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‘They’re not going to kill him, are they?’ mother of Herman Whitfield III asked police 

Gladys Whitfield, the mother of Herman Whitfield III, asked officers if they were going to kill her son minutes after they arrived for an...

IMPD shoots man apparently sleeping in grandma’s driveway; listed in stable condition

A man is in stable condition after being shot by Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers while sleeping in his car in his grandmother’s driveway...

IMPD must release complete body cam footage for Herman Whitfield III by Jan. 3

A federal judge has ordered Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to release the complete body camera footage from the in-custody death of Herman Whitfield III...

‘I am the hope’: City leaders, community members unite to curb violence

If you drive east on Troy and Keystone avenues, you’ll see two billboards outside the Marion County Child Advocacy Center. Created by young adults...

IMPD announces priorities for 2022

After a record-breaking year of homicides in 2021, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) announced its initiatives for 2022, including decreasing gun violence, increasing...

‘He said he just wanted to die’: Man who stabbed officers lured police, intended to kill, docs show

A man accused of stabbing two Indianapolis police officers said he lured the officers to his location with a fake 911 call and intended...

Collisions involving cars, cyclists and pedestrians on the rise

Note: This story has been edited to change "fatal accidents" to "fatal collisions." Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows moved to Indianapolis in 2017. The New York...

Hogsett: Indianapolis is ‘extraordinarily safe’ despite rising homicides

City officials reviewed crime trends through the first half of the year and laid out their vision for public safety moving forward during an...

Civil, human rights investigation to be conducted in Indianapolis

Civil rights attorney Malik Shabazz is leading an investigation into possible civil and human rights violations in regard to the murder of Dorian Murrell.  Shabazz...

Prosecutor’s office: Officers justified in killing man in July 2020

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office won’t file criminal charges against Indianapolis police officers who shot and killed 35-year-old Grant King on July 19, 2020. The...
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