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  1. Indianapolis teen accused of killing 3 men at north side apartment set to appear in court

    07.25 / 10:36 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis teen accused of killing three men at a north side apartment complex earlier this month is set to appear in court on Tuesday. We hope to learn what charges the 15-year-old faces and if he will be tried as an adult. Police have not released his name yet because he is a juvenile. The investigation began when police were dispatched to Somerset Lake apartments for reports of a shooting on July 16. IMPD said they […
  2. Retired deputy helps track down Dollar General robbery suspects on Indy’s southwest side

    07.25 / 10:36 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two robbery suspects are in custody thanks to a retired sheriff’s deputy who was in the right place at the right time. IMPD says two people robbed the Dollar General near Kentucky Avenue and Mann Road just before midnight. The suspects also attempted to rob a person who pulled-up to the store outside. A retired sheriff’s deputy was next to the store at the time of the robbery, and he saw the suspects flee the scene. The [R…
  3. Today will be gorgeous, however higher humidity returns Wednesday and storms arrive on Thursday

    07.25 / 10:36 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    Today is going to be absolutely GORGEOUS! We’ll have low humidity, abundant sunshine and light winds across central Indiana through this afternoon. High temperatures will reach the low to mid 80s with no rain in the forecast. Due to the increased sunshine today, the UV index will be HIGH at a 7. This means burn time without sunscreen is 20 minutes. The heat and humidity make a comeback on Wednesday. Tomorrow will be the hottest and most humid day of…
  4. IFD rescues brothers, dog in apartment fire on northeast side

    07.25 / 10:36 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -Residents at one building of the Farmington Lake Apartments just west of Franklin Road were awaken to firefighters putting out a hallway fire on the third floor of their unit early Tuesday morning. According to fire officials,  a call to IFD was reported just before 3:00 a.m. when a fire was discovered in the hallway of the third floor unit. Smoke was thick enough from the fire in the hallway that firefighters had to rescue two brothers and …
  5. IMPD investigates home invasion, stabbing on city’s near northeast side

    07.25 / 09:34 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are investigating a violent home invasion on the city’s near northeast side. According to police, a robber entered a home in the 2100 block of East 34th Street sometime around 4 a.m. on Tuesday. The suspect stabbed a man in the leg in what police are calling a “robbery gone wrong.” The man was in serious but stable condition, and police tell us he was alert and speaking with medics [……
  6. Police believe spike in fatal crashes is related to increase in distracted driving

    07.25 / 03:40 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Thousands of drivers cruise through Indiana interstates on a daily basis. “We are the Crossroads of America,” said Trooper Kyle Hankins. Indiana State Police Trooper Kyle Hankins says many of those drivers, including semi-truck drivers are not paying attention to the road. “Whether they are watching something on their cell phone, reading an email, or texting someone,” said Trooper Hankins. Police believe distracted driving is the cause of recent fatal crashes around cen…
  7. John McCain will return to Senate for health care vote Tuesday

    07.25 / 01:51 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — Sen. John McCain, who was recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, will make a dramatic return to the Senate Tuesday to cast a critical vote on health care legislation. McCain’s office announced Monday night he will return Tuesday. His return will amount to a surprise to most Republicans, who expected him to miss the crucial vote and return to Washington at a later date. But he could help the GOP deliver a critical vote to…
  8. City-County Council approves $20 million for planning, design of new justice campus

    07.25 / 01:51 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Mayor Joe Hogsett’s proposal for a new justice campus is a step closer to becoming reality. The Indianapolis City-County Council voted 17-7 to approve $20 million in funding for the design and planning of the more than $500 million project. The money is a short-term loan, part of the project’s long-term financing if the jail moves forward. There were more than a dozen speakers at Monday night’s meeting, both for and against the proposal. Some opponents say [……
  9. Conservation officers recover body of 61-year-old woman from Cataract Falls

    07.25 / 00:51 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    OWEN COUNTY, Ind. – Conservation officers recovered the body of a 61-year-old woman from Cataract Falls Monday. Crews were called to the scene at the Cataract State Recreation Area around 1:30 p.m. The Department of Natural Resources says the woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman reportedly fell into the water at the bottom of the Owen County falls.  Her identity is being withheld until family is notified of her passing. Conservation officers are conducting an investigation on […
  10. Bus driver in fatal Monroe County crash told officers he was distracted by ice

    07.24 / 23:50 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Authorities say the driver of a bus that slammed into the rear of minivan, killing three people, told investigators he was distracted by ice under his feet. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says 46-year-old Brian Hodges of New Albany told deputies he was looking down, trying to kick away the ice, before he looked up Saturday and saw the minivan had stopped for a lane closure on the Indiana 37 Business Route just north of Bloomington. The […
  11. Iguana among several pets rescued from Carmel house fire

    07.24 / 23:50 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    CARMEL, Ind. – The Carmel Fire Department rescued several pets from a house fire Sunday evening, including an iguana and a cat. Fire officials say the fire sparked at a home in the area of 136th Street and Towne Road. Thanks to a quick response and an aggressive knockdown, the damage to the structure was kept to a minimum, the department said in a Facebook post. Officials say the family was not at home during the i…
  12. Ball State preservation team nearly done sorting through 1,000-item David Letterman collection

    07.24 / 22:48 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    MUNCIE, Ind. – It’s taken nearly two years, but a large donation from David Letterman is getting closer to being fully preserved. The late night talk show host donated over a thousand items to Ball State University in 2015, which the school has been going through for the better part of a year. Letterman announced after his retirement that he was donating items from his career to his alma mater, but those materials didn’t begin arriving on campus until August…
  13. Thieves point gun at Indianapolis mother and toddler during west side home invasion

    07.24 / 22:48 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis mother and her toddler survived a scary home invasion Sunday. The armed robbery took place in broad daylight near 38th Street and High School Road on the city’s west side. It all started with a knock on the door. Holding onto her 1-year-old son, Claudia Hernandez found herself ambushed by three armed thieves in her doorway just before dinner time. “I just got freaked out. I didn’t want nothing to happen to my son,” said Hernandez. [……
  14. Officers cite 77 people on 133 charges during concerts at IMS

    07.24 / 22:48 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Indiana State Excise police officers made several arrests and issued lots of citations during the Brickyard 400 weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Officers cited or arrested 57 minors, 14 adults and six juveniles on 133 charges by Sunday night. Sixty-one summonses for illegal possession or consumption. Other charges included possession of false ID and misdemeanor marijuana possession charges. “Our objective during race weekends and other large…
  15. A break from the intense heat this week

    07.24 / 21:39 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    The work week began with sunny skies and lower humidity and we’ll see one more warm, dry day before our weather pattern changes. An approaching storm system will give us a chance for isolated t-storms Wednesday night and strong storms with heavy rain are likely through the day Thursday. The rain will come to an end Friday morning and cooler air will move in behind the cold front. Sunny skies will return  and temperatures will remain below average through the …
  16. City-County Councilors look to expand smoking ban to include parks

    07.24 / 21:39 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
      INDIANAPOLIS, Ind –A group of City-County councilors say they want to expand the smoking ban in Indianapolis and Marion County. This time the expansion would include all city and county parks.   Councilors plan to introduce the bi-partisan backed proposal Monday night. The current ban in place prohibits smoking in places like bars, restaurants, hotels, and workplaces. The new proposal would expand the ban to include any public park owned or leased by the city or county.   …
  17. Greenwood police asking for tips in vandalism cases

    07.24 / 21:39 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    GREENWOOD, Ind. – Greenwood police are hoping for tips in a string of recent vandalism cases, while also urging business owners to report any vandalism as soon as it is found on their property. Property damage done by vandals has become a recurring problem at The Suds drive-in in downtown Greenwood. Owner John Wagner says his diner has been targeted by vandals at least three times in just over a month. Surveillance video from a business next door may have […
  18. Lawrence Police ID victim in Sunday’s deadly apartment shooting

    07.24 / 21:39 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    LAWRENCE, Ind. — Lawrence Police have identified 33-year-old Mark Bailey as the man shot outside an apartment complex last night. Now, they’re searching for the man who killed him. Deputy Chief Gary Woodruff says witnesses saw an unknown man approach Bailey around 7:30 p.m. at the Maison Garden apartments, near 42nd and Post Road. Those witnesses say the gunman fired shots at Bailey, hitting him at least twice in the back before running away. Police say Woodruff died at the […
  19. Mother and toddler robbed at gunpoint during west side home invasion

    07.24 / 20:37 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — An Indianapolis mother and her toddler survive a scary home invasion. The armed robbery took place in broad daylight on Sunday near 38th street and High School Road on the city’s west side. It all started with a knock on the door.  Holding onto her one-year-old son, Claudia Hernandez found herself ambushed by three armed thieves at her apartment door just before dinner time on Sunday. “I just got freaked out.  I didn’t want nothing to happen [……
  20. Trump: Senate GOP needs to fulfill promise to end ‘Obamacare nightmare’

    07.24 / 20:37 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump unleashed a blistering critique of the Affordable Care Act at the White House on Monday and ratcheted up the pressure on Senate Republicans to keep their campaign promise to repeal and replace the law. Speaking on the eve of the Senate’s critical vote that could seal the fate of Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare, Trump drew on the stories of struggle of Americans who joined him at the White House to remind Republicans of their…