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  1. Indianapolis ready for Peyton Manning’s statue unveiling

    10.07 / 17:58 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – After a lot of anticipation, Peyton Manning will have his statue unveiled outside of Lucas Oil Stadium this afternoon in a ceremony that begins at 3 p.m. The schedule for speakers is as follows: Our own Chris Hagan will open the ceremony at 3 p.m. He will start the ceremony with a brief welcome and introduce the impressive roster of speakers. Joe Hogsett Mitch Daniels Bill Polian Tony Dungy Jeff Saturday Roger Goodell A Special Guest Jim…
  2. Police in Denmark find head, other body parts in submarine case

    10.07 / 17:58 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Danish divers found the decapitated head, legs and clothes of a Swedish journalist who was killed after going on a trip with an inventor on his submarine, police said Saturday. The body parts and clothing were found Friday in plastic bags with a knife and “heavy metal pieces” to make them sink near where the 30-year-old Wall’s naked headless torso was found in August, Copenhagen police investigator Jens Moeller Jensen said. Moeller Jensen said there w…
  3. Indiana Excise Police wrongly cites retailers for cannabis extract after moratorium

    10.07 / 17:58 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Indiana Excise Police have continued citing retailers selling a cannabis extract after saying they’d stop confiscating the product. The state’s Alcohol and Tobacco Commission announced the moratorium on cannabidiol confiscations Aug. 12, The Indianapolis Star reported . Records show that excise police have cited at least two stores for potential violations for selling the product. Lawmakers passed legislation in April allowing certain patients with tre…
  4. Man convicted in California pot farm murder dies in Indiana

    10.07 / 14:29 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — A man who was serving a life sentence for killing a worker at his California marijuana farm has died following an apparent suicide attempt at a federal prison in Indiana. The Bureau of Prisons says 35-year-old Mikal Xylon Wilde was found unresponsive Sept. 22 in his cell in Terre Haute, Indiana. Vigo County Coroner Susan Amos says Wilde apparently hanged himself in his cell. He was pronounced dead Sept. 26 at a local hospital. The Kneeland, […
  5. Garth Brooks visits Riley Hospital to help open new outdoor play space

    10.07 / 14:29 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Garth Brooks is not in town just for his five concerts, the country music star also helped brighten the spirits of children Friday at Riley Hospital. Brooks and his team with the Kids Foundation helped open a state-of-the-art play space at the hospital. “It’s how thankful you are that your children are healthy, but if your children face that challenge, how thankful we are to have someone like Riley here for your children. We’re all very lucky,” [……
  6. Bowe Bergdahl expected to plead guilty to desertion, misbehavior

    10.07 / 14:29 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was held captive by the Taliban for half a decade after abandoning his Afghanistan post, is expected to plead guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, two individuals with knowledge of the case said. Bergdahl’s decision to plead guilty rather than face trial marks another twist in an eight-year drama that caused the nation to wrestle with difficult questions of loyalty, negotiating with hostage takers and America’s c…
  7. Court: Movie theaters must accommodate deaf-blind patrons

    10.07 / 12:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    Federal disability law requires movie theaters to provide specialized interpreters to patrons who are deaf and blind, an appeals court said Friday. The Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Cinemark, the nation’s third-largest movie chain, in a case involving a Pennsylvania man who wanted to see the 2014 movie “Gone Girl” and asked a Cinemark theater in Pittsburgh to supply a “tactile interpreter.” The theater denied his request.…
  8. In book, Ivana Trump relives divorce from future president

    10.07 / 12:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    NEW YORK — A new book from Donald Trump’s first wife pulls back the curtain on a tumultuous period of the president’s life, including the messy divorce that was splashed across New York’s tabloids for weeks. Ivana Trump, who was married to the real estate magnate from 1977 to 1992, writes in “Raising Trump” that she knew her marriage was over soon after a day in December 1989. “This young blonde woman approached me out of the blue and said […
  9. Teacher reunites with her birth mother after 50-year search

    10.07 / 12:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    RICHMOND, Va. – A Virginia teacher has been reunited with her mother after 50 years, according to WTVR. Bonnie Davis has been searching for her biological family her entire life. Her mother was 15 when she gave birth to her in Louisville, Kentucky. Five weeks ago Davis made one last attempt to find her by submitting a DNA test to Ancestry.com. Three weeks later she heard back. “I got a text saying my DNA results were back,” Davis said. “It [R…
  10. Conservative group starts ads targeting Donnelly on tax plan

    10.07 / 12:23 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS — A conservative group backed by the conservative billionaire Koch (kohk) brothers is running Indiana television ads urging Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly to support a Republican tax overhaul plan. The Americans for Prosperity ads started airing Friday, with similar ads targeting Democratic senators in Wisconsin and Missouri. Group spokesman Lorenz Isidro says it is spending $1.9 million over three weeks in Indiana. The group says Donnelly should “not get in the way” …
  11. ‘Kindness rock’ leads to discovery of surveillance video showing man exposing himself

    10.07 / 06:27 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    KOKOMO, Ind.- Police are searching for a man accused of touching himself inappropriately near two young girls. On Sunday evening, anyone walking or driving by a Kokomo car lot could’ve witnessed the incident. Several surveillance cameras were recording the man’s every move. “I don’t think he just came for cars. He barely looked at the cars,” explains Sarah McCorkle, a relative of the victims. Footage shows two 11-year-old girls playing while a stranger pulls up in a SUV.  The man […]…
  12. Tropical Storm Nate is almost a hurricane

    10.07 / 06:27 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    The center of Tropical Storm Nate is located  500 miles SSE of the mouth of the Mississippi. Reports from Air Force Reserve and NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate that maximum sustained winds have increased to near 70 mph with higher gusts. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 125 miles primarily to the east of the center.   Nate is moving toward the north-northwest near 22 mph, and this general motion is expected to continue through late Saturday. A turn toward …
  13. Two arrested in Bartholomew County drug bust; residence believed to have ties to Aryan Brotherhood

    10.07 / 02:42 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind.– Police arrested two people after searching a home believed to be connected to drug dealing as well as the Aryan Brotherhood. Police say the investigation began after several complaints from community members about the unusual amount of traffic going in and out of the residence, located in the 4100 block of County Road 500 North. There were also multiple reports of shots fired around the location, as well as investigations of theft and burglary that led…
  14. Indiana court weighs challenge to execution drug selection

    10.07 / 02:42 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS  — The Indiana Supreme Court is considering whether state prison officials can change execution drugs without going through a public review. The justices heard arguments Thursday in the challenge by death row inmate Roy Lee Ward, who was convicted in the 2001 rape and murder of 15-year-old Stacy Payne in southern Indiana’s Spencer County. The state appeals court ruled in June that the Department of Correction didn’t follow proper procedures in selecting a new th…
  15. Feds say they thwarted NYC plot targeting concert venues, subways and Times Square

    10.07 / 02:42 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    NEW YORK — Three Islamic State group sympathizers plotted to cause bloodshed at New York City concert venues, subway stations and Times Square before U.S. agents thwarted the international terror plot, authorities said Friday. One of the defendants, Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, was arrested after traveling from Canada to New Jersey in May 2016 to stage the attacks, authorities said. The capture of the Canadian citizen came after an investigation using an undercover FBI agent posing as an I…
  16. AG directive protects religious objectors to LGBT rights

    10.07 / 02:42 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — In an order that undercuts protections for LGBT people, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a sweeping directive to agencies Friday to do as much as possible to accommodate those who say their religious freedoms are being violated. The guidance, an attempt to deliver on President Donald Trump’s pledge to his evangelical and other religious supporters, effectively lifts a burden from religious objectors to prove that their beliefs about marriage or other topics are s…
  17. Creating a statue fit for an NFL legend

    10.06 / 17:10 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.- The only thing Indianapolis artist Ryan Feeney will revel about the statue of Peyton Manning that he spent the last 18 months creating is that #18 is holding a football in it. Feeney said the secrecy around what the statue looks like is intentional. “If people found out where it is, then somebody comes over and takes a picture then social media gets ahold of it and it’s only half done,” Feeney said. Early in the creative process Ryan [̷…
  18. President Trump rolls back mandate that employers provide birth control

    10.06 / 17:10 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is allowing more employers to opt out of providing no-cost birth control to women by claiming religious or moral objections, issuing new rules Friday that take another step in rolling back the Obama health care law. The new policy is a long-expected revision to federal rules that require most companies to cover birth control as preventive care for women, at no additional cost. Preventive services are supposed to be free of charge to employees and […
  19. Indy’s Most Haunted: French Lick Springs Hotel haunted by former owner

    10.06 / 17:10 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    FRENCH LICK, Ind. – If you’re looking for some real haunts this year, take a trip down south to French Lick. Travel and Leisure magazine says the French Lick Springs Hotel is the most haunted place in Indiana. The hotel was built in 1845 and owned by Thomas Taggart. According to legend, he was so devoted to the hotel not even death could stop him from watching over its operations. Some say they have spotted his apparition roaming near the […
  20. Fresh off Fishers opening, Portillo’s plans to open restaurant on Indy’s south side

    10.06 / 17:10 cbs4indy.com Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Just one week after Portillo’s opened their first central Indiana location in Fishers, they’re already planning a second central Indiana location – this time on the south side of Indianapolis. Portillo’s wants to build a 9,037 square foot restaurant on 1.53 acres at the location of the old Don Pablo’s Mexican Kitchen on U.S. 31 just south of East Stop 11 Road, according to documents obtained from the Metropolitan Board of Zoning Appeals. They are seeking variances that […