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SPEEDWAY, Ind. -- World events are what prompted some additional security measures at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for race day. IMS Pres. Doug Boles, says know where you are going to park, where you are going to sit, and get there early. "World events is really kind of what...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- Words of thanks from the family of a girl who was wounded in the shooting at Noblesville West Middle School on Friday morning. In a statement, the Whistler family said Ella is doing well at Riley Hospital for Children and she is stable. Ella's family went on...
BLOOMINGTON -- Former Indiana University football coach Bill Mallory, who guided the Hoosiers through one of their most successful eras, is in hospice care according to his son. "Following a fall on Tuesday, Bill had emergency brain surgery. Sadly, there has been no improvement...
NOBLESVILLE, Ind . -- A student and teacher are hurt after a shooting at Noblesville West Middle School. The student is being treated at Riley Hospital for Children, according to Danielle Sirilla at IU Health. The teacher is being treated at IU Health Methodist. He has been...
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department motorcycle officer was involved in a motorcycle crash this morning on Indy's west side. IMPD says the crash happened at about 7:30 a.m. near the intersection of Philwood Drive and 25th Street in Speedway. Crews are...
MONROE COUNTY, Ind- -It's being called the largest single meth bust in the history of Monroe County. State police say an investigation in that county has resulted in about 3 pounds of meth being seized from traffic stops and searches of homes. It all started when police executed...
PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind- -A highway flagger was hit by a car Thursday night by a driver that may have been impaired by alcohol and marijuana. Indiana State Police say a flagger with the Wabash Valley Asphalt was telling traffic to stop for pavement resurfacing. Two vehicles stopped...
SPEEDWAY, Ind. --Safety is one of the priorities for people attending the 102nd running of the Indy 500, just as it has been every year. But, due to "world events", your car will be subject to search. That change was announced at a Thursday press conference at the Indianapolis...
INDIANAPOLIS -- A Brownsburg man has agreed to plead guilty to attempting to aid a terrorist organization over his plans to travel to the Middle East to join ISIS. Akram Musleh was 18 in June 2016 when FBI agents raided his Brownsburg apartment with a warrant for his arrest...