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Carmel Clay Schools Extends School Day to Make Up For Time Missed
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. -- The school day for kids in Carmel is about to get a little bit longer. Carmel Clay Schools will add 10 minutes to each school day starting Tuesday, Feb. 19 to make up for classes missed due to bad weather, according to Current in Carmel.
Silver Alert declared in Indiana for missing elderly man from Corydon
CORYDON, Ind. (WDRB) -- A Silver Alert has been declared in southern Indiana for a missing Corydon man. The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department is looking for David L. Harden. The 79-year-old was last seen in Corydon Sunday night around 8 p.m. driving a red Chevrolet Venture minivan with Indiana li
Man fired shots during Carmel road rage incident, police say
CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) -- An Indianapolis man was arrested Friday morning in Carmel after police say a road rage incident ended with him firing shots at another car's tires. A 21-year-old man and a 56-year-old man, both of Indianapolis, were traveling southbound on Michigan Road around 8:45 a.m. Friday
Electricity back on for most after squirrel causes large power outage in Westfield
WESTFIELD, Ind. — A troublesome squirrel was behind a power outage affecting nearly 6,000 people in Westfield Sunday morning. According to Lew Middleton, communications manager with Duke Energy, a squirrel managed to “get into where he shouldn’t be” at a substation located in the Westfield area, kno
Chamber Unveils 'Best Places to Work'
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has released its list of the Best Places to Work in Indiana. This year's list features 125 companies throughout the state, including more than 40 that were not on the list last year.
Weather-Related Travel Advisory Issued For Parts Of Hamilton Co.
HAMILTON COUNTY, IN — The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department announced a yellow level Travel Advisory has been issued for unincorporated roads in Hamilton County Sunday morning until further notice. The sheriff's department said this is the lowest level of local travel advisory and means that rout
Fishers firm buys Joe's Crab Shack site in Clearwater with plans for new HQ
The former north-side Joe’s Crab Shack soon could undergo $1.6 million renovation from a Fishers-based real estate development firm considering the the building for its new headquarters.
CNO Financial posts fourth-quarter profit but full-year loss
Carmel-based insurance holding company CNO Financial Group Inc. saw sales and premium growth at all three of its business units last year, but a previously reported third-quarter transaction contributed to a full-year loss for the company.
4 Indiana residents arrested after Cass County drug bust
MASON TOWNSHIP (WKZO AM/FM) -- Several Indiana residents are facing charges after fleeing from officers in Elkhart and later barricading themselves at a home in Mason Township.
"Smiling" speeder arrested on the Indiana Toll Road
ELKHART COUNTY, Ind. (WNDU) --- Indiana State Police arrested a New Jersey woman after she led troopers on a chase that spanned almost 20 miles on the Indiana Toll Road. Around 3:50 p.m. Saturday, Trooper Matthew Henson spotted a Honda HR-V that was speeding west of the 105 mile-marker, near the Mid
UPDATE | Silver Alert cancelled in Indiana after elderly Corydon man found
CORYDON, Ind. (WDRB) -- A Silver Alert has been cancelled in southern Indiana, after a Corydon man was found. The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department had been looking for David L. Harden. The 79-year-old was last seen in Corydon Sunday night around 8 p.m. driving a red minivan.
Indiana School Bus Safety Bill passes Senate unanimously
The Indiana School Bus Safety bill has passed the Senate unanimously. Senate Bill 2 would increase the penalty for an individual who fails to stop when a school bus’s arm is extended. It would go from a Class A infraction to a Class C misdemeanor.
Crash on I-74 in Montgomery County kills 2 people, closes interstate
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ind. — Two people were killed in a crash that closed part of I-74 in Montgomery County Monday afternoon. According to Indiana State Police, the crash happened around 12:50 p.m. on I-74 eastbound near U.S. 231/exit 34. All eastbound lanes were closed.
Why legal CBD flower could still get you arrested in Indiana
The police officer pulled the cap off a bottle filled with clumps of a dried, green leafy substance. It looked like marijuana. It smelled like marijuana. But was it actually marijuana?
Aurora shooting victim previously worked, volunteered in Central Indiana
AURORA, Ill. (WTHR) – One of the victims killed in a workplace shooting in Illinois on Friday is being remembered by people who knew him in central Indiana. Clayton Parks was among five people shot and killed when a co-worker opened fire at Henry Pratt Company plant in Aurora.
Every Hoosier convicted of a felony could find themselves listed on new state website
INDIANAPOLIS — Every person convicted of a felony in Indiana since at least 2012, and going forward, soon may find their name publicly listed on a state website and forever associated with their crime on internet search engines.
Speedway Police looking for hit-and-run driver
SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Authorities are looking for a man who struck a fence and utility pole with his car before driving off. The Speedway Police Department said the vehicle appears to be a silver Chrysler with substantial front-end damage.
Truck drivers plan "Slow-Roll" on I-465 for Thursday
Terre Haute, IN - You may notice more truck drivers on I-70 Thursday, that's because truck drivers from all over will head to Indianapolis' I-465 as they prepare to put on a "slow roll" to bring attention to regulations that drivers say are unfair.
Off for Presidents Day? Get free admission at these Indy attractions
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – If you have Presidents Day off, you have some options around central Indiana. Many museums and businesses will open their doors for free!. Conner Prairie: Free admission; you can join Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and other presidents and first ladies for games and more.
Indianapolis Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Special Weather Statement for your area, beginning Sunday at 6:56 pm and ending Monday at 2:45 am. More info from the National Weather Service is available here.