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Originally posted on AM-1310 The Light: Photo: In happier times. Alex Hobbs (L) with one of his sisters Asha and Al “The Bishop” Hobbs (R) Reported by Amos Brown: It is with deep regret and sadness that we must report very special tragedy. Alex C. Hobbs, son of the late and beloved Al “The Bishop” Hobbs […]

Intoxicated Biker Loses Lawsuit Against The City  A man who was intoxicated when he struck a pothole on his bike, suffering serious injuries, has lost his lawsuit against the city. Paul Komyatti Jr was riding his bicycle along Prospect Street when he went through a puddle, hitting a pothole underneath. Komyatti, who was not wearing […]

Two Indy Neighborhoods Ranked Worst in America Two Indianapolis neighborhoods are among the 25 most dangerous in the country.  According to a new report by The Neighborhood, the area along Meridian and Illinois streets and Capitol Avenue north of 30th Street ranks 17th on the list. The 20th ranked neighborhood is just the west […]

David Bisard Arrested for Saturday DUI In trouble again, Suspended IMPD Officer David Bisard is in jail This Morning after a weekend a drunk driving accident where Bisard had a blood alcohol content of more than twice the legal limit. This happened in Lawrence where crashed his truck, striking a pole, guardrail and sign Saturday […]

Police Investigate West side Murder Indianapolis detectives are investigating a homicide on the city’s west side in the 1500 block of 27th street. Around 7:30 last night, Officers said a person was shot, but was awake and breathing when they arrived. The shooting victim was taken to a nearby hospital where he died from his […]

Pedestrian Stuck at 38th and Post Rd. A pedestrian was struck and killed near 38th and Post Road last night, when a man was trying to cross the street. Police said the driver stayed on the scene and was cooperating with investigators. He told police he didn’t see the man in the road. Alcohol nor […]

Early Morning Power Outage in Indianapolis IPL says Power has been restored to nearly than 2-Thousand customers after an early morning power outage, after a possible blown transformer, on the city’s east side, at 21st and Post. Because of that outage ALL Warren Township Schools are STILL on a two-hour delay today.   IUPD Chief […]

POLICE STOP TRUCK CARRYING SPOILED FOOD TO INDIANAPOLIS A traffic stop led Authorities to find and destroyed 200 pounds of contaminated food. State Troopers stopped a truck on I-74 in Ripley County for a traffic violation. As the truck’s driver pulled into a rest area for inspection, the trooper noted brown liquid was leaking from the truck’s […]

POLICE STILL LOOKING FOR KILLER OF INDIANAPOLIS MAN The family of 67-year-old Thomas Tefft is pleading for answers this morning, after he was shot and killed in a Home Invasion. The Teffts moved here a few years ago, after reading that Indianapolis was one of the best places to live. Thomas’s wife who was in […]

MAN KILLED IN NORTH SIDE HOME INVASION  The man killed in a home invasion on the City’s Northside is 67 year old Thomas Tefft. He and his wife were in the home when the assailant came in through an unlocked patio door. The man who came into the home was described as black. He was wearing […]

SUSPECT WHO SHOT MAN FOUND An arrest was made This Morning in the shooting death of a man at a North side apartment. Indianapolis police arrested Christien Jones in the killing of 19-year-old Tyrus Harris. Harris had been shot multiple times Tuesday evening at the Creekside Square Apartments. Police have not yet release any additional […]

CRACKDOWN ON TEENS AT INDY MALLS Metro police met with Simon Mall officials last night to devise a plan to combat mall violence among Indianapolis teens. Mall officials tell police they plan break up crowds that might be looking for trouble. This code of conduct is not new, but mall security will begin to enforce […]