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INDIANAPOLIS — Three people have been criminally charged after a fight that erupted outside a hearing at the new Community Justice Campus left a man injured and a child with a black eye. According to court records, it was around 1 p.m. on June 22 when when a sheriff’s deputy was notified by radio there […]

  INDIANA — Part of your taxpayer dollars go toward police budgets, things like filling up the tanks of patrol cars. But with gas as high as it is right now, how is it impacting police working to serve you? Some agencies are tweaking their operations to cut back on the amount of gas they’re […]

INDIANAPOLIS — In Indianapolis, a safe summer sounds like basketballs and sneakers on a gym floor. The city’s Safe Summer program kicked off on Friday night at parks across the city. Peacemakers will provide activities and safe spaces for teens all summer in an effort to reduce gun violence. “The fact that young men and […]

INDIANAPOLIS — What was supposed to be a discussion Wednesday night with community leaders about gun violence in Indianapolis found a new meaning in response to the horrific mass shooting on Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas. “It’s sucking you into a rabbit hole of dark topics. They only get worse. You can’t find any good out […]

INDIANAPOLIS — IndyGo Purple Line construction is in full force on East 38th street near Orchard Avenue. “We have been majorly impacted with one lane of traffic coming down 38th street. We just don’t have the access to get to our facility like the customers should be able to,” said Kenneth McCeary. Kenneth McCeary is […]

INDIANAPOLIS — IMPD wants the public to know that downtown Indianapolis is still a safe place to be following a deadly stabbing Thursday night. “If in fact that you do have a disagreement, talk it out, it’s called conflict resolution,” IMPD downtown district Commander Phil Burton said. “We don’t want anyone to report to any […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Its Spring in Indiana, so potholes are to be expected. But this year, Hoosiers seem a little extra annoyed. City-County Councilor Jared Evans posted on Facebook Friday morning saying he has received multiple complaints just in the last two days about potholes on Morris Street by the airport. John Story works in Evans’ […]

INDIANAPOLIS — It takes a village to impact a community. “Everybody doing their own part, so what can I do,” Ron Gee, the man behind the Village Project said. Gee is working to line up the minds of the next generation. “Just getting them out of their community, letting them see something else and give […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Memorial Day is right around the corner, leaving some communities wondering if their local pool will open for the summer. So far, Indy Parks and Recreation has yet to announce that information. That has left some Broad Ripple residents concerned, as the community’s pool looks nowhere near ready to dive in. “I came […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana saw its largest group of “littles” graduate high school and now they’re preparing for bright futures. But the accomplishment is shining a light on the need for more mentors as the organization now has hundreds of kids on its wait list. “I didn’t have any older […]

INDIANAPOLIS — History was honored Monday night at a school on the city’s northeast side. One of the first schools for Black students was designated a historical marker during a commemoration ceremony. What is now known as The Oaks Academy on the corner of East 16th Street and Columbia Avenue was once John Hope School 26. It […]

INDIANA — There is growing concern over the months-long shortage of baby formula. It’s a situation that can be scary and intimidating when parents are unable to get what they need to feed their babies. The issue is also bringing central Indiana moms together to help each other out. Westfield mom of three, Chelsea Stevens […]