INDIANAPOLIS–The Republican candidate for Mayor of Indianapolis Jefferson Shreve says it’s time for the City of Indianapolis and Mayor Joe Hogsett to get more proactive on fighting crime and stop being reactive. Shreve is running against Hogsett in the November election. “We don’t have enough people working for the city’s police department to protect the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Hogsett Administration faces a tough legal fight if the Mayor of Indianapolis wants to turn his gun control policy proposal into reality. Second Amendment attorney Guy Relford says Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett’s recent gun control policy package is completely illegal under current state law, violating the 2011 General Assembly’s Indiana Firearms Preemption […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A Hoosier doctor who performed an abortion procedure for a 10-year-old rape victim will be reprimanded, but she will not lose her medical license. Dr. Caitlin Bernard gained national attention last year, after the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court of the United States.  She spoke to the press about […]

INDIANAPOLIS — He’s ready to take on gun laws in Marion County, and that includes some policies he knows will be politicized. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett has proposed three major gun control policies as part of a single package. Hogsett says this package would be immediately presented to the legislature in the event the state […]

BOONE COUNTY, Ind. — A former Lebanon Police officer has been arrested, after police say he tampered with evidence. Officer Nicholas Reynolds was arrested Wednesday.  He was taken to the Boone County Jail on charges including Obstruction of Justice and Official Misconduct, but he was released after bail was posted in his name. The Boone […]

SAINT CROIX, Ind.–Two kids who went missing Tuesday morning were found later in the day. The Perry County Sheriff’s Office says they were called and told that a five-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy went missing just before 11 am in St. Croix. The boy was found in the woods just before 1 pm by […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Solving some of the problems of downtown Indianapolis is one of the goals of a new program introduced by Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett. It’s called the Downtown Collaborative Outreach Initiative: it’s a partnership with Downtown Indy Inc. to put more people on the ground, throughout Mile Square in downtown Indy, to connect with […]

INDIANAPOLIS — You may remember the death of Indianapolis police officer Breann Leath. The death penalty will be an available option for the prosecution. That’s the ruling from Judge Mark Stoner, who denied a request from the legal team of suspect Elliahs Dorsey. He’s charged with murder, battery, criminal confinement, and attempted murder. Judge Stoner […]

BOONE COUNTY, Ind. — Police have arrested a man they believe to be connected with a cartel after getting an anonymous tip. Someone called crime stoppers and said that a man named Jesus Catalan was selling drugs at a warehouse in Whitestown.  The caller also said that Catalan might be working for the “Mexican Cartel.” […]

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Pacers Sports & Entertainment (PSE) has announced that it will move its developmental league team, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, to Noblesville, Indiana. Noblesville officials have also promised to build a new arena for basketball, which will cost $36.5 million. Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen said he’s proud and hopeful about the city’s […]