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Public Safety

‘Life looks a lot different right now’; Black teen hospitalized after being shot by homeowner 

  Ralph Yarl, a Black teen from Kansas City, Missouri was hospitalized after knocking on the wrong door. The Staley High School junior drove to a home...

Two officers charged with felonies in death of Herman Whitfield III 

Two Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers were charged with felonies for their alleged roles in the in-custody death of Herman Whitfield III.  A Marion County...

Bomb threats affect Indiana school districts state wide

The Indiana State Police are responding to an email message sent to several dozen Indiana schools threatening to bomb campuses. No suspicious or explosive...

Indy considers ‘No Turn on Red’ for downtown intersections

As pedestrian safety concerns grow and advocacy groups cries mount, the City-County Council has a series of “No Turn on Red” proposals for downtown...

Police: 4 killed in shooting at downtown Louisville bank

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville police say at least four people were killed and nine others wounded in a shooting at a bank building in downtown Louisville. Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey told a news conference that the suspect was also dead after the Monday morning shooting. Humphrey said the wounded included two police officers. Officers who arrived on the scene exchanged gunfire with the shooter but it wasn't clear how he died. Humphrey said the shooter appeared to be a former employee of the bank. An emotional Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said he lost two friends in the shooting.

Pendleton Pike Walmart store food license reinstated  

The Marion County Public Health Department has fully reinstated the food license for the grocery section of the Walmart store on Pendleton Pike, following...

Family of inmate files $20 million lawsuit

The family of Juwan Jones, who died of stab wounds in a northern Indiana prison in 2021, filed a multi-million dollar wrongful death lawsuit...

Advocates identify warning signs and educate the community on human trafficking 

It was 3 a.m. in Gary, Indiana, and Heather Maravilla wanted to go home. Banging on the outside of the strip club’s locked door...

RecycleForce helps save earth, reduces violence in Indianapolis

An Indianapolis non-profit is saving the earth — and its employees’ lives – through its focus on helping formerly incarcerated individuals re-enter society.  RecycleForce is...

Council: ‘No plans’ to reintroduce bill requiring registration for some charitable work 

The proposal requiring individuals and organizations to register with the city for some larger-scale charitable work has been tabled with "no plans" for its...


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