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Female lion kills father of her cubs at Indianapolis Zoo
An adult female lion, Zuri, inflicted the injury on Nyack, a 10-year-old male lion, the zoo said Friday. Nyack died Monday morning in the outdoor yard before the zoo opened.
Songbook Foundation plans to sell donated Carmel estate
CARMEL, Ind. - A foundation dedicated to 20th century American music history plans to sell the suburban Indianapolis estate of the late billionaire Mel Simon that it was given. The Carmel-based Great American Songbook Foundation says an auction first is planned Nov. 17-18 of antique furniture, artwo
Police investigate officer-involved shooting on east side of Indianapolis
IMPD officers responded to a disturbance involving about 10 people near E. 30th Street and N. Post Road around 11 p.m. Thursday. As they arrived, two of the individuals involved in the disturbance separated from the group and began becoming belligerent toward officers, police said.
10 Things to Do This Weekend (Oct. 19-21)
Another weekend has arrived, and that means another chance to get out and enjoy activities all around the city. There's a lot of Halloween-themed entertainment to choose from for kids and adults, as well as several non-spooky events you shouldn't miss.And don't forgetIndy Pizza Week runs through Sun
Glühwein pyramid to make big debut at Carmel’s Christkindlmarkt
“To our knowledge it is the only one in the U.S.,” said Maria Murphy, market master. “There are other large pyramids, one in Texas in particular, but it doesn’t have the Glühwein base and it doesn’t function the same way that ours does.”
Carmel's Asherwood Estate going up for sale less than a year after Bren Simon donated it
The sale proceeds will stabilize the financial future of the Songbook Foundation, which is seeking a permanent home for its massive collection of memorabilia, sheet music, recordings and personal items, according to a news release from the foundation.
$120M downtown project includes convention center expansion, 2 new Indy hotels
Photo from Capital Improvement Board meeting on Oct. 19, 2018 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Indianapolis plans some new additions to the downtown area, including more convention center space and a pair of hotels. The plans, revealed at Friday's Capital Improvement Board meeting, call for an expansion of the
Carmel singer and vocal coach Blair Clark found not guilty in child seduction case
During the investigation, which began on April 27, 2017, an unidentified 17-year-old high school student told police that she no longer wanted to work at Clark's performance studio on Main Street. The girl was a vocal student and intern with Clark.
Police cite driver after bungee cord breaks, 6 vehicles crash on I-465
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A bungee cord holding a car's hood in place is what police say caused a six-vehicle crash on I-465 Wednesday. The crash caused all four westbound lanes of the interstate to close down for 6-1/2 hours near Allisonville Road in the Castleton area. Indiana State Police said it wan
Michigan delivery driver travels over 225 miles to deliver pizza to Indianapolis man in hospice
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - We often forget that time is life's most precious gift. But for the Morgan family, time has never been more important. "This is a good time for people to really put their arms around each other and squeeze them tightly," said David Dalke, whose son-in-law Rich is in a tough batt
'Larger than life' mural of Reggie Miller towers over downtown Indy
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- One of the greatest Pacers of all time now towers over downtown Indy for all to see. Artist Pamela Bliss is putting the finishing touches on her 60-foot mural of Hall of Famer, Reggie Miller. The mural is located on an office building at the southwest corner of Michigan and Del
Carmel-based foundation to sell 107-acre Asherwood estate
CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) — The Asherwood estate in Carmel is going up for sale.The Great American Songbook Foundation announced Thursday that it is laying the groundwork for the sale.Philanthropist Bren Simon donated the massive 107-acre property to support the foundation's mission of music education and
Carmel voice coach found not guilty of child seduction
CARMEL, Ind. -- A Hamilton County judge found Carmel voice coach Blair Clark not guilty of a child seduction charge Tuesday during a bench trial. According to Clark's attorney, Jim Crum, Judge David Najjar found there was not enough evidence to convict Blair Clark of the charge. Crum said the charg
1 person dead in east side hit-and-run
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — One person is dead following hit-and-run crash early Thursday morning on the city's east side.The wreck happened around 12:45 a.m. on East 10th Street, just west of Pleasant Run Parkway nearby the Hilltop Tavern.When police went out to investigate the crash, they saw a white SU
Michigan pizza shop worker makes 225-mile delivery for cancer patient in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Steve's Pizza in Battle Creek, Michigan, doesn't make deliveries. But the pizza place made one very heartfelt exception, with a compassionate worker making the three-hour-plus trip to Indianapolis to brighten the day for a family in crisis. Julie and Rich Morgan lived in Battle
Police fire shots on Indianapolis' east side
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Officer involved in east side shooting
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — Indianapolis Metro Police are investigating after an officer involved shooting.It happened on the east side near 16th and Mitthoeffer.It is not yet clear if the officer was injured or the suspect.
Police: Woman stole from Target, then bit and urinated on employees
FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) -- An Indianapolis woman has been arrested after a bizarre ordeal at a Target in Fishers.According to the Fishers Police Department, Aimee Gross tried to take merchandise from the store.Police say she then bit and urinated on loss prevention employees while trying to escape arre
Robber claims cocaine, friends go free
Zionsville Police running routine license plate checks stopped a stolen car on the interstate and were rewarded by finding 49 grams of cocaine, according to court records.The nearly two ounces of cocaine was in the form of powder in bags and 30 pills in an unmarked container, Zionsville Police Sgt.
1 killed, 1 injured in northwest-side apartment shooting, Indianapolis police say
Gun violence and its effect on children is a major concern, especially after the deaths of 17 students and adults in a shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla., in February 2018.Dwight Adams/IndyStar