Abdul At Large
Despite the recent increase in murders in Indianapolis, Mayor Joe Hogsett says the city is making progress when it comes to crime.
Hogsett made his comments shortly after opening a new westside campaign office.
The Mayor says the numbers of murders are down when they are compared from this past summer to the previous, however, he acknowledges there is still a lot of work to do.
He also commented on how crime prevention grant dollars are currently being spent and the recent controversy over a possible new hotel in downtown Indianapolis and criticism that it will hurt the existing market.
Click here for Hogsett's remarks. They run for about five minutes.