH-TV’s Jasmine Minor contributed to this story) INDIANAPOLIS–Some students at Pike Township Schools are on remote learning Wednesday because of staff absences, according to social media posts from the district and the district superintendent. Pike High School, the freshman campus, and Pike Preparatory Academy are on remote learning. Elementary and middle school students are attending […]

STATEWIDE–Less than a third of Americans are planning on traveling for Thanksgiving this year, according to a survey from GasBuddy. “The average gas prices are amongst the highest we’ve ever seen for Thanksgiving. The national average could be very closest to the all-time high that we’ve seen on Thanksgiving,” said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Critically acclaimed folk singer Todd Snider will perform at “The Vogue” in Indianapolis November 18. The doors open at 7 pm. The concert begins at 8 pm. Snider released his new album “First Agnostic Church of Hope and Wonder” earlier this year. In that album, he says he created his own brand of funk-inspired by […]

STATEWIDE–Temperatures are expected to warm up into the 60s on Tuesday and Wednesday, but the National Weather Service does not expect that warm-up to last long. “So Monday will be the last cooler day for a couple of days. Temperatures will even be into the mid-60s by Wednesday in some places before things start to […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Four vehicles were involved in a crash where one person was killed and two others were sent to a hospital on the northeast side of Indianapolis Wednesday night. IMPD says the accident began as an attempted traffic stop just before 6 pm. The driver of the vehicle they were trying to stop refused to stop […]

MUNCIE, Ind.–A former pastor and school nurse has been sentenced to more than 100 years in prison for molesting children. Brian Couch received a sentence of 105 years in prison on Wednesday, according to the Delaware County Prosecutor’s Office. During Wednesday’s hearing, one of Couch’s victims testified. She said the sexual molestation began when she […]