MORNING NEWS

INDIANAPOLIS — A person is in critical condition Tuesday night after a shooting on the west side of Indianapolis. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers and emergency personnel were called around 10 p.m. to the 2000 block of North Dexter Street on the report of a person shot, IMPD Sgt. Grace Sibley said. The victim is […]

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 […]

GREENFIELD — A woman is out of jail after spending four days behind bars in Hancock County for a crime she didn’t commit. Kristen Parr, of Speedway, says someone used her ID to test drive a car in Greenfield. When the car wasn’t returned, a warrant was issued for Parr’s arrest and she was taken […]

CARMEL — Residents were voicing their concerns over the new 5G towers in Carmel at the city council meeting Monday night. The new small cell towers for 5G are popping up all over and some people are not happy about them. Last week, Call 6 Investigates told you about how companies, like AT&T and Verizon, […]

INDIANAPOLIS — A woman says her car is totaled after it was struck by a hit-and-run driver Wednesday night in Broad Ripple. Chelsey Haraway was out for her birthday celebration and left her car parked on Broad Ripple Avenue after she had a few drinks. The next morning, her roommate got a call from her […]

HENRY COUNTY — The Henry County Sheriff’s Office Dive team is holding a fundraiser in October to help raise money to replace some equipment. On Oct. 12, the sheriff’s office is hosting a fishing tournament at Summit Lake, 5993 North Messick Road in New Castle, with prizes paid out to those with the largest fish. […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Airport Authority held a rededication ceremony for Bethel Cemetery. The cemetery, which was near the airport, recently relocated to Concordia Cemetery due to a stormwater project. On Saturday, the airport held a general cemetery dedication and veteran tributes for the 500 remains moved during the project. Click here to read the […]

INDIANAPOLIS — On Saturday evening, 300 people gathered at Newfields in Indianapolis for a community meal to help better understand issues, like food insecurity, facing others. Those who attended the meal came together with the goal of provoking a change and leading to a stronger and better community. The meal was the first event for […]

INDIANAPOLIS — For the first time, Indiana high school students will have an entire week to take advantage of free applications for more than a dozen in-state colleges. Fifteen Indiana colleges will waive college application fees during College Application Week, which runs through Friday, according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Eighteen other Indiana […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The state is urging travelers to get a new kind of ID that will soon be required to board a plane. On Monday the Transportation Security Administration and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles came together at the Indianapolis International Airport to educate people on what’s called the ‘Real ID.’ Starting on Oct. 1, […]

HOWARD COUNTY — The Howard County Sheriff’s Office is implementing changes to its suicide prevention procedures and improving mental health assistance following the deaths of several inmates in their care. Natasha King, 23, died in March after jail correctional officers found King asphyxiating herself with a bed sheet. That same month, Howard County jail correctional […]