WHITESTOWN — Two women and an infant died and a semi-truck driver will face felony charges after a nine-vehicle crash Sunday morning on Interstate 65 in Boone County. The driver of the semi, Matthew Lewis Small, 34, of Grandville, Mich., told police he was driving northbound on I-65 near the 129 mile-marker and looked away […]

A band of light snow will move through the northern half of the state this morning. Most of the snow will be fairly light and any accumulation will be less than a inch but with it being New Year’s Eve and some of you traveling I wanted to put us in Alert Mode. The 1” […]

BLOOMINGTON — Indiana University said it is investigating an incident that allegedly occurred at a fraternity Friday night. The school said in a statement that IU Police Department detectives, the Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office and federal authorities are investigating the incident at the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity that allegedly involved physical assault, along with anti-Semitic […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Grub Hub and Uber Eats are getting some new competition. Kroger announced Monday it’s now getting into the meal delivery business, and it’s doing so with the help of an Indianapolis startup. The nation’s largest supermarket chain is partnering with ClusterTruck to create ‘Kroger Delivery Kitchens.’ According to Kroger, customers will be able to order restaurant-style […]

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Jacoby Brissett threw one touchdown pass, ran for another score and used an impressive ground game to get the Indianapolis Colts back on track Sunday with a 33-13 victory over Jacksonville. The Colts (6-4) ended a two-game losing streak and pulled back into a tie with Houston for the AFC South lead. […]

FISHERS — Fishers police issued a warning about possible scammers who might try to take advantage of people who want to donate to the department following the death of K-9 officer, Harlej. In a Facebook post Saturday, the department said people wishing to donate can do so through its website, which is the only donation site endorsed […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Two groups gathered on Tuesday in Indianapolis and hoped to change the way people talk about domestic violence. Put together by Auntie Mame’s Child Development Center and Indiana Healthy Marriage and Family Coalition, Inc. , the two groups held a community conversation about domestic violence Tuesday evening at the 38th Street Library. Their hope is to change […]

INDIANAPOLIS — After police said speed played a role in a fatal crash Monday morning, some people who live in Irvington are raising concerns about safety. Neighbors who live near North Arlington Avenue say speeding is only getting worse and they are hoping something will be done. On Monday morning, one person was killed and […]

MARTINSVILLE — A Greenwood woman who was accused of taking money for a driveway project and not doing the work, was sentenced to jail time on Tuesday. Natalie Davis was sentenced to 180 days in jail, starting Tuesday, and two years of probation after she recently pleaded guilty to home improvement fraud, according to the […]

GREENFIELD — A Greenfield Police Department officer accused of using “excessive force” during an arrest has been placed on paid administrative leave. The officer, who has not been named at this time, was placed on leave effective August 26, according to the Greenfield Police Department. “We requested the Indiana State Police also conduct an investigation […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A Lawrence Police Department officer is on administrative duty after being charged with battery from an incident in June. Matthew Brandenburg was charged Monday after he allegedly elbowed a woman during an argument at a nightclub in downtown Indianapolis, according to a probable cause affidavit. He was off-duty at the time of the […]

LEBANON — A Lebanon mother is upset after she says her kids were denied breakfast and “lunch shamed” because they didn’t have enough money on their account. Shaina Lawson says her 2nd and 5th grade daughters came home crying on Thursday from Harney Elementary School after she says the cafeteria worker denied them breakfast. “You […]