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  1. This is who cleans up all the trash left behind at IMS after Indy 500

    05.29 / 16:46 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    SPEEDWAY, Ind. — All the trash left behind by the hundreds of thousands race fans at yesterday’s Indy 500 is now gone. Dozens of central Indiana non-profit groups showed up at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway early this morning to help clean up the stands. Each organization is paid based off how many sections its volunteers clear. Eastside Church of God in Anderson plans to use the money it earned to help pay for a couple of upcoming mission trips. “It’s a [̷…
  2. LIVESTREAM: Trump visits Arlington National Cemetery to honor fallen service members on Memorial Day

    05.29 / 15:41 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will honor US service members who made the ultimate sacrifice when he visits Arlington National Cemetery in recognition of Memorial Day Monday morning. Trump’s scheduled remarks at the wreath-laying ceremony will mark his first comments in public since returning to the United States from his nine-day trip abroad. Trump sent out several tweets Monday morning in advance of his visit, including: “Honoring the men and women who made the…
  3. Navy skydiver dies when parachute fails to open

    05.29 / 14:39 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    JERSEY CITY, NJ – A member of the Navy’s skydiving team was killed Sunday when his parachute malfunctioned during a team jump, the Navy said. The team, known as the Leap Frogs, was conducting a coordinated jump into Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey as part of planned Fleet Week activities for New York Harbor, Rear Admiral John C. “Jack” Scorby Jr. said at a news briefing. The parachute of the team member, a Navy SEAL, failed to […
  4. LIVESTREAM: Indiana governor speaks at Memorial Day service honoring fallen heroes

    05.29 / 13:41 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb will speak at a Memorial Day service conducted by Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Centers on Monday. The service begins with music at 9:30 a.m. and the program begins at 10 a.m. It will be at the Hoosier Patriot Memorial on the grounds of Washington Park East Cemetery located at 10722 E Washington Street. Major General Courtney P. Carr is also expected to speak at the service. The ceremony will include the sounds of […
  5. Cleveland police identify young boy walking without shoes on interstate

    05.29 / 13:41 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    CLEVELAND, Ohio – Officers with the Cleveland Police Department have identified a young boy found walking on an interstate ramp in the rain without shoes. They say he is a 12-year-old boy reported missing from Garfield Heights. Police stopped the boy around 12:31 a.m. as he walked down the Interstate 71 ramp in a t-shirt, shorts, and no shoes. Officers believed he was possibly experiencing an unknown medical emergency, and he was taken to the hospital. He was unresponsive and unable [&…
  6. IMPD investigating fatal pedestrian accident on city’s east side

    05.29 / 12:45 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS — Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are investigating after a man was hit and killed while crossing the street on the city’s east side. The accident happened shortly after 5 a.m. in the 3300 block of East Washington Street. Officers on the scene say the man had just gone to White Castle at LaSalle and Washington. He was struck by an eastbound car when he stepped onto the pavement to cross Washington Street. Officials say the man…
  7. A warm Memorial Day and week of weather with small rain chances tonight

    05.29 / 10:51 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    This weekend marked the “unofficial start of summer”. Temperatures will be WARM this afternoon with highs near 80! We’ll see a cloud/sun mix through the afternoon with breezy conditions. Winds will occasionally gust to over 20 mph. We do have an isolated T-shower chance after 6pm tonight. Most will stay dry, but we’ll keep that isolated chance through 11pm. The next 4 days will be pretty quiet. Temperatures in the 70s and a lot of dry time.  There will be …
  8. Fans react to 101st running of Indy 500

    05.29 / 04:38 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Hours after the race ended, many fans had a long wait ahead of them to get home, plus a storm to navigate. But first, they enjoyed the race. “Great race,” said John Rombach. “It was competitive, lots of passing. I mean there were a lot of times we had to sit down because we’d been standing so much.” Fans were on the lookout for one lead change after another and crashes, like Scott Dixon’s early airborne accident […]…
  9. Excise officers cite 194 at Speedway over race weekend

    05.29 / 04:38 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana State Excise police officers arrested or cited 139 minors, 40 adults, and 15 juveniles on 245 charges while working enforcement patrols Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Excise officers issued 149 summonses for illegal possession or consumption of an alcoholic beverage. Other preliminary charges included possession of false identification, furnishing alcoholic beverages to a minor, and 48 drug related charges. “Our objective …
  10. Muncie man arrested after child killed in crash

    05.29 / 03:22 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    MUNCIE,Ind.–Indiana State Police arrested a Muncie man following a crash Sunday that claimed the life of a 6-year-old girl. Shortly after 4:30 p.m. emergency crews were cal to a one vehicle crash with ejection on north bound State Road 67, just North of Meeker Avenue. Investigators say the driver, 28-year-old Jessica Skeens of Farmland was driving a van with her boyfriend, 27-year-old Nathaniel Jordan of Muncie.  Also in the  vehicle were two of Skeens children who were in the middle …
  11. LIVE BLOG: Storms move through central Indiana Sunday

    05.28 / 23:25 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Storms are moving through the state Friday, bringing wind gusts and hail to the Hoosier State. A slight risk for severe weather was issued for the south-central part of the state earlier in the day. We’ll keep you updated below in our live blog. Download the Indy Weather Authority app for…
  12. Paralyzed vet stands during 500 national anthem with exoskeleton suit

    05.28 / 22:09 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS – When race fans were asked to stand during the singing of the national anthem Sunday, paralyzed veteran Dan Rose was one of them thanks to a wearable robot. Rose, an Army veteran, lost his ability to walk in the spring of 2011 while serving in Afghanistan. “The doctor saw the damage to the spinal cord and told me that I wasn’t going to walk again,” said Rose. That was Rose’s story for the next three years. His injures…
  13. Residence burglarized in Needham, several electronics and guns stolen

    05.28 / 21:09 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    NEEDHAM, Ind. – A home was reportedly broken into and burglarized Friday in Needham. At around 7:45 p.m. Friday, Johnson County Police responded to a report of a home burglary in the 4800 block of N. 750 E. Lisa Wilde told police that she believes a burglar entered through a door on the side of a newly added part of the house. Police checked the door and found no signs of forced entry. The total value of items stolen was around $2350. […
  14. Johnson County Police warn of phone scams after man loses $1,300

    05.28 / 19:10 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Police in Johnson County are warning the public to look out for phone scams after a 67-year-old man lost around $1,300. William Smith told police that he had received a call from a male claiming to be with Publishers Clearing House and reportedly informed Smith that he won $850,000 and a Mercedes Benz. Smith said that the man told him to wire money first to claim the prize. According to a police report, Smith said that…
  15. Police in Johnson County arrest Missouri man for drugs during traffic stop

    05.28 / 18:12 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – Authorities in Johnson County arrested a Missouri man for drugs during a traffic stop Friday afternoon. Jason White, 35, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana after police pulled him over for allegedly driving 74 mph in a 55 mph zone. Police observed White traveling westbound on SR44 near CR 600 E. in a silver Ford sedan. Police conducted a traffic stop and said White became nervous during the stop. A…
  16. Most Chipotle restaurants hacked with credit card stealing malware

    05.28 / 17:00 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    NEW YORK — A cybersecurity attack that hit most Chipotle restaurants allowed hackers to steal credit card information from customers, the burrito chain confirmed. The company first acknowledged the breach on April 25. But a blog post on Friday revealed the kind of malware used in the attack and the restaurants that were affected. The list of attacked locations is extensive and includes many major U.S. cities. When CNNMoney asked the company Sunday about the scale of the attack,…
  17. Rick Santorum to President Trump: Stop tweeting

    05.28 / 17:00 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — Former senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says he believes the Trump administration could be doing well, if only the President would stop doing one thing: Tweeting. “If you tweet every day and complain about the media and complain about how you are being treated, you’re going to be sidetracked and you’re not going to get your deals done. That’s the message,” Santorum said straight into the camera during Sunday…
  18. Uber CEO’s mother dies in boating accident: ‘Unspeakable tragedy’

    05.28 / 15:55 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    NEW YORK — Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s parents were involved in a boating accident on Friday that killed his mother and left his father badly injured. The company, in a statement on Saturday, called the incident an “unspeakable tragedy” and said that Kalanick’s father remains in a “serious condition.” Kalanick’s mother, Bonnie, was 71. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Travis and his family in this heartbreaking time,” the Uber…
  19. Indiana police want drones but laws restrict their usage

    05.28 / 15:55 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s two largest police departments want drones to help monitor large gatherings or monitor traffic at large events, but state law restricts drone usage. The Indianapolis Star reports (http://indy.st/2qPpogN ) that the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and Indiana State Police are looking into acquiring drones. At least 10 Indiana police agencies own drones. Indiana state law says police departments are allowed to use drones for search-and-rescue…
  20. IN Focus: Mayor, governor honor fallen heroes at annual service

    05.28 / 13:54 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric Holcomb and Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett were among those making remarks during Friday’s Memorial Service at the Indiana War Memorial. The 500 Festival Memorial Service honors Hoosier military personnel who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. The Capital City Chorus and Indiana National Guard’s 38th Infantry Division Band also performed during the service, and names of Indiana service members who have fallen within the past year were read aloud du…