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Dog found badly burned in Shelby County continues to make progress
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (WTHR) - The Shelby County Animal Shelter says a dog found badly burned is making considerable progress in his recovery.The dog named Justice is now eating and enjoys walks in the Shelby County clinic.Justice was found last weekend wandering in Shelby County.Monday afternoon, the v
Shelbyville Photographer Defends Baby Photo With Fake BB Gun
SHELBYVILLE, Ind.– An Indiana photographer who took and posted a picture of a baby with a small, fake BB gun as a tribute to the holiday classic "A Christmas Story" is getting a lot of attention after some people on social media called the photo inappropriate.
Edinburgh man arrested after home break-in
The homeowner told Weisner that he had also heard noises in an upstairs bedroom at the home, deputies said. When checking the bedroom, deputies found Jose M. Irizarry Rivera, 34, of 509 S. Pleasant St., Edinburgh, asleep on the floor.
Woman whose 8-year-old son allegedly made 'hit list' speaks out, says she's not sure he understood implications
TAYLORSVILLE, Ind. - Nearly a week after a Taylorsville Elementary School student is suspended for making a supposed hit list of classmates, his mother says there's more to the story. The Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department says the 8-year-old student shared the list with another student on the
Car slams into entrance of CVS on southeast side
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Authorities are at the scene of a car into a CVS on the southeast side. At around 4:15 p.m., authorities were dispatched to the CVS, located at Thompson Rd. and Arlington Ave., on the report of a vehicle into a building. A woman reportedly drove into the entrance of the store. S
Restaurant inspections – Nov. 16
Poisonous or toxic materials shall be stored so they cannot contaminate food, equipment, linens, and single-use service items. Bottles of cleaning agents stored next to plastic wrap on the shelf under point of sale. A bottle of cleaning agent was stored next to single-service items in cabinet under
Police, Fire – November 15
Ossip Optometry, parking lot, 980 Averitt Road: At least two people reported at 8:01 a.m. Tuesday that someone went through their vehicles and stole multiple items.
Local Police, Fire – November 15
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following information is summarized from the records of city, county and state police, fire and hospital agencies.
Franklin dentist offering free dental services
Patients can get free dental work done from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 1 at Cedar Lane Family Dentistry, 850 Cedar Lane, Franklin.
Daviess Co. Economic Development Names Director
In his previous role, Niehoff was responsible for overseeing community development and related long-range projects in Shelbyville, and regularly partnered with the Shelby County Development Corp. and the Blue River Community Foundation in economic development and quality of life initiatives. He also
Ice storm makes Indianapolis-area road hazardous, closes some schools
Indianapolis Public Schools, which tends to stay open when snowfall shuts suburban districts, closed on Thursday because of icy roads. Carmel-Clay and Hamilton Southeastern are among the large school districts that have also closed.
Here's why police think a photo of a knife might help them solve the Burger Chef murders
Ruth Shelton, Daniel Davis, Mark Flemmonds and Jayne Friedt were abducted from a Burger Chef restaurant in Speedway Nov. 17, 1978. Their bodies were found two days later in rural Johnson County.Diana Penner/IndyStar, Indianapolis Star
Sister of woman killed in 1978 Burger Chef murders holds out hope police will solve case
SPEEDWAY, Ind. -- Theresa Jefferies can't remember the last conversation she had with her older sister Ruth Shelton on Nov. 17, 1978, but she can't forget the sound of her voice. "I recall her voice from that day because as she was rushing to get ready for work after school, she ran through and said
Shelter offering reward for information about dog with severe chemical burns
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - The Shelby County Animal Shelter announced a $5,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in a suspected animal abuse case that prompted hundreds of shares on social media. A severely injured dog was found wandering the streets last week in Shelby County, about 1
Gunfire in south side parking lot leaves 1 man dead
INDIANAPOLIS - A man is dead following a shooting that happened late Tuesday on the city's south side. Just before midnight IMPD officers were called to the 4100 block of El Lago Boulevard at Stone Lake Apartments on a report of a person shot. When they arrived they found an adult male with at least
Police incident, jail bookings
Any Time Fitness, parking lot, 1168 N. Main St: Two women reported at 1:17 p.m. Monday that their vehicles were broken into and their purses were stolen.
Indiana: 15 Public Officials Arrested On Corruption-Related Charges
In what many believe to be going on all across the nation, US attorney Josh Minkler announced that 15 people had been arrested and charged in a corruption investigation conducted by the State Board of Accounts and the FBI, Indiana State Police and several county prosecutors.Though the announcement w
State police SWAT, aviation teams moving to Greenwood
Several aircrafts — from SWAT helicopters to jets — will be housed at the hangar, located south of the main hangar on the airport’s property off County Line Road and Emerson Avenue. The 12,000 square-foot hangar, which the city has agreed to build as part of a long-term lease agreement with ISP, wil
4 people shot in residential neighborhood on west side of Indianapolis
File imageINDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Four people were shot at a west side home Tuesday night.The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said around 8 p.m. that it happened in the 2000 block of Blue Pine Lane, which is in the Cameron Meadows neighborhood.Officers were not able to provide conditions or
Crissy’s Journey: The ups and downs of getting sober
ANDERSON, Ind. - Crissy Brault is a 31-year-old woman from southern Indiana who is trying to kick heroin and meth; she is also HIV positive and a mother of three children, none of whom are in her custody. And Brault is currently facing several criminal charges including car theft.